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Housing Resources

The City of Pleasanton contracts with non-profit organizations that offer housing and human services support at little to no cost to the public ranging from legal representation, housing placement, financial aid and other types of assistance programs.

Please note some of the resources listed below may require referrals from another agency and may screen clients based on eligibility. These services are also subject to available funding and may not be able to cover all requests for assistance.

If you are unsure of where to start or are in need of housing, food or shelter, you can call 2-1-1 at any time. 211 is a free 24/7 non-emergency service that connects you with local resources and support organizations.

Housing Agency Directory


Connection to housing information, referrals to critical health and human services. 


Abode Services

Homeless rapid re-housing program, permanent supportive housing, job training, parenting classes, financial literacy, computer training, case management, health education.


Axis Community Health

Adult/pediatric/geriatric medical care, obstetrics, gynecology, family planning, acupuncture, chiropractic services, dental care, mental health counseling, Axis Bridge mental health urgent care, integrated behavioral health, enrollment assistance, case management, WIC. 


Centro Legal de la Raza

Eviction protection, legal counsel, legal clinics, affirmative litigation, policy advocacy and representation before rent boards and public housing authorities.


CityServe of the Tri-Valley

Crisis intervention/prevention, counseling, care coordination, housing assistance, senior support program, referrals and connection to assistance with basic needs, financial stability, vocational/educational support, emotional wellness, physical health and community services.


ECHO Housing

Rental assistance, tenant/landlord counseling, Fair Housing program, First-Time Homebuyer workshops, housing assistance and referral services. 


Goodness Village

Permanent supportive housing for qualified homeless Alameda County residents, substance use counseling, vocational training, guidance and support services. 



Subsidized child care, mental health support, community resource center, assistance finding child care, workshops. 


Open Heart Kitchen

Free community meals, senior meal program, homeless hot meals, overnight shelter, pop-up food pantries. 


Partners for Change Tri-Valley

Community-based mentorship program, financial self-sufficiency, education services to alleviate poverty.


Sunflower Hill

Affordable housing and enrichment programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 


Tri-Valley Career Center

Career counseling, workshops, training & scholarships, CalFresh application assistance, free tax preparation and Medicare counseling. 


Tri-Valley Haven

Shelter/transitional housing for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault, therapy and support work. 


Tri-Valley REACH

Housing for extremely low-income adults with developmental disabilities who are able to live independently with supportive services. 


Housing Resources for Persons with Disabilities

CRIL (Community Resources for Independent Living)

CRIL is a nonprofit organization that advocates and provides resources for people with disabilities to improve quality of life and make communities fully accessible.

Services provided include housing assistance, personal assistance referral, information referral, benefits advocacy, peer support, independent living skills training, healthy women project and assistive technology. 

For more information, contact CRIL directly (925) 371-1531; TTY (925) 371-1532.

East Bay Innovations

East Bay Innovations is a nonprofit agency dedicated to assisting people with developmental disabilities to live in their own homes and to be employed in jobs of their choosing.

Services are provided through three programs: Employment Services, Independent Living Services and Supported Living Services.

For more information, contact East Bay Innovations directly (510) 618-1580.

Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB)

RCEB supports persons with developmental disabilities and their families with the tools needed to achieve lives of quality and satisfaction, and builds partnerships that result in inclusive communities. 

Individuals who have a developmental disability, or are at risk of developing one are eligible for services, as well as parents of children at risk.

For more information, contact RCEB directly (510) 383-1200.

Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program

The Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program is a community-based day program for adults with developmental disabilities and special needs in the Tri-Valley, and is operated by Easterseals Bay Area. Kaleidoscope builds independence and self-esteem by providing participants with community connections, life skills training and workforce readiness.

With financial support from the City of Pleasanton, Kaleidoscope plays an important role teaching vital independent living skills to Tri-Valley adults with developmental disabilities and special needs, and in building inclusion within the community at large.

For more information, contact Kaleidoscope directly (925) 248-9922.

Keystone Adult Learning Center

Keystone Adult Learning Center is an activity program for developmentally disabled adults located in Pleasanton.
Keystone provides opportunities for developmentally disabled adults to lead meaningful and active lives within the mainstream of the Tri-Valley community.

The agency is an adult day care facility licensed by the California State Department of Social Services and a vendor agency with the Regional Center of the East Bay.

For more information, contact Keystone directly (925) 484-5330.

The City of Pleasanton’s Housing Rehabilitation Program can provide grants and loans for accessibility improvements in rental units and owner-occupied homes.

Accessibility grants can be used for the construction of railings, installation of grab bars and/or similar modifications.

The construction of ramps and other more expensive modifications can be addressed for homeowners under the Major Owner Rehabilitation Loan Program.

