Under the project-based voucher program, a PHA enters into an assistance contract with the owner for specified units and for a specified term. The PHA refers families from its waiting list to the project owner to fill vacancies. Because the assistance is tied to the unit, a family who moves from the project-based unit does not have any right to continued housing assistance. However, they may be eligible for a tenant based voucher when one becomes available.
This is NOT for the Section 8 Voucher (Tenant Based program).
The Housing Authority of the City of Waterbury located at 2 Lakewood Road, Waterbury CT hereby gives notice that it will be accepting applications for its Low Income Public Housing program (24 CFR Part 960, Subpart B, Part 945 and 960.201 through 960.208).
This is NOT for the Housing Choice Voucher or Section 8 program.
Pre-applications will be accepted according to U.S. HUD guidelines without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, handicap or family status. Eligibility will be determined according to occupancy standards and income limits established by HUD.
Applications will be accepted for 3, 4, and 5 bedroom units beginning Friday, February 13, 2015 at 8:30am through the website at www.wtbyha.com. Applications will be accepted until further notice. Applicants will be placed on the waitlist in order of submission date and time.
Individuals requiring a reasonable accommodation may contact (203) 596-2640.
No other telephone calls will be accepted.
Programa de vivienda pública
La autoridad de vivienda de la ciudad de Waterbury – 2 Lakewood Rd. Waterbury CT presenta que estará aceptando solicitudes para su programa de viviendad pública. (24 CFR Part 960, Subpart B, Part 945 and 960.201 through 960.208).
Esto no es para el programa Housing Choice Voucher o sección 8.
Se aceptarán solicitudes previas según las pautas de HUD de Estados Unidos sin distinción de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, condición de desventaja o familia. Elegibilidad se determinará según las normas de ocupación e ingresos los límites establecidos por HUD.
Se aceptarán solicitudes pará 3, 4 y 5 dormitorios iniciando Lunes, Enero 13 del 2015 a las 8:30am a través de la página web en www.wtbyha.com. Los solicitantes serán colocados en la lista de espera en orden de fecha de presentación y hora
Las personas que requieren una acomodación razonable pueden contactar al (203) 596-2640.
No se aceptarán otras llamadas telefónicas.
The Housing Authority of the City of Waterbury (WHA) was founded in 1953 to provide affordable housing in Waterbury for families who lack the means to purchase or rent housing at market prices. WHA’s mission is to achieve excellence in the housing industry by providing housing opportunities and customer satisfaction to enhance the quality of life for very-low, low and moderate-income residents. WHA is a federally funded independent agency which operates under direction of a Board of Commissioners appointed by the Mayor. Effective October 1, 2014, the Board is composed of Chairman James J. Lawlor Esq., Vice-Chairman James Welcome Esq., Tawanna Gibbs, Commissioner, and Sandra Roosa, Commissioner, and Regan Moriarty, Commissioner. Current staff is about 33 employees. WHA currently owns and operates residential properties with 785 family units, housing approximately 2068 individuals throughout its Public Housing units. In addition, another 2,750 families (5,005 individuals) are assisted by the Enhanced Voucher Program (Section 8).
The Waterbury Housing Authority accepted pre-applications for the Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly known as the Section 8 Program) November 26, 2012 at 12:00AM through November 30, 2012 at 4:30PM.
The lottery was conducted in January 2013, hereby placing a sufficient number of individuals on the waiting list. There is no anticipated future date to re-open the application process at this time.