Whether you currently live in Camp Verde, or you are thinking of moving to the community, this page contains helpful information pertaining to attainable housing opportunities in and around the town, including local assistance programs, as well as information on Fair Housing.
Are you looking for an affordable place to rent? Click here for a link for low-cost rentals in Camp Verde.
Are you in jeopardy of losing your home to foreclosure? Click here for information about the Arizona Foreclosure Helpline at the Arizona Department of Housing website, or call directly, 1-877-448-1211 (Toll Free).
Do you own your home? Is it inside the incorporated town limits? Is it in need of repairs? You may qualify for the Camp Verde Owner-Occupied Home Rehabilitation Program. We are currently creating a waiting list for those interested in future grant awards.Click here for a brochure which has information about this wonderful program. Please come by Town Hall, 473 South Main Street, Suite 102 for additional information. Click here for a pre-application. To make an appointment to learn more about this program, please contact Matt Morris at (928) 567-6631.
The U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1968 prohibits housing discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status or disability. Click here if you think you have been a victim of housing discrimination. Click Tenant Rights and Responsibilities to view an online copy of the Tenant’s Rights and Responsibilities Handbook, which includes forms for various tenant/landlord requests (such as for repairs). Click here for a link to the Residential Landlord & Tenant Act on the Arizona Secretary of State website.
In November of 2007 the University of Arizona’s Drachman Institute completed their proposed master plan for Parkway Homes. Click the links below to download the Drachman Report. (Note: each section is two to three Mega Bytes, download time for each section can take several minutes at slower connection speeds.) Copies of the report are also available at the Camp Verde Community Library.