Housing Authority/CDBG

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The Glendora Housing Authority is the Housing Successor to the Glendora Redevelopment Agency. Per California State Law, effective February 1, 2012, redevelopment agencies across California are dissolved.

AB 987 Affordable Housing Database

In accordance with the requirements of AB 987, a database describing existing, new and substantially rehabilitated housing developed or otherwise assisted with monies from the former Redevelopment Agency’s Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund, including units counted to meet inclusionary and replacement housing obligations, is available online. Please be aware this is only a record of affordable housing that has been assisted with Low and Moderate Income Housing Funds; it is not a listing of currently available housing. Please contact the sites directly to inquire about availability and eligibility.

Glendora Housing Authority Annual Reports (SB 341 Compliance Report)

Annual Report FY 2018 - 2019


Each year, the City of Glendora participates in the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG).  The program is administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and it provides funding for projects based on meeting the following national objectives:
  • Benfitting low and moderate income persons
  • Eliminating slum and blight
  • Meeting a particularly urgent community need


 2020-2021 CDBG Application Now Available

 The City of Glendora is now accepting applications for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.  The City expects to receive approximately $285,000 (based on 2019-2020 allocation) for fiscal year 2020-2021.  All eligible organizations must submit a completed application no later than 5:00pm on Friday, January 24, 2020.  The FY 2020-2021 CDBG application is available for download here or at the Planning Department located at 116 E. Foothill Blvd., Glendora CA 91741.  Questions regarding this request for proposal should be directed to Valerie Escalante at (626) 914-8292. 


Consolidated Plan

Every five years, the CDBG program requires the City to adopt a "Consolidated Plan," which establishes the goals and objectives of the CDBG program.  The City's current five-year plan, covering 2018-2023 can be viewed by following the link below.
2018-2023 Five-year Consolidated Plan

Action Plan

The City also adopts "Action Plans" each year to designate and fund specific activities under the CDBG program.  Below is a link to the 2019-2020 One-year Action Plan.
2019 - 2020 Action Plan

Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report

At the end of each program year, the City reports accomplishments of the CDBG program.  That report may be viewed by following the link below.
2018-2019 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing

The Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (commonly known as the “AI”), presents a demographic profile of Glendora, assesses the extent of housing needs of its residents, and evaluates the availability of a range of housing choices for all.This report also analyzes the conditions in the private market and public sector that may limit the range of housing choices or impede a person’s access to housing. As the name of the report suggests the document reviews “impediments” to fair housing. While this report also assesses the nature and extent of housing discrimination, the focus is on identifying impediments that may prevent equal housing access and developing solutions to mitigate or remove such impediments.

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing 2018 update


Fair Housing

 The Housing Rights Center provides FREE fair housing services to Glendora residents. These free services include:
  • Landlord Tenant Counseling – Housing Counselors are able to answer questions about landlord-tenant rights and responsibilities, including questions about security deposits, evictions, repairs, rent increases, harassment and more.
  • Discrimination Investigations – Case Investigators investigate allegations of housing discrimination and help victims of discrimination enforce their fair housing rights.
  • Outreach and education – The Housing Rights Center provides programs designed to educate the community about fair housing laws, illegal practices, and landlord-tenant rights and responsibilities.

Call the Housing Rights Center at (800) 477-5977 or visit them online at www.housingrightscenter.org



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