Syracuse Housing Authority

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Instructions

Thank you for your interest in the Syracuse Housing Authority!!!

Applications to the Public Housing Wait List and other programs will now be accepted ONLINE from 

Reasonable Accommodations / Language Interpretation:   Any applicant may at any time during the application process, request a reasonable accommodation.  A Reasonable Accommodation ensures that persons with disabilities have full access to all SHA programs and services. Accommodations for disabled or non-English speaking residents will be made available upon advance request by calling (315) 470-4241.  

What do I need to apply?  For each household member you will have to enter the following information: 

·         Names

·         Birth dates

·         Social Security Numbers

·         Income amounts and sources and Assets

·         Emergency/Alternative contact information (optional)

 


Preferences:  

Public Housing is a federally-funded program that subsidizes decent, safe, and sanitary housing for low-income persons. Applicants must meet all U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) income and eligibility requirements.

Income Limits: HUD requires all HCV participants to meet income requirements when they begin participation in the program. Income limits are current and subject to change by HUD.  The table below indicates the maximum income limits by household size:

 

INCOME LIMITS

1 PERSON:  $27,850

2 PERSON:  $31,800

3 PERSON:  $35,800

4 PERSON:  $39,750

5 PERSON:  $42,950

6 PERSON:  $46,150

7 PERSON:  $49,300

8 PERSON:  $52,500

 

How to find out your status:   Applicants may verify their status on the wait list by logging in with their user ID and password at www.waitlistcheck.com. You must remember your unique code and your password.  

Reasonable Accommodations / Language Interpretation:  A Reasonable Accommodation ensures that persons with disabilities have full access to all SHA programs and services. Any applicant may at any time during the application process, request a reasonable accommodation.  Accommodations for disabled or non-English speaking residents will be made available upon advance request by calling (315) 470-4210.  

Sincerely,

William J Simmons, Executive Director