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Fresno Housing Authority
The Fresno Housing Authority joint boards of commissioners make decisions that govern Fresno Housing, which provides housing for nearly 50,000 low-income residents throughout Fresno County. Fresno Housing is governed by 14 commissioners, seven of whom are appointed as city commissioners and seven as county commissioners.
Meetings usually occur at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 1260 Fulton Street in Fresno. They are also available to join by Zoom.
Who are the Fresno Housing Commissioners:
Adrian Jones, Chairperson Stacy Vaillancourt, Vice Chair
For the first time since 2019, the interest list for the Housing Choice Voucher program will open soon, plus infill infrastructure funding could be coming to downtown , and Fresno Housing approves sale of historic Helm Home.
The Fresno Housing Authority joint boards of commissioners met on January 24, 2023 to discuss the Mixed Finance Budget and approved several items, including a construction contract for Heritage Estates and an MOU with the SEIU Local 521.
The commissioners moved forward the acquisition of the former California Department of Water Resources building on Shields Avenue, approved acceptance of a $3 million loan from the City of Fresno for Avalon Commons, and moved forward preliminary discussions with EOC to develop a youth center at Esperanza Commons in Mendota.
The commissioners approved a $3.9 million contract and extended an emergency housing agreement for five years, learned about proposed upgrades for properties throughout the Valley and heard concerns about residents losing their housing when entering rehab.