Affordable Housing

Shortage of housing – especially affordable housing – is a challenge facing many people living in Rohnert Park and throughout the state. Rohnert Park is committed to promoting housing for all people, including constructing units restricted for low-income households. On this page, you can learn more about affordable housing currently available in the City, affordable housing currently in construction and affordable ownership opportunities. Additionally, we have included contact information for housing resources.

Rohnert Park Affordable Housing List

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Existing Affordable Rental Housing
Community Name Address Phone Household Type Total Affordable Units
Aaron House Rehab 735 Bonnie Avenue (707) 664-1554 Disabled 5
Altamont Apartments 300 Enterprise Drive (707) 584-0655 Senior 55+ 106
Copeland Creek Apartments 101 Enterprise Drive (707) 586-9453 Senior 55+ 170
Edgewood Apartments 557 Laguna Drive (707) 585-2241 All ages 68
Magnolia Townhomes 6920 Commerce Boulevard Unknown All ages 7
Muirfield Apartments 712 Laguna Drive Unknown All ages 23
Park Gardens 1400 East Cotati Avenue Unknown All ages 3
Gardens at Santa Alicia 120 Santa Alicia Drive (707) 793-9270 All ages 20
Tower Apartments 781 East Cotati Avenue (707) 794-9340 All ages 50
Vida Nueva 705 Rohnert Park Expressway (707) 584-3755 All ages 23

Affordable Rental Housing Being Built
Community Name Location Contact Household Type Total Affordable Units Expected Completion
Redwood Apartments Keiser Avenue and Petaluma Hill Road (707) 395-7806
https://redwoods.pwapt.com
All ages 218 Summer 2020
Willowglen Apartments* Valley House Drive and Bodway Parkway (707) 526-9782 All ages 36 Spring 2021

*Only accepting people on interest list — not currently processing applications

Affordable Ownership Housing in Rohnert Park

The City of Rohnert Park and Housing Land Trust of Sonoma County (HLT) are pleased to announce we are launching a new pilot program to create home ownership opportunities. In this pilot program, we invest funds set aside for affordable housing in existing market-rate homes to make them affordable to moderate-income families. We are conducting outreach now for people who are interested in buying a home through this program. Click here to learn more!

Housing Land Trust

Opening August 2020: Redwoods at University District

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Haga clic aquí para el folleto imprimible en español

BRAND NEW AFFORDABLE HOUSING COMMUNITY

Rent Limits
1 BR starts at $960 2 BR starts at $1,149 3 BR starts at $1,328
Income Limits
AMI One person Two person Three person Four person Five person Six person Seven person
50% $37,800 $43,200 $48,600 $54,000 $58,350 $62,650 $67,000
70% $52,920 $50,480 $68,040 $75,600 $81,690 $87,710 $93,800

Rent and income limits are subject to change

Nearby Services
  • Wal-Mart Neighborhood Store
  • Raley's Pharmacy
  • Sonoma State University
  • Rohnert Park Post Office
  • Sunrise Park
  • Rohnert Park Library
  • Sonoma County Transit Services
Amenities Included
  • Dishwasher/Garbage Disposal
  • BBQ and Picnic Area
  • Fitness Center
  • Playgrounds
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Dog Run

Apply NOW to be placed on the Interest List!
*Section 8 Vouchers Accepted

Website: www.redwoodsatud.com
Email: Redwoodsmgr@apertopm.com or call 707-395-7806

Contact Information for Housing Resources

Legal Aid of Sonoma County
(707) 843-4432
https://legalaidsc.org

Fair Housing Advocates of Northern California
(415) 457-5025
www.fairhousingnorcal.org

HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) San Francisco Regional Office
(415) 489-6400
www.hud.gov

DFEH (California Department of Fair Employment and Housing)
1-800-884-1684
www.dfeh.ca.gov

Burbank Housing
(707) 526-9782
www.burbankhousing.org

Revisions to Affordable Housing Covenants (April 2018)

Over time the City of Rohnert Park has entered into a number of covenants with owners of multi-family housing projects within the City. Some of the covenants set forth occupancy limits for affordable units that differ from current California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (“DFEH”) guidelines on residential occupancy standards. The DFEH guidelines currently recommend occupancy standards of two persons per bedroom plus one additional person for the overall affordable rental unit.

The City is amending any covenant that differs from DFEH’s guidelines to read: “The maximum size of a household occupying an Affordable Unit shall be two (2) persons per bedroom plus one (1) additional person. This standard may be modified, as necessary to comply with any occupancy standards that may now or in the future be established by California Department of Fair Employment and Housing’s (“DFEH”) in their guidelines on residential occupancy.”

The City of Rohnert Park invites low-income families with minor children to rent below market rate (BMR) units in the City.