BURBANK HOUSING CORPORATION (BHC)
The Burbank Housing Corporation (BHC) is a local non-profit developer that owns and manages over 300 affordable housing units in Burbank. BHC’s mission is to preserve, rehabilitate and develop new affordable housing opportunities in Burbank and to provide a safe, service-enriched environment for residents in our communities. To learn more about the Burbank Housing Corporation, please visit their website at www.burbankhousingcorp.org.
As a private non-profit housing developer, BHC maintains its own waiting list. For more information on the current waiting list, unit availability, and/or eligibility criteria, please click here Moderate Income Flyer or contact BHC at (818) 559-2336.
BHC FAMILY & CHILD CARE CENTERS
The Burbank Housing Corporation manages two nationally accredited child development centers that provide both child care and pre-kindergarten programs. Both centers currently have openings in their pre-kindergarten classrooms.
Peter McGrath Child Development Center & Mary Alice O'Connor Family Center
Through various development partnerships, the City of Burbank currently has 1,084 affordable senior housing units. Each complex maintains its own waiting list. For more information please contact the property. A downloadable list of "Affordable Senior Housing" has been included on this webpage for your use.
Federal Section 8 Program
The Housing Authority administers the Federal Section 8 Rental Assistance Program funded by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This Program provides rent subsidy payments directly to landlords on behalf of eligible tenants. The Program is responsible for over 1,000 Section 8 Vouchers for households whose incomes fall below 50% of the median household income in Los Angeles County. For additional information on the Program please call (818) 238-5160.
The Section 8 Waiting List in Burbank is closed.
Click here for the Section 8 Program Administrative Plan
AB 987 Affordable Housing Database
In accordance with the requirements of AB 987, passed by the California State Legislature, a worksheet describing existing, new and substantially rehabilitated housing developed or otherwise assisted with monies from the former Redevelopment Agency’s Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund, including units counted to meet inclusionary and replacement housing obligations, is posted below for public review. Please be aware that this is only a record of affordable housing that has been assisted with Low and Moderate Income Housing Funds; it is not a listing of currently available housing.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the launch of an exciting national Public Service Advertising campaign to promote the Making Home Affordable (MHA) Program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure. Homeowners are encouraged to visit MakingHomeAffordable.gov or call the Homeowner’s HOPE Hotline at (888) 995-HOPE (4673) to determine if they are eligible for the Program and to understand their options.
Utility Assistance Program
As post-holiday bills arrive in mailboxes this month, some families will be faced with tough financial decisions, struggling to make payments in a difficult economy. Southern California Gas Co. (The Gas Company) urges customers to take advantage of the utility’s assistance programs -- programs that can help reduce winter heating bills and increase energy efficiency. Customers can enroll in the assistance programs or request payment arrangements by visiting The Gas Company’s Web site, or calling The Gas Company toll-free at (800) 427-2200 or (800) 342-4545 in Spanish. For more information, please read the following press release:
The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has issued Notice PIH 2011-22 Promotion of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) as an environmentally-sound, economical and effective means to address a major resident concern (click here for PIH 2011-22) so that landlords are aware of, and take measures necessary for the prevention or eradication of pest infestations in accordance with federal regulations. Property owners, landlords, and property managers that rent to Section 8 Program participants should make themselves familiar with this notice, and take actions accordingly for the prevention or eradication of pest infestations. For further information on this Notice, please contact Leroy Ferguson at (202) 402-2411 or email at Leroy.Ferguson@hud.gov, or contact the Los Angeles HUD field office at (213) 894-8000, Fax: (213) 894-8110, TTY: (213) 894-8133 if you have any questions or require additional information.