EPA CAN DO!

A Community Development Corporation

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
EPA CAN DO

East Palo Alto Community Alliance Neighborhood Development Organization

 "To create and maintain affordable housing and to promote community and economic development."

We are achieving this by:

  1. Developing affordable housing
  2. Providing home ownership and financial literacy education to residents
  3. Rehabilitating existing apartment units in the community (Clarke Avenue & Light Tree)

By creating new construction or through rehabilitation of existing units with the intent of making the dwelling as affordable as possible, our ON GOING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES are:

  • Home buyer Education Workshops
  • Credit/Budget Workshops
  • Financial Literacy Workshops
  • Pre-Purchase Counseling
  • Credit Counseling

Important Dates:

Homebuyer workshop
Financial Literacy March 16, 2009, April 6, 2009, April 13, 2009
Homebuyer April 21 & 23, 2009


Affordable Home Ownership in Menlo Park

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco has a 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom home with yard for sale in Belle Haven this Spring!  Habitat for Humanity partners with working families and the community to provide successful first-time homeownership opportunities.  Homes are sold for no profit and with zero-interest mortgages.
               
All interested families are invited to attend an orientation to hear about the Habitat program and to pick up an application.
 
Who is eligible to buy a Habitat home?
• First-time homebuyers.
• Wage earners who are legal permanent residents or U.S. citizens.
• Selection preference given to waitlist for Menlo Park's below market rate (BMR) housing and those who live or work in Menlo Park.
• Households who have lived together for one year with an annual gross income within the following range, defined by the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD):

How do I apply?
Applications can be obtained at one of the orientation meetings at Onetta Harris Community Center: 
 
Menlo Park Senior Center
110 Terminal Ave
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(behind Onetta Harris Community Center)
 
  Thursday, April 23rd    Saturday, April 25th
       6:00 - 8:00 pm        12:00 - 3:00 pm
 
Applications are only available at orientations.  Orientations are conducted in English and a translator should accompany all non-English speaking applicants.  As space is limited, we ask that only one applicant per family attend the meeting.  Dates and locations for Application Turn-in Workshops will be distributed at the orientations.
 
For more information and a list of  program requirements, please visit our website at www.habitatgsf.org
For questions about the orientation, the development, or directions, please call (650) 568-7322.

 

important dates