Temporary & Longterm Housing
Housing Authority of Butte County- Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8) Offers housing in open market rentals. Participants in this program pay rent according to their income and directly from open market landlords. Section 8 is the federal government’s major program for assisting very low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled with a subsidized housing option. No fee for the application. Housing fees vary. Eligibility is determined by the Housing Authority based on the total annual gross income and family size and is limited to U.S. citizens and specified categories of non-citizens who have eligible immigration status. In general, the family’s income may not exceed 50% of the median income for the county or metropolitan area in which the family chooses to live. Median income levels are published by HUD and vary by location. Please call for more information. Phone: 530-895-4474 ext. 246.
Applications are only accepted when the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Wait List period is open. The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Wait List was last opened on May 9, 2021 at 12:01am and closed on May 22, 2021 at 11:59pm. The Housing Authority of the County of Butte will make an announcement to notify the public of when the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Wait List period will be opening and applications will be accepted.
Offering a Lottery Lookup Tool which allows individuals to view their Section 8 rank using their confirmation number. This number was provided to eligible individuals at the end of their online registration process. Voucher extensions are not granted automatically. The Housing Authority will review each voucher extension request on a case by case basis and any approvals are at the sole discretion of the Housing Authority. If your request is approved, the expiration date of your voucher will be extended by 30 days. Individuals are given a ‘lottery number” or confirmation number. Available 24 hours a day; 7 days a week.
To access the Section-8 Wait List Lookup Tool, please use the following link: https://bit.ly/3f6PFxT.
If you do not have your Lottery number (confirmation number), you may leave a voicemail message by calling 530-895-4474 ext. 246. Please allow 72 hours for your call to be returned.
The Butte County Board of Supervisors passed an urgency ordinance on September 29, 2020 allowing temporary housing opportunities inside and outside the boundaries of the North Complex/ Bear Fire zone. The urgency ordinance shall remain in effect until December 31, 2023 unless extended or modified by the Board.
-Please see this flyer, https://bit.ly/3iTv6FV for information on what types of temporary dwelling units and which locations will be allowed.
-For more information about the ordinance, please see the Butte County Urgency Ordinance 4188, https://bit.ly/3108jCk.
-For more information about temporary housing requirements as a result of the North Complex Fire, please contact the Butte County Development Services at (530)552-3701
Please Note: Based on the Butte County Health Officer’s hazard advisory, the Butte County Board of Supervisors have prohibited residing on property that contains structural fire debris.
Offers structured transitional housing and supportive services for men, women and children who have been homeless. Participants may participate in programs that help them work toward self-sufficiency. All applicants must be drug and alcohol free. Monthly participation fee to cover the cost of housing, no deposit. Fee includes participation fee, utilities. Food is not included.
The Jesus Center is continuing to accept applications from those who are interested for future placement, but submitting an application will not guarantee placement. The Jesus Center will accept applicants into their transitional houses based on availability. Applicants who are accepted for placement will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result.
Transitional Housing Options and who they serve:
-House of Hope (for women and children who have been homeless)
-Sage House (for senior women ages 55 and over who have been homeless. Cannot accommodate pets)
-Myrtle House (for single women with children who are experiencing homelessness)
-Birch House (for men who have been homeless)
-St. Joseph Lily House (for women who are pregnant or parenting infants 12 months or younger who have been homeless).
-Holly House (for women who have been homeless)
-Sequoia House (for single mothers with children who are Camp Fire Survivors)
Apply through the Jesus Center by calling 530-345-2640 (when calling ask for Shelly) or access the application online at the following link: jesuscenter.org/housing/
Hotel / Motel Information
Provides real time availability of hotels based on location.
Available online: https://www.hoteltonight.com/
Or download the ‘Hotel Tonight’ application, available on the App Store or Google Play.
