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HUD Proposed Rule

The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) opposes the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) proposed rule that would prohibit ineligible immigrants from living in HUD-subsidized housing or receiving rental assistance and has voiced its opposition to Congress. The proposed HUD rule threatens the housing stability of thousands of immigrant families that legally reside in public and Section 8 housing and will further increase the panic, fear, and confusion among immigrant communities. 

If you are a current ineligible immigrant applicant or participant of public or Section 8 housing, the Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs provides various resources to the immigrant community. 

The LACDA is watching the proposed rule closely and will provide updates to residents if there are any changes.

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County Initiatives


 rent-stabilization-picture   Effective December 20, 2018, the County of Los Angeles' Board of Supervisors implemented a temporary Rent Stabilization Ordinance for eligible rental units in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. To learn more, please review the fact sheets below, or click here for additional details.
General Information | Information for Tenants
 
   
SDU final    funding final 

Are you a homeowner looking to participate in the County's Second Dwelling Unit pilot program?  Learn More

 

Measure H is estimated to generate $355 million annually for services to combat homelessness. 
Learn More  | Measure H Quarterly Update


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