Housing Resources

The City of San Dimas is committed to providing quality housing programs that enhance and strengthen our community. Our mission is to address the needs of low and moderate-income residents, improve and expand the City’s housing stock, and encourage the physical and economic revitalization of the City’s neighborhoods. The City strives to form effective partnerships to maximize social and economic opportunities to serve the citizens of San Dimas.

For additional information regarding housing resources please contact the Housing Department at housing@sandimasca.gov or 909.394.6250.

Resources and Programs

San Dimas Housing List
The San Dimas Housing List (found below) includes all multi-family apartments, senior apartments, mobile home parks, and assisted living residences in San Dimas. This listing is for market-rate units.

San Dimas Housing List
Community Resources
To obtain information on shelter referral, food banks, and 24-hour hotlines for social service, mental health, and child/adult protective services please contact 211 LA County. 211 LA County is a 24 hour/ 7 days a week social service hotline. Contact a resource specialist at 2-1-1 or 800.339.6993, or visit their website.

AB1482 – Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (Rent Control)

Bill Text
Fact Sheet

Tax Programs

Assessor’s Tax Saving Programs
Learn about the variety of tax saving programs offered through the Los Angeles County Assessor’s Office.

Quick Guide to Trusts and Tax Savings
Learn how trusts impact property taxes and reassessment of property in order to avoid common and costly mistakes.

Useful Websites

Los Angeles County Online
This website provides a summary of county social service programs designed to help person and families in need.

Healthy City
This is an online community resource and mapping tool of services available to low-income, underserved families.

Affordable Housing

To obtain information on programs such as Section 8 please contact the County of Los Angeles Community Development Authority (CDA) at (626) 262-4510. You must contact the CDA to get on the waiting list. It may take up to five years or more until the CDA contacts you to complete an application. For this reason, it is important that you get on the waiting list as soon as you can.

There is also more information on finding a home or apartment to rent provided by the Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center. Visit their website http://housing.lacounty.gov/ for more information.

Foreclosure Assistance

Homeownership Preservation Foundation
The Homeownership Preservation Foundation, a national non-profit counseling organization offers foreclosure assistance. The mission of this foundation is to preserve homeownership through budget and credit counseling, housing support, and offering solutions to avoid foreclosure. Counseling sessions are provided in collaboration with local agencies that have undergone extensive training and are certified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Homeownership Preservation Foundation hotline: (888) 995-4673.

If you are a renter who has been displaced due to your landlord losing your home to foreclosure there is assistance available through the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs – (800) 593-8222. They will give you information on tenants’ rights and financial assistance programs available to you.
Mobile Home Accord
Mobile homes in San Dimas are regulated by the San Dimas Mobile Home Accord which establishes the maximum amount of rent a park owner can charge. The current Accord runs from June 1, 2021 through June 30, 2026.  The Accord provides for the maximum annual rent increase to be no less than 3.0 percent and no greater than the percent change in the annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) for All Urban Consumers, the Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County Statistical area published by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. In no event can the annual rent increase amount be greater than 7 percent. Management may elect to have an increase less than the maximum. If the rent increase exceeds the maximum, please notify the City or the park owner in violation of the Accord. The Mobile Home Accord is found below.

Notice of  Rent Increase :  The management shall give a homeowner written notice of any increase in his or her rent at least 90 days before the date of increase. (MRL Section 798.30)

Mobile Home Accord
Consumer Price Index (CPI) Information

For more information, please contact the Housing Division at 909.394.6250 or by email at housing@sandimasca.gov