SCCHA News And Media Inquiries

Welcome to the Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) online Newsroom, where you can find information about our agency, press releases, special bulletins, newsletters, news articles, and other announcements.

Members of the media may contact the Communications Program Manager at (408) 630-1041 or at communications@scchousingauthority.org.

HUD Announces Santa Clara County as 100th Community to join House America Homelessness Initiative
July 7, 2022
WASHINGTON - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Marcia L. Fudge today announced Santa Clara County, California as the 100th community to join the Administration’s House America initiative to tackle homelessness by leveraging American Rescue Plan and other federal resources through a Housing First approach.
Commissioner Espinoza-Howard Retires After Serving 16 Years
June 28, 2022
Appointed to SCCHA's Board of Commissioners in 2006, Espinoza-Howard has championed building community partnerships while working tirelessly to expand housing opportunities and resident programs for low-income families in Santa Clara County.
SCCHA and Partners Receive $14.3 Million Homekey Award to Turn San José Hotel into Housing for Transitional Age Youth Experiencing or At Risk of Homelessness
May 11, 2022
As part of a countywide effort to rapidly respond to the homelessness crisis, the Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) and its partners applied for and were awarded a state Homekey program grant of $14.3 million for the purchase and renovation of the Pavilion Inn hotel located at 1280 North Fourth Street in San José.
Draft FY2023 MTW Annual Plan Available for Public Viewing
February 22, 2022
The Draft FY2023 MTW Annual Plan is available for public viewing from February 21 through March 23, 2022​
2022 Escheatment Notice
February 3, 2022
The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA), formerly known as The Housing Authority of the County of Santa Clara, is required to publish a public notice of funds in their custody that have become dormant per California state law.