This is the 2014 list of all affordable units in Sonoma County published by the Sonoma County Housing Authority (www.sonoma-county.org/cdc/housingauth.htm)

Burbank Housing: the county's largest non-profit affordable housing developer and manager. You can find Burbank online at www.burbankhousing.org . Go to the website to find the most up-to-date forms.


The Sonoma County Housing Authority/Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program
The housing authority administers the federal housing choice voucher program. You can find it online at
www.sonoma-county.org/cdc/housingauth.htm All initial applications for the waiting list must be made online.



This is the update form you must submit to the Housing Authority if you are on the Section 8 waiting list and your circumstances change--for example, if you add someone to your household or you change your address. Cureently, all updates to the list must be submitted on paper.



This is the County's administrative plan. It explains the rules and procedures of the housing choice voucher program

Home-sharing

This is a 2011 COTS-created do-it-yourself booklet about how to find and screen shared housing partners and how to thrive with them. There is a chapter on living with family, and an appendix with useful forms and checklists.


Eden Housing
www.edenhousing.org
This is the website for Eden Housing, which manages several affordable housing complexes in Sonoma County.
PEP Housing
www.pephousing.org
This is the website for Petaluma Ecumenical Properties, which manages several affordable housing complexes in Petaluma and one in Kentfield. Most of their apartments are for seniors, but PEP does have a few rental units for disabled people.


Senior Housing
This is Sonoma County's guide to affordable housing for seniors.