For Fair housing questions, please contact the organizations below:
8339 Church Street, Suite 104
Gilroy, CA 95020
Project Sentinel Location
Stay informed by going to HousingIsKey.com. Informational flyers available in English and Spanish. You may also call 833-430-2122. If you need help checking the status of your application or starting a new application, visit the County's Rental Help webpage or call 408-808-7770.
Local Moratorium on Resident Rent Increases Expired August 14, 2021
On April 8, 2020, the City of Morgan Hill enacted a moratorium on residential rent increases that prohibits landlords from increasing rents from the rates in place on March 1, 2020.
Eviction Moratoriums for Santa Clara County and California
Santa Clara County and the State of California eviction moratoriums have expired and the rental assistance and eviction protections are no longer available through the State of California's CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program. For available information, go to https://housing.ca.gov or call 1-833-430-2112. The Federal Rent Moratorium expired on October 3, 2021: Center for Disease Control's website.
CA COVID-19 Rent Relief Program - Program is No Longer Accepting Applications
The State of California COVID-19 Rent Relief program stopped accepting applications on March 31, 2022. Current housing-related information: Housingiskey.com or via a toll-free phone number 833-430-2112. Visit SCCRentHelp.org or call 408-808-7770 for additional assistance.
Project Sentinel & Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
Both Project Sentinel and the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley have informational sites available in multiple languages that tenants and landlords can use to manage their interactions.
Additional Local and State Resources for Residential Tenants
- The State of California has a landlord/tenant “Housing is Key” website that provides resource information and FAQs.
- Santa Clara County's Homelessness Prevention System: preventhomelessness.org.
- Rental Advantage Newsletter in English and Spanish
- Office of Cultural Competency - Universal Access Pilot
The Office of Cultural Competency Universal Access Program (UAP) is a collaborative model with FIRST 5, County of Santa Clara agencies, Santa Clara County Office of Education, Alum Rock Unified School District, Franklin McKinley School District, and other nonprofit partners. Universal Access partners are committed to cross-system coordination and integration in service to family navigation that is culturally-responsive and applies a whole child, whole family approach where all doors lead to support. You can access the most current resource information via this portal.
- Rebuilding Together - Rebuilding Together is committed to helping the community; visit the Rebuilding Together web page for more information.