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To get started, you must know your household income. Specifically, you’ll be asked for your allowable gross annual income. Gross income means a household's total, non-excluded income, before any deductions have been made. Use that income and our housing directory to explore your public housing options. If you identify a desirable unit, you should apply for public housing. If you do not, and would prefer to find your own housing, you should apply for Section 8 assistance.

If your household income exceeds the limits set here, you are not eligible for public housing or Section 8. Visit our Resources page for other options.

Income-Based Options

Your household income (Allowable Gross Annual Income) must not exceed the limits of the following table if you wish to qualify for: Public Housing, Village Oaks, and Firwood Apartments

1 Person 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons 8 Persons
$39,200 $44,800 $50,400 $56,000 $60,500 $65,000 $69,450 $73,950

Your household income (Allowable Gross Annual Income) must not exceed the limits of the following table if you wish to qualify for: Section 8, Abbie Lane, and Fourteen Pines

1 Person 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons 8 Persons
$24,500 $28,000 $31,500 $35,000 $37,800 $40,600 $43,400 $46,200

In addition, according to federal legislation enacted in 1999, a certain percentage of Public Housing and Section 8 admissions must be applicants with incomes below the limits listed below.

1 Person 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons 8 Persons
$14,700 $17,240 $21,720 $26,200 $30,680 $35,160 $39,640 $44,120