Fri. Mar 1st, 2024

The Housing Authority of the City of Santa Ana (SAHA) will be accepting pre-applications for the Project-Based Voucher (PBV) Program for two specific project locations beginning Friday, December 1, 2023 at 7:30 AM until further notice.

To access the PBV pre-application, and learn more, please visit: the Housing Authority’s waiting list webpage.

Project LocationCrossroads at Washington
1126 and 1146 E. Washington Ave.
Santa Ana, Ca 92701
Unit SizeTen 3-bedroom units (Requires a minimum of 5 household members)
Five 4-bedroom units (Requires a minimum of 8 household members)
Local PreferenceLive or work in the City of Santa Ana at the time of your application
Income LimitAt or below the Extremely Low-Income Limit (30% AMI, see chart below)
Project LocationAndalucía Apartments
816 N. Figueroa St.
Santa Ana, Ca 92703
Unit SizeEight 3-bedroom units (Requires a minimum of 5 household members)
Local PreferenceLive or work in the City of Santa Ana at the time of your application
Income LimitAt or below the Very Low-Income Limit (50% AMI, see chart below)

How to apply

Visit the Housing Authority’s waiting list webpage to complete a pre-application online. If you have any questions or need assistance applying, please contact the Housing Authority Waiting List Hotline (714) 667-2284.

Am I eligible?

We determine eligibility based on the total annual gross income and family size. Housing choice vouchers are limited to US citizens and specified categories of non-citizens who have eligible immigration status. In general, the family’s income may not exceed 50% of the median income for the county or metropolitan area in which the family chooses to live. Below are the programs current income limits: 

Family SizeExtremely Low-income limit (30% AMI)Very Low-income limit (50% AMI)
1 Person$30,150$50,250
2 Persons$34,450$57,400
3 Persons$38,750$64,600
4 Persons$43,050$71,750
5 Persons$46,500$77,500
6 Persons $49,950$83,250
7 Persons$53,400$89,000
8 Persons$56,850$94,750

Learn more about the Section 8 programs and which one is right for you.

Santa Ana Housing Authority



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