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Glendale, CA 91206
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Results of the Monthly Housing Subsidy Program Lottery:
The Monthly Housing Subsidy Program (MHSP) is a new pilot program approved by The Glendale City Council to assist extremely low income disabled seniors renting in Glendale by providing a financial subsidy of $300 per month, for 24 months, to 1000 qualified households.
On Friday January 24, 2020, the Housing Authority of the City of Glendale conducted a lottery for MHSP applicants. Applicants who received a lottery number were entered into the lottery. 1750 numbers were randomly selected of which 1229 applications have a priority status of being 75 years of age or older. 1,000 applications will be qualified, and the remaining 229 will be placed on a waiting list. The reminding 521 applications are senior non-priority and will be placed on a waiting list.
Below are results of the lottery sorted by position number (the order in which numbers were randomly selected in the lottery) and by lottery number (the number assigned to applicants who were entered into the lottery):
Non-Priority:MHSP Lottery Results - Non-Priority 521 - Sorted by Position
Multi-Project Affordable Housing Lottery Results:
Vista Grande Court Apartments
Vista Grande Court is a brand new 66 unit affordable apartment building for seniors in the City of Glendale. On Thursday, October 24, 2019, the Housing Authority of the City of Glendale and Vista Grande Court conducted an affordable housing lottery for pre-approved applicants. Applicants who received a lottery number were entered into the lottery. 570 numbers were randomly selected. Below are results of the lottery sorted by priority number (the order in which numbers were randomly selected in the lottery) and by lottery number (the number assigned to applicants who were entered into the lottery).
For more information on the new Rental Rights Ordinance that impacts Glendale residents click below:
Affordable housing is accomplished by developing, preserving, and administering affordable housing programs and projects for low income households. The vision is to ensure that all neighborhoods are quality livable places that are free of blight, where residents feel safe, and can access resources and services.
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