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This website was updated on:
November 20, 2015


Welcome to the Upland Housing Authority

Our Mission

The mission of the Upland Housing Authority is to be the area's affordable housing of choice, to provide and maintain safe, quality housing in a cost-effective manner, and to partner with others to offer rental assistance and other related services to the community in a nondiscriminatory manner.


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Upland Housing Authority’s
Section 8 Waiting List is Closed

If you applied, you can check the status of your pre-application online at


If you need to update your contact information (address, telephone number, household size, annual income, or email address) click here.

Updated 4/1/2015



The Housing Authority of the City of Upland's (UHA) proposed 2016 Agency Plan (Annual Plan), proposed changes to the Section 8 and Public Housing program policies, 2016 Capital Fund plan, and Capital Fund Program Five Year Action plan are available for review.  The Public Comment period to provide feedback for these proposed plans and policies is from November 20, 2015 through January 5, 2016 (4:30p.m.).  These proposed plans and policies will be voted on by UHA's Board of Commissioners at the regular meeting on January 11, 2016, following a public hearing.  

Go to "About UHA" page to review and/or to comment on the proposed 2016 Annual Plan, or proposed Section 8 and Public Housing policy changes.

The Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program Administrative Plan establishes the policies that govern UHA's Section 8 program.  The Public Housing Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) establishes the policies that govern the Public Housing Program.  The proposed policies will become effective on April 1, 2016 if approved by the UHA Board of Commissioners at the regular meeting on January 11, 2016.

Go to "About UHA" page to review and/or comment on the proposed 2016 Capital Fund plan and Capital Fund Program Five Year Action Plan.

Each year UHA receives a Capital Fund Grant from the federal government to help support capital improvement projects at its Los Olivos public housing site.  Capital Fund grants also help support program management and other administrative activities. The proposed plans will be submitted to HUD if approved by the UHA Board of Commissioners at the regular meeting on January 11, 2016.



UHA Assists Visitors by Appointment Only

UHA can see visitors by appointment only, but you can use this website to access the information you need!

Schedule an appointment if you need to see your worker.

Be sure to  schedule an appointment before visiting the UHA offices. Current Section 8 and Public Housing participants can schedule an appointment by phone, by e-mail, or by submitting a “Request For Appointment”.  

Paperwork can be mailed in or dropped off during business hours.

A drop-box is available in the UHA lobby. Please note: you will not be able to see your worker when dropping off paperwork unless you have an appointment.

Forms are available 24 hours a day on this website.

Visit the forms pages forms for Applicants, Participants, and Property Owners/Managers to download the forms you need. Forms are also available in the client self-service area of UHA's lobby during regular business hours.

Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) Housing Assistance Payments to Landlords

Monthly HAP payments are scheduled to be made no later than the 5th day of each month.

Direct Deposit for Section 8 Property Owners and Managers is Available

UHA is pleased to announce that the convenience of direct deposit is available for Section 8 property owners.  Want to sign up or learn more?  Check out our Direct Deposit Information page.

Section 8 and Public Housing Waiting Lists are Closed
The waiting lists for the Section 8 and Public Housing programs are now closed.  There are more families on the waiting lists than UHA will be able to assist in the near future, and no applications will be accepted until further notice.  Please check back periodically for updated information about the waiting lists.

UHA Has Gone Green with Online Newsletters for Section 8!

The UHA Bulletin Newsletter for Section 8 property managers and participants is now available online only.  The newsletter for UHA's Public Housing residents, the Los Olivos News, is also available online.  Click here to view current and archived newsletters.

The Enterprise Income Verification System (EIV):

A Tool For Tracking Debts Owed and Terminations of Former Section 8 and Public Housing Participants.  Click here

The Violence Against Women Act

Click here to learn what Landlords Should Know About the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Waiting List

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Housing Authority of the City of Upland, California

1200 N. Campus Avenue, Upland, California  91786
(909) 982-2649 Telephone    |    (909) 982-0237 Facsimile