City of Calabasas CDBG Funded Assistance Programs

The City of Calabasas utilizes Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to provide housing rehabilitation and public service programs to serve the needs of its low- and moderate-income residents. Participation is based on income eligibility limitations and additional program requirements apply. Assistance is provided only for Calabasas residents and properties. Funding is limited, and provided on a first come, first served basis.

Residential Rehabilitation Program

The Residential Rehabilitation program provides financial assistance for the repair of single family residential properties, including mobile homes on permanent foundations. Funds are available for direct grants starting at $7,500, and deferred zero percent interest loans of up to $15,000, depending upon housing type and needs. A wide range of exterior and interior repairs are eligible for funding including plumbing, electrical, roofing, HVAC, ADA ramps and upgrades.

To obtain additional information and application materials, please contact John Bingham, Senior Management Analyst at (818) 224-1663 or, or Residential Rehabilitation Program Consultant, Michael Neal, (909) 261-2770 or

Funding, if approved by the Federal Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) for the Residential Rehabilitation program, will not be available until July 1 each year.

To participate in the above listed programs, total household income must not exceed the following income eligibility limits, adjusted for household size:

City of Calabasas
CDBG Program Income Eligibility Table

Number of Persons Moderate-Income
1 $46,500
2 $53,150
3 $59,800
4 $66,400
5 $71,750
6 $77,050
7 $82,350
8 $87,650

City of Calabasas 2017