2014 SDHC News Releases



December 2, 2014

City Seeks Proposals for Year-Round, Permanent Indoor Facility to Replace the Winter Tents for Homeless Adults

November 12, 2014

Housing First–San Diego will Impact the Lives of up to 1,500 Homeless San Diegans by Creating Affordable Housing with Supportive Services

November 1, 2014

City’s Single Adult Emergency Winter Shelter Opens Utilizing Enhanced Referral System to Screen and Serve the Most Vulnerable Homeless Individuals; Nightly Lottery Discontinued

October 30, 2014

San Diego Housing Commission Marks 35th Anniversary, Recognizing California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins for Her Leadership in Affordable Housing and Ending Homelessness

October 28, 2014

Planning Group Chair Appointed to SDHC Board of Commissioners, SDHC Commissioner Ben Moraga is Reappointed

October 28, 2014

San Diego Housing Commission Hires Accounting, Finance And Real Estate Executive Leslie R. Levinson As Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

August 15, 2014

San Diego Housing Commission Partnership Development–Independence Point Will Provide Affordable Housing for Families with Special Needs

July 18, 2014

Effort to help Chronically Homeless Veterans accelerates with 177 additional Federal Housing Vouchers for the San Diego Housing Commission   

June 30, 2014

More than 700 homeless San Diegans obtained permanent or longer-term housing with help from the City of San Diego’s Emergency Winter Shelters

May 27, 2014

San Diego Housing Commission Releases Online 2013 Annual Report & Portfolio  

May 1, 2014

SDHC Partnership – Alpha Square will bring 201 Affordable Housing Units to Downtown San Diego in a Transit-Oriented, Mixed Use Development

April 14, 2014

Connections Housing Downtown Marks One Year of Collaboration in Addressing Homelessness with Successful “Housing First” Model

February 27, 2014

San Diego Housing Commission Property to serve as New Home for Storage Center that Helps Keep Homeless San Diegans’ Belongings Off the Streets

February 25, 2014

New Affordable Apartments in Black Mountain Ranch Provide Low-Income Families with more Neighborhood Choices, Development made possible through Public-Private Partnership

February 10, 2014

SDHC Board Chair and Vice Chair Reappointed to New Terms; Two Affordable Housing Residents Appointed to Join Board

January 23, 2014

Homeless Single Male Adults Over The Age of 40 Made Up Most Of The San Diegans Helped At The 8th Project Homeless Connect – Downtown

January 8, 2014

Extremely Strong Overall Management’ and ‘Very Strong Financial Profile’ cited as rating agency affirms San Diego Housing Commission’s ‘AA’ Credit Rating