Burbank Housing Corporation (BHC) is a private, non-profit housing developer that operates an Affordable Housing Program, four After-School Activity Centers, and two Nationally Accredited Child Care Centers.
Chartered in 1997 with the assistance of the City of Burbank’s Redevelopment Agency, BHC has impacted the Burbank community and housed hundreds of low-income & moderate-income families in our 300+ affordable rental units. BHC is committed to partnering with the City of Burbank and all the other segments of the Burbank area to ensure that our projects are a source of community pride and to demonstrate that public investments are always a worthwhile endeavor.
Our mission is to preserve, upgrade, and develop affordable housing opportunities in Burbank and to provide a safe, service-enriched environment for the residents in our communities.
BHC prides itself in maintaining high-quality, attractive & safe properties for families, although many seniors and persons with disabilities also form part of our communities.
Our efforts to provide larger units and to create our After-School Activity Centers, where children can participate in our after-school mentoring and tutoring program, demonstrates our emphasis on families.
BHC owns 300+ affordable rental units located in 5 Focus Neighborhoods in the City of Burbank. Due to the high demand for our Affordable Housing Program, BHC operates a waiting list system to fill all of our vacancies.
Our Affordable Housing Program has 4 waiting lists that are categorized by income level. The State of California for Los Angeles County establishes the income requirements for each level.
Learn if your household qualifies for an open waiting list: CLICK HERE
Our Affordable Housing Program has fixed rent rates based on the tenant’s income level and tenants are responsible for paying their monthly rent in its entirely. A professional property management company is contracted to administer and manage our properties. Residents are required to sign and live up to a comprehensive rental agreement that includes an anti-drug and crime policy. Residents are also required to provide yearly income certifications, ensuring that the units are being occupied by the household for which they are intended.