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Finding Affordable Housing Units in Fullerton

The City of Fullerton and the Successor Agency to the former Fullerton Redevelopment Agency have provided financial assistance to facilitate the development of rent-restricted housing throughout the City. The City has agreements with the owners of these locations, which restrict the rents to amounts below regular market rental rates. Households must meet specified income requirements, which may vary from development to development. Typical income requirements are listed in the table below. Interested applicants may contact on-site property management regarding vacancies within the development.

Current Income Guidelines - Orange County, CA

Based on HUD Data Published December 18, 2013
and State of California Guidelines Published

Family Size 30% of Median 50% of Median 80% of Median
1 $19,000

$31,650

$50,600

2

$21,700

$36,150

$57,800

3

$24,400

$40,650

$65,050

4

$27,100

$45,150

$72,250

5

$29,300

$48,800

$78,050

6

$31,450

$52,400

$83,850

7

$33,650

$56,000

$89,600

8

$35,800

$59,600

$95,400

These affordable housing developments are for families, seniors, and the handicapped. Some of the locations contain units which are set aside for low-income households while others accommodate low-income households only. A phone number and a contact person have been provided to obtain information on rent rates and estimated move-in dates.

If there are any questions, please contact the City's Housing office at (714) 738-6874 for additional information.

For more information regarding affordable housing in other Orange County cities, click here for Orange County Housing Authority's Rental Assistance/Affordable Housing page or call the Orange County Housing Authority (714) 480-2700.

NAME ADDRESS TYPE OF UNIT UNITS PHONE NUMBER BEDROOM SIZE/ INCOME LIMIT
Allen Hotel Apts. 410 S. Harbor Blvd. Family 16 (714) 783-5408 50% of Median or below
Amerige Villa Apts. 343 W. Amerige Senior 100 (714) 879-4790 1 Bedroom units; 30% of income; SECTION 8
Casa Maria Del Rio 2130 E. Chapman Ave. Disabled 24 (714) 680-8815 Four 2-Bedrooms and 21 1-Bedroom units; 30% of median income or below
Courtyard Apts. 4119-4127 W. Valencia Family 108 (714) 992-0905 2-4 Bedroom Units; 60% of median or below
East Fullerton Villas 2120-2190 E. Chapman Family 27 (714) 578-0400 2-4 Bedrooms; 50% to 80% of median or below
Franklin Gardens Apt. Homes 3810-3850 Franklin Ave. and 418-430 Olin Family 11 (714) 447-8776 1-2 Bedrooms; 50% to 80% of median or below
Fullerton City Lights (SRO) 224-228 E. Commonwealth Single 137 (714) 525-4751 All Studios; (Includes Utilities & Furnishings); 30% -60% of median
CCBHC Garnet Housing "A" 3012-3024 Garnet Ln; and 1512-1518 Placentia Family 20 (714) 835-0406 2 Bedroom units; 50% of median or below
Garnet Lane Apts. “B”
(La Habra Neighborhood)
3125-3149 Garnet Family 18 (714) 524-6671 2 Bedrooms; 60% of median or below
Harbor View Terrace Apts. 2305 N. Harbor Blvd. Disabled 25 (800) 466-7722 1-2 Bedrooms; 30% of median or below
Klimpel Manor Apts. 229 E. Amerige Senior (62 yrs) 59 (714) 680-6300 1 Bedroom units; 35%-45% of median or below
Las Palmas Apartments 229 E. Amerige Ave. Family 52 (714) 870-4567 1-2 Bedrooms
North Hills Apts. 570 E. Imperial Hwy. Family 204 (714) 870-1911 2 Bedroom Units; Minimum Income: $1,800 per month; 100% CTCAC
Palm Garden Apts. 400 W. Orangethorpe 83 1-bdrm

141 2-bdrm

224 (714) 526-1080 1-2 Bedrooms; 60% of median or below
Richman Court Apts. 466 W. Valencia Dr. Family 16 (714) 289-7600 1 Bedroom units; 50% of median or below
Richman Park Apts. I (CCBHC) 436-442 W. Valencia Dr. Family 8 (714) 835-0406 2 Bedroom Units; 50% of median or below
Richman Park Apts. II (CCBHC) 461 West Ave. Family 4 (714) 835-0406 2 Bedroom Units; 50% of median or below
Roberta Apartments 2320-2322 Roberta Ave. Family 16 (714) 289-7600 1-2 Bedrooms; 50% of median or below

Access the Notice of Funding Availability for Affordable Housing (NOFA) submissions and Proposal Scores and Ranking.

Notice of Affordable Restrictions on Transfer of Property

The Successor Agency to the former Fullerton Redevelopment Agency is continuing to actively work on developing affordable housing units and ensuring that these units remain reserved for low-income families and individuals. View a list of redevelopment-funded affordable housing units.


 

Fair Housing Foundation - Free Services Available!

Are you experiencing discrimination in housing? Do you have a disagreement with your landlord ... or with a tenant? The Fair Housing Foundation may be able to help you. Click here for a flyer describing the Fair Housing Foundation services and contact information.

 

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