Affordable Housing Opportunities
Roseville’s Housing Division strives to increase the City's affordable housing stock, including both affordable rental and affordable purchase units provided under the City’s inclusionary requirements and in city-partnered development. Click here or on the links below for more information about current developments:

  • Campus Oaks- Phase 1 - Coming in Fall of 2018
    This new apartment complex includes 42 affordable units and 144 market rate units located at 500 Roseville Parkway. Income restrictions apply and vary based on the individual apartment’s targeted income level. For more information or to be added to their wait list please call 916-750-5615 or email For more info click here.
  • Mercy Housing - Coming in Fall of 2018
    Lohse Apartments by Mercy Housing are new affordable rental housing located in downtown Roseville at 623 Vernon Street. Income restrictions apply and vary based on the individual apartment’s targeted income level. Due to overwhelming response, the lottery has been postponed until Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 10 am. For more information click here.

  • Veranda at Stoneridge by Elliott Homes
    This is Affordable Purchase Housing that is currently accepting applications for affordable homes for middle income households. Applicant gross income must not exceed $76,100 per year for a 1-2 person household and $88,300 per year for a 3+ person household in order to qualify for the Affordable Purchase program. For an application and more information,
    click here


Roseville City Council adopts resolution in support of Sutter Health's effort to end homelessness

For more information about the resolution, click here.

Mission and Vision of Roseville Housing:
The mission of the Roseville Housing Division is to serve the citizens of Roseville by


  • Providing affordable housing opportunities in a safe environment.
  • Revitalizing and maintaining neighborhoods.
  • Forming effective partnerships to maximize social and economic opportunities.

The mission shall be accomplished by a fiscally responsible, creative organization committed to excellence in public service.


  • 2,867 affordable units developed in the Roseville Affordable Housing Program.
  • $5,979,207 deployed into Roseville last budget year through housing, low-income community investment and service programs.
  • 1,284 individuals assisted currently by the Roseville Housing Authority.
  • 1,559 individuals assisted last year by city-assisted housing and services programs.

Customer Quotes:

"Having a stable home has helped me to become an "able" parent. Because of that stability my daughter recently graduated with high honors." Christine S.

"City Staff are extremely accommodating and responsive." Leslie B., Director of Placer Independent Resources Services (PIRS)

"Roseville Housing Authority has brought me to a place where I am now almost able to buy a home. I got all my ducks in a row and right now I have a house in escrow." Roy C.

"I want to personally thank you for your professional attention to my case over the years, for I will miss you, yet, at the same time I am very happy to be free from any and all government assistance. To stand on my own two feet is AWESOME!" Mary M.


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