Yes, most of our properties allow pets with size limitations. The pet must be an animal that is commonly kept as a pet, such as a dog, cat, fish or bird. Look at the ,a href="/Portals/22/Documents/FormsAndPolicies/Pet Policy.pdf> Pet Policy for more information.
Yes, come to the office and report all changes in income or family status within five days. Changes in income may impact your rent payment.
If your account was current and you left your apartment clean and in good shape, you should receive any refund due to you within thirty days.
When you move, come by the office and complete a change of address form or write us a letter. Don't forget to let the Post Office know your new address too, so you don't miss any important mail.
Yes, you can apply for housing without your birth certificate, driver's license or Social Security Card. However, you will need those documents at move-in, so make arrangements to get new ones now.
All of the programs offered by the Housing Authority are accepting applications. You can apply for one or all programs for which you might qualify with the same application.
Section 8 is a very popular program. The wait for a voucher could be up to five years.
The application must be submitted in person, so we can look it over before you leave. We want to make sure you didn't miss a page or omit any information necessary to process your application.
The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program has a portability aspect where a voucher may be used in a location other than where it was obtained. Talk to the representative at the housing authority that provided your voucher. That housing authority can call us to get the process started.
Yes, but only with the approval of the Housing Authority. You can add another person to your lease if that person completes an application and qualifies for the program. Make sure you have done all the paperwork and you both have signed the lease before you let anyone move in.
The damage deposit is usually equal to one month's rent. The Pet Deposit is $200.00.