Sacramento is a unique blend of many communities and neighborhoods each with their own distinct characteristics. Some are thriving while others are in need of an infusion of resources to help restore and sustain their vitality.

The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency brings together funding resources and staff expertise to develop and implement innovative and creative strategies. We use these tools to help address housing and economic needs in low income communities and older commercial corridors in the City and County of Sacramento through effective community and business partnerships.



SHRA News in Brief

Sacramento Housing Authority opens new self-service web portal for landlords participating in the Housing Choice Voucher Program

The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency has launched a new self-service landlord portal website for vendors participating in the Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV/formerly Section 8). The website allows vendors to view account data and make changes to their information. For instructions on how to set up a landlord portal account, visit our website at www.shra.org. Mouse over the Housing tab and select Housing Choice Voucher/Owner Services. Or copy and paste the Landlord Portal URL into your browser at http://portal.shra.org/signup and follow the sign up process. 


Sacramento Housing Authority receives High Performer Designation from HUD for Public Housing Management Performance

The Sacramento City and County Housing Authorities administered by Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) have each received High Performer designation status from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on the annual Public Housing Assessment System report for 2013. Click here to read more.

Agency 2014 holiday and closure schedule

The 2014 dates for observed holidays, and closures for SHRA offices, including Housing Choice Voucher and Conventional Public Housing are available on our website. Click here to view the schedule.

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Globe Mills photo courtesy: Cathy Kelly