News and Information
SHRA News and Information
The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency keeps the community informed about its projects, activities and programs through news releases, a periodic electronic newsletter and other publications.
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Public Information Requests
Information regarding Public information requests is available at this link. Questions should be should be directed to:
Vickie Smith, Agency Clerk
Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency
801 12th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
|2018||March 1||Susan Veazey appointed to SHRA Assistant Director of Development and Federal Programs||Open|
|2018||February 22||City of Sacramento and SHRA solicit development community's proposals to create 1,000 permanent efficiency housing for homeless residents||OPEN|
|2018||February 1||SHRA Public Housing Program earns HUD awards||Open|
|2018||January 9||Housing Authority Opens HCV Waitlist||open|
|2017||December 15||SHRA is finalist for $35 million Transforming Climate Communities grant||open|
|2017||December 15||Agency prepares to launch pilot program to serve disconnected youth||open|
|2017||December 12||Master Development Agreement approved for Twin Rivers Redevelopment Project||open|
|2017||October 9||Sacramento Housing Authority opens public housing site based wait list at Walnut Grove Apartments||open|
|2017||October 5||Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency and Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Parks District ribbon cutting celebrates community center renovation funded with $468,000 Community Development Block Grant||open|
|2017||September 8||Mercy Housing California and Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency Celebrate Re-dedication of Land Park Woods||open|
|2017||August 18||Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency joins City of Sacramento to celebrate Domus Development’s Curtis Park Court as City’s first transit oriented development for seniors||open|
|2017||August 22||Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency earns City and County approval for $300 million investment in Twin Rivers Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Project||open|
|2017||June 12||Elica Health Centers partners with SHRA to provide services at Steven M. Thompson Community Health Clinic at Alder Grove||open|
|2017||May 5||Sacramento Air Quality Management District launches State’s first CarShare program in disadvantaged communities||open|
|2017||May 5||Free three-week Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) Program opens registration for students in grades 3-5 through partnership between Promise Zone, Twin Rivers Unified School District, Sacramento City Unified School District, SMUD and National Society of Black Engineers||open|
|2017||April 13||Celebration marks completion of Colonial Heights Library Community Kitchen Renovations||open|
|2017||April 27||$8.6 million Green renovations celebrated at Mutual Housing at Foothill Farms||open|
|2017||March 27||SHRA and MRK Partners celebrate completion of $15.7M renovation at Ethan Terrace Apartments and conversion to affordable housing||open|
|2017||March 7||SHRA and City Housing Authority earn record high score and HUD recognition for excellent performance||open|
|2017||February 14||Community meetings and public hearings set to solicit input on how to align housing and services for the homeless||open|
|2017||January 25||SHRA Director of Development Tyrone Roderick Williams selected among 24outstanding professionals to participate in the prestigious Presidio Institute Fellows Program||open|
|2017||January 6||Sacramento Promise Zone and Samuel Merritt University launch partnership Community Nurse Corps program||open|
|2016||December 19||Notice of Agency Holiday Closure||open|
|2016||November 16||Promise Zone hosts STEM Forum||open|
|2016||November 2||Legacy of dedicated Land Park health care advocate Steven M. Thompson to be celebrated posthumously with ribbon cutting at new local clinic||open|
|2016||August 31||50 Veterans Find “Place to Call Home” at new Mather Veterans Village||open|
|2016||August 2||East Sacramento County apartments celebrate new look, new name||open|
|2016||July 22||Oak Park residents invited to provide input on Promise Neighborhood community needs survey||open|
|2016||June 2||City Housing Authority earns HUD High Performer designation for third straight year||open|
|2016||June 3||Sacramento receives vouchers to support rental assistance for homeless disabled veterans||open|
|2016||May 31||Agency offers new program for first time buyers to purchase renovated homes||open|
