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Affordable Housing Development Projects

Housing Opportunities:


The City of El Monte is committed to improving access to affordable housing opportunities for low-income households. The Economic Development Department - Housing Division is continuously working with for-proft and non-profit housing developers to create a wide range of affordable rental and homeownership affordable housing options to meet community housing needs. The City's housing programs are made possible through funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Office of Community Planning and Development through the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME). Additional sources of funding include low-income housing tax credits, developer equity and private financing.


Veterans Rental Housing Project

With an estimated 8,000 homeless veterans living in Los Angeles County, which holds the largest population of military veterans in the nation, the City of El Monte remains committed to curbing homelessness among service men and women.


The 41-unit Mercy Housing Veterans project on the corner of Stewart Street and Ramona Boulevard will feature an onsite project manager as well as a supportive services coordinator to provide educational, recreation, health & wellness, job placement and vocational training programs for veterans. This unique project will provide a dynamic and affordable living environment for veterans to integrate back into society who served their country in the United States Armed Forces.


Renew El Monte

The foreclosure crisis has affected the entire nation. The City is addressing the foreclosure crisis locally using Community Development Block Grant ("CDBG") funds to implement the "Renew El Monte" (REM Project). REM provides for the acquistion, rehabilitation and resale of vacant and foreclosed single-family homes. Subsequent to a comprehensive rehabilitation and resale of vacant and foreclosed single-family homes. Subsequent to a comprehensive rehabilitation process that brings each property up to the City's property standards, each home is sold to an income-qualified buyer whose household income is at or below 80% of the area median income adjusted for household size. As properties are completed and ready for re-sale, property information and program applications will be posted on this website.

Expected completion date: Ongoing


Tyler Court Senior Rental Housing

The 20-unit Tyler Court Senior Housing project on the 3300 block of Tyler Avenue will provide high-quality affordable rental housing for seniors in our community. In partnership of the City's Community Services Departrment, Tyler Court residents will have access to supportive health & wellness services including recreation and educational classes at the Jack Crippen Senior Center.

For additional information, please contact Domus Development at (866) 666-0350. Applications will be available form Domus Development approximately six (6) months prior to completion of the project.




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