How We Help
The City of St. Petersburg's Housing and Community Development Department administers a variety of federal state, and locally-funded community development programs that aim to provide affordable housing, public facility improvements, and supportive services for the very-low, low- and moderate-income residents of the city. To find assistance, click below:
Pandemic Housing Assistance
The City offers assistance to those facing difficulty paying mortgage, rent or utility expenses due to the pandemic.
St. Petersburg's Housing Plan
The City has developed a comprehensive 10-year plan to address housing affordability by expanding existing programs and introducing new solutions. Learn more at stpete.org/AffordableHousing.
2020/2021 Community Needs Assessment
The City of St. Petersburg is developing a Consolidated Plan for community resources and values your opinion on what are the most important community needs.
Your input will help decide how money is spent to:
Obtain decent housing
Provide a suitable living environment
Expand economic opportunities for low- and moderate-income individuals
Provide your input in the Community Needs Assessment below by June 4, 2021.
Local Housing Authorities and Partners
- St. Petersburg Housing Authority
- Pinellas County Housing Authority
- Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties
The program builds homes with people in our community and sells the houses at no profit and no interest to households who otherwise could not afford to own a home. The program prepares partner families to be successful homeowners. Apply, volunteer, donate or learn more at habitatpwp.org.
Many programs have maximum income requirements. Find the most recent income requirements below.
The median income for Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Tampa = $63,900.
Fiscal Year 2021 Income Limits – Effective April 1, 2021
|Household Size||80% Area Median Income|