HACA News Featured
- Created on 03 March 2011
- 14 July 2015
Section 8 Wait List Opening
HACA will be conducting a lottery for the Section 8 Voucher program in August. Pre-applications will be accepted online only from12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, August 5, 2015 through 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, August 11, 2015.
The time and date of receipt of the pre-application online during the wait list opening period has no bearing on whether it is selected for the wait list. There is no need or advantage to applying immediately after the wait list opens so long as your application is submitted during the opening period. The application will be available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Chinese.
Read the Section 8 Voucher Wait List Lottery Announcement below for more information.
Applications cannot be submitted before 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, August 5th. Return to www.haca.net during the opening period to submit your pre-application. Note: Duplicate applications will be removed prior to conducting the lottery - please submit only one application.
Please note that HACA serves all the cities and unincorporated areas in Alameda County except Alameda, Berkeley, Livermore and Oakland.
- Created on 19 September 2013
- 14 December 2014
HACA is Moving back to Atherton Street!
The Housing Authority’s renovation of its office located at 22941 Atherton Street in Hayward is nearly complete! Effective Thursday, January 8th, 2015, at 4:45 p.m., the Housing Authority office located at 1489 Salmon Way in Hayward will close to the public, and our phones will shut down.
- Created on 05 October 2014
- 05 October 2014
HACA Direct Deposit Update
Please stay tuned as we continue building your Direct Deposit service...
As part of our continuing efforts to reduce costs and to streamline business processes, HACA will implement direct deposit. The implementation project will take at least six months. Several steps will need to be followed prior to going live/implementation:
- 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.