Thank you for your interest in the Section 8 rental assistance program. Section 8 is a highly successful federally funded program. By providing rental subsidies directly to property owners, Section 8 does not create a large bureaucracy through the construction, maintenance, and management of housing. We encourage you to read the Section 8 Owner Booklet. It is a thorough description of the procedures and policies of the Norwalk Housing Authority. In this booklet, you will learn about how to select a Section 8 tenant and what to expect during the inspection. We value your participation, so please do not hesitate to call us at (562) 929-5588 if you ever have any questions about the program.
Financial Assistance for Property Owners who Rent to Low Income Tenants
If you rent to a Section 8 tenant and/or other low income tenants, you may be eligible for financial assistance to make repairs or energy upgrades to your property.
Click here for information about the City's rental rehabilitation program for 1 to 4 unit rental properties.
SoCal Gas offers an energy upgrade rebate program that can save you money. Click here for more information.
Security Deposit Assistance Program
Exciting news! The Housing Authority will be offering Section 8 voucher holders and the homeless with payment of their security deposits. This program has limited funded and will be available on a first come, first served basis. We encourage landlords to read more about the program by reading the March 2016 issue of the "Housing Hotline." The program does not allow certain terms in the lease. For a list of prohibited lease terms, click here.
Housing Hotline Newsletter
Periodically, the Housing Authority publishes the "Housing Hotline" to educate and inform participating landlords. Check here for the latest issues.
Pest Control and Bed Bug Information: http://www.pestworld.org/pest-control-help/pest-control-faqs/bed-bugs/
Integrated Pest Management--A Guide for Affordable Housing--We hope you will use this guide to implement integrated pest management (IPM) at your property. While the materials are designed for public housing authority (PHA) management and owners/agents of affordable housing, anyone can use the principles outlined here to integrate IPM practices into a residential pest management strategy. The complete guide and additional resources are available at www.stoppests.org