FOR OVER 75 YEARS, the Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) has provided and advocated for safe, affordable, and attractive living environments for low-income working families, elderly, and disabled residents of San Joaquin County.
We are governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners and have a dynamic workforce of 76 employees. This diverse and dedicated team blends innovation with decades of experience resulting in successful programs that continue to build a brighter future.
HACSJ oversees a 50+ million dollar budget, resulting in significant economic benefit to our local economy. Through a variety of federal, state, and local affordable housing programs, as well as partnerships with other agencies and businesses, we are currently sheltering and assisting approximately 19,000 people in San Joaquin County.
We own and manage:
- 1,012 public housing units
- 81 market-rate units
- 31 year-round farmworker units
- 285 seasonal agricultural migrant housing units
- Allocation of 5,080 housing choice vouchers, including 13 households that participate in Homeownership Voucher options
In collaboration with our partners, we serve our residents with employment and educational opportunities, referrals, utility assistance, and recreational opportunities for our youth. As steadfast stewards of the communities of San Joaquin County, we advocate every day on behalf of our residents to create opportunities for improved health, education, and life.