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   SACRAMENTO HOUSING AUTHORITY OPENS PUBLIC HOUSING WAIT LISTS    
  Apply online at www.sacwaitlist.com
 
Wait lists to remain open until further notice,
but applicants will be processed first come, first served based on the date and time that the application is received and the number of bedrooms needed. The Sacramento City and County Housing Authority housing programs serve very low income families and individuals. Eligible famflies will receive rental assistance.
 
 

1. Housing Choice Voucher Program (previously known as Section 8)

The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) assists very low-income families in renting decent, safe and sanitary rental units available on the open market. The families pay a portion of their income toward rent and the Housing Authority, with funds from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, pays the remainder. The rental unit must pass regular inspections and the rental amount must be approved, but the family chooses where to live. For more information,click here.

2. Public Housing

The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency owns and manages more than 3,000 public housing units within the City and County of Sacramento. These housing units consist of a variety of apartments, duplexes and single family homes. Low-income families pay a portion of their income toward rent each month, based on their income. A criminal background and landlord reference check is required prior to admission into the program. For more information, click here.

3. Affordable Housing Options

This housing is owned by private or public owners. The family pays a portion of their income toward rent. In most cases, the family receives assistance only as long as they are living in the unit. The assistance is not transferable to another unit. For more information, click here.



Paper applications are available at the following locations.
Coloma Community Center,4623 T Street, Sacramento
Hart Senior Center, 915 -27th Street, Sacramento
Oak Park Community Center, 3425 Martin luther King, Jr, Blvd,Sacramento
Pannell Meadowview Community Center, 2450 Meadowview Rd,Sacramento
Robertson Community Center, 3525 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento
South Natomas Community Center, 2921 Truxal Road, Sacramento
North Highlands Community Center, 6040 Watt Avenue, North Highlands
Fruitridge Community Center, 4000 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento
Fulton-EI Camino Recreation and Parks District, 220 Cottage Way, Sacramento
Cordova Recreation and Park District2197 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova
Rio Linda/Elverta Recreation and Park District, 810 Oak Lane, Rio Linda
Sunrise Recreation and Park District. 7801 Auburn Boulevard, Citrus Heights
 
Applications are also available at some Senior Citizen Centers.

Paper pre-applications are not available at Housing Authority locations. Paper pre-applications must be submitted via U.S. Postal Service only. Sacramento Housing Authority conductsı fingerprint criminal background checks on all adults applying for housing. Apply online at www.sacwaitlist.com or click to links above.
 
 
More details are available at www.shra.org. Click on the link to Public Housing Wait List at the top of the left menu selection. 

1. Housing Choice Voucher Program (previously known as Section 8)

The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) assists very low-income families in renting decent, safe and sanitary rental units available on the open market. The families pay a portion of their income toward rent and the Housing Authority, with funds from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, pays the remainder. The rental unit must pass regular inspections and the rental amount must be approved, but the family chooses where to live. For more information,click here.

2. Public Housing

The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency owns and manages more than 3,000 public housing units within the City and County of Sacramento. These housing units consist of a variety of apartments, duplexes and single family homes. Low-income families pay a portion of their income toward rent each month, based on their income. A criminal background and landlord reference check is required prior to admission into the program. For more information, click here.

3. Affordable Housing Options

This housing is owned by private or public owners. The family pays a portion of their income toward rent. In most cases, the family receives assistance only as long as they are living in the unit. The assistance is not transferable to another unit. For more information, click here.



Paper applications are available at the following locations.
Coloma Community Center,4623 T Street, Sacramento
Hart Senior Center, 915 -27th Street, Sacramento
Oak Park Community Center, 3425 Martin luther King, Jr, Blvd,Sacramento
Pannell Meadowview Community Center, 2450 Meadowview Rd,Sacramento
Robertson Community Center, 3525 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento
South Natomas Community Center, 2921 Truxal Road, Sacramento
North Highlands Community Center, 6040 Watt Avenue, North Highlands
Fruitridge Community Center, 4000 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento
Fulton-EI Camino Recreation and Parks District, 220 Cottage Way, Sacramento
Cordova Recreation and Park District2197 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova
Rio Linda/Elverta Recreation and Park District, 810 Oak Lane, Rio Linda
Sunrise Recreation and Park District. 7801 Auburn Boulevard, Citrus Heights
 
Applications are also available at some Senior Citizen Centers.

Paper pre-applications are not available at Housing Authority locations. Paper pre-applications must be submitted via U.S. Postal Service only. Sacramento Housing Authority conductsı fingerprint criminal background checks on all adults applying for housing. Apply online at www.sacwaitlist.com or click to links above.
 
 
More details are available at www.shra.org.
 Click on the link to Public Housing Wait List at the top of the left menu selection.