The San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) helps families with lower incomes in the City of San Diego obtain housing that they can afford.
More than 15,000 households receive help to pay their rent through the Federal Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance program administered by SDHC.
As a housing developer, investor and lender, SDHC also has produced more than 17,000 affordable rental housing units since 1981 through partnership developments and acquisitions.
In addition, SDHC, including its nonprofit affiliate Housing Development Partners (HDP), owns and/or manages more than 3,500 affordable rental housing units.
And more than 4,600 families have achieved the dream of homeownership with help from SDHC’s First-Time Homebuyer Program.
City of San Diego Consolidated Plan 2020-2024 Community Survey
(Survey Closes August 31, 2018)
The City of San Diego (City) invites the public to provide feedback anonymously through a survey to assist with the development of the City’s Consolidated Plan.
To complete the survey – CLICK HERE.
The City’s Consolidated Plan is created every five years and assists the City in determining community needs. The Consolidated Plan’s planning process serves as the framework for a community-wide dialogue to identify housing, economic, and community development priorities.
For more information about the Consolidated Plan, please visit the City’s website.