Vallejo Housing Authority

Vallejo Housing Authority


The Vallejo Housing Authority (VHA) administers the Housing Choice Voucher Program, which provides rental subsidy assistance to low-income families and individuals. Our goal is to provide innovative programs and services in accordance with our mission to improve the living environments and the quality of life for the low and moderate-income families residing within Vallejo's diverse communities. The City of Vallejo promotes fair housing and makes all programs available to families regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual preference, marital status, or disability. Through exceptional customer service, we exercise our core values of fiscal responsibility, innovation, respect, support, and teamwork to encourage success and to show our community, families, and owners that we care.

The VHA also offers various other programs to facilitate improving the quality of life of families of Vallejo. These programs include our Project-Based Voucher Program, Family Self-Sufficiency Program, VASH, and a Section 8 Homeownership Program which are available to participants in the Housing Choice Voucher program.

To review the VHA's Five-Year Plan , click here.
To view the VHA's Administrative Plan, click here
To view the VHA's Utility Allowance, click here.

It is the policy of the Vallejo Housing Authority to provide reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities, so that they may fully access and utilize the housing program and related services. The Housing Authority must be allowed reasonable time to evaluate all requests. The hearing impaired may call the California Relay Service at (800) 735-2922 without a TTY/TDD, or (800) 735-2929 with a TTY/TDD. LaTanya Terrones is the Section 504 Coordinator. Please contact Ms. Terrones, Housing Specialist Supervisor, at (707) 648-4359 for further information.


  • On June 27, 2019, the City Manager signed an emergency proclamation that will prevent price gouging and cap rental increases at 10%, consistent with the executive order issued by Governor Brown in 2017.  With this emergency proclamation in effect as of June 27, landlords are prohibited from raising rents more than 10 percent annually and, if they do, they may be criminally prosecuted. This action taken by the City prevents any increases of over 10% at both Strawberry Hill and Holiday Gardens, as well as the other properties contemplating increases beyond 10 percent. Read the full Press Release here
  • Click here to view the Reliant Group Management's Notice to Tenants of Strawberry Hill Apartments and Holiday Gardens Apartments.
  • We are inviting developers and owners of property within the Vallejo City limits to submit proposals for the Section 8 Project-Based Voucher Program. Please click here for the official notice. Proposals must be received on or before August 1, 2019 at 4:00 PDT. 
  • The VHA waiting lists for the Housing Choice Voucher and Project-Based Voucher Programs are closed. Click here to check the status of your waiting list application.
  • The VHA will be holding a public hearing on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 6:45 p.m. at the City Council Chambers of City Hall, 555 Santa Clara Street, regarding the Fiscal Year 2019-20 VHA Annual Plan. Click here for the notice and here for the Annual Plan. 
The Vallejo Housing Authority was established by City Council Resolution No. 27822 N.S. on June 8, 1942. The Authority establishes its own by-laws. Authority members consist of the members of the Council and two Tenant Commissioners.


Bob Sampayan, Chair
Katy Miessner, Vice Chair
Hakeem Brown
Pippin Dew
Robert McConnell
Hermie Sunga
Rozanna Verder-Aliga
Margie Verdan, Tenant Commissioner
VACANT, Tenant Commissioner

The Vallejo Housing Authority Questionnaire must be completed and submitted to the City Clerk's office, 555 Santa Clara Street, 3rd Floor, Vallejo.