Housing Resources for Seniors

Rental Housing

There are presently over 400 apartments in Pleasanton which are available exclusively for low-income seniors to rent. These apartments are in seven separate complexes located throughout Pleasanton, as listed below:

Name of ComplexYear BuiltNo. of UnitsApprox. SizeCurrent RentNotes
Kottinger Gardens Phase 1
240 Kottinger Dr.
tel. (925) 574-1701
2017131700 sq.ft.Contact PropertyFormerly HUD Public Housing; Redeveloped by MidPen Housing as part of the “Kottinger Gardens” project.
Kottinger Gardens Phase 2
251 Kottinger Dr.
tel. (925) 574-1701
201954 Contact PropertyFormerly Pleasanton Gardens, a HUD Section 236 housing; Redeveloped by MidPen Housing as part of the “Kottinger Gardens” project.  
Ridge View Commons
5200 Case Ave.
tel. (925) 484-5131
180 – 1BR
20 – 2BR
to 900
Contact PropertyTax credit development; multiple rent levels; contact site directly for information on availability of applications; waiting list varies from several months to several years depending upon rent level.
Gardens at Ironwood
3431 Cornerstone Ct.
tel. 888-210-8896
150 – 1BR
22 – 2BR
650 to 805 sq. ft.Contact PropertyPrivate development; two rent levels based on City-Owner regulatory agreement.
Deer Ridge Apts.
443 Division St.
tel. (925) 484-3833
20 – 1BR
sq. ft.
Contact PropertyPrivate development; two rent levels based on City-Owner regulatory agreement; rental list maintained by property manager.
Stanley Junction Apts.
4031 Stanley Blvd.
tel. (925) 462-6180
86 – 1BR
sq. ft.
Contact PropertyPrivate development; three rent levels based on City-Owner regulatory agreement; rental list maintained by property manager.
Parkview Assisted Living
100 Valley Ave.
tel. (925) 461-3042
22 – Studio 57 – 1BR
7 – 2BR
(varies)Contact PropertyAssisted living facility (housing and services); non-profit ownership; will include 31 units at below-market rates for very low-income seniors and 19 units for persons with dementia disorders; opening January 2007.

The complexes in the table are generally listed in order of affordability (lowest to highest rent). Each has different rent levels and income eligibility requirements that vary according to the method by which the development was originally financed (i.e., federal, state, local, or private funding). Ridge View Commons is administered by a management company employed by the City of Pleasanton. The other complexes are privately owned and rents and income eligibility levels are regulated through federal requirements or City-Owner agreements. Rent levels are subject to periodic change and should be confirmed with the on-site management.

With the exception of Parkview, all of the complexes listed in the preceding table are for “independent living” and generally do not include services such as meals, housekeeping, or personal care. Because these apartments are often significantly below local market rents, leasing is highly competitive and eligible applicants must often wait a year or more for an available apartment. Leasing for all of these complexes is handled directly by each property manager. Telephone numbers for the leasing offices are listed in the table shown above.


Note: It is illegal for any housing provider to discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, physical handicap, marital status, sexual preference or religion. If you have been unlawfully discriminated against, or you have questions about your rights, contact ECHO Housing at (510) 581-9380 or (925) 449-7340.

Housing Ownership for Seniors

Most of the housing in Pleasanton reserved specifically for seniors, especially low income housing, is rental housing. However, there are several age-restricted neighborhoods in Pleasanton where residents can own their homes.

Vineyard Mobile Villas

3263 Vineyard Avenue
(925) 846-5336
Mobile home park / modular housing 
Residency is limited to adults aged 55 and older

The Village at Ironwood

Ironwood Dr.
(925) 460-8900
Detached homes in a gated community
Residency is limited to adults aged 55 and older.
Read more about The Village at Ironwood.

Hacienda Mobile Home Park

3231 Vineyard Avenue
(925) 846-1527
Mobile home park / modular housing
Residency is limited to adults aged 55 and older

Stoneridge Creek

3300 East Stoneridge Dr.
(800) 850-3167
“Continuing life” retirement community
Residency is limited to adults aged 60 and older
Stoneridge Creek is a master-planned community featuring a range of different housing types, from ownership homes and independent living apartments to assisted living and skilled nursing and a wide scope of amenities and services.

Senior Care & Services

There are several larger facilities in Pleasanton that offer housing with services, ranging from assisted living to skilled nursing and memory care:

The Parkview

100 Valley Ave.
(925) 461-3042
Assisted living and memory care; 31 of the 105 units at The Parkview are under a “below-market” program with reduced rates (contact on-site management for more information).

Eden Villa

4115 Mohr Ave.
(925) 461-8409
Assisted living 

Pleasanton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

300 Neal St. 
(925) 462-2400
Skilled Nursing (24-hour care).

Sunol Creek Memory Care

5980 Sunol Blvd.
(925) 846-8283
Memory care (Alzheimer’s / dementia care).

CityServe of the Tri-Valley

5353 Sunol Blvd.
(925) 222-2273
Case managers can provide information and referrals to local facilities and service agencies and can work directly with seniors and their families to connect with needed resources.

Housing with services is also available in smaller state-certified residential board and care facilities. These facilities typically house 6 residents or fewer in homes located in residential neighborhoods in Pleasanton and surrounding communities. Information on these facilities can be obtained from the State Community Care Licensing Division at (510) 286-4201.