Santa Barbara County Properties

• Each property has their own income and rent requirements. Please contact the Property Manager directly for specific information.

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• If you are submitting an application online, it will be immediately added to the waiting list. If you are submitting a paper application, it will be fully processed within 2-3 weeks. If there is a vacancy you will be contacted directly by the Property Manager.

• In the first quarter of each calendar year, you can expect to receive a letter from every property you’ve applied to, confirming if you’d like to remain on the waiting list and prompting you to update contact information.

• If your mailing address or contact information changes at any point during the year, please notify the property directly with those updates.

• If you contact a Property Manager, expect to receive a response by the end of the business week.

CARPINTERIA

Casas de las Flores

Physical Address: 4090 Via Real, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Mailing Address:
(805) 869-1531
cdlf@pshhc.org

Housing for Individuals & Families

Casas de las Flores opened in October 2015. The property features 43 units with three equipped with accessibility features. The beautiful property consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom units and boasts mountain views with easy access to public transportation and nearby Carpinteria State Beach. The property includes a community room, community kitchen, and a learning center with computer room. Other amenities include laundry facilities, large and colorful playground, walking paths, and drought tolerant landscaping

Chapel Court

Physical Address: 681 Ash Avenue, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Mailing Address:
(805) 684-7880
chp@pshhc.org

Housing for Farmworkers

Chapel Court is an affordable housing complex for farm workers and was sponsored by St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. There are currently 28 units consisting of eight buildings, four of which have four 3-bedroom units, while the other four have three 3-bedroom units.

Dahlia Court

Physical Address: 1305 Dahlia Court, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Mailing Address:
(805) 566-2117
dca@pshhc.org

Housing for Families & Farmworkers

Dahlia Court Apartments features 54 units. This development was purchased in 1999, and underwent extensive rehabilitation in 2001. Dahlia Court shares special space for the provision of health screening services. a community room with kitchen and a learning center with the Dahlia Court II complex. Other amenities include a laundry facility and ample green space with playground equipment.

Dahlia Court II

Physical Address: 1305 Dahlia Court, Carpinteria, CA 93013
Mailing Address:
(805) 566-2117
dca@pshhc.org

Workforce Housing for Individuals, Families & Farmworkers

These apartments are funded with a combination of funds from federal, state, and local agencies, to create affordable housing for households whose annual household income falls at or below the very low income level for the area. All units are equipped with a refrigerator, gas stove, window coverings, and carpet in the bedrooms. Amenities include on-site laundry facilities, community room with kitchen for events, gatherings and meetings, as well as health screening facilities and a learning center.

GOLETA/ISLA VISTA

Casas de los Carneros Apartments

Physical Address: 10 Longshore Place, Goleta, CA 93117
Mailing Address:
(805) 869-1583
cdlc@pshhc.org

Housing for Individuals & Families

Completed in 2018, this 70-unit neighborhood is part of The Village at Los Carneros Master Plan development. CDLC residents enjoy and utilize amenities such as a community center, learning center, community gardens, outdoor recreation space, playground, half basketball court and laundry facilities.

Ellwood Apartments

Physical Address: 360 Ellwood Beach Drive, Goleta, CA 93117
Mailing Address:
(805) 968-9541
ell@pshhc.org

Housing for Families & Farmworkers

This development was completed November 2006. It provides eight new permanently affordable apartments in Goleta. The one and two-bedroom units vary from about 580 to 900 square feet in size. The complex includes a laundry facility and is located near public transportation routes, shopping areas and Girsh Park recreational area.

Isla Vista Apartments

Physical Address: 6660 Abrego Road, Goleta, CA 93117
Mailing Address:
(805) 571-6009
iv@pshhc.org

Housing for Families & Farmworkers

Isla Vista Apartments is a 56-unit rental complex located in close proximity to the University of Santa Barbara. It consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Purchased in 2001 the site underwent an initial rehab in 2002 and then a major rehab in 2021/2022. Property amenities include a community room with kitchen, laundry facilities, enclosed security gates, and beautiful landscaping. Residents receive supportive services through local area health and education collaborations.

