The Berkeley Housing Authority no longer operates 75 units of low-income public housing in 14 sites around Berkeley. These units were built in the 1980s and were geared toward larger, low-income families. Accordingly, there were 44 three-bedroom units and 31 four-bedroom units.
The Housing Authority no longer owns the units. The units are being managed by the new owner.
The Berkeley Housing Authority contracted with EJP and Overland, Pacific & Cutler, Inc. to assist with the disposition/reposition of BHA's Low Income Public Housing Units. Below are reports and informational items regarding the LIPH disposition:
3/07/2011 Resident Disposition Update
11/17/2011 Repositioning Update
4/7/11 FAQs regarding the LIPH Disposition
4/4/11 Draft LIPH Relocation Plan
4/01/11 LIPH Resident User Guide
2/1/11 3x3 Committee Meeting Agenda
12/22/10 LIPH Disposition Approval letter from HUD
4/23/10 LIPH Workshop
3/2/10 3x3 Committee Meeting
Goals and Principles
2/1/10 Frequently Asked Questions
1/25/10 Letter from HUD to Residents Awareness In Action
1/22/10 -BHA SUBMITS PLAN TO PRESERVE HOUSING SERVING LOW-INCOME FAMILIES IN THE CITY OF BERKELEY
1/21/10 LIPH Feasibility Committee Meeting Minutes
1/14/10 LIPH Feasibility Committee Meeting Minutes
12/30/09 Final Inventory Removal Application
10/26/09 Questions & Answers
10/26/09 General Information Notice
8/17/09 LIPH Committee Meeting Minutes
07/09 LIPH/RHCP Strategic Plan
Click here for a list of the scattered sites.