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|Development and Resource Management Administration|
2600 Fresno St
Fresno, CA 93721
WHAT'S NEW IN HOUSING?
Notice of funding availability and application for City of Fresno FY 2016/2017 Community Development Grant Fund
City of Fresno - Community Development Application for Funding
Notice of funding availability and application for Emergency Solutions Grant Program Funding FY 2017
Letter of Interest for Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA)
Analysis of Impediments
2016 Fair Housing Preliminary Findings Presentation
To Fill Out the Survey, Please Click on the Link Below:
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
Notice of Funding Availability and Application for City of Fresno 2016 Homeless Outreach and Assessment
The Housing and Community Development Division offers programs and services that provide affordable housing opportunities. We administer a variety of programs for housing, finance funded by federal, state, and local sources. We strive to enhance affordable living, neighborhood livability, good appearance of the community, and to safeguard life, health and property.
The various housing programs and projects help build a positive City image, beautify neighborhoods, create a livable downtown, and generate investment interest in Fresno’s housing market.
Housing and Community Development Division staff has extensive housing experience and is well versed in the various housing program regulations and project activities. Division staff are available to provide Fresno City residents interested in housing programs and projects, with helpful, informative, and courteous customer service.
First-Time Homebuyer Program
The City of Fresno is accepting homebuyer loan packages from participating lenders for the First-Time Homebuyer Program at this time. For more information visit the
City's Homebuyer Program website.
New Construction of Affordable Housing
Request for Proposals - New Construction Major Rehabilitation
- Office of Healthy Homes And Lead Hazard Control Grantee Quarterly Progress Report
- Mobile Homes in Earthquakes
If you have any questions on these programs, please contact the Housing and Community Development Division, at City Hall (559) 621-8300.