Paso Robles Housing Authority
Oak Park Redevelopment Groundbreaking!
Feb. 12, 2013
Welcome The Paso Robles Housing Authority manages 148 units of low-income public
housing known as Oak Park.
The Housing Authority co-sponsors an After-School Program, a Co-Ed Soccer
Program for children 3-14, an All-Girls Soccer Program up to 15 years of age,
and an Academic Club Team for boys ages 13-14.
Other services on-site include a preschool, California Rural Legal Assistance, and
a Brown-Bag food program.
The apartments in Oak Park were built in 1942 as housing for enlisted men and
women and their families serving at Camp Roberts.
During the 1950s the apartments were converted to low-income housing to serve
the needs of families in Paso Robles and the surrounding area.
To provide quality, affordable housing, that promotes quality of life through a healthy community.