|2016||May 5||Sacramento housing partners celebrate two midtown renovation projects for low income seniors||open|
|2016||April 20||Message of apology from SHRA Executive Director regarding flyer promoting job opportunities program for public housing residents||open|
|2016||April 15||New $340,000 sports field to serve Robla school children and surrounding community||open|
|2016||April 13||Developer celebrates success with new home sales in North Sacramento||open|
|2016||February 22||New full service grocery store opens in Sacramento Promise Zone Community||open|
|2016||February 1||Officials celebrate completion of Old Florin Town Phase 2 Streetscape Improvement Project||open|
|2016||January 29||New Book of Projects tracks milestones of Agency assisted projects||open|
|2015||December 24||Agency culminates Housing Authority's 75th Anniversary with continued commitment to provide housing and hope for a better future||open|
|2015||December 17||City of Sacramento Housing Authority to receive $2.7 million HUD grant for Jobs Plus Pilot Program||open|
|2015||December 2||Geoffrey Ross promoted to Assistant Director of Development and Federal Programs||open|
|2015||September 28||HUD awards CNI Implementation Grant to SHRA||open|
|2015||September 2||Agency adds Facebook to social media communications toolbox||open|
|2015||August 27||Agency selects new Director of Finance||open|
|2015||July 14||Sacramento is finalist for HUD Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant||open|
|2015||May 26||Grand opening welcomes Arbor Creek Senior Apartments at Elk Grove-Florin Road in Sacramento||open|
|2015||May 21||Housing Authority receives SEMAP High Performer award, first time in County Housing Authority history||open|
|2015||May 18||Cannery Place Apartments opens as first housing development at Township Nine||open|
|2015||April 9||Three affordable rental housing communities celebrate re-opening after |
$27.8 million rehab
|2015||April 28||HUD announces Sacramento Promise Zone designation||open|
|2015||March 5||Groundbreaking celebration kicks off construction at 700 Block of K||open|
|2015||February 11||SHRA receives HUD 2014 VASH Program of the Year Award||open|
|2015||February 2||Voices Behind the Bricks photography exhibit by 15 Sacramento teens|
to be unveiled Valentine's Day
|2014||November 17||Ribbon cutting marks completion of Franklin Boulevard streetscape project||open|
|2014||October 30||Groundbreaking celebrates new permanent supportive housing for local veterans||open|
|2014||October 25||PSWRC NAHRO applauds SHRA for commitment to address literacy crisis||open|
|2014||October 22||Agency receives highest recognition for excellence in financial reporting||open|
|2014||September 29||Builder rebounds from housing crisis in Del Paso Heights||open|
|2014||September 26||Housing Choice Voucher wait list closes Friday, September 26||open|
|2014||September 11||Housing Choice Voucher wait list opens Monday, September 15||open|
|2014||September 8||Sacramento Housing Authority opens new self-service web portal for landlords participating in the Housing Choice Voucher Program||open|
|2014||August 21||Flag raising celebration planned for Isleton's historic Bing Kong Tong building||open|
|2014||August 4||Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency joins USA Properties Fund golden shovel celebration to start construction on Arbor Creek Senior Apartments||open|
|2014||July 31||Sacramento City and County Housing Authorities receive HUD High Performer Designation Status||open|
|2014||July 25||Agency appoints David Levin as General Counsel||open|
|2014||July 14||SHRA names new Director of Development||open|
|2014||June 24||The U.S. Department of the Treasury, in partnership with HUD and HOPE NOW to host “Help for Homeowners," Community Event for local homeowners who are at risk of losing their home||open|
|2014||May 16||100-year old vacant residental hotel reopens after $6.9 million renovation to provide downtown workforce housing||open|
|2014||May 5||Ribbon cutting set for $2.4 million Louise A. Perez Community Center creating one-stop social services for residents in "The Avenues"||open|
|2014||April 15||Groundbreaking kicks off start of $3.3 million Old Florin Town Streetscape Improvement Project||open|
|2014||April 10||County and Redevelopment Agency officials hold golden shovel event to mark official start of Phase 2 Franklin Boulevard Streetscape Improvement Project||open|
|2014||March 5||Housing Authority offers help for program participants and applicants to apply for affordable health insurance||open|
|2014||February 21||Celebration set to kick-off rehab of Bing Kong Tong building in Isleton||open|
|2014||February 7||Greater Sacramento Urban League, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency, |