Storke Ranch Apartments

Physical Address: 6822 Phelps Road, Goleta, CA 93117
Mailing Address:
(805) 968-9541
sra@pshhc.org

Housing for Families

These 36 affordable family rental units are part of the Storke Ranch Master Planned Community, which offers extensive open space and recreational facilities, including tennis courts and swimming pools. Completed in 1999, the development features a community building with kitchen area and laundry facilities. It also provides space for after school activities, educational, and social services programs. The community room was named to honor Lisa Capps, late daughter of Congresswoman Lois Capps.

Villa La Esperanza

Physical Address: 155 S. Kellogg Avenue, Goleta, CA 93117
Mailing Address:
(805) 964-0353
vle@pshhc.org

Housing for Families

Villa la Esperanza in Goleta offers 83 affordable units that vary in sizes from studios to five bedrooms. The property provides residents with a community center and kitchen, onsite laundry facilities, playgrounds, communal barbeque areas, and a Learning Center with afterschool programming for students. Villa la Esperanza is also furnished with many energy-saving features, including synthetic turf, “smart” water controls, drip irrigation, and energy-saving LED fixtures.

GUADALUPE

Guadalupe Court

Physical Address: 4206 11th Street, Guadalupe, CA 93434
Mailing Address: 4206 11th Street, Unit G, Guadalupe, CA 93434
(805) 249-2040
gc@pshhc.org

Housing for Farmworkers

This three-acre development was transformed into a community with 38 rental units for farmworkers. The property has an outdoor courtyard, barbecue area, innovative play area and community center with a computer lab.

River View Townhomes

Physical Address: 230 Calle Cesar Chavez, Guadalupe, CA 93434
Mailing Address:
(805) 343-0888
rv@pshhc.org

Housing for Families & Farmworkers

Completed in 2004, River View Townhomes is an attractive, permanently affordable rental community consisting of 80 units adjacent to River View Estates (a 50-home PSHH owner-builder development) in Guadalupe. This townhome community includes a 5,000-square-foot community center with kitchen, large and small meeting rooms for events and gatherings, health clinic space, and a 5,000 sq. ft. learning center. Generous out door recreation and green space, playgrounds and a large bar-b-q area/patio invite residents to engage, socialize and build community. All site amenities are accessible to families residing at River View Townhomes and River View Estates.

LOMPOC

College Park Apartments

Physical Address: 648 North G Street, Lompoc, CA 93436
Mailing Address:
(805) 736-4640
cpk@pshhc.org

Housing for Families

This 35-unit development features on-site laundry facilities, recreational space, on-site parking, community room and playground. This complex was originally developed by the Lompoc Housing CDC and changed management, and subsequently ownership, in 2011. This site hosts a head start program through a partner agency.

ORCUTT

Mariposa Townhomes

Physical Address: 290 Parkview South, Orcutt, CA 93455
Mailing Address:
(805) 934-2140
mpt@pshhc.org

Housing for Families & Farmworkers

Located on over 18 acres, with nearly 10 acres of beautiful open-space, this development consists of 80 two-, three-, and four-bedroom units constructed in townhouse style. Completed in 2000, all townhomes feature back patios, and garages. The spacious multi-purpose recreation building includes a community room, fully equipped kitchen, and laundry facilities. Educational, enrichment, and social services programs take place in the community building. The development provides extensive recreational amenities such as playgrounds, baseball fields, a basketball court, a community garden, and several separate outdoor picnic areas.

SANTA BARBARA

Casas las Granadas

Physical Address: 21 E. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Mailing Address:
(805) 699-7223
clg@pshhc.org

Housing for Individuals & Families

Casas las Granadas was completed December 2007 and provides 12 new, permanently affordable one-bedroom rental units set aside for “downtown workers”. The apartments range in size from 485 to 575 square feet, and especially benefit resident who may not have a car.

The development’s downtown convenient location, across from the Santa Barbara public library, and adjacent to the County Courthouse, is only half a block from State Street and within walking distance to major transportation. Casas las Granadas was designed to complement the downtown street scape by featuring Spanish style architectural elements.

Heath House

Physical Address: 18 East Sola Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Mailing Address: 26 E Victoria St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 699-7223
hh@pshhc.org

Housing for Formerly Homeless Women

Historic Heath House, near downtown Santa Barbara, previously served as a hospice home for AIDS patients. It had fallen into disrepair prior to PSHH purchasing the property in 2020, which led to a great opportunity to restore and extensively rehabilitate the cherished community landmark.

