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The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee offers several options to help meet the housing needs of Milwaukee residents. Please review the options listed below to learn more about them.


SECTION 8 RENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
To learn more about Rent Assistance, click here.


PUBLIC HOUSING

Low-Income Public Housing for Disabled Adults and Adults Ages 50+
The wait list is continuously OPEN.
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Please call (414) 286-5678 to request an application for public housing.
TDD (414) 286-3504.

Low-Income Public Housing General Occupancy, including Families
The wait list for Low-Income Family (General Occupancy) Housing is currently CLOSED, and we are not accepting new applications.

For general information about public housing waiting lists and income guidelines, please click here.

For Frequently Asked Questions and answers, click here.

 


MODERATE-INCOME HOUSING  

Northlawn, Southlawn & Berryland



There may be immediate openings at our moderate-income developments, and wait lists are continuously open.

Please click on the following documents for more informaton about our three moderate-income locations:

Southlawn Neighborhood
Northlawn Neighborhood
Berryland Neighborhood

Please call (414) 286-5678 for more information or to request an application for Moderate-Income Housing.

 

 


IMMEDIATE HOUSING AVAILABILITY IN OTHER PARTS OF WISCONSIN
For information about vacant affordable housing units throughout Wisconsin, visit the Wisconsin Association of Housing Authorities website.



 
The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee is an equal opportunity housing provider and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, handicap, lawful source of income, marital status, family status or sexual orientation.