Oasis Mobile Home Park Community Update Meeting Scheduled Wednesday, May 3

OASIS – To date, Riverside County has helped more than 70 families relocate from Oasis Mobile Home Park and more are expected.

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors in April approved the Oasis Housing Opportunity Program, (OHOP). This program will provide grants of up to $100,000 per eligible household to move out of the Park. This grant program can help families move sooner and provide flexible options to families, according to Supervisor V. Manuel Perez. The program is expected to help approximately 150 families.

To learn about this program and more, Riverside County will hold a community update meeting at 5:30 p.m. today, Wednesday, May 3 at Oasis Elementary School, located at 88-175 74th Avenue in Oasis.

The meeting is the fifth community update meeting hosted by Riverside County’s housing division since September 2022. Perez requested that these meetings be held on a frequent basis to keep Oasis Mobile Home Park residents updated on the latest progress and housing options for relocation and keep these efforts moving.

The meeting will be conducted in Spanish.

During the meeting, Riverside County housing staff are expected to give an overview of the

Other updates at the meeting will include: project updates and potential relocation options, a presentation by Riverside County Code Enforcement, an update on water testing by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and discussion of rent increases at Oasis Mobile Home Park, presented by Riverside Legal Aid.

Wednesday’s meeting will provide information on resources and an opportunity for community members to ask questions directly to county departments and other agencies.

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