Section 8

The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federal subsidy program that helps low-income families afford market-rate, private rental housing in the city limits of Santa Rosa. Voucher holders pay approximately 30–40% of their monthly income towards the rent. The City of Santa Rosa Housing Authority pays the balance of the rent to the owner within reasonable limits.

Section 8 Housing

The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program


    The City of Santa Rosa Housing Authority is opening the lottery for placement on the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program’s Waiting List. The lottery will be open on May 1, 2018 and will close May 31, 2018.

    To have your name entered on the Waiting List, you must complete a Lottery Questionnaire and return it by mail, postmarked no later than May 31, 2018, to the Housing Authority office at 90 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa CA 95404.

    Lottery forms will be available on May 1st at Santa Rosa branches of the public library, (Central, Rincon Valley and Northwest at Coddingtown), at the Housing Authority office and on our website at www.srcity.org/section8.

    Names will be selected by lottery for placement on the Waiting List. Applicants will receive written notice of their placement on the Waiting List by August 31, 2018.

    The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program offers rental assistance to qualifying residents.

    To qualify, applicants’ annual gross income must be less than:

    1 person- $30,850     4 persons - $44,050     7 persons - $54,650

    2 persons- $35,250   5 persons - $47,600     8 persons - $58,150

    3 persons- $39,650   6 persons - $51,100

    Income Guidelines may change.

     

    For Landlords


    If you have a vacant unit you'd like us to add to our current list of rent referrals, please fill out the Notice of Vacant Rental Unit Form (PDF) and submit it to us by mail, email, fax (707-543-3317), or in person at our front counter located at 90 Santa Rosa Avenue. You may also call us at 707-543-3300 to have it listed.
      

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