Affordable Housing

Affordable housing for lower-income households is defined in State of California law as not more than 30 percent of gross household income with variations (Health and Safety Code Section 50052.5). For example, a family making $36,000 per year would spend no more than about $900 a month for it to be considered affordable. 

The Fontana Housing Authority offers a wide range of affordable housing options for families and seniors with low-income households. In order to apply or be placed on the waiting list, please contact the facilities directly.

Below are links to each of the current Affordable Housing facilities within the City of Fontana or you can download the Fontana Housing Brochure for contact information and a list of additional services.