The City of Sedona is committed to furthering fair housing efforts by promoting fair and equal housing opportunities for its residents. 

equal housing    (928) 282-1154
    Housing Information:
    Cari Meyer (928) 203-5049

Fair Housing Resources
What is Fair Housing?
Fair housing can be defined as a condition in which individuals of similar income levels in the same housing market have a like range of housing choice available to them regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, age, gender, marital status, familial status, source of income, sexual orientation, or disability. It is illegal to deny someone housing because of: race, national origin, familial status, disability, religion, or gender.
For more info: Fair Housing Equal Opportunity for All, It’s Not An Option...It’s the Law
Justicia En Viviendas Opportunidad Igual para Todos, No Es Una Opcion...Es la Ley 

Fair Housing Act, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Have you been discriminated against when making your housing choice? Go to Arizona Housing Department.

Housing Resources

City of Sedona's Development Incentives and Guidelines for Affordable Housing

City of Sedona Baseline Housing Report, 2007

Housing Arizona: Improving the Availability and Quality of Housing for All Arizonans, 2008

Arizona Department of Housing

Tenant Rights, Laws and Protections:
Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act:
Arizona Department of Housing
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Need legal assistance for landlord/tenant issues?
Contact Yavapai County Community Legal Services  
or 928)445-9240
In Coconino County: DNA Peoples Legal Service
or (928) 774-0653

Affordable Housing Resources

What is Affordable Housing Brochure

Affordable Housing-Benefits and Realities Brochure

Sedona's Housing Affordability Gap Chart

Myths and Truths about Affordable Housing

Glossary of Terms

Accessory Dwelling Units
In 2010 Council approved an ordinance allowing for the long-term rental of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). The Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinance became effective on February 11, 2010 and remains in effect until 88 new ADUs are created or until February 11, 2015, whichever comes first. At that time the ADU ordinance will conclude until reviewed and the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council takes further action.

View ADU Examples

Foreclosure Assistance
Behind on your mortgage payments or facing foreclosure? Free counseling service is available. Call the Arizona Foreclosure Help Line: 1-877-448-1211 (toll-free). Other resources:
Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce

“Save Our Home AZ” was created to assist responsible homeowners avoid foreclosure on their primary Arizona residence. Counseling services are available.

















Last updated: 4/28/2015 9:41:12 AM