The Reinvestment and Housing Opportunities Division is striving to improve the City's affordable housing stock. This includes both renovating existing structures and building new affordable units for families, senior citizens, and disabled individuals. For information about application requirements, development timelines, amenities, funding, and general inquiries, please contact the Housing Division.
Mather Veterans Village
The City of Rancho Cordova is working with Mercy Housing, the Veterans Resource Center of America, and Mogavero Notestine Associates to plan and design Mather Veterans’ Village, a transitional and permanent supportive housing development that will serve disabled homeless veterans. Located in close proximity to the Sacramento VA Medical Center, Mather Veterans Village will help fulfill the large need for service-supported housing for low-income disabled veterans in the Northern California region. The project is co-sponsored by the City of Rancho Cordova, Sacramento County, and the Sacramento VA Medical Center. The multiple-phase project will include at least 100 units of permanent supportive housing and up to 60 transitional beds.
Mather Veterans Village is intended to provide a service-rich living environment, and will be designed to promote a community feel for veterans. Features will include a group dining area, courtyards, and classrooms. Existing grant funding comes from the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s Local Housing Trust Fund Program, with matching monies from the City. The City and developer are also pursuing tax credit funding through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program, managed by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee. Tax credits are tax deductions that large firms can purchase to reduce their tax burden. The money generated from the purchase can be used for a range of non-profit activities, including affordable housing developments.
The project’s first phase will include 50 permanent supportive housing units and rehabilitation of a vacant infirmary building located on the 3.64 acre site. The rehabilitated two – story infirmary building will provide space for the transitional housing.
If you are interested in learning more about Mather Veterans Village, or to find out how you can volunteer or contribute to the project, please contact:
- City of Rancho Cordova - (916) 851-8700
- Stephan Daues, Mercy Housing California - (916) 414-4440
- Peter Cameron, Veterans Resource Center of America - (707) 578-2785
The Mather Veterans Village brochure can be seen here.
Crossings @ Woodberry Way
Crossings @ Woodberry Way is a proposed affordable living housing project to be located on the old demolished Stagger Inn site. The proposed design includes approximately 27 two and three-bedroom units in three separate three-story buildings, to be located adjacent to the Crossings @ New Rancho. The City is excited about the location of Crossings @ Woodberry Way, as it is in close proximity to transit and groceries, and will help improve the surrounding area around Mills Park Drive and Folsom Boulevard. The City and the developer, Urban Housing Communities have completed the initial plan check for the project. The Reinvestment and Housing Opportunities Division is currently working to obtain funding that will allow this project to move forward. For more information, contact the Reinvestment and Housing Opportunities Division.
Crossings @ New Rancho
For more information about Crossings @ New Rancho, or to get an application, contact AWI Management or call (530) 745-6170.
The Crossings @ New Rancho is an 18 unit multi-family complex that was built behind the old Stagger Inn site by Urban Housing Communities. It includes 12 two bedroom units and 6 three bedroom units, a community center, covered parking, and energy efficient fixtures. Construction was completed in December 2012, and full occupancy was achieved by February 2013. The Crossings achieved LEED Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, and LEED-certified buildings are designed to lower operating costs, reduce waste sent to landfills, conserve energy and water, and contribute to a healthier and safer environment for occupants. The Crossings is a family-friendly community-oriented development that meets some of the community's affordable housing needs with large, comfortable, and energy efficient units.