Housing and Neighborhoods

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Housing and Neighborhoods

City Hall, First Floor
500 Castro Street
Mountain View, CA 94041
(650) 903-6379     neighborhoods@mountainview.gov

    Affordable Housing Programs -Neighborhood Grant Program - Council Neighborhoods Committee - Tenant and Landlord Resources -CDBG and HOME Programs - Homelessness 

City offices will be closed effective Thursday, November 26, 2020 for the Thanksgiving Holiday, reopening on Monday, November 30, 2020. 

COVID-19 SHELTER-IN-PLACE UPDATE October 26, 2020

Based on the Santa Clara County Public Health Officer's Shelter-In-Place Order and to protect the health of the community, City Hall is closed through March 31, 2021 with interim operations. City services and public meetings will continue remotely. For more information, please contact the Neighborhoods and Housing Division by email at neighborhoods@mountainview.gov or by phone at 650-903-6379.

go to rent relief resources for those impacted by covid-19

Please check the City website for updates as these dates are subject to change. 


Affordable Housing Interest List Sign-Up

This list is not an official wait list for any units or properties. It is a contact list for news and announcements related to our housing programs.

View the Current Affordable Housing Inventory and Pipeline

Housing and Neighborhoods News and Announcements

Open Affordable Housing Waitlist: Studio and 1-BedroomsOpen Affordable Housing Waitlist: Studio and 1-Bedrooms

Applications are available for download: altahousing.org/properties/eagle-park

Applications can be submitted by mail or by email.

1701 West El Camino Real

Mountain View, CA 94040

Phone: (650)988-1701

Email: eaglepark1701@gmail.com

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The City of Mountain View is only notifying the public of this opportunity. Any questions about this property or others offered by Alta Housing should be addressed by contacting Alta Housing at the phone number and email listed above.


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Nonprofit Partner LifeMoves Awarded State Funding for Emergency Transitional Housing ProgramNonprofit Partner LifeMoves Awarded State Funding for Emergency Transitional Housing Program

Learn more about this State grant of approximately $10 Million to purchase a one acre site in Mountain View to rapidly deploy an estimated 100 modular housing structures.


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Current City Homeless Initiatives

Get information about Mountain View's initiatives for local homeless and people living in vehicles.


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