The two-story, 2,500 square-foot Heath House provides seven bedrooms, five-bathrooms, multiple common areas, and a shared kitchen and dining room. Building on the considerable success of its programming at the nearby Victoria Hotel, and in Ventura the historic El Patio Hotel, PSHH additionally offers onsite supportive services to all its residents.

Jardin de las Rosas

Physical Address: 510 N. Salsipuedes, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Mailing Address: 510 N. Salsipuedes #100, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
(805) 324-7745
jdlr@pshhc.org

Housing for Individuals & Families

Completed in 2018, Jardin de las Rosas features 40 affordable rental units located near downtown Santa Barbara and consists of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units plus the Michael Towbes Community Center and the Jeanette Duncan Learning Center, which offer supportive services like educational programs for children and workforce preparedness for adults. Jardin de las Rosas also has a multi-purpose room, staff offices and an interior courtyard with tot lot, playground and a beautiful 60-foot-wide mural by local artists.

Ladera Street Apartments

Physical Address: 322 Ladera Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Mailing Address: 322 Ladera Street #23, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 966-7535
lad@pshhc.org

Housing for Families

In March 1999, the “Milagro de Ladera” apartment complex was transformed into a beautiful and affordable residential community. Children enjoy a fully landscaped courtyard with playground equipment, a basketball court and rose gardens. A new community room provides a convenient place for after-school programs, recreational activities, adult educational and enrichment programs.

Talents and artistry were discovered during rehabilitation of the complex. All residents have access to financial literacy, ESL, youth education, and supportive housing programs.

St. Vincent’s Garden

Physical Address: 4234 Pozzo Circle, Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Mailing Address:
(805) 967-4340
svg@pshhc.org

Housing for Families

Managed by People’s Self-Help Housing, this 75-unit affordable rental housing development features units varying in size from two to four bedrooms.

Victoria Hotel

Physical Address: 24 E. Victoria Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Mailing Address: 26 E. Victoria Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 699-7223
vh@pshhc.org

Housing for Single Room Occupants

The City of Santa Barbara approached PSHH to purchase this last Single Room Occupancy (SRO) hotel downtown. The majority of residents were very-low-income seniors, veterans, and formerly-homeless individuals. In 2001 the Victoria Hotel was purchased, and then renovated and restored to its original California Mission/Art Deco style. Improvements included, a new reception area, a community kitchen, dining area, new bathrooms and showers, and a laundry facility.

Before rehabilitation of the two-story building, including the commercial spaces on the ground level, many residents felt isolated from each other and the outside world. Now, they enjoy a better quality of life, in part due to conversations taking place during sponsor-provided meals. An onsite social worker is available for counseling, organizes job referrals, and coordinates health service for residents with physical and mental health challenges. Residents feel empowered again to go out into the community and life an active/engaged life style.

Victoria Street Bungalows I & II

Physical Address: 210 W. Victoria Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Mailing Address: 26 E. Victoria St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 883-5123
vsa@pshhc.org

Housing for Individuals & Families

Purchased in 1997, Victoria Street Bungalows consists of 10 one- and two-bedroom cottages, originally built in the 1930s and a separate 6 unit building consisting of transitional apartments, added in 2005. The units are in high demand due to their unique design and convenient location. The city continues to suffer from a housing affordability crisis reflected by high rents, overcrowding, and low vacancy rates. In 1998 the bungalows have undergone rehabilitation, including many upgrades tp the existing units, electrical systems, plumbing, flooring and much more.

SANTA MARIA

Los Adobes de Maria

Physical Address: 1026 W. Boone Street, Santa Maria, CA 93458
Mailing Address: 1026 W. Boone Street, Santa Maria, CA 93458
(805) 349-9341
ladm@pshhc.org

Housing for Farmworkers

Completed in 1995, Los Adobes de Maria is a 65 affordable two-story townhome community rented exclusively to families earning a substantial portion of their income from agricultural employment. The townhouses range from two to five bedrooms to accommodate a wide range of family sizes. Los Adobes de Maria also features the Cesar Chavez Community Building and shares community space with Los Adobes de Maria II and III, where supportive housing and education programs can be accessed.

