Notice of Delay:

People’s Place, Santa Paula

Due to circumstances outside of our control, the pre-application for People’s Place, previously announced for Monday, August 28, has been delayed. Current estimates for this process to resume are late 2023.

We regret any inconvenience this may have caused and will update this page as soon as new information is available.

To learn more about People’s Place, please see the FAQs below.

People’s Place is comprised of 68 affordable, multifamily housing units for households making 30-60% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Listed below are the ‘Maximum Income Limits’ for Ventura County to see if you qualify. The property will include 21 units set aside for farmworker households making 30-45% of the AMI.

Unfortunately, there are no special priorities available. Pre-applications will be processed in the order they are received.

At the time of applying, your household’s total gross annual income may not exceed the guidelines below. These limits are determined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and are updated annually. Effective 5/15/23

Yes! Section 8 is accepted. However, PSHH doesn’t provide Section 8 vouchers. If you don’t currently have a voucher, please visit the Santa Paula Housing Authority to learn more and enroll.

This property will offer the following:

  • 1-Bedroom, 1 bathoom
  • 2-Bedrooms, 1 bathroom
  • 3-Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

People’s Place is located at 710 W. Harvard Blvd in Santa Paula.

All units will be equipped with a new refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, window coverings, and vinyl flooring throughout. There will be mobility and sensory accessible units available. Buildings are 2-3 stories tall with interior courtyards. Resident will have uncovered parking and laundry facilities on each level of each building. Please note, there are no elevators. This is a non-smoking property.

Yes! Pets are allowed, with some guidelines.

Residents can enjoy a community room, playgrounds, shared gardens, and designated bike storage. Free onsite services include: property management, access to social workers, afterschool education programming, and so much more!

Residents will pay their own electricity (solar), water, and sewer. PSHH will pay for trash. A utility allowance is provided.

Rents are based on bedroom and unit size. Household income must be at least twice the monthly rent, unless the applicant has a tenant-based rent subsidy (i.e., Section 8). Current maximum rent limits are:

Security deposits are required, but if this would incur a financial hardship, alternatives are available. The current security deposits are:

The property is currently estimated to be open for occupancy in Summer 2024.