In response to the growing concern of the COVID-19 epidemic, our office is implementing certain efforts in order to help slow the spread of this virus. To this end, starting Tuesday, March 17th until further notice, City staff will not be in the office. However, we will be checking emails and phone messages frequently, so please leave a detailed message or email and we will return your phone call or email as soon as possible.
In the meantime, if you are calling to address an emergency repair of your home, please call Habitat for Humanity at 623-340-6567 or 623-583-2417. If you are in need of utility assistance, please call the Peoria CAP Office at 623-979-3911.
The Women, Infants and Children Program (known as WIC) will be seeing clients at their North Peoria Office by appointment only. Please call for an appointment at 877-809-5072.
For any other immediate issue or concerns, please call the Peoria Support Line at 623-773-7070 and leave a detailed message. We will be checking this line frequently. You are also welcome to consult our resource directory which can be found at www.peoriaaz.gov/communityassistance. Please note, the Community Assistance Resource Center is closed until further notice.
Learn about Assistance Programs for Peoria residents including Emergency Home Repair, Single Family Major Rehabilitation, the Tool Lending Center and the city's Neighborhood Pride program.
All about Home Owner's Associations including Peoria's HOA Academy, Interactive Map, and Neighborhood Grant Program.
Peoria's Human Services department provides a liaison between citizens in need and non-profit organizations. Each month we host events and workshops about topics such as mental health, domestic violence, fair housing, senior services, and much more.
United Community Action Network is a monthly meeting of community leaders and city leadership that works to solve community issues and problem-solve at a grassroots level.
Get information about Peoria's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and other not-for-profit opportunities.
Get assistance with Federal Programs including fair housing, Section 8, and more on this page.
Latest Community Assistance News
Five-Year Consolidated Plan for Fiscal Years 2020-2024 and Annual Action Plan for FY20-21
The City of Peoria currently has the drafts of the Five-Year Consolidated Plan and the Annual Action Plan available to the public. These plans outline Peoria's strategies and goals on how we will fund projects with federal funding to address the needs facing Peoria's low- and moderate-income residents.
Visit the Federal Programs and Information web page for more information.
HUD Releases Guide to Help Struggling Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure
This free guide helps borrowers and disaster victims to understand mortgage options and avoid scams
Download Homeowner's Guide to Success (PDF)
About the Community Assistance Division
Our mission is to promote and preserve the integrity and safety of neighborhoods. This work is accomplished by:
- Offering programs to revitalize older neighborhoods that are showing signs of deterioration.
- Providing formal and informal training and educational information to Homeowners Associations and individual citizens
- Offering other programs funded by the Federal Government aimed at assisting individual citizens and not-for-profit entities in developing or maintaining the integrity of homes and neighborhood areas.
An active neighborhood brings together neighbors who share common interests about their property, homes and community. There is strength in numbers and having a unified voice can make a difference. Let us help you and your neighbors take an active role in your community.
Neighborhood & Human Services
Community Assistance Division
9875 N. 85th Avenue, 1st floor
Peoria, AZ 85345
Phone: (623) 773-7209
The City of Peoria does not discriminate against any individual or program applicant on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, handicap, familial status or national origin.