HACSB Offices Reopen to the Public

Ventura, CA — The Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura (HACSB) is pleased to announce the official reopening of its two main offices. The main office located at 995 Riverside St. and the office on the East end, also known as the “Section 8” office, on 111222 Snapdragon St., Suite 100.

During the global pandemic, like many other businesses and organizations, the HACSB kept its doors closed to prevent the spread of the COVID virus. During this time, the organization remained operating with most business conducted virtually.
Once the COVID-19 restrictions were lifted at a national, state, and local level, the HACSB kept its doors closed to complete various construction projects that began earlier this year that impacted the accessibility of the main entrance at the main office. During this time, both offices kept serving the community by phone, appointments, and at satellite offices.

The construction is now complete and the HACSB is once again opening its doors to the public. Effective July 17th, both offices are open to the public from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm. From 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, the offices are available by appointment only. Both offices are also now equipped with a self-service kiosk where business can also be conducted. Through the kiosk, the following services are available: contacting staff, printing documents, scanning documents, checking the waitlist/ resident portal, and much more.

For more information on the office reopening, contact reception at 805-648-5008/ 805-647-5990.

To learn more about the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura, visit www.hacityventura.org.

The HACSB is the largest residential landlord in the City of Ventura with more than 1,480 Housing Choice Vouchers and 1097 affordable rental units. The mission of the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura is to provide and develop quality affordable housing for eligible low-income residents of Ventura County and to establish strong partnerships necessary for HACSB customers to achieve personal goals related to literacy and education; health and wellness; and job training and employment leading to personal growth and economic self-sufficiency.