OFFICE CLOSURE NOTICE:
Housing Authority office will be closed from Monday, December 29, 2014
through Friday, January 2, 2015. The office will reopen on Monday,
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT-IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT-IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
UHA's 2015 Agency Plan (Five Year and Annual Plan), proposed changes to the
Section 8 and Public Housing program policies, 2015 Capital Fund
plan, and Capital Fund Program Five Year Action Plan are available
The Public Comment Period to provide feedback for these proposed
plans and policies will be from November 21, 2014 to January 5,
to review and/or to comment on the proposed Five Year and Annual Plan,
and proposed policy changes.
UHA's proposed 2015 Five Year and Annual Plan and revisions to
its policies are available for review. The policies will
be voted on by the UHA Board of Commissioners at it's regular
Board meeting on January 12, 2015. A public hearing
regarding the Five Year and Annual Plan and proposed policy
changes will be held during the Board meeting on January 12,
The Housing Choice Voucher
(Section 8) program Administrative Plan establishes the policies that govern
UHA's Section 8 program. The Public Housing Admissions and
Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) establishes the policies that govern the
Public Housing program. Both documents are supporting
documents to UHA's Annual Plan for 2015. If approved by the UHA Board
of Commissioners, the Five Year and Annual Plan and policy changes will be
effective on April 1, 2015.
to review and/or to comment on the proposed 2015 Capital Fund
plan and Capital Fund Program Five Year Action Plan.
Each year UHA
receives a Capital Fund Grant from the federal government to
help support capital improvement projects at its Los Olivos
Public Housing site. Capital Fund grants also help support
program management and other administrative activities.
policies will be voted on by the UHA Board of Commissioners at
it's regular Board meeting on January 12, 2015. A public
hearing regarding the Five Year and Annual Plan and proposed
policy changes will be held during the Board meeting on January
Public Comment Form
(due by January 5, 2015)
Visitors by Appointment Only
UHA can see visitors
by appointment only, but you can use this website to access the
information you need!
Schedule an appointment if you
need to see your worker.
Be sure to
schedule an appointment before visiting
the UHA offices. Current Section 8 and Public Housing participants can schedule an appointment by phone, by
e-mail, or by submitting a “Request For Appointment”.
Paperwork can be
mailed in or dropped off during business hours.
A drop-box is
available in the UHA lobby. Please note: you will not be able to see your worker
when dropping off paperwork unless you have an appointment.
available 24 hours a day on this website.
forms pages forms for
Owners/Managers to download the forms you need. Forms are also
available in the client self-service area of UHA's lobby during regular business hours.
Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) Housing Assistance Payments to
Monthly HAP payments are
scheduled to be made no later than the 5th day of each month.
Deposit for Section 8 Property Owners and Managers is Available
UHA is pleased to
announce that the convenience of direct deposit is available
for Section 8 property owners. Want to
sign up or learn more? Check out our
Posted 1/31/2013 - Updated 10/28/2013
Section 8 and Public Housing Waiting Lists
waiting lists for the Section 8 and Public Housing programs are now
There are more families on the waiting lists than UHA will be able to assist in the near future, and no applications
will be accepted until further notice. Please check back periodically for updated information about the waiting lists.
UHA Has Gone Green with Online Newsletters for Section 8!
Bulletin Newsletter for Section 8 property managers and
participants is now available online
The newsletter for UHA's Public Housing residents, the Los Olivos
News, is also available online. Click here to view current and
The Enterprise Income Verification System (EIV):
A Tool For Tracking Debts Owed and Terminations of Former Section 8
and Public Housing Participants.
The Violence Against Women Act
to learn what Landlords Should Know About the Violence
Against Women Act (VAWA)