10 Section 8 Waiting Lists Open Now

There are 10 waiting lists open now, but closing soon, in Arkansas, California, Minnesota, Kentucky, Connecticut, Idaho, New York, Maryland, and Illinois.  8 of the 10 waiting lists open now have applications available online. Apply using a compatible computer or mobile device from anywhere with Internet access.

Choose a waiting list below to learn more about the application process and other affordable housing opportunities.

Waiting List Status Online Application?
Fayetteville, Arkansas Open until January 21st, 2022 Yes
Sacramento County, CA Section 8 HCV and Other Program Waiting Lists Open until January 26th, 2022 Yes
Richfield, MN Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until January 28th, 2022 Yes
Multi-County, KY Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until January 31st, 2022 Yes
Connecticut State Foster Youth to Independence Open until February 1st, 2022 No
Boise City and Ada County, ID Limited Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until February 10th, 2022 Yes
San Joaquin County, CA Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until February 11th, 2022 Yes
Referral Only New York City, New York Open until June 8th, 2030 No
Hagerstown, Maryland Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until Application Limit is reached Yes
DeKalb County, IL Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until Application Limit is reached Yes

5 Section 8 Waiting Lists Opening Soon

There are waiting lists opening soon in Pennsylvania, Nevada, South Carolina, Colorado, and North Carolina. Choose a waiting list below to learn more about the application process and other affordable housing opportunities.

There are 5 Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers Waiting Lists that will open soon. 3 of the 5 waiting lists opening soon have applications available online. Apply using a compatible computer or mobile device from anywhere with Internet access.

Waiting List Status Online Application?
Monroe County, PA Mainstream Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on January 19th, 2022 No
Multi-County; and Carson City, NV Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on January 20th, 2022 Yes
Lancaster, South Carolina Opens on January 20th, 2022 No
Longmont, CO Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on January 26th, 2022 Yes
Multi-County, NC Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on February 9th, 2022 Yes

4 Waiting Lists Recently Opened Until Further Notice

There are waiting lists in Texas, North Dakota, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania. that are open now until further notice.

1 of the 4 of these waiting lists have applications available online. Apply using a compatible computer or mobile device from anywhere with Internet access.

Waiting List Status Online Application?
Harrison County, TX Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open since January 18th, 2022 No
Cass County, ND Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open since November 4th, 2021 No
Boyd County, KY Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open since September 20th, 2021 No
Tioga and Bradford County, PA Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open since July 28th, 2021 Yes

All Open Waiting Lists By State

Important Terms & Definitions
  • Opening Soon: The waiting list has a set open date in the future. Once open, the housing authority will begin accepting applications for the waiting list.
  • Open Now: The waiting list is currently open until the set close date in the future. The housing authority will accept applications for the waiting list until it closes.
  • Open Until Further Notice: The waiting list is currently open until an unknown date in the future. The housing authority will accept applications for the waiting list until it closes.
  • Open Until Application Limit: The waiting list is currently open until a set number of applications have been submitted.
  • Public Housing Authority: The federal housing agency that manages the waiting list.
  • Waiting List: The list of applicants who meet the basic program eligibility requirements, and have been selected as a potential tenant.
  • Application: The form submitted to the housing authority to determine basic program eligibility.
  • Preferences: Priority placement is given to applicants who qualify for a specific preference category. The most common preferences are those for the elderly, disabled, or homeless households. preferences
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