Neighborhoods and Housing Division

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 City services will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020 for Memorial Day.

COVID-19 SHELTER-IN-PLACE UPDATE may 1, 2020

The Santa Clara County Public Health Officer has extended the Shelter-In-Place Order to May 31, 2020. To protect the health of the community and City employees, City Hall will remain closed with limited operations. Some 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.

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

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

Affordable Housing Interest List Sign-Up

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

The Neighborhoods and Housing Division administers a variety of neighborhood and housing-related programs in Mountain View:

Affordable Housing Programs

These include subsidized housing that is 100% affordable and managed/developed through nonprofit organizations, as well as our BMR program which administers requirements to provide units at rents and sales prices below market-rate.

Neighborhood Programs

Learn more about the City's Neighborhood Grant Program and the Council Neighborhoods Committee (CNC).

Tenant and Landlord Resources

Information regarding Rent Stabilization (CSFRA) and Tenant Relocation Assistance.

CDBG and HOME Programs

This Division also administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Federal funds allocated to the City by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These funds benefit primarily low- and moderate-income residents through funding affordable housing projects and community services and improvements.

Homelessness

The City is collaborating with Santa Clara County, the Community Services Agency (CSA), and other local nonprofits to improve short and long-term community outcomes with regard to homelessness.

 

Questions? Contact the Housing and Neighborhood Services Division:

(650)903-6379 - neighborhoods@mountainview.gov

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