Worthington Housing and Redevelopment Authority
Publicly Owned Subsidized Housing
Publicly owned housing provides low-rent or subsidized housing to households with low incomes who are eligible and may be restricted to older adults, families or people with disabilities.
Housing owned and operated by a local government entity, such as a Public Housing Agency or a Housing Authority, which provides low-rent affordable housing to households with low incomes who are eligible
The rental amount paid by the resident is often determined based on the resident's income. Some housing has a low, fixed rent amount. Public housing comes in all sizes and types, from scattered single family houses to high-rise apartments. Some housing may be restricted to specific populations, such as older adults, families, or people with disabilities.
The Atrium Hi-Rise is a seven-story building with 104 one bedroom apartments
- Scattered Site Family Housing - includes three and four bedroom duplex houses and single family homes throughout Worthington
- Townhomes consist of two and three bedroom family housing units
- People with low income
Public housing is for low-income households.
Your eligibility is based on:
- Annual gross income
- Whether you qualify as elderly, a person with a disability or as a family
- U.S. citizenship or eligible immigration status
If you are eligible, the Housing Authority will check your references to make sure you and your family will be good tenants. A Housing Authority may deny admission to any applicant whose habits and practices may be expected to have a harmful effect on other tenants or on the project's environment.
You must meet income guidelines. Income limits are set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Income guidelines can be found on the HUD website. Check with the property management for specific income limits.
HUD sets the upper income limits at 80% of the median income for the county or metropolitan area in which you choose to live. Some housing is limited to people with very low income (50% of median income). Income limits vary from area to area so you may be eligible at one Housing Authority but not at another. The amount is adjusted each year and is based on family size.
- Low rent public housing hi-rise for people over 65 years old
- Apartments, duplexes, and single housing for all ages
Call for more information. Some properties maintain waiting lists. There may be a long wait, or the waiting list may be closed.