Housing & Neighborhood Services
The City of Nampa has developed information flyers to assist residents with common housing concerns. We have identified four common areas:
- Homeowners - For residents who own their home and have questions about repairs, Brush Up or Rake Up programs, foreclosures, or lead based paint.
- Renters - For our residents who rent their home and have questions about their rights and responsibilities, preparing for home ownerships, Rake Up Nampa, and a free rental housing search engine.
- Landlords - For our landlords in the community that have questions about their rights and responsibilities, fair housing, reasonable accommodations / modifications, and a free rental property listing service.
- Homeownership Assistance - For our residents who are interested in home ownership and have questions about programs that may be able to provide assistance.
- Homebuyer Research - This link features:
- - A calculator tool to show how much house you can afford
- Mortgage approval vs. home affordability
- What to do when your monthly income is not steady
- What to do when you make a mistake (go over budget)
The Housing Idaho website identifies whether or not a property is an assisted housing provider. Calls should be made directly to the apartment/property manager shown for each development or service. Housing providers have the final say on the actual costs, services and housing types offered at each complex.
Nampa Community Resource Guide
Moving to Nampa or starting a business? Need Social Services or perhaps looking for youth activities, service clubs, or recreational opportunities? The Nampa Community Resource Guide may be able to help. The City of Nampa has developed a Community Resource Guide to assist Nampa residents, businesses, and those interested in moving to Nampa in locating common City and human services. This guide is meant as a helpful tool and is not all-inclusive, nor does inclusion in the directory constitute City endorsement.
Common section headings include:
- Recreation and entertainment
- Youth education
- Civic groups, fraternal organizations, and service clubs
- Higher education and employment training / resources
- Parent / childcare programs and assistance
- Health services
- Veterans resources
- Senior services
- Housing services / resources
411 3rd St. S
Nampa, ID 83651
Treasure Valley Community Resource Center
Serves all of southwest Idaho by providing a vital link between those in need and the many human service agencies developed to assist them. Available 8 am to 5 pm, five days a week, the volunteers work with each client to determine both immediate and long-term needs and provide referrals to the appropriate combination of resources such as information, referrals, case management, and advocacy. Call them at (208) 459-9263 or visit their online directory.
The 2-1-1 Idaho CareLine, a program of the Department of Health and Welfare, is a free statewide community information and referral service. They have a comprehensive database with programs that offer free or low cost health and human services. Search the online database using 'Get Help' on the left side menu or dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-926-2588 to reach a customer service specialist.
United Way Volunteer Center
The Volunteer Center, is a free service to volunteers and agencies. It can help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity by browsing agencies, creating a profile, or doing a search. When you find the opportunity you want to learn more about, connect directly to the agency on their website.
Hands on Banking
Hands on Banking is a free, fun financial education program that presents the basics of smart money management in an easy-to-use format. Topics include budgeting, the importance of saving, bank accounts and services, borrowing money and establishing credit, investing, and more. The curriculum is customized for four groups from fourth-grade through adults.
Canyon County Community Action Center (WICAP)
Community action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other. Out of this philosophy the Canyon County Community Action Center was established. At this center the low-income population in our communities can access assistance with employment, education, money management, housing, emergency assistance, nutrition, linkages with other resources, health information and referrals, and to help families become self-sufficient
To learn more about the assistance that WICAP provides in the Nampa area, please access their website or call them at (208) 454-0675.