Venice Housing Authority operates 25 affordable units across its public housing portfolio.
The bedroom sizes of Venice Housing Authority public housing units range from 1 bedroom apartments to 2 bedroom apartments. The housing authority’s public housing inventory includes: 88% 1 bedroom apartments and 12% 2 bedroom apartments.
As of Venice Housing Authority’s most recent Resident Characteristics Report (June 30, 2015), the 16-month average number of units occupied was 25 out of a total 25 rental units. This represents a 16-month average vacany rate of 0%.
Of the 25 households who reported head of household data in the housing authority’s most recent RCR report, 25 (100%) were elderly, 0 (0%) were non-elderly, 25 (100%) were disabled, 0 (0%) contained children and 0 (0%) were headed by a female.
Residents of public housing pay rent based on their income. The rent contribution of the tenant is called the Total Tenant Payment (TTP). The TTP is generally 30% of a residents income with a $25 (National minimum) to $50 (some PHA’s) minimum rent. Based on the information in the most recent Resident Characteristics Report (June 30, 2015) the minimum rent in Venice Housing Authority's public housing developments is $50.
The average tenant rent contribution for Venice Housing Authority’s public housing developments is $0.
The TTP distribution across all public housing units in the Venice Housing Authority portfolio is:
The average tenant contribution for elderly residents residing in all properties across the housing authority’s public housing portfolio is $0. The average rent payment for disabled residents is $0. The average TTP for non-elderly, non-disabled renters in the housing authority’s public housing units is $0. Households headed by females had a total tenant payment of $0.
The HUD Resident Characteristics Report provides updated Head of Household race and ethnicity data at the housing authority and property level. Across all properties in the Venice Housing Authority portfolio, 4% of households identified as Black, 92% identified as White, and 0% identified as Hispanic or Latino.
HUD divides household income into four categories: Extremely Low Income (ELI) for households earning less than 30% of the median, Very Low Income (VLI) for households earning between 30% and 50% of the median, Low Income (LI) for households earning between 50% and 80% of the median and Above Low Income for households earning 81% of the median and over.
Of the public housing residents residing in Venice Housing Authority properties, 15 were Extremely Low Income, 10 were Very Low Income, 0 were Low Income and 0 were Above Low Income.
The average annual income of public housing residents living in Venice Housing Authority properties is $13,412. Of all public housing residents, 0% have no income and 0% earn more than $25,000 while 100% have incomes that fall between $0 and $25,000.
The distribution of incomes among the housing authority’s public housing residents is:
The HUD RCR data includes source of income information as well. The data includes five categories of family income: wage income, welfare income, SSI/SS/Pension income, other income and no income. Some families receive income in multiple categories.
Among families residing in Venice Housing Authority public housing 0% have wage income, 0% have welfare income, 100% have SSI/SS/Pension income, 16% have other income and 0% have no income.
As of the last HUD RCR report (June 30, 2015), there were a total of 25 households containing 25 total persons residing in the housing authority’s public housing properties. The average household size across all properties in the housing authority’s public housing portfolio was 1.
Across all units operated by the housing authority, 0% of households included children. Across all household members in Venice Housing Authority public houins units 0% are aged zero to five and 0% are aged 6 to 17.
100% of all residents across the housing authority were age 62 or older and are considered seniors while 0% of all residents were aged 18 to 61.
The HUD RCR report includes length of stay data for Venice Housing Authority public housing communities. 100% of all families residing in public housing have lived there for less than 1 year, 0% have lived in public housing for 1 to 2 years while 0% have lived in public housing for more than 2 years.
Public housing agencies, also called public housing authorities, which receive funding from HUD, are required to submit and receive approval from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development of both an Annual Plan and a 5 Year Plan. These plans establish each housing authority’s policies, strategies, programs and operations for meeting the housing needs of persons within their target area.
The housing authority plans include specific details about the cost of renovations to real estate (also known as capital improvements), changes to Section 8 HCV policies, planned redevelopment of public housing projects and other major administrative changes.
Following are the HUD-approved public housing agency plans for Venice Housing Authority.
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