The Housing Authority’s Agency Plan is a five-year plan that outlines policies and programs the Housing Authority currently has in effect to address housing needs. It basically allows the public to see in one place exactly what the policies are and to look up policy and program information in areas of specific interest. Development of the plan was required under the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act, the first major housing legislation passed by Congress in the last five years .
Download Agency Plans by clicking on the corresponding link.
County of Santa Cruz 2019 Agency Plan Documents – DRAFT
Overview of Proposed Modifications to Agency Plan
Santa Cruz Agency 5-Year Plan
Santa Cruz Agency Annual Plan
Santa Cruz Capital Fund
Capital Fund Annual Statement/Performance and Evaluation Report
Section 8 Administrative Plan
Public Housing Admissions and (Continued) Occupancy Policy
Plan Element 1 – Eligibility, Selection and Admission, including Deconcentration and Wait List Procedures.
Plan Element 2 – Financial Resources
Plan Element 3 – Rent Determination
Plan Element 4 – Operation and Management
Plan Element 5 – Grievance Procedures
Plan Element 6 – Designated Housing for Elderly and Disabled Families
Plan Element 7 – Community Service and Self-Sufficiency
Plan Element 8 – Safety and Crime Prevention
Plan Element 9 – Pets
Plan Element 10 – Civil Rights Certification
Plan Element 11 – Financial Statements and Fiscal Year Audit
Plan Element 12 – Asset Management
Plan Element 13 – Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
Section 8 Administrative Plan – Addendum – Code of Conduct
Forms are provided for download in PDF format on the Internet. PDF is a standard file format. Free PDF file Acrobat software is available to read these files from Adobe. If you are unable to download or to use this reader, please visit our office to obtain paper copies of the forms. For application forms for other programs please call our office.
The Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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