The income limits for City of San Jose’s services financed with Federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds (covering CDBG, ESG and HOPWA program funds) are listed below. Examples of these services include homeless assistance services, youth services and senior services.
|Funding / Assistance Source||Program Name and Description||Income Limits||Income Limits Source|
|CDBG||Rehabilitation Projects and Services||2019 HUD Income Limits||HUD*|
|HOME**||Tenant Based Rental Assistance||2018 HOME Income Limits||HUD*|
|HOPWA***||Rental Assistance||2019 HUD Income Limits||HUD*|
|ESG****||Services for Homeless Individuals|
HUD: Department of Housing and Urban Development
** For new construction of multi-family rental units funded through the HOME program, please visit our HOME Program page
*** Low-income persons (at or below 80 percent of area median income) who are medically diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and their families are eligible to receive HOPWA-funded assistance
**** ESG program eligibility is determined by homeless status, rather than income
If you have any questions, please contact Robert Lopez for further assistance.