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Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Programs

Waiting Lists Open July 12th through August 2nd



Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Programs

Waiting Lists Open July 12th through August 2nd

The Glendale Housing Authority will be accepting pre-applications to establish waiting lists for

its Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Programs beginning Monday, July 12, 2021,

through Monday, August 2, 2021. Anyone can submit a pre-application for the waiting lists.

Only one pre-application per household, per program will be accepted, households may submit

interest for one or both programs at the same time. 350 pre-applications will be drawn for each

waiting list. It is possible for one household to be included on both waiting lists if they are selected

during the lottery process, and those selected will make up the waiting list until the next preapplication process takes place. All applicants will be notified of their status.


Anyone needing assistance with the pre-application process including persons with a disability,

persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, visually disabled, or have a reading disability, or those

needing language assistance should call 623.930.3708 Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00

p.m. or email to request a reasonable accommodation,

modification, auxiliary aids, or other services and our staff will assist you. Free translations

services will be provided. Requests for assistance should be made as soon as possible and may be

made before the pre-application period begins. All requests will be processed as soon as possible.


• Online with a personal device

• Online at Glendale Public Libraries, staff is prepared to provide technical assistance and

we are open 7 days a week. Visit for hours and locations.

• Paper pre-applications can be picked up at the Glendale Housing Authority Administration

building at 6842 N. 61st Avenue.

• To request a paper pre-application be mailed to you, call 623.930.3708.

• To fill out a pre-application with a representative over the phone, call 623.930.3708.


All requests to be included in the lottery drawing must be submitted online, postmarked, or handdelivered by 5:00 p.m. on August 2, 2021 to be included.

• Hand-delivered or mailed to:

Glendale Housing Authority

6842 N. 61st Avenue

Glendale, AZ 85301

• Email

• Fax 623.930.1064





Both programs are federally funded and provide free or low-rent housing to income-eligible

households. At least one member of the household must be a U.S. citizen or have a qualifying

immigration status to be eligible for the programs, but that does not have to be the person

completing the pre-application and the eligible person is not required to be an adult. Household

members will not be asked to provide their citizenship/immigration status or social security

numbers on the pre-application. Households must meet income-eligibility and other screening

requirements if selected.

The Housing Choice Voucher program allows participants to lease rental housing located in

Glendale’s service area with any landlord who is willing to participate in the program. This

includes apartment communities as well as rental homes. The Public Housing program allows

participants to lease rental housing at three city-owned and operated apartment-style properties in

Glendale with units ranging from one to four bedrooms.

The City of Glendale has identified the following individual/household characteristics for priority

placement if selected to be on either waiting list.

• Living, Working, or Last Permanent Residence in Glendale

• Employed, Elderly (62 or older), Disabled, or Military (active duty or veteran)

• Currently Homeless or At Risk of Homelessness

• Domestic Violence Crime Victim (assault, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, etc.)

• Displaced by Government Action or Disaster


It is against the law to discriminate against anyone because of race, color, religion, sex, national

origin, familial status, or disability. The City of Glendale is committed to taking meaningful action

to affirmatively further fair housing initiatives including:

• Fostering inclusive communities free from barriers that restrict access to opportunity based

on protected characteristics.

• Supporting non-discrimination initiatives such as the recent adoption of a new Non Discrimination Code prohibiting discrimination in public accommodation, employment,

and housing and establishing penalties for violations.

• Ensuring that communications with individuals with disabilities are as effective as

communications with individuals without disabilities; and,

• Ensuring meaningful access to programs and services for limited English proficient

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