Homes for Good managers public housing units in Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Cottage Grove, Veneta, Florence and Junction City. We also manage Abbie Lane Courts and Fourteen Pines Apartments where your rent is typically based on 30 % of your adjusted gross income. We also manage Village Oaks Apartments and the Firwood Apartments where residents pay a flat affordable rent.
In subsidized public housing or multi-family housing units, first preference is given to single individuals
who are either elderly or disabled, or to families with children. Firwood Apartments is the only
complex where we can house single individuals who are neither elderly nor disabled. At Village
Oaks, we will also house single full-time students, but one-bedroom units at this complex are rarely
Typically the bedroom size you are assigned is based on the number of people in your family. In most cases we use the guidelines of 2 people per bedroom. If you have questions about your specific situation,
email us or call us at 541-682-3755
Most of our housing programs have income guidelines. In general we are looking for applicants who will be good neighbors, pay their rent on time and take care of their homes. The intake process typically involves a background check and landlord reference checks. If you have a criminal background, do not have landlord references or have poor reference, you may still qualify. We can discuss your specific situation during the Intake process.
In our Public Housing Program and at both Fourteen Pines and Abbie Lane, your rent is based on 30% of your adjusted gross income. Rents at Village Oaks Apartments and Firwood Apartments rents are set at an affordable flat rate. You will need to have enough income to pay the flat rent to quality at these complexes.
Move-in costs for public housing include a deposit ranging from $275 for a one-bedroom unit to
$425 for a two-bedroom unit, and $575 for a three-bedroom unit, and $650 for a four-bedroom
unit. At Abbie Lane and Fourteen Pines, the deposit is $50 or the monthly rent, whichever is greater.
Along with the deposit, new residents will pay only a pro-rated first month’s rent. The leases are
month-to-month, and there are never any fees for applying for our programs.
Federal law prohibits housing authorities from renting to registered sex offenders, or to people who
have manufactured methamphetamines in a subsidized unit. Otherwise, we review criminal histories
on an individual basis. In the case of illegal drug use or alcohol-related arrests, an applicant
must show that he or she has at least one year clean and sober. If you are found ineligible due to
your criminal history, you will have the right to a hearing in which you can demonstrate that you no
longer engage in criminal behaviors, and if necessary that you have sufficient clean-and-sober
Residents may have one dog or cat weighing less than 30 pounds with an approved pet application
and a $200 deposit. For more information about our Pet Policy or our policy regarding Service or Assistance Animals please see our
We offer a number of fully wheelchair accessible units. These units are provided first to current
residents who need them. Applicants or residents who require an accessible unit, grab bars, ramps or other accessibility features may submit a
Reasonable Accommodation request for us to install these items. Please contact
Don Bucholtz if you have additional questions regarding available features.
Public Housing Details
Homes for Good owns a wide variety of housing, and provides it at a subsidized rate -- significantly
below-market rates to qualifying low-income Lane County residents. In most cases rents are set
based on 30% of your income. Homes for Good properties are managed by our staff, or by a contractor.
We set high quality and safety standards for all our properties.
Here at Homes for Good we care deeply about the safety of our residents and staff and understand that we have an important work to do in providing crucial services for low-income families in Lane County.
We are actively monitoring the information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) in collaboration with Lane County, HUD, and other agencies throughout the community.
As a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we will be closing our lobbies and site offices to the public from March 17th until further notice . We encourage those who need assistance to call, and to submit paperwork via email , fax, or through our mail drop box.
As we learn more about the virus, Homes for Good will continue updating our website and social media channels to keep you up to date with current development.
You can view more information about Homes for Good's response to COVID-19 here on our designated COVID-19 landing page.
Como medida de precaución para evitar la propagación de COVID-19, cerraremos nuestros vestíbulos y oficinas del sitio al público desde el 17 de marzo hasta nuevo aviso. Alentamos a aquellos que necesitan asistencia a llamar y enviar documentos por correo electrónico , fax o por medio de nuestra ranura de correo. Puede ver más información sobre la respuesta de Homes for Good a COVID-19 aquí en nuestra página de destino COVID-19 designada.