About the LACDA's Housing Resources
Public and Affordable Housing - The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) manages 2,962 units of public housing at 63 sites throughout Los Angeles County. Additionally, the LACDA manages 267 units at five affordable sites throughout Los Angeles County.
Section 8 - The LACDA provides subsidized rental housing to approximately 25,000 families of limited means through partnerships with approximately 9,200 property owners.
Locate Affordable Housing
Public housing is comprised of all sizes and types, from scattered single-family houses to high-rise apartments for elderly families.
LACDA Public and Affordable Housing Developments | Find Available Section 8 Units
Housing Resource Center
The Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center was created to help people list and find affordable, special-needs, accessible, and emergency housing within Los Angeles County. Launched in April 2007, the service is managed by the LACDA, and fosters collaboration and information sharing among several agencies, organizations, and professional associations representing all jurisdictions within the County. Over 11,000 landlords have registered approximately 70,000 rental units since the website launched. An average of 2,600 to 3,300 rental units are available or accepting wait list applications on any given day.
The LACDA continues to enhance the site to meet the needs of Los Angeles County residents, making sure it remains the first stop for affordable housing information.
Affordablehousing.com helps Los Angeles County residents find a great place to live. The site is the largest affordable housing listing service in the nation - whether you have a Section 8 voucher or are just looking for a good deal. Affordablehousing.com has a close relationship with hundreds of municipalities and government agencies that makes it possible to help millions of families with their housing needs. The site is free for residents to search, and for landlords to post their vacancies.