THE PUBLIC HOUSING (NOT SECTION 8) WAITING LIST IS NOW CLOSED FOR ALL BEDROOM SIZES
Public Notice: The Public Housing Waiting List is now CLOSED for all bedroom Sizes.
Public Housing Security Issues and Improvements Plan
The Ann Arbor Housing Commission recently conducted a site analysis of each public housing location -- including tenant surveys about security issues. The results of the site by site analysis can also be found by clicking HERE
. An AAHC committee has been working with these surveys and other public commentary and has developed a Security Improvements Plan which can be viewed in its current form by clicking HERE
. This plan was presented to the AAHC Board of Commissioners on May 16.
The AAHC thanks you for your concerns and will continue to share plans for security improvements here and at the Low-Income Public Housing web page.
Public Housing Notice
All Public Housing Residents:
Asbestos Awareness Information:
The AAHC has completed its revision of its lease and encourages residents to review the new lease. The new lease and a redlined version comparing the old and new lease are available on the website at www.a2gov.org/housingcommission
and a hard copy is available at the Miller, Baker, and Ashley offices. The AAHC will take the proposed lease to the Board on January 16, 2012 for approval. If approved by the Board, the lease will take effect a minimum of 60 days later. The projected start date for the new lease is April 1, 2013. All tenants will be required to sign the new lease in order to maintain tenancy.
Changes to the Ann Arbor Housing Commission Flat Rent Schedule will be made effective January 1st. A public notice and review period is scheduled for October 1st, 2012 through October 31st, 2012. Please refer to the following links for more information.
Flat Rent Analysis
For a schedule of public meetings click here.
AAHC PUBLIC HOUSING POLICIES
ADMISSIONS AND CONTINUED OCCUPANCY POLICY (ACOP)
You can now listen to our Administrative Plan and Policies as well as view them. To do so:
Turn on the Read Out Loud function by going into the Adobe document and clicking on View, then clicking on Read Out Loud, and then clicking on Activate Read Out Loud.
After that function starts up, you can either scroll through the document and the computer voice speaks the words or highlight an area to be spoken by the computer.