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Housing Resources

Rancho Cucamonga has been ranked as one of the 50 best places to live in the United States and is one of Southern California’s most popular, family-oriented communities. Through our partnerships with non-profit housing corporations, we provide a variety of reduced-rate rental housing opportunities for individual, families and seniors.

Rental Housing Assistance

Please Note: These housing communities are not Project Based Section 8 housing.

Evergreen Apartments

10730 Church Ave.
Ph: (909) 505-1633

Las Casitas Apartments

9775 Main St.
Ph: (909) 481-8807

Monterey Village Apartments

10244 Arrow Rt.
Ph: (909) 980-7235

Mountainside Apartments

9181 Timberline Ln.
Ph: (909) 989-9363

Pepperwood Apartments

9055 Foothill Blvd.
Ph: (909) 980-2447

Terra Vista Apartments

10935 Terra Vista Pkwy.
Ph: (909) 332-2863

Rancho Verde Village

8837 Grove Ave.
Ph: (909) 981-8121

San Sevaine Villas

13233 Foothill Blvd.
Ph:(909) 922-5034

Sunset Heights Apartments

6230 Haven Ave.
Ph: (909) 980-3106

Sycamore Springs Apartments

7127 Archibald Ave.
Ph: (909) 989-7866

Villa Del Norte Apartments

9901 Feron Blvd.
Ph: (909) 481-8807

Villaggio on Route 66

10220 Foothill Blvd.
Ph: (909) 466-6250

Senior Rental Housing Assistance

Please note: These housing communities are not Project Based Section 8 housing.

Day Creek Villas

12250 Fire House Court
Ph: (909) 646-4544

Heritage Pointe Apartments

8590 Malvern Ave.
Ph: (909) 948-7579

Olen Jones Apartment Community

7125 Amethyst Ave.
Ph: (909) 373-8555

Villa Pacifica Apartments

9609 Base Line Rd.
Ph: (909) 483-1534

Villa Pacifica II Apartments

7418 Archibald Ave. Ph: (909) 297-3191

Programs and Services

The Housing Rehabilitation Program (HRP) provides financial assistance to low and moderate-income residents who are owner-occupants of a single-family or mobile home within the city limits of the City of Rancho Cucamonga.

Financial assistance is to be used to make home improvements that eliminate blight, are necessary for the functioning of the home, and to correct building and health code violations. Examples of eligible repairs include: window replacement, roof repairs, repair/replace plumbing, pest control, correction of code violation, and accessibility improvements for the disabled.  

There are three different types of Home Rehabilitation Programs:

1. Emergency Repair Program (ERP) provides a grant of up to $5,000 for the emergency home repairs. In the event the applicant’s emergency needs exceed the grant limit, the City also offers a Minor Home Repair Program (MHRP) or a Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (HRLP).

2. Minor Home Repair Program (MHRP) provides a grant of up to $15,000 for the minor home repairs. Applicants assisted under the Emergency Repair Program (ERP), shall only be eligible for the difference of the $15,000 maximum and what was spent on their home through the ERP. The MHRP grant is available to eligible homeowners once every (5) years. In the event the applicant’s need exceeds the grant limit, the City also offers a Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (HRLP).

3. Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (HRLP) provides a grant of up to $15,000 for eligible improvements. If homeowners need addition funds, an additional loan program is available with a minimum of $5,000 and maximum of $20,000 for a potential combined funding amount of $35,000 for eligible improvements. Applicants assisted under the Emergency Repair Program (ERP), shall only be eligible for the difference of the $15,000 maximum and what was spent on their home through the ERP. The HRLP is available to eligible homeowners once every (5) years.


In order to participate, GROSS household income may not exceed those listed in table below. Household GROSS income includes all income from all household members living in the property to be repaired.

2023 CDBG Income Limits
Household Size  80% of Area Median Income
1 $52,200
2 $59,650
3 $67,100
4 $74,550
5 $80,550
6 $86,500
7 $92,450
8 $98,450

Effective May 15, 2023 for the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA MSA

 Please use the login credentials below to access the online application.

 - Username:

 - Password: Grants1!


Home Rehabilitation Program Application

Renovate Right Brochure - English   

Renovate Right Brochure - Spanish 


Established in 1941, the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB) is the largest provider of affordable housing, serving nearly 30,000 individuals and families, throughout the County of San Bernardino. As a public agency, HACSB is tasked to address the local housing needs throughout the County; therefore, HACSB works aggressively with various community partners and local government officials to acquire, build, and manage more high quality housing.

There are several programs administered by the Housing Authority that include:

For more information Click Here

Foothill Family Shelter is a nonprofit organization founded in 1984 which houses homeless adults and children for a period of up to 120 days, free of rent and utility charges. We also provide one-year transitional housing as well as extended housing. The Foothill Family Shelter began as St. Mark's Homeless Shelter and currently serves as a transitional facility for homeless adults and children from the west end of San Bernardino County and the east end of Los Angeles County.

For more information Click Here

Inland Valley Hope Partners brings together faith communities, businesses, individuals, and community groups, and ensures the empowerment of people in need by providing food, shelter, and supportive services.  IVHP provides emergency food supplies and housing assistance to residents of the Inland Valley Region. 

For more information Click Here

Family Service Association is a non-profit committed to making a difference in our communities. FSA offers a number of invaluable resources like preschool and childcare centers that educate young children, Senior Nutrition and Mobile Fresh departments that put healthy meals on the table, mental health programs and community centers that look after the general well-being of the region's residents. These services positively impact the lives of others on a daily basis.

