Posts Tagged ‘ Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara ’

Happily Ever After: Graduates of Self-sufficiency Program Celebrated with Major Community Partners

Happily Ever After: Graduates of Self-sufficiency Program Celebrated with Major Community Partners

SANTA BARBARA — At 43, James Coronado is on the road to advancing his career in education, having recently earned his master’s degree from Antioch University. And surrounded by his wife and children, Coronado celebrated yet another graduation Oct. 19 as community leaders recognized him and 12 others for their completion of Housing Authority...
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Housing Authority Welcomes New Board Commissioners Dave Gustafson, Pat Wheatley

Housing Authority Welcomes New Board Commissioners Dave Gustafson, Pat Wheatley

SANTA BARBARA — The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara is pleased to announce that Dave Gustafson and Patricia “Pat” Wheatley have been appointed to its Board of Commissioners. As retired Housing and Redevelopment Manager and Assistant Community Development Director for the City of Santa Barbara, Dave Gustafson holds extensive experience in...
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Union Bank Donation Brings ‘Tools for School’ to 350 Local Children in Need

Union Bank Donation Brings ‘Tools for School’ to 350 Local Children in Need

2nd Story Associates and Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara host back-to-school event and announce new initiative SANTA BARBARA — Thanks to a generous donation from the local branch of Union Bank, the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara and its nonprofit affiliate 2nd Story Associates presented approximately 350 school-age children...
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First Santa Barbara Renovation Completed Under Funding Program to Preserve Affordable Housing for Local Families

First Santa Barbara Renovation Completed Under Funding Program to Preserve Affordable Housing for Local Families

Pearl Gardens is one of two affordable family housing properties that the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara recently completed. SANTA BARBARA — As an early adopter of a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program designed to keep affordable housing units from converting to market-rate housing, the Housing Authority of...
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Hundreds Visit Community Health Fair at Franklin Neighborhood Center

Hundreds Visit Community Health Fair at Franklin Neighborhood Center

SANTA BARBARA – Hundreds of community members and families came through a free Community Health Fair sponsored by The Health Access and Care Coordination Project on Saturday, Feb. 25 to take part in a variety of services, from screenings to group fitness classes. Co-hosted by the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara...
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New Affordable Housing for Seniors Breaks Ground

New Affordable Housing for Seniors Breaks Ground

SANTA BARBARA — After 113 years in the Santa Barbara community, Grace Lutheran Church began a new chapter on Jan. 5 with a groundbreaking to celebrate the start of construction of Grace Village, a new housing community for low-income seniors. Held at the Grace Village construction site (in the parking lot of Grace Lutheran Church)...
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El Carrillo Affordable Housing Development Celebrates 10 Years of Housing the Homeless

El Carrillo Affordable Housing Development Celebrates 10 Years of Housing the Homeless

SANTA BARBARA — The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara (HACSB) celebrated the 10th Anniversary of El Carrillo, the first development of its kind in Santa Barbara to offer permanent, affordable housing with supportive services for homeless individuals. El Carrillo was completed and opened to residents in September 2006, with onsite supportive...
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‘El Proximo Paso’ Event Provides College Information to Spanish-speaking Parents and Teens

‘El Proximo Paso’ Event Provides College Information to Spanish-speaking Parents and Teens

SANTA BARBARA — The young members of the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara’s Teen Night program recently hosted an innovative event to address what they had identified as the most pressing challenge for Santa Barbara teens – information and support to access higher education. The group applied for a grant through The...
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Affordable Housing for Families Preserved in Santa Barbara

Affordable Housing for Families Preserved in Santa Barbara

SANTA BARBARA — The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara recently invited community leaders and partners to celebrate the renovation kick-off for the Pearl Gardens and Sycamore Gardens family housing properties with a tour of old and newly rehabbed units. Escrow for the properties closed on March 23, 2016. Renovations are still...
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Santa Barbara: Housing Authority opens new affordable housing development

Santa Barbara: Housing Authority opens new affordable housing development

SANTA BARBARA — The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara, community leaders and invited guests celebrated the grand opening – and ahead-of-schedule completion – of the Bradley Studios, the organization reported in a media release. Since January, the Housing Authority has been constructing their newest development, creating 54 new affordable housing units to...
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