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The Housing Authority owns/manages a variety of housing programs throughout Southern Oregon. Our properties do not have rental assistance, meaning the rents are not based on your income. However, the rents are significantly lower than market rate rents making them more affordable than other units on the market.

All apartments have waiting lists ranging from 6 months – 4 years depending on the property and unit size. 

Please note: All Housing Authority properties are smoke free, meaning smoking is not allowed inside the unit, on the patios, in common areas or in the parking lots.

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Housing Type Definitions

Subsidized Housing Programs are apartments in which residents pay rent based on their income. The Housing Authority offers a wide variety of subsidized housing programs from the popular Housing Choice Voucher program to housing for elderly residents to housing for chronically homeless families.

Learn more about the Housing Choice Voucher & Project Based Voucher or Rural Development Projects.

Looking for a nice apartment with affordable rent? The Housing Authority owns and manages over 1,500 rental units throughout Southern Oregon. Our rents are lower than market rents, affording families an opportunity to live in a nice apartment at a rent they can more easily afford in a wide variety of sizes, neighborhoods and price ranges.

The Housing Authority does not provide emergency housing. The website provides up to date listings of emergency shelters and other resources that may be available to you.