Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher
PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
The HCV program assists families with rental assistance payments, provided they meet eligibility requirements and are within HUD approved income limits (see table below).
Section 8 New Construction Program
The New Construction program provides assistance to tenants living at Casas De Esperanza and Pioneer Village apartment complexes. Assistance is tied to the housing unit and cannot be ported to another facility as with the Voucher Program.
Section 8 Pre-application Form
Click here to download a copy of the application.
Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation
This program provides assistance to elderly residents living in the targeted area, Census Tracts 8 & 9, (map) in the rehabilitation of their homes. For more information on this program, call Humberto Rivera, Rehabilitation Specialist at (520) 417-7382 or e-mail Humberto Rivera. Click on the link to download a copy of the Application Rehab Form Updated 10.17.07.
Rental Rehabilitation Program
The Rental Rehabilitation Program assists local property owners in rehabilitating rental properties by providing low interest (3%) loans. Maximum amount that can be borrowed is $25,000 per unit. The property must be located within Census Tract 9.
Emergency Home Repair Program
The Emergency Home Repair program is designed to correct hazardous conditions that will result in a unit that is decent, safe and sanitary and meets the State Rehabilitation Standards. The program will address units with one or more hazardous conditions that threaten the health and safety of the occupants, such as roofing repairs, plumbing, electrical, etc. Note: Funds may also be used to assist owners on the waiting list for Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation where correction of hazardous conditions is necessary to avoid displacement of the owner-occupants. In this case, the cost of emergency repairs must be included in the total cost of rehabilitation. Click on the link to download the Application Emergency Home Repair Updated 08-14-07.
Lead Test Permit
If your home was built before 1978, consider having your home tested for lead. You may want to test your home if it has painted surfaces that are in poor condition. Before you begin home repair or remodeling projects, test any painted surfaces that will be removed or remodeled. Disturbing lead-based paint can create a lead-poisoning hazard. Download application for Lead Test Permit.
WAITING LIST CLOSED AS OF AUGUST 5, 2013 FOR THE FOLLOWING HOUSING PROGRAMS: SECTION 8 HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER, OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING REHABILITATION AND EMERGENCY HOUSING REHABILITATION.
|Extremely Low Income Limits||Very Low Income Limits|
|1 Person $11,400||1 Person $18,950|
|2 Persons 13,000||2 Persons 21,650|
|3 Persons 14,650||3 Persons 24,350|
|4 Persons 16,250||4 Persons 27,050|
|5 Persons 17,550||5 Persons 29,250|
|6 Persons 18,850||6 Persons 31,400|
|7 Persons 20,150||7 Persons 33,550|
|8 Persons 21,450||8 Persons 35,750|
Income Limits Revised: December 1, 2012
The Neighborhood, Housing, and Grants Division welcomes your comments and suggestions:
City of Douglas PHA
425 E. 10th Street
Douglas, AZ 85607
(520) 417-7385; Fax (520) 417-7158