Los Adobes de Maria II

Physical Address: 1148 W. Boone Street, Santa Maria, CA 93458
Mailing Address: 1148 W. Boone Street, Santa Maria, CA 93458
(805) 348-3823
ladm2@pshhc.org

Housing for Farmworkers

Completed in 2004, Los Adobes de Maria II is the second phase of the Los Adobes de Maria trilogy, serving farm worker families. This phase added 52 townhomes to the community. The development has been hailed as a model solution to address the lack of affordable housing for farm workers and their families. Los Adobes de Maria II was hailed for its innovative concept by USDA Rural Development.

The townhomes feature two and three bedroom rentals, a community meeting space with kitchen, health screening and treatment facility, learning center, and a new soccer field and basketball court. These amenities are available and shared by all tenants of phase I, II and III.

Los Adobes de Maria III

Physical Address: 525 South Russell Avenue, Santa Maria, CA 93458
Mailing Address:
(805) 621-7606
ladm3@pshhc.org

Housing for Farmworkers

Completed in 2018, this third phase of the Los Adobes de Maria community is PSHH’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum project and features 34 units with environmentally friendly and energy-efficient systems. Housing is exclusively for families earning a substantial portion of their income from agricultural employment. Property services provided at LADM II site across the street, include site-based educational programming with after-school tutoring for grades K-8, support for those bound for college and workforce readiness programs for adults.

Sierra Madre Cottages

Physical Address: 665 Sierra Madre Avenue, Santa Maria, CA 93454
Mailing Address: 665 Sierra Madre Avenue, Santa Maria, CA 93454
(805) 614-7739
smc@pshhc.org

Housing for Seniors (62+)

Connected by walking paths, this more than two-acre development in Santa Maria was developed in collaboration with Bethel Lutheran Church and houses residents age 62 or older. It is conveniently located near services, shopping, public transportation, and recreation facilities. The property provides a community center, communal garden, and energy efficient features such as increased insulation and tankless water heaters. Additionally, residents are able to access onsite supportive services at no cost.

Valentine Court

Physical Address: 280 E. Newlove Drive, Santa Maria, CA 93458
Mailing Address: 1760 S. McClelland St, Santa Maria, CA 93454
(805) 925-6373
vc@pshhc.org

Housing for Seniors (62+) & Individuals Living with Disabilities

Completed in 1990, these 35 garden style apartments located in Santa Maria provide residents with a comfortable and friendly atmosphere for limited income elderly residents. All apartments are equipped with an emergency call system. Valentine Court also features a commons building which includes the resident manager’s office, a laundry facility, a TV lounge, public restrooms, a recreational/meeting room, and a kitchen area. All units and common spaces were greatly enhanced during a major rehab and beautification effort in 2019.

Valentine Court II

Physical Address: 1760 S. McClelland, Santa Maria, CA 93458
Mailing Address: 1760 S. McClelland, Santa Maria, CA 93458
(805) 925-6373
vc@pshhc.org

Housing for Seniors (62+)

Completed in 1999, Valentine Court II in Santa Maria, is an 18-unit apartment complex, and the second phase of the Valentine Court development. Valentine Court II features open space areas, on-site laundry facilities, as well as recreational activities for residents.

All apartments at Valentine Court II offer the same amenities as the adjacent 35 unit Valentine Court. The two developments share onsite staff who coordinate social services programs and other recreational activities for the residents.

Valentine Court III

Physical Address: 250 E. Newlove Drive, Santa Maria, CA 93458
Mailing Address: 1760 S. McClelland St, Santa Maria, CA 93454
(805) 925-6373
vc@pshhc.org

Housing for Individuals Living with Developmental Disabilities

Completed in 2003, Valentine Court III is a 9 unit affordable rental community for  households living with disabilities. The one and two bedroom apartments are conveniently located near transportation, services and major shopping areas. The complex features a laundry facility and shares common space for community activities with the adjacent Valentine Court and Valentine Court II. On-site services such as preventative health care exams, social gatherings, movie nights and various seasonal holiday celebrations are available to all residents.

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