Housing Programs


Housing Recipient

Residential Rehabilitation Loan Program (RRLP)
The RRLP provides loans of up to $20,000 for repair work to single-family owner-occupied homes.  The RRLP guidelines require that all projects assisted must substantially benefit low-income persons.  The program is available to lower income homeowners who live within the Apple Valley town limits.  The loans are deferred and do not require repayment for up to 30 years; however, they are due and payable upon sale, transfer or if you cease to occupy the home as your primary residence.  Loan funding is available on a first come, first serve basis, which is based upon submittal of a full and complete application package. For additional information, see our program brochure and program guidelines or call a Housing Specialist to added to the program wait list at (760)240-7000 ext. 7208. Learn more >

Manufactured Home Repair Program (MHRP)
The MHRP is a loan program allowing manufactured homeowners, residing in parks, to qualify for up to $10,000 to rehabilitate their home. There are no payments due on the loan, but recipients will be required to pay the loan back if they sell, transfer, or otherwise cease to remain living in the home for 10-years.  After that time period, the loan is forgiven. Interested applicants must not be delinquent on any mortgage connected to the property, property taxes/registration fees, or space rent and utilities.  To see if you qualify, and to be added to the program wait list, please contact a Housing Specialist at (760)240-7000 ext. 7208. Learn more> 

Affordable Housing Development
The Town of Apple Valley encourages and supports the development of affordable housing projects. Interested development entities with relevant expertise in this area are encouraged to submit a Statement of Qualifications. For more information, please contact a Housing Specialist at (760) 240-7000 ext. 7208.

Energy Efficiency Programs
The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino invites residents to apply for free services that conserve energy and save money. Regardless of whether a resident owns or rents, Federal Stimulus dollars may be available to: replace drafty old doors and windows, water-wasting shower heads, old refrigerators and give homes a weatherization tune up. Learn more>