What is Public Housing?
WHEN AND WHERE MAY I APPLY?
Interested persons may pick up an application Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the administrative office located at 200 Washington Street (NE corner of Washington Street and Holmes Avenue).
WHO MAY APPLY?
• Low-income families as determined by HUD
• Persons at least 19 years old or 18 years old and married
• Persons living in substandard housing or homeless
• Persons who are involuntarily displaced
DOCUMENTS YOU MUST BRING WITH YOU TO YOUR APPOINTMENT!!!
YOU MUST HAVE THE APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS WITH YOU WHEN YOU COME FOR YOUR SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT:
• Birth certificates or other temporary acceptable birth verifications (shot records, school records, voter registration, or U.S. Passport) for all members of the household; or a USCIS Form I-94 substantiating naturalization/immigration for all members of the household.
• Social security cards for all members of the household; or the signed Social Security paperwork showing you applied for the cards.
• Photo identification for all adult members (18 years and older).
• All final divorce decrees.
• Marriage certificate.
• Most current landlord’s name, telephone number, and complete mailing address. Additional landlord information is required if current residence has been less than one year.
• Employer’s name, complete mailing address, and telephone number.
• Most recent Social Security/SSI award letter.
• Child support check stubs.
• Unemployment check stubs.
• Veterans benefit award letter.
• Bank/Credit Union address and telephone number.
The amount of rent is based on the total household income and is determined at the time of eligibility. A $100 security deposit and at least a $350.00 utilities deposit is required when the lease is signed.