Napa County Housing Authority
The Napa County Housing Authority (NCHA) is focused primarily on addressing the need for safe and affordable housing for farm workers, particularly those in the migrant/seasonal category who, in turn, support the agricultural industry of Napa County. The three farm worker centers provide housing for an underserved, but critical, segment of our society. The New York Times profiled the program recently in a feature story.
In March 2013, a final report was released detailing farmworker housing needs in Napa County. A focal point of the study is a survey of 350 local farmworkers to determine their housing needs.
Currently, there are three publically owned and operated farm worker housing centers in Napa County. Each center houses 60 workers and is open from 9 to 11 months per year. For information on housing availability at the centers, please call (707) 963-7496.
The 16th Annual Cinco de Mayo Golf Tournament - May 9, 2014
The annual golf tournament to benefit Napa Valley farm workers will take place on May 9, 2014, at the Silverado County Club. Cost per person is $200. Details will be forthcoming in the early months of 2014. All proceeds will go towards meeting the needs and welfare of local farm workers. For further information, please contact Pat Garvey at (707)963-1688 or Jack Neal at (707)967-8038.
For information on other housing programs, including Section 8 certificates, contact the Housing Authority of the City of Napa at (707) 257-9543.
For tenant-landlord disputes and responsibilities, contact Fair Housing Napa Valley at (707) 224-9720.
For other affordable housing opportunities, contact Napa Valley Community Housing at (707) 253-6140.