Income Limits PH
To be eligible for the Conventional Public Housing program, the applicants must be a family as defined by the following:
“A single person regardless of actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status, who may be an elderly person, disabled person, near-elderly person, or any other single person, or a group of persons residing together. Such group includes, but is not limited to a family with or without children. A family also includes two or more individuals who are not related by blood, marriage, adoption, or other operation of law, but who either can demonstrate that they have lived together previously or certify that each individual’s income and other resources will be available to meet the needs of the family.”
The head of household must be at least 18 years of age or be a legally emancipated minor. At least one member of the family must be a US Citizen or have legal immigration status to receive assistance.
The family’s total gross yearly income must not exceed federal income limits at the time of final eligibility. The following are the current income limits for this area.
Income Limits are subject to change on an annual basis as determined by Department of Housing and Urban Development.
|Ventura County Income Limits for year 2018|