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Tracy PAL Gym Welcomes Boxers After 2-year COVID closure

Tracy Police Sgt. Richard Graham said that the COVID-19 pandemic had disrupted the Tracy Police Activities League gym. Still, they weren’t giving up as boxers returned to the ring for the gym’s grand reopening on Saturday following the 2-year closure. “Boxers are supposed to be resilient; you are supposed to fall and get back up. That’s what our program is doing,” Graham said. “We took a fall, but we’re standing back up like Coach Guillermo said: back and better than ever.” Coach Guillermo Aragon was one of the first coaches who aided in opening the PAL gym at 311 West St. in 2018.

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LEARN MORESONORA SQUARE BREAKING NEW GROUNDOn June 1st, HACSJ and San Joaquin Behavioral Health broke ground for the development of Sonora Square.
These apartments will provide 37 planned one-bedroom units for those experiencing homelessness.

AFFORDABLE HOMES AT RISK

Thousands of low-income seniors, families, and individuals are at risk of rent hikes
and eviction if nothing is done to preserve at-risk affordable rental homes.

On Thursday, March 10th at 10:00 AM, join California Housing Partnership to discuss with nonprofits working
on the ground to ensure affordable homes are not lost as the need for them grows.

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See the key findings of California Housing
Partner's
report for San Joaquin County's
housing needs and funding.

San Joaquin County 2022

Affordable Housing Needs Report

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6,000 units were added to the state’s supply of interim and permanent housing
in under six months through the renovation of hotels and motels.

Find out more by reading article linked below.

Addressing Homelessness Through Hotel Conversions

Victory Gardens, Permanent Supportive Housing
for Veterans Now Under Construction!

The Housing Authority of San Joaquin and the County of San Joaquin are
pleased to announce that major funding required for this $27 million project
is completed after a recent $19.6 million award in federal tax credits.

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SAVE YOUR SPOT!

We are updating our affordable housing waiting lists.

If you have a current application on one or more affordable housing waiting lists,
you are required to update your application(s).

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ATTENTION LANDLORDS
OF SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY

THE COMMUNITY NEEDS YOU

Landlord incentives are available to provide housing
for homeless families, homeless Veterans, and families at-risk of homelessness.

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Emergency Housing Vouchers
Available for Qualifying Households

HACSJ will begin accepting referrals effective June 1, 2021
through 2-1-1 San Joaquin County for rental assistance vouchers.

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California's
Roadmap
Home

The Roadmap Home 2030 is a
bold, long-term plan to create the
future we want for California.

Rental Assistance Available for
Transitional/Homeless Households

HACSJ has begun accepting referrals to issue vouchers to provide permanent
rental assistance to up to 100 families and individuals.

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California Job Seekers Found New
Careers with Help from a Rent
Relief Program.

Conway Homes public housing resident Pandora Crowder sits at
her apartment in Stockton on Thursday, March 4, 2021, and shares
how her experience with the Jobs-Plus initiative in Stockton
allowed her to save money on rent while job-seeking.

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Read the whole article on The Sacramento Bee news site:

View California Housing Partnership's
new 2021 Report now.

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Despite $100 million in recent investments,
many of the state’s farmworkers live in
cramped, unsafe conditions.

Read Gosia Wozniacka's article on Civil Eats
to learn more.

Farmworkers Bear the Brunt
of California’s Housing Crisis

This special opportunity, dubbed Row & Rise Together, will bring
the full-body, low-impact sport to youth in the public housing complex,
with assistance from Delta Sculling Center.

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Sierra Vista Partnering
with Boys & Girls Club
for Exciting Opportunity

HEAP Funds at Work

New Homes for the Homeless Available as of January 2021

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Rental/Mortgage
Assistance Program

STRUGGLING TO MAKE HOUSING PAYMENTS
DUE TO COVID-19? THERE IS HELP.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT
WWW.STOCKTONCA.GOV/HOUSING

Turnpike Commons

The Housing Authority County of San Joaquin, STAND Affordable Housing,
Central Valley Housing and Stockton Shelter for the Homeless are developing
in partnership critically needed homeless housing using manufactured homes
in Stockton!

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Crossway Residences

The Housing Authority received funding from San Joaquin County Behavioral
Health Services to renovate the Authority's former administrative buildings.
The project is a collaboration of Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funding
which provided capital dollars for an adaptive reuse development converting
formerly commercial buildings into 26 studio apartments.

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Affordable Housing Wait Lists

Now Open

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Project-based voucher rental assistance for seniors, disabled,
and family households for specific properties.

Applications will be accepted online only.

Sierra Vista Phase l & ll

As Sierra Vista Phase l nears completion, phase ll
can be seen rising out of the ground. Phase l & ll will provide
much needed new homes for the residents of our community.

PHASE IPHASE II
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Sierra Vista Phase l Ribbon Cutting and Phase ll
Groundbreaking Celebration. Ribbon Cutting event
was held at the new Sierra Vista Community Center,
Thank you to all that joined us in celebrating.

Sierra Vista Phase I
Ribbon Cutting

Cottage Village
Senior Apartments

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The Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) and San Joaquin County
will open the wait list for Cottage Village Apartments; an affordable housing property
for seniors only (age 62 or older) beginning on November 6, 2019 at 8:00am.

Cottage Village Senior Apartments is located in Manteca, CA. Cottage Village
consists of 48 one and two bedroom apartments, 42 of which will be fully ADA
accessible. The Housing Authority will provide Project-based rental assistance.

Giving Tuesday
is Today!

Donate to HACSJ's scholarship fund to
provide post-secondary scholarships
for students living in affordable housing
with zero administrative costs.

Give Today
Golf for Education Classic Tournament from Housing Authority County of San Joaquin.

Golf for Education Classic

Thank you for joining us and making our 11th annual golf tournament
fundraiser a huge success. To date our annual fundraiser helps to
provide scholarship opportunities to local residents in affordable
housing. With your contributions and support, we have awarded
over $100,000 in scholarship awards to 95 participants.

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Housing Emergency Update

Renters in San Joaquin County need to earn $25.69 per hour 2 times the
state minimum wage to afford the average monthly asking rent of $1,336.

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Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Stockton’s Newest Affordable Housing Community

On Wednesday, a ribbon-cutting event took place to celebrate the completion of the third phase of the new and affordable Crossway Residences project to support those in need. The Housing Authority County of San Joaquin (HACSJ) and the San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services (SJCBHS) partnered together to convert former HACSJ’s administrative offices into studio apartments for the clients of SJCBHS.

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