Housing Division

Housing Division

Dedicated to serving all members of its community, it is the mission of the Housing Division of the City of Montebello to provide Affordable Housing support, resources and opportunities.

These include:

  • Residential Rehab Opportunities
  • Community Housing Resources 
  • Economic Development Opportunities

Fair Housing Workshop for Landlords (Virtual)

Join us for a workshop for Montebello Landlords regarding fair housing laws, sources of income, disability accommodations and more.  Please RSVP to receive Zoom link and call-in number.

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2024
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Zoom

Workshop Registration

Landlord Workshop Flyer


Notice for Public Comment and Public Hearing for the Draft HUD Annual Action Plan FY 2024-2025

The combined notice can be found at the following link:  Combined Notice of Public Review-Comment Period and Public Hearing for the Draft HUD Annual Action Plan for FY 2024-2025.pdf


Public Review and Comment Period:

The draft 2024-2025 Annual Action Plan will be available for public review and comment beginning on January 29, 2024, and ending on February 28, 2024.

During the comment period, comments and/or questions may be submitted to:

Planning and Community Development Department
Attn: Rosemary Perich, Housing Manager
1600 W. Beverly Boulevard, Montebello, CA 90640
Office telephone: (323) 887-1200 Ext. 1454
Monday through Thursday, 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

Draft Annual Action Plan FY 2024-2025

FY 24-25 Annual Action Plan - DRAFT.pdf 

Attention Developers:

Fannie Mae is offering a Sponsor- Dedicated Workforce (SDW) Program for borrowers wanting to establish rent restrictions as part of a private financing approach to address the affordability crisis for missing- middle renters. Sponsor-Dedicated Workforce (SDW) Housing is designed for conventional properties and provides sponsors with favorable financing when they create or preserve rents on a minimum of 20% of the units affordable to renters earning 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) for the life of the loan. In certain high-cost markets, sponsors can create or preserve a minimum of 20% of rents affordable to those renters earning up to 100% – 120% of AMI.

 For more information please visit: Workforce Housing: Sponsor-Dedicated Workforce 


Housing Division Contacts

Rosemary Perich - Housing Manager

(323)887-1200 Ext 1454

[email protected] 


Isela Siordia - Senior Management Analyst

(323)887-1200 Ext 1318

[email protected] 



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