How To Apply

When the waiting list is open, Complete Pre-Applications will be accepted on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between the hours of 9:00 am and 12 noon on a first come first serve basis.

At the time the applicant comes to the office with their completed application, the applicant will sign in. PHA staff will verify the pre-application submission for completeness to include all required eligibility documents (social security & citizenship) and explain the full application interview, verification and screening processes.

At the initial pre-application visit, the family will complete and sign the application form and sign all certifications and releases.

A complete application must include:
  • Application form signed by Head, Co-Head or Spouse and any adults 18 years or older of the applicant family seeking admission to housing
  • Social Security Number Documentation (SS Card) for every member of the household
  • Birth Certificates/Citizenship Documentation for every member of the household
  • Citizenship Declaration Form/Certification of Non-eligible Immigrant Status (if applicable)
  • Criminal History Check Acknowledgment Form for every member of the household 17 years or older accompanied with Photo ID

Only completed pre-applications will be accepted and immediately be placed on the Waiting List.

Decisions to close the Waiting List and/or restrict application submission will be based on the number of applications available for a particular size and type of unit and the ability of the PHA to house an applicant in an appropriate unit within a reasonable period of time.

When the waiting list is closed or re-opened, a sign will be placed in the lobby (office,window) and an advertisement will be placed in the newspaper. The sign and ad will indicate which parts of the Waiting List are affected.


To be eligible under the Housing Program, applicants MUST meet the following:
  • Qualify as a family as defined below:
    Two or more persons (with or without children) regularly living together, included but not limited to Elderly Family, Near Elderly Family, Disabled Family, Displaced Person and a Single Person
  • Elderly 62 years of age or older
  • Disabled person who is receiving payment benefits
  • The Family must consist of at least one (1) U.S. Citizen
  • Favorable Landlord history for Adults 18 years of age and older
  • Favorable Criminal Background for Adults 17 years of age and older
  • Household income must not exceed the Federal Income Limits for the size of family

View the income limits: 2023 Income Limits

2023 Fair Market Rents

2023 Flat Rent Schedule

Please download the following application: Application

A citizenship declaration form must be completed for each member of the household: Citizenship Declaration Form

A criminal background check must be completed for each adult (18 years of age and older) member of the household: Criminal History Verification

HUD Form 9886 - Privacy Act

HUD Form 52675 - Debts Owed

HUD Form 92006 - Supplement to Application

Waiting List Policy Statement