Tenant Responsibilities

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This webpage is only for tenants that live at AHA owned properties.

Maintenance Requests for Independence Plaza and Anne B. Diament

The Portfolio Management department at the Housing Authority of the City of Alameda (AHA) provides property management and maintenance services at Independence Plaza (IP) and Anne B. Diament (ABD) only. There are three options to submit non-emergency/routine maintenance requests at IP and ABD.


Call the Resident Manager at Independence Plaza or Anne B. Diament.

IP (510) 865-7288
ABD (510) 521-3117

These phone numbers are monitored from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday only.

Please leave detailed message and include the following information:

  • Name
  • Apt Number
  • Phone number
  • Description of repair needed
  • Does maintenance have permission to enter if you are not home?

Send an email to: workorder@alamedahsg.org

Please include the following information:

  • Your name
  • Phone number
  • Address
  • Description of repair needed

This email account is monitored from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday only.

After Hours Emergencies

Emergency work orders that happen after business hours can be called in to:

(510) 747-4300
Click to call, press 5, and then press 4.

With any message, please be sure to leave the following information:

  • Your name
  • Phone number
  • Address
  • Description of the emergency

Failure to leave any of this information will result in a delay of service.

Tenant Responsibility Topics

Maintenance Requests for residents of AHA properties managed by FPI Management

For all maintenance or repair requests, please refer to the corresponding property link on the “Current Communities” webpage. Please call your property manager for any after hours emergencies that include fire, flood, or any significant damage to the building. To find the contact info of your property manager, please visit the “Current Communities” webpage.

If you are locked out of your unit and maintenance needs to respond after hours, you will be charged for that service.

Rental Payments

Rent is due on the 1st of each month and considered late after the 5th day of the month. If the 5th day of the month falls on a weekend or a holiday, rent will be due the following morning. All rent payments should be turned in at the property manager’s office of the housing community. If payments are submitted to the incorrect location or after the grace period, a late fee will be applied.

Check or money order are the only accepted forms of payment.


Property management is responsible for completing annual income certifications. This is separate from the income certification that is completed by the assigned AHA Housing Specialist.

Available Rentals

For all rental property leasing and info on how to apply, please contact the property directly. To view available affordable housing rentals in the City of Alameda, please click here.

Property Management Office Policies

Property management applicants and tenants are encouraged to contact the property manager to make appointments to ensure your needs are met. All property offices have their business hours posted outside of their main door. If you have any questions call or email them directly.

Please see your property under the “Current Communities” webpage for their contact information.

Social Services

LifeSTEPS staff can connect AHA residents and program participants to important social services and resources including the Alameda Food Bank, Medical Services, Rental Assistance, Transportation, Recreation and Trade School Scholarships, just to name a few.

For more information, call Angel Reyes at (510) 410-0161 or send an email to areyes@lifestepsusa.org.

Reasonable Accommodations

If you need a Reasonable Accommodation that pertains to your unit, please contact the property manager for your community.

Visit the “Current Communities” webpage for the property manager contact information.

You can also submit a Reasonable Accommodation request online, please click here.

For more information related to Reasonable Accommodations,

please contact Program Assistant: Teresa Serrato

tserrato@alamedahsg.org or (510) 747-4326.

Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA)

For more information about the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), please visit AHA’s VAWA webpage.

Language Access Plan (LAP)/Limited English Proficient (LEP)

AHA will provide language assistance services to persons with LEP to reduce barriers to affordable housing.

For more information, please review AHA’s current LAP for LEP here:

If you have any questions, please contact us.