Orland Inn, 1052 South St., Orland. Phone: 530-865-7632
Motel 6 Willows, 452 N Humboldt Ave., Willows. Phone: 530-934-7026
Economy Inn, 945 Hwy 99 W, Corning. Phone: 530-824-4322 (Est. $90/night)
Super 8, 165 Solano St., Corning. Phone: 530-387-5925 (Est. $95-109/night)
Motel 6, 20 Williams Ave, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-527-9200 (Est. $95/single room/night ~$105/double bed room/night)
Days Inn, 5 Sutter Street, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-567-4520 (Est. $85 + tax/night)
Travelodge by Wyndham, 38 Antelope Blvd, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-727-5189 (Est. $109/night)
7 Inn, 998 Hwy 99 W, Corning. Phone: 530-838-9248
Super 8 by Wyndham, 30 Gilmore Road, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-776-0032 (Est. $80/night)
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Red Bluff, 2810 Main Street, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-528-1600 (Est. $149/night)
Hampton Inn & Suites Red Bluff, 520 Adobe Road, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-529-4178 (Est. $119/night)
Best Western Red Bluff, 203 Antelope Blvd., Red Bluff. Phone: 530-527-8882 (Est. $100/night)
Classic Inn, 1142 Main Street, Red Bluff. Phone: 530-528-8890 (Est. $75/night)
The Inn at Rolling Hills Casino and Resort, 2645 Everett Freeman Way, Corning. Phone: 530-528-3500 (Est. $135/night)
Econo Lodge, 400 C St, Williams. Phone: 530-473-2381 (Est. $99.99 + tax/single bed room/night, $109.99 + tax/double bed room/night)
Colusa Riverside Inn, 41 5th St, Colusa. Phone: 530-458-5880 (Est. $79/single room/night on weekdays, $89/single room/night Fri-Sun ~$89/double bed room/night) No pets.
Ramada by Windham Williams, 374 Ruggieri Way, Williams. Phone: 530-473-5120 (Est. $155/night)
Stage Stop Inn, 330 7th Street, Williams. Phone: 530-473-2281 (Est.$105/night)
Motel 6, 455 4th Street, Williams. Phone: 530-539-3021 (Est. $95/single bed room/night, $102/double bed room/night)
The City of Chico would like to remind those in our neighboring communities who may have been ordered to evacuate and are currently seeking lodging in hotels, motels, or other temporary housing options that Ordinance Number 2522 prohibiting price gouging remains in effect. The ordinance prohibits charging a price that exceeds by more than ten percent the price of rental units, goods or services as such existed before the declaration of an emergency event. This applies to hotels, motels, or other short-term or long-term rentals.
To report any suspected price gouging, please contact the Butte County District Attorney at 1-866-DA-FRAUD (1-866-323-7283). For more information on this ordinance, including a draft of the ordinance itself, please visit the City of Chico’s webpage at https://chico.ca.us/price-gouging-ordinance
Motorhomes / RVS
Offers a spreadsheet of RV & Motorhome Park Sites availability in Butte and surrounding counties. Spreadsheet includes RV/Mobile Home Park names / locations, contact info, park type, space availability (as of August 11th), utilities, length of stay, and cost information.
Vanly has opened their platform to hosts that want to provide their driveway or property space to fire victims and evacuees, with the ability to list their property for free or for a discounted rate for those affected by the fires. Whether they need a place for their car, RV or trailer, evacuees can use Vanly to find nearby driveways or properties where they can safely park.
If you would like to help out, simply list your property. When selecting the price for your listing, you will be asked whether you’d like to make accommodations for evacuees. The process is free, and Vanly will not be charging any fees.
To list or locate a driveway or property space in Northern California please visit: http://bit.ly/ParkYourVan
For questions, feedback, or concerns email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offering connections of donations of motorhomes, RVs, and trailers with families impacted by recent wildfires/natural disasters who are in need of shelter. Families will be contacted by volunteers if an RV is available in their area. Please note: completing the intake form is not a guarantee that families will be connected with an RV. Please submit only one application per household.
