Eligibility

Family: for the purpose of eligibility, is either a single person or a group of persons, and included two or more individuals residing together in a stable relationship. A stable relationship is defined as either marriage or two adults who have shared living quarters for a minimum of one year.

NOTE: Single individuals who are elderly, handicapped or disabled will be given preference over single individuals who are not elderly, handicapped or disabled.

Income Limits: based on family size. HUD requires 75% of all admissions to the program on a yearly basis are extremely low income families.

Family Size

Extremely Low Income

Very Low Income

1

$14,350

$23,900

2

$16,400

$27,300

3

$20,420

$30,700

4

$24,600

$34,100

5

$28,780

$36,850

6

$32,960

$39,600

7

$37,140

$42,300

8

$41,320

$45,050

9

$45,480

$47,750

10

$49,640

$50,500

11

$53,200

$53,200

12

$55,950

$55,950

Citizenship status: Eligibility for federal housing assistance is limited to U.S. citizens and those who have eligible immigration status.

Eviction for drug-related criminal activity: Persons evicted from public housing or any Section 8 Program for drug-related criminal activity are ineligible for assistance for at least three (3) years from the date of eviction.

Waiting List - CURRENTLY OUR WAITING LIST IS CLOSED

Applicants who meet a preliminary review for eligibility shall be placed on the Waiting List, in chronological order, according to the date and time their application was received.

Applicants shall be contacted, by preference categories, in chronological order.