and Sacramento Employment and Training Agency announce new First Source Sacramento job training and hiring program
|2014||June 11||Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency reaches compromise on tax credit affordable housing projects||open|
|2013||December 3||Agency announces 2014 holiday and closure schedule||open|
|2013||Nov 22||HUD selects Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency to receive $500,000 Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant||open|
|2013||Nov 19||Nov 19, 2013 SHRA and EPO celebrate completion of Norcade Circle revitalization project||open|
|2013||Nov 7||Mosaic Gardens at Taylor Terrace celebration marks completion of community renovation project||open|
|2013||Oct 15||SHRA receives NAHRO Housing America Award at Kelsey Village Grand Opening||open|
|2013||July 31||SHRA joins Related California for grand opening of The Arbors at Oak Park affordable housing for seniors||open|
|2013||May 10||Housing Authority warns of scam to sell vouchers||open|
|2013||April 8||Agency announces 2013 closure and holiday schedule||open|
|2013||April 4||Community workshops set for Choice Neighborhoods Initiative and revitalization of Twin Rivers housing community||open|
|2013||February 14||Housing Authority launches "3 by 8 is Great!" Reading Program to support national Grade-Level Reading Campaign||open|
|2013||January 17||First housing units officially under construction at Township Nine||open|
|2013||January 9||Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento celebrate unveiling of public art||open|
Holiday and Closure Schedules
The normal business hours for the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
January 1 – New Year’s Day
January 15 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday
February 19 – Washington’s Birthday
March 26 – Cesar Chavez Day
May 28 – Memorial Day
July 4 – Independence Day
September 3 – Labor Day
November 12 – Veteran’s Day
November 22, 23 – Thanksgiving Day & day after
December 24 – Christmas Eve (1/2 day)
December 25 – Christmas Day
December 31 – New Year’s Eve (1/2 day)
2018 Scheduled Closures
All SHRA offices including the Housing Authority will be closed on the following dates.
December 24 (1/2 day)
December 26, 27, 28
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7th and H
7th and H is a new construction eight-story, mixed-use, affordable housing community in downtown Sacramento developed by Mercy Housing California. The development has 150 studio and one-bedroom apartments with abundant upper floor common areas, including lush outdoor terraces, comprehensive resident services, the 5,000 square foot WellSpace Health Tom Gagen Community Health Center on the ground floor, and two retail/restaurant spaces for lease. Half of the apartments are home to formerly homeless residents and the remaining 75 are reserved for residents earning between 40-50% of the area median income. SHRA provided $23 million in redevelopment assistance for the $47 million project. 37 of the units are project based voucher units administered by the Housing Authority.
The recently renovated Studios at Hotel Berry, 729 L Street, was nominated for the State of Downtown Sacramento 2013 VIBE Award. The Downtown V.I.B.E. award, which stands for Visionary Innovators in Building Excellence, celebrates local leaders and community champions who have contributed to the enrichment of Downtown Sacramento.
Rapid Re-Housing Program
SHRA Investing in Communities
SHRA administers millions of dollars in public funds from local, state and federal sources to provide affordable housing opportuities for low income residents, improve community facilities and infrastructure, and provide gap financing to developers that create affordable housing.
SHRA also invests these funds in programs to partner with nonprofit organizations and local small builders to help renovate housing impacted by foreclosure.
By investing in communities, SHRA helps make Sacramento’s neighborhoods better places to live, work, play and do business.
Globe Mills is the transformation of one of the oldest mills west of the Mississippi into an award winning apartment complex at 12th and C Streets in downtown Sacramento.
The historic City landmark provides 114 affordable senior apartments and 31 moderate-rate loft-style apartments after completing $38 million in rehabilitation and new construction.
Phoenix Park is an unprecedented $84 million community rebuilding project by SHRA and the City of Sacramento that turned a historically troubled neighborhood in South Sacramento marked by crime, violence and structural neglect into a vibrant, safer housing community for low income families and seniors.