Affordable Housing Programs

The Housing Division administers programs that create housing opportunities for Stockton residents with down payment assistance, emergency repairs, and neighborhood improvements.

Down Payment Assistance Program

The City of Stockton assists low-income and moderate-income families in meeting their housing needs.  Home ownership helps revitalize neighborhoods, maintains safe and pleasant living environments, and stimulates the local economy. 

This Down Payment Assistance Program is designed to assist families in purchasing their first home. 


The City of Stockton works directly with the lender. 

Persons interested in the program should contact their lenders to make sure they qualify.


Down Payment Assistance Program Forms


Emergency Repair Program 

The Emergency Repair Program was designed to provide a one-time emergency repair assistance to low-income property owners.  Properties with one owner over the age of 65 or with special needs may be eligible for a grant.


Repairs are limited to corrections of code violations listed in official documents issued by the City, the Fire Marshal, or the Health Officer stating the code violations present an imminent danger to life, limb, property, or safety of the public or occupants.


The City is now accepting applications for this program. 

Funds for the program are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 



Single Family Housing Repair Loan Program

The Single Family Housing Repair Loan Program provides financial assistance to low-income homeowners for substantial interior and exterior repairs.  This loan program helps bring the property up to California and local building code standards.


Eligible participants are limited to owner-occupied, single family homes or two-units on a lot with one of the units occupied by the eligible owner.  The property must be located within Stockton city limits.


General Terms for Single Family Housing Repair Loan Program (as of 12/5/2008)

Loans are provided at one percent (1%) simple interest, assumable by qualified low-income buyers or heirs, and due upon the sale of property or transfer of ownership.


For additional information, please contact the Housing Division.



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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 5/12/2015