- City of Redwood City Community Centers
- Fair Oaks Community Center Human Services
- The Fair Oaks Community Center is a multi-service facility offering a variety of services to the broader Redwood City community. Services are offered by a combination of City staff and representatives from public and private non-profit agencies. Services are available in Spanish and English.
- Basic Human Needs and Core Services (PDF)
- Fair Oaks Resource Services
Bradford Request for Proposals (RFP)
Housing Rehabilitation & Repair Programs
CDBG & HOME Grant Programs
- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) & Home Investment Partnership (HOME)
The City of Redwood City is pleased to announce the availability of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership (HOME) and Human Services Financial Assistance (HSFA) program funds for eligible projects. Proposals for these grant fund sources will be accepted from organizations providing assistance to low-income households residing within Redwood City that meet one or more of the City’s Consolidated Plan priorities relating to affordable housing, public facilities, human services and economic development activities that create jobs for low-income persons. Click below to view more information:
Please contact Teri Chin at (650) 780-7510 or at TChin@redwoodcity.org for the HSFA application materials.
- 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan
The City of Redwood City is preparing the 2018-2022 Consolidated Plan for the use of federal housing and community development funds.
These funds are available for elements such as affordable housing, home rehabilitation, homeless services and public facilities improvement, as well to support social service programs. Community input is critical to shaping how these funds will be used over the next five years.
Please contact Cindy Avila at (650) 780-7229 or firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain copies or submit comments.
Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH)Each year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides block grants to states, urban counties and large cities for community development and housing activities. States and qualifying counties and cities choose how to invest those dollars to meet their needs, within certain parameters. For example, the investments must assist low to moderate income households or low-income neighborhoods.
Visit this website link to read more about the AFH: http://housing.smcgov.org/about-afh
Visit the website link below to view the flyers, community engagement calendar, community meetings and to participate in an AFH survey: http://housing.smcgov.org/get-involved