For more information on Family Service Association visit the FSA website.

Visit James L. Brulte Senior Center for more information on Senior Nutrition or call 1-909-477-2780.


House of Ruth has been providing life-saving domestic violence services for residents of eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties since 1977. Participation in House of Ruth programming is open to all battered women, men, and their children. All of House of Ruth’s programs are free of charge. There is no discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, age, language, disability, religion, national origin, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

For more information Click Here


The City of Rancho Cucamonga City Council has found and determined that mobile home parks within the City are an important supply of housing for senior citizens and low and moderate income persons and families. It has been determined it is necessary and proper for the protection of the health, safety and welfare of the citizens to regulate certain aspects of the tenant/landlord relationship and other conditions within mobile home parks.  Therefore, the City of Rancho Cucamonga has established a program of contractual obligations, known as the Mobile Home Park Accord, with owners of privately held mobile home parks within the City.

For a copy of the Mobile Home Park Accord, please Click Here

Addressing homelessness in San Bernardino County poses many unique challenges, including geographical barriers.  Solutions require a multifaceted and individualized approach to connect residents to housing and provide the necessary support for ongoing success.

Rancho Cucamonga participates with other cities in the county in multi-jurisdictional strategies to address, reduce, and prevent homelessness. The City does this, as part of its Healthy RC and Public Safety functions, even though the City has one of the lowest homeless populations in the entire county. The link below provides the data from the County of San Bernardino on the major areas that account for over 75% of the homeless population in the County.


Housing Reports

2020-2024 Consolidated Plan

The City of Rancho Cucamonga has prepared the 2020 thru 2024 Consolidated Plan (Plan) as required to receive Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The Consolidated Plan provides the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) with a comprehensive assessment of the City’s housing and community development needs and outlines the City’s priorities, objectives and strategies for the investment of CDBG funds to address these needs over the next five years, beginning July 1, 2020 and ending June 30, 2025.

DRAFT 2023-2024 CDBG Annual Action Plan

The 2023 thru 2024 Action Plan is the third of five annual plans implementing the 2020 thru 2024 Consolidated Plan Strategic Plan goals via the investment of annual allocations of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from HUD. The Action Plan identifies available resources, annual goals, projects, and activities for the period beginning July 1, 2023 and ending June 30, 2024.

Draft 2022-2023 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)

Each year a CAPER is prepared for submission to HUD that summarizes the previous Program Year's accomplishments and illustrates how effectively the City is using its CDBG funding. The report is required within 90 days of the completion of the program year, and is subject to a public comment period. The CAPER shows the City's progress in meeting the goals set forth in the Consolidated Plan as well as the previous year's Annual Action Plan. The CAPER is a great way for the City to evaluate the effectiveness of CDBG programs and projects towards meeting the needs of the community.

Housing Successor Annual Report

This Housing Successor Annual Report regarding Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund (LMIHAF) has been prepared pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 34176.1(f) and is dated as of December 31, 2022. The report sets forth certain details of the City of Rancho Cucamonga Housing Successor activities during Fiscal Year 2021/2022.

Reduced-Rate Units

The City's commitment to providing affordable housing has resulted in the construction and acquisition of more than 1,000 Reduced Rate Units.

News and Announcements

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Public Notices

Notice of Public Hearing City Council Meeting April 17, 2024

Pursuant to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations, the City of Rancho Cucamonga (City) has prepared the draft Action Plan for the 2024 - 2025 Program Year. The Action Plan is the City’s application to HUD for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The draft Action Plan outlines the projects and programs to be undertaken during the 2024 - 2025 Program Year using CDBG funds to address the priority needs and goals noted in the City’s 2020 - 2024 Consolidated Plan.

Do you have any comments? Questions? Concerns? You are invited to attend a public hearing to be held by the City of Rancho Cucamonga on Wednesday, April 17, 2024, at 7 p.m. to provide public comment.

If you are unable to attend the public hearing, written comments can be forwarded to the Planning Department at 10500 Civic Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730. Additionally, a copy of the draft 2024 - 2025 Action Plan will be available for public review and comment from March 15, 2024, to April 17, 2024. To view the Action Plan, please click on the heading above.

Aviso de Audiencia Publica Reunion del Ayuntamiento 17 de abril de 2024

De conformidad con las regulaciones del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de los Estados Unidos (HUD, por sus siglas en ingles), la ciudad de Rancho Cucamonga (Ciudad) ha preparado el borrador del Plan de Acción para el año del programa 2024-2025. El Plan de Acción es la solicitud de la Ciudad a HUD para los fondos de Subsidios Globales para el Desarrollo Comunitario (CDBG, por sus siglas en ingles). El borrador del Plan de Acción describe los proyectos y programas que se llevarán a cabo durante el Año del Programa 2024 - 2025 utilizando fondos CDBG para abordar las necesidades y objetivos prioritarios señalados en el Plan Consolidado 2020 - 2024 de la Ciudad.

Está invitado a participar en una audiencia pública que tendrá lugar en la ciudad de Rancho Cucamonga el miércoles 17 de abril de 2024 a las 7 p.m. para proporcionar comentarios públicos. Los detalles específicos sobre cómo participar, que pueden incluir teleconferencias, videoconferencias u otra opción equivalente, se incluirán en la Agenda del Ayuntamiento publicada. Para ver el Plan de Acción Anual, haga clic en el encabezado de arriba..