Alameda County Housing and Community Development
The Housing and Community Development Department (HCD) plays a lead role in the development of housing and programs to serve the county's low and moderate income households, homeless, and disabled populations. HCD maintains and expands housing opportunities for low--and moderate--income persons and families in the county by: Preserving the county's housing stock through rehabilitation and repair assistance programs. Expanding the supply of affordable housing for lower income renters and owners, including first-time homebuyers. Serving the needs of the homeless community as the lead agency in the countywide homeless collaborative and partnering with homeless service providers. Revitalizing low-income neighborhoods by installing sidewalks and public accessibility improvements, and by constructing neighborhood-serving facilities.