Any member of the household has been evicted from federally assisted housing in the last 3 years for drug related criminal activity
Any household member is currently engaged in the use of illegal drugs
Any household member has ever been convicted of drug related criminal activity for the production, manufacture of methamphetamine
Any household member subject to a lifetime registration requirement under a state sex offender registration program
The application for admission is placed on the waiting list after preliminary determination of eligibility is completed according to date and time of application. An application may remain on the waiting list for a period of 18-36 months depending on availability of units and size of unit required.
Final Determination of Eligibility
When the application for admission reaches the top of the waiting list and a unit is available, a final determination of eligibility is processed. The applicant must meet PHA’s qualifications for admissions criteria in accordance with the Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy. Additionally, the PHA will examine relevant information pertaining to past and current habits or practices to include but not limited to:
Past performance in meeting financial obligations especially rent and utilities
Record of disturbances, destruction of property, poor housekeeping habits or any other actions that adversely affected other residents or neighbors
History of criminal activity on the part of any applicant or family member
Debts owed to any Public Housing Agency
Applicants who are determined ineligible for admission are notified in writing stating the reason for denial. The applicant will be provided an opportunity for an informal hearing.
Once final determination of eligibility is established, a written notification will be sent to the applicant. When a unit of appropriate size is available, an offer will be made by the Public Housing Agency.