Los Angeles County Development Authority

Administers the County's housing and community development programs, such as economic development, business revitalization, and enterprise zones. Operates low-income housing programs including: more than 3,000 public and affordable rental units; approximately 22,000 Housing Choice Vouchers for rent subsidies; and financing and technical assistance to non-profit and for-profit developers of affordable housing. The Commission also makes federal Community Development Block Grant funds available for projects and programs as well as offering grants and loans to first-time homebuyers and to low-income homeowners to rehabilitate their properties.

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Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers
Public and Affordable Housing Units
CDBG Funds

"Our vision remains focused on serving you with your housing and community development needs, as we work to fulfill our mission to Build Better LIves and Better Neighborhoods."

Emilio Salas

Executive Director

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