Housing Program

Housing Authority Reports
Pursuant to California Health and Safety Code (“HSC”) Section 34328, the Stanton Housing Authority (“Authority”) is required to annually file with the city clerk of the City of Stanton and with the Department of Housing and Community Development (“HCD”) a report (“Annual Report”) of its activities for the preceding fiscal year.  To access the Housing Authority’s Annual Report for the 2016-2017 Fiscal Year, click on the link below.

2016-2017 Stanton Housing Authority Annual Report

Housing Improvement Rehab Program

The City of Stanton is now providing financial assistance to qualified homeowners for improvements to their properties.

Beginning July 2, 2018, the City of Stanton will be offering financial assistance to income-qualified households for rehabilitation of their owner–occupied single family homes, townhomes or condominiums.  The program is intended to assist in making the necessary exterior repairs, improve the aesthetics of the residence, and help beautify the neighborhood by providing the funding to repair or eliminate health and safety issues in residential properties, and to provide assistance for disabled persons in making their homes more accessible. 

Type of Assistance – This rebate program provides matching funds of up to $5,000 to qualified low to moderate-income homeowners. Qualified properties must be owner-occupied single-family homes, condominiums or townhomes in need of exterior aesthetic improvements. All homes must have blighted conditions to qualify. 

Eligible improvements – Eligible improvements include needed exterior home improvements that are visible from the public right-of-way (street, alley, etc.) as follows:

Exterior Improvements may include, but are not limited to:

  • Paint, stucco and siding repairs
  • Replacement of windows and doors
  • Repair/installation of fencing as allowed by Municipal and Building Codes
  • Roofing repairs or replacement
  • Installation of landscaping and irrigation
  • Energy efficient items, water heaters, furnaces, low flush toilets
  • Solar panels
  • Other exterior improvements and minor interior health and safety improvements as approved by the Authority

Owner Eligibility Requirements – The property owner must be a low to moderate-income homeowner whose household income does not exceed 120% of the Area Median Income, adjusted for family size. 

The limits as reported annually by the Department of Housing and Community Development and published yearly as the State Income Limits for Orange County, California are provided in the following table:

2018 Income Limits

FY 2018 Income Limit Category

Number of People in Household

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Extremely Low Income

$23,000

$26,250

$29,550

$32,800

$35,450

$38,050

$40,700

$43,300

Very Low Income

(50% MAI)

$38,300

$43,750

$49,200

$54,650

$59,050

$63,400

$67,800

$72,150

Low Income (80%)

$61,250

$70,000

$78,750

$87,450

$94,450

$101,450

$108,450

$115,450

 

Property Eligibility Requirements – The Authority offers assistance for single-family residences, condominiums or townhomes which are owner occupied. 

Application Process – To apply for the program, please download the following forms and submit to the Housing Division:

Housing Rehabilitation Program Application

Housing Rehabilitation Program Documentation Checklist

Contract for Construction between Owner and Contractor

Housing Rehabilitation Program Information

For more information, contact Rose Rivera, Associate Planner, at rrivera@ci.stanton.ca.us or (714) 890–4228.

Affordable Housing
The City of Stanton maintains a listing of affordable housing units constructed in the city. The projects were financed through a variety of sources, and included funding from the City of Stanton and/or the Stanton Redevelopment Agency. As a condition of funding, owners of such developments entered into a commitment to keep rents affordable in a specified number of rental units within each property.

For more information visit the County of Orange Housing Authority.