Housing Division


The City of Jurupa Valley is committed to providing a wide range of housing opportunities for people of all income levels. To accomplish this goal, the city works with local partners to provide a range of services to its residents aimed at finding a home for everyone in our community. The City partners with developers, nonprofits, and/or county, state, and federal agencies to expand the supply of affordable housing opportunities in Jurupa Valley.

Resident Resources

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Resident Resources: More Information

Click below for more information about services and programs.

Rental Assistance

The Housing Choice Vouchers Rental Assistance Program is a nationwide program for assisting very low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled to afford decent, safe, and sanitary housing in the private market. Because housing assistance is provided to families or individuals, participants can find their own housing, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. Participants are free to choose any housing that meets the requirements of the program and are not limited to units located in subsidized housing projects.

Jurupa Valley's Housing Choice Voucher Rental Assistance Program is administered by the County of Riverside's Housing Authority. For more information on this and other programs, please visit their website.

Affordable Housing Communities and Resources

Please click here for a brochure on Affordable Housing.

Please click here for more information on Riverside County Affordable Housing.

Homelessness Resources

Jurupa Valley partners with Path of Life Ministries, a local non-profit, to provide a range of supportive programs for residents. Visit their website to learn more about their temporary shelters, outreach programs, suicide prevention, and behavioral health services, as well as job readiness training and networking opportunities for individuals and families at-risk for homelessness.

Veterans and Active-Duty Military Resources

Click here for Housing options for Veterans. Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications from veterans, reservists, active service members, or families of fallen service members for a planned 26-single-family home community in Jurupa Valley. Eligibility requirements and the selection process can be found at the above link.

Inland SoCal 211

Dialing "211" provides individuals and families in need with a shortcut through what can be a bewildering maze of health and human service agency phone numbers. By simply dialing 211, you can be referred, and sometimes connected, to local help provided by community organizations 

Dialing 211 directs callers to services for the elderly, the disabled, those who do not speak English, those with a personal crisis, those with limited reading skills, and those who are new to their communities, as well as many other resources.

Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

In 2022, Jurupa Valley adopted an Inclusionary Housing Ordinance requiring a certain percentage of homes within newly constructed housing projects to be made available for less than market value. 

In Jurupa Valley, 20% to 40% of owner-occupied households and 40% to 60% of renter households currently spend at or above 30% of their monthly income on housing. These high costs can lead to overcrowding, economic instability, and homelessness, particularly among vulnerable groups such as seniors, farmworkers, working families, and persons with physical and mental disabilities. The City’s Inclusionary Housing Ordinance encourages the production of below-market-rate homes with the goal of housing all community members whether they are working for families or otherwise belonging to vulnerable populations.