To be considered eligible: households must have lost their home due to a natural disaster (wildfire, hurricane, tornado, flood, earthquake, etc). Once matched with a donated RV, households must provide proof of residency of the home that was destroyed. Preferably a copy of their FEMA letter, but a utility bill or license/ID with their address is acceptable. A photocopy of a license and proof of a legal place to park the RV from a property owner will be required before EmergencyRV will deliver an RV.
Please Note: Households should wait to secure a place to park if and after they are contacted by EmergencyRV as there are no guarantees that they will be matched with an RV. Please fill out and submit the Survivor Intake Form found here, https://bit.ly/2ZXlvYi
Please note: We encourage those in need of Motorhome/RV Lodging to reach out directly to the park(s) individually before traveling there in person. Space availability changes often, typically daily. Please also note that those seeking parking/camping space at the parks below will be subject to park/campsite fees unless otherwise noted.
|Rancheria RV Park||15565 Black Angus Lane Hat Creek, CA 96040||530-335-7418||http://bit.ly/2HElMFO|
|Little Bear RV Park||102 Little Bear Road, Blairsden – Graeagle, CA 96103||530-836-2774||http://bit.ly/2Pb0l3k|
|Sacramento River RV Park||6596 Riverland Drive, Redding, CA 960026|
|http://bit.ly/2ufoRJi||Those interested in weekly spaces will be given full hookups but no wifi.|
|Inn Town Campground||9 Kidder Ct, Nevada City, CA 95959|
|http://bit.ly/2HHxzDk||Inn Town Campground does not offer long term stay. Maximum stay for RVs is 14 days.|
|North Shore Campground||541 Catfish Beach Road, Chester, CA 96020|
|http://bit.ly/37Qhoyl||Closed for the season and will reopen May 1st, 2020. Phone reservations begin January 2nd, 2020. Online Reservations/ will begin on March 1st, 2020.|
|Yosemite Pines RV Park||20450 Old Highway 120, Groveland, CA 95321||209-962-7690||http://bit.ly/3bYZBs2|
|Golden River One RV Park||751 Oro Dam Blvd W, Oroville, CA 95965||530-533-8679||FULL as of 09/25|
|River Reflections RV Resort and Campground|
River Reflections RV Resort & Campground
4360 Pacific Heights Road
Oroville, CA 95965
|530-533-1995||http://bit.ly/3bSTB3P||FULL as of 09/25, but can contact individuals once space is available. Please provide name, phone number, RV info (type, year, length, and any slides).|
|RIffles RV Campground||4488 Pacific Heights Rd, Oroville.CA 95965||530-570-8221||FULL as of 09/25|
|Almond Tree RV Park||3124 Esplanade, Chico, CA 95973||530-899-1271||http://bit.ly/2SJ1KAq||Maximum stay is two weeks|
|Susanville Village RV Park|
3075 Johnstonville Road
Susanville, CA 96130
|http://bit.ly/37JGqPp||FULL as of 09/25|
|Pioneer RV Park||1326 Pioneer Road, Quincy, CA 95971|
|MT. Lassen / Shingletown KOA||7749 KOA Road Shingletown, CA 96088|
|North Sacramento Mobile Home Park||902 Del Paso Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95815||916-922-4429||Only for individuals 55 years of age and older|
|Yreka RV Park||767 Montague Road, Yreka, CA 96097||530-841-0100||http://bit.ly/32qArOF||Daily/weekly applicants must fill out a reservation inquiry on the Yreka RV Park website. Monthly applicants must fill out a separate application on the website.|
|River’s Edge RV Park||25 Gilmore Road, Red Bluff, California, CA 96080||530-366-3424||http://bit.ly/2VdPnxQ||2006 or Newer RV preferred. Older RV may be accepted with approved photos proving good condition.|
|Campers Inn RV Park||2501 County Road 88, Dunnigan, CA 95937||530-724-3350|
RV’s must be in good/working condition.
Campers Inn RV Park isn’t a family park. Most residents are seniors and trade workers.
|Driftwood RV Park||24630 Tehama Vina Road, Los Molinos, CA 96055||530-200-0225||Location does not offer long term stay.|