12 Section 8 Waiting Lists Open Now

There are 12 waiting lists open now, but closing soon, in California, Minnesota, Kentucky, Connecticut, Texas, Idaho, New York, Maryland, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.  8 of the 12 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?
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
Amarillo, TX Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until February 7th, 2022 Yes
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
Putnam County, NY Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until February 14th, 2022 No
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
Monroe County, PA Mainstream Section 8 HCV Waiting List Open until Application Limit is reached No

5 Section 8 Waiting Lists Opening Soon

There are waiting lists opening soon in Colorado, California, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Illinois. 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. 4 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?
Longmont, CO Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on January 26th, 2022 Yes
Kern County, CA Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on January 28th, 2022 Yes
Clay County, MN Limited Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on February 1st, 2022 No
Multi-County, NC Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on February 9th, 2022 Yes
Lake County, IL Section 8 HCV Waiting List Opens on February 21st, 2022 Yes

2 Waiting Lists Recently Opened Until Further Notice

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

0 of the 2 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?
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

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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