Class of Housing: Housing Authority, Low Income Affordable Housing, Section 8 Housing, Public Housing
The Marietta Housing Authority is "Making Housing Work" by offering housing programs that lift up the community and set the foundation that empowers families to take charge of their future. We are especially excited about making information available to our current and potential tenants and landlords via this website. The Public Housing Program allows the Marietta Housing Authority to offer affordable, decent, safe and sanitary housing to families who meet eligibility criteria. Public Housing is available to those income eligible families who qualify for one, two, three, four or five bedroom units. Income is based on thirty (30%) of the family’s monthly income. Marietta Housing Authority owns and manages apartments located within a one to two mile radius of the historical downtown square of Marietta, Georgia. To qualify for admission, a family must meet income limits as determined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and meet citizenship / eligible immigrant criteria. Families must also meet the Marietta Housing Authority screening criteria in order to be admitted to public housing. Currently our Public Housing Waiting List is closed. Future advertisement will be posted in the newspaper or on the website if the status of the waiting list should change. Some MHA complexes are equipped with Handicap Accessible Apartments, Washer, Dryer, Cable connections, furnished utilities, and after hour emergency maintenance. Elderly residents (62 or older) are exempt from utility charges. These complexes are conveniently located to local schools, churches, libraries, bus lines, hospitals, restaurants and recreational parks. The following complexes are managed by MHA. A description of them is available below: Acworth Branson Walk Fort Hill Senior Housing The use of strategic partnerships results in the creation of opportunities for modernized 'Seniors Only' facilities. The resulting communities offer seniors a complete list of services tailored to meeting the goal of allowing seniors to 'age in place'. Individuals age 62 and over are eligible for admission to these projects. Additionally, it should be noted that individuals who are age 55 and over are eligble for admission to units in the two Legacy projects that do not involve section 8 assistance. Section 8 The Housing Choice Voucher Program, also known as Sec8 Program is a rent subsidy program designed to assist low-income families in paying rent for private housing of their choice. The Housing Authority is currently providing assistance to more than 2151 families through this program. Applicants are limited to low income families, eligible elderly or disabled persons.
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