HACA News Featured
- Created on 30 August 2012
- 30 August 2012
2012 NAHRO "What Home Means to Me" Poster Contest
2012 What Home Means to Me Poster Contest
Sponsored by: The Housing America Campaign, the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials and the Pacific Southwest Region of NAHRO
The Housing America Campaign, the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) and the Pacific Southwest Region of NAHRO sponsor an annual, nationwide poster contest based on the theme “What Home Means to Me.”
- Created on 22 August 2012
- 21 August 2012
2012 Health and Resource Fair
Family Self Sufficiency Program
Excited families were waiting in the parking lot when the gates opened for the Alameda County Housing Authority’s Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) 2012 Health and Resource Fair. Within minutes, the Housing Authority’s courtyard and meeting rooms were overflowing with attendees. Over 150 adults and children participated in this annual event. The Health and Resource Fair brings together representatives of the county’s social service programs, community health clinics, holistic and alternative medicine providers and employers who provided information and service referrals to participants.
- Created on 11 July 2012
- 10 July 2012
HACA Undergoes Major Website Relaunch
Hayward, CA. The Housing Authority of the County of California (HACA) has undergone its second Website refresh. HACA's Website, www.haca.net, was first launched in 2004.
HACA's new Website provides far more user information than was previously available. The site is organized to, more quickly, provide access to relevant information by HACA's four major user groups: applicants for housing assistance; current program participants; landlords; and neighbors and residents of local communities. Additional content is targeted to vendors, job seekers, and housing developers.
Tools readily accessible from the site homepage and other pages allow site users to obtain helpful information about HACA programs, governance, and business operations.
The new HACA site uses a state of the art content management system to facilitate timely updating. The site is built on the popular open-source Joomla platform available at no cost from www.joomla.org.
For more information, contact us.
- Created on 03 March 2011
- 03 March 2011
The Housing Authority of the County of Alameda is utilizing a web-based auction site (Public Surplus) for surplus office, gardening, and miscellaneous items. In order to bid on these items, you will first need to register as a buyer.
Registration is FREE! To view current auction items click HERE to go to Public Surplus.
- Created on 06 July 2009
- 06 July 2009
New Eviction Protections For Tenants in Foreclosed Properties
New federal law protecting tenants' rights becomes law
The new Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act contains three key protections for Section 8 tenants of units that have been foreclosed: