About the Perris Housing Authority and CEDC
As you explore the Housing section of our website, you’ll find information on housing programs, projects, and services; links to new home developments; and many other housing-related resources. Through our partnerships with non-profit housing corporations, we provide a variety of reduced-rate rental housing opportunities for individual, families and seniors. Through our partnerships with non-profit housing corporations, we provide a variety of reduced-rate rental housing opportunities for individual, families and seniors.
Formerly the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Perris, the Community Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) and Housing Authority is a division of the Development Services Department and under the direction of the Assistant City Manager and City Manager.
With a committed City Council and a visionary City Manager, the Perris Housing Authority is dedicated to assisting you and your family in your housing needs. We can provide mush-needed resources to you and our overall goal is the elimination of blight and enhancement of the economic base of the City through marketing, job training, revitalizing existing properties, and the attraction and retention of businesses.
Business-Friendly Environment and Cooperative City Government
The City of Perris is pro family and pro-business! Our Economic Development Department is proactive and supportive, and can assist homeowners, businesses and developers through the entitlement and permitting processes, site selection, and any other individual needs that may arise. We are committed to reducing the red tape and expediting the approval processes!
With 8,396 units of approved residential development, population growth is projected to exceed 33,500 (based on an average 4-person household).
High Volume Job Market
In addition to the booming residential development, the City of Perris also benefits from the additional traffic brought in by our high volume job market, which contains over 25,000 employees. Further, our local school districts add an additional component to daily foot traffic, with 3 districts and 22 schools carrying over 1,500 staff and faculty members, and nearly 19,000 students.
Traffic Counts at Major Intersections
These various components adding to the activity in the City of Perris leads to traffic counts exceeding 100,000 vehicles daily at the higher volume intersections.