Fresno Housing Authority owns and/or manages more than 4,500 residential units which are rented to low-income households. Within this portfolio, nearly 2,300 housing units are eligible for rent subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the State of California, including:
- 1,958 family housing units
- 170 farm labor housing units
- 132 migrant worker housing units
- 30 emergency housing units
Fresno Housing Authority has also developed, and currently manages, 2,414 units created through a combination of Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs), grants, and/or conventional funding, including 118 permanent supportive housing units and 190 affordable housing units (developed without government subsidy.)
In addition, the Fresno Housing Authority also administers 12,500 Housing Choice Vouchers (formerly known as Section 8) for qualified individuals and families – including specific populations such as veterans, and people with disabilities.