Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo (HASLO)
Since 1968 HASLO has been helping people in San Luis Obispo County with housing that fits their budgets and needs. We're always looking for volunteers and new ways to help. Find out how you can contribute!
HASLO was honored at the summer convention of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) this July in Tampa, Florida. Moylan Terrace, HASLO's 80 unit homeownership development in San Luis Obispo, received a national Award of Merit, and is also one of few nominated for NAHRO's Award of Excellence. Moylan Terrace contains a mix of low, moderate and workforce priced homes. Moylan Terrace prides itself on being a "green" project, and exceeds California's strict energy conservation standards by 24%.
If you are tired of writing a check or having to secure a Money Order every month to pay your rent, sign up for “ACH” Direct Pay. The rent will be taken out of your checking account automatically on the 4th of every month.
Your rent will always be on time and you won’t have to worry about late charges.
For more information talk with your Housing Specialist.
The Maintenance Customer Service Department has moved to the main office located at 487 Leff Street in San Luis Obispo.
However, to report any repair work for your home, the phone number has remained the same: (805) 543-1026.
Remember, if you receive the telephone recording, it is important to leave a message which includes your name, address, the problem you are experiencing, permission to enter your unit, and your phone number. We will return your call as soon as we can.
The Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo (HASLO) implemented a smoke-free policy on January 1, 2013 that prohibits residents from smoking in all of our public housing units and some of our San Luis Obispo Non-Profit complexes. The ban on smoking will eventually reach all of our housing units.
This ban on smoking is meant to prevent residents from being exposed to second- and third-hand smoke and to protect smoke and fire damage to our properties.
This policy was brought to HASLO by the majority of its residents in an effort to protect them from second-hand smoke which drifts from neighboring units, balconies and outdoor areas.
Additional rationales for smoking restrictions include:
- Reduced risk of fire
- Less cost in rehabbing an empty unit
- Healthier environments for all
- Giving a smoker the incentive to quit
HASLO is one of eighteen California housing authorities to adopt a smoke free policy.
Thank you to the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department/Tobacco Control Program for their efforts to assist us in implementing this policy.
If you wish to stop smoking there are FREE “Quit Tobacco Classes” available throughout San Luis Obispo County at: http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/health/publichealth/HealthPromotion/SLOTCP/quittobaccoclasses.htm
Call (805) 781-5564 to enroll in a class today!