Tri-City Housing Authority

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Open Until Further Notice: Tri-City Housing Authority Public Housing Waiting List

Please note: The Tri-City Housing Authority covers Talbotton, Woodbury, and Woodland, GA.The Tri-City Housing Authority (TCHA) is currently accepting Public Housing waiting list applications for families and senior/disabled individuals.Please note: The approximate wait time for housing is 2-3 years.The TCHA offers two Public Housing communities with 66 units for families and senior/disabled individuals.To apply, you must call the TCHA to make an appointment to submit an application. The THCA can be reached by calling (706) 674-2316, from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm, Tuesday-Thursday.Be sure to include these documents with you when applying: birth certificates, social security cards, proof of all income, and photo IDs for all adult household members.The TCHA does not have a preference. Qualified  applicants will be placed on the waiting list by the date and time the application is received.For more information, the TCHA can be reached by calling (706) 674-2316 during normal office hours.

About The Agency

Tri-City Housing Authority provides affordable housing for up to 67 low- and moderate-income households through its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher programs.

33 Martin Luther King Junior Drive, Woodland, GA

(706) 674-2316

Section 8 Application Checklist

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Keep track of everything you need to apply for a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher in this printable checklist created by Affordable Housing Online

How large is the Tri-City Housing Authority?

Tri-City Housing Authority serves 66 low-income households. The agency manages 0 Housing Choice Vouchers and 66 public housing units.

What are the incomes of residents served by the Tri-City Housing Authority?

Extremely low-income (ELI) renters, earning less than 30% of Area Median Income (AMI), make up 71 percent of households served by Tri-City Housing Authority. Very low-income renters earn less than 50% AMI, and are 86 percent of Tri-City Housing Authority households.

How many Tri-City Housing Authority residents are employed?

Working adults head 15 households and make up 24 percent of households served by Tri-City Housing Authority.

How many female-headed renter households are served by the Tri-City Housing Authority?

There are 58 female-headed renter households living in Tri-City Housing Authority housing. Households headed by females are 89% of those served by the Tri-City Housing Authority.

What racial and ethnic groups are found among Tri-City Housing Authority renters?

Black 66

How many senior-headed renter households are served by Tri-City Housing Authority?

There are 15 households headed by seniors served by the Tri-City Housing Authority. Senior households are 24% of households in Tri-City Housing Authority housing.

How many households headed by persons with disabilities live in Tri-City Housing Authority housing?

There are 8 persons with disabilities living in Tri-City Housing Authority housing. Persons with disabilities are the head of 13% of households served by the Tri-City Housing Authority.

How does HUD rate the performance of the Tri-City Housing Authority?

The Tri-City Housing Authority is rated as a standard performer by HUD.

HUD rates the performance of Public Housing Agencies. The department looks at physical condition of properties, financial condition, management operations, and use of Public Housing Capital Funds for improvements.

Public Housing Communities Managed by Tri-City Housing Authority

Woodbury

531 Folk Ave, Woodbury, Georgia 30293

payment Subsidized