Resident Training Program
The Housing Authority provides opportunities for program participants to decrease or eliminate the need for housing assistance. The Resident Training Program is available for residents in the Public Housing Program.
The Resident Training Program is designed as one resource for Housing Authority residents to move towards self-sufficiency. This is accomplished through on-the-job training in the clerical, custodial and painting disciplines. The program emphasizes not only office skills and proper ways to clean and paint, but how to become a reliable, productive employee that has a positive work ethic and is socially well adjusted in a professional work environment.
During the two-year program, trainees work in Agency offices, paint and clean vacant public housing units and common areas in our complexes. To qualify for the program, Housing Authority residents must have a valid California driver’s license and be able to pass a DMV and criminal background check.
Applications are accepted continuously and positions are filled as trainees graduate or otherwise leave the program.
Click here to download a Resident Training Program Application or go to any Housing Management office and request an application. Completed applications may be returned to any Housing Management office.
Tenant/Management Communication Form
Click here to download a Tenant Communication Form or go to any Housing Management office and request the TMC form. Completed TMC forms may be returned to any Housing Management office.
New Public Housing Lease
The Housing Authority will be implementing a new lease for new public housing residents effective October 1 , 2016. Site Managers will invite current residents who have lived in public housing for 12 months and longer to sign the new lease. Residents who have lived in their unit for less than 12 months will be invited to sign the new lease at their next annual recertification period. This new lease is available to you to review in its draft form for the next 30 days, ending on __. Please submit written comments to your site manager by that date. All comments will be considered and the author will receive a reply. We expect to publish a final draft of the lease, effective September 1 that will become effective for new residents beginning in October.