If you have questions regarding fair housing rights, please contact the Housing Rights Center at 1-800-477-5977.
California Tenants – A Guide To Residential Tenants’ And Landlords’ Rights and Responsibilities
The Family Self-Sufficiency Program is designed to assist families currently receiving Section 8 rental assistance from the City of Culver City. This five year program offers families with access to job training, educational workshops, and social services to prepare for careers that will assist the family in raising their income level where a housing subsidy is no longer necessary.
For further information, please contact: Culver City Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator, Christina Stoffers at (310) 253-5989 or by email.
In coordination with the Committee on Homelessness, the Housing Division of the Community Development Department has created a Homeless Resource Guide and it is now available to all residents and businesses in Culver City. The resource guide provides referral information for Crisis Lines, Food Programs, Homeless Shelters & Services, Legal Services, Medical & Mental Health Programs, and Substance Abuse Programs.
Learn about the housing quality standards which all units must meet as part of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program to provide decent, safe and sanitary” housing at an affordable cost to low-income families.
The Landlord-Tenant Mediation Board was established by the City Council in 1981 to offer voluntary mediation services to the tenant-landlord community. Those services were extended on May 20, 1987 by Title 15.09 of the Culver City Municipal Code to provide mandatory “good faith” mediation of rental disputes relating to rent increases in Culver City.
Globe – Through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles, construction of 10 new homes will begin in the summer of 2017. View the Site Plan. If you need additional information, please contact Tevis Barnes at (310) 253-5780.
The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is financed by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide rent subsidies in the form of housing assistance payments (HAP) to private Landlords on behalf of extremely low, very low-income individuals/families, senior citizens, and person with disabilities.
For information regarding the Section 8 program, please select below: