UHA Resident Advisory Board (RAB)
About the Resident Advisory Board
WHAT THE RESIDENT ADVISORY BOARD DOES
Serving on the RAB gives UHA’s assisted families an opportunity to participate in guiding UHA’s programs and policies. The RAB’s job is to review the PHA Plan and to communicate ideas and feedback about the plan to UHA. In order to meet these requirements, members of the RAB must be able to:
WHAT THE RESIDENT ADVISORY BOARD DOESN’T DO
The role of the RAB is limited to assisting UHA with developing the PHA Plan. The RAB does not:
BENEFITS OF SERVING ON THE RESIDENT ADVISORY BOARD
Serving on the RAB is an opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas for UHA’s Public Housing and Section 8 programs. Additionally, time spent working with the RAB can be used to satisfy the community service requirement for Public Housing residents.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SERVING ON THE RESIDENT ADVISORY BOARD
Members of the RAB are appointed by UHA. Interested persons must submit an application and meet the eligibility criteria. To be considered for the RAB, you must:
Be available to attend several meetings at the UHA office between 7:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on weekdays.
Commit to service on the RAB. The RAB can only function if its members attend all meetings, come prepared to work with the group, and provide constructive feedback on the information presented to them.
UHA will review applications and may conduct interviews with applicants in order to identify RAB appointees. RAB participants will be appointed for a term of one (1) year. UHA will notify appointees in writing.
Housing Authority of the City of Upland, California
Campus Avenue, Upland, California 91786