Housing Division

Notice: Funding for Homeless Prevention, Rapid Rehousing, and other Homeless Services

The City of Roseville is currently soliciting applications for Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Funding and other funding requests for services focused on assisting individuals and families who are homeless or at immediate risk of homelessness. There are two sources of funding that can potentially be used by applicants. The first source, low/moderate housing funds from the City’s Housing Successor to the Redevelopment Agency, can solely be used for Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing funding. The second anticipated source is from a private foundation and allows for the potential funding of a broader range of services that maintain existing critical services and address identified services gaps that are focused on assisting individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. Please note that these funds are solely for use in the City of Roseville, CA.

To review the complete Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) with additional information, please click here.

To access the funding application, please click here for the pdf and here for the fillable Word version.

Questions about the funding or this process can be directed to Danielle Foster, Housing Manager, at dfoster@roseville.ca.us or (916) 774-5446.

An applicant workshop for interested parties will be held on December 21, 2016 at 11am in the Development Services Department at Roseville Civic Center, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678.

Applications are limited to 7 pages, including attachments, and are due no later than Friday, January 13, 2017 at 5pm to the Housing Division Office at 316 Vernon Street, Suite #150, Roseville, CA 95678 (postmarks not accepted).

The mission of the Roseville Housing Division is to serve the citizens of Roseville by:

  • Providing affordable housing opportunities in a safe environment.
  • Revitalizing and maintaining neighborhoods.
  • Forming effective partnerships to maximize social and economic opportunities.

    The mission shall be accomplished by a fiscally responsible, creative organization committed to excellence in public service. 


    • 2,867 affordable units developed in the Roseville Affordable Housing Program.
    • $5,979,207 deployed into Roseville last budget year through housing, low-income community investment and service programs.
    • 1,284 individuals assisted currently by the Roseville Housing Authority.
    • 1,559 individuals assisted last year by city-assisted housing and services programs.

    Customer Quotes:

    "Having a stable home has helped me to become an "able" parent.  Because of that stability my daughter recently graduated with high honors."  Christine S.

    "City Staff are extremely  accommodating and responsive."  Leslie B., Director of Placer Independent Resources Services (PIRS)

    "Roseville Housing Authority has brought me to a place where I am now almost able to buy a home.  I got all my ducks in a row and right now I have a house in escrow."  Roy C.

    "I want to personally thank you for your professional attention to my case over the years, for I will miss you, yet, at the same time I am very happy to be free from any and all government assistance.  To stand on my own two feet is AWESOME!"  Mary M.

    Homeowners Can Qualify to Receive up to $100,000 in Mortgage Assistance through Keep Your Home California

    Despite the much-better economic outlook and job growth, many of the state's homeowners continue to struggle with their mortgage payments.

    That is where Keep Your Home California comes in, a free mortgage-assistance program, which is helping low and moderate income homeowners avoid foreclosure and remain in their homes.

  • Housing Division
    316 Vernon Street, Ste. 150
    Roseville, CA 95678
    (916) 774-5270
    (916) 774-5220 [TDD]
    (916) 746-1295 [FAX]

    Our regular hours are:
    Hours Open to the Public

    9 am - noon & 1 pm - 3 pm
    Tuesday -Thursday:
    9 am - noon & 1 pm - 5 pm
    8 am - noon 

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    Roseville/Rocklin Renters Information Requested
    The Roseville Housing Authority needs your help in maintaining current rental information. If you are a renter within Roseville or Rocklin, please fill out this Housing Survey. There are only 12 questions and the survey is completely confidential.