Crisis. A term quite commonly used, particularly in Los Angeles when the topic turns to homelessness and lack of affordable housing.
A message from HCIDLA General Manager Rushmore D. Cervantes pertaining to the implications of House Tax Reform Bill (H.R. 1) and how it might affect affordable housing going forward:
The City of Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) invites the public, including interested community groups and businesses, to participate in three public hearings to be held for the purpose of learning and commenting on h
We are excited to announce the REOPENING of the Moderate Income Purchase Assistance (MIPA) program.
While LA’s treasured elderly population undoubtedly gets better with age, no one can dispute that they can still use a little extra help here and there. With the older adult population (65 years and above) doubling from approximately 1.1 million
HCIDLA invites you to review the Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) Draft Plan and submit comments by September 29, 2017.