How to Apply

To fill out a pre-application, please visit: www.fresnohousing.org/onlineapplication

Is there a waiting list?

Fresno Housing waiting list is currently OPEN to the following properties:

Huron Public Housing
San Joaquin Public Housing
Kerman Public Housing
Firebaugh Public Housing

Public Notice

Fresno Housing is accepting pre-applications for Low Income Public Housing Interest Lists

Beginning on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 10:00 am through Monday, October 8, 2018 at 3:00 pm Fresno Housing will accept pre-applications for the Low Income Public Housing interest lists for the following properties:

  • Huron Public Housing
  • San Joaquin Public Housing
  • Kerman Public Housing
  • Firebaugh Public Housing

This is not for the Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher program.  The interest list for the Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher program is currently closed.

Pre-applications will be RANDOMLY selected using a LOTTERY system and preferences will be applied to each draw, as applicable.

It is important to know that each pre-application is specific to a property.  To view a detailed list of properties currently accepting pre-applications and to fill out a pre-application, please visit:  www.fresnohousing.org/onlineapplication

There is no cost to apply for any interest list managed by Fresno Housing.  Applicants must meet the eligibility and income requirements according to the Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy  (ACOP) located at www.fresnohousing.org.

Pre-Application Guidelines and Instructions:

  • The online pre-application is designed to be simple and fast – most people finish it in less than 15 minutes.
  • In order to submit an online pre-application, you will need to register and create an account and enter the names, dates of birth and social security numbers for the head of household and spouse/co-head and list the number of family members.
How much will the rent be?

Households that qualify for a unit owned or managed by Fresno Housing Authority pay approximately 30% of their income (or a minimum of $50, whichever amount is higher). Documentation must be provided to Fresno Housing in order to determine the rent amount. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) contributes toward the tenant’s rent balance and supports the management and maintenance of Fresno Housing Authority properties.

See additional information about rent costs.

What apartments are available?

Information about housing units owned, managed, and/or maintained by Fresno Housing Authority can be found in Properties, by Housing Type or by Location or by calling (559) 443-8400, Please note that specific information about which apartments are available at particular locations changes frequently.

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