The mission of the Housing Authority of the County of Beaver is to assist low income families with safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities as they strive to achieve self-sufficiency and improve the quality of their lives. The Housing Authority is committed to operating in an efficient, ethical and professional manner. The Housing Authority will create and maintain partnerships with its clients and appropriate community agencies in order to accomplish this mission.
If your family budget is stretched to the limit, the Housing Authority of the County Beaver (HACB) may have just what you’re looking for. Our affordable, attractive housing helps both low- and moderate-income families makes ends meet. Better yet, you have choices.
A Choice of Rent Plans
You may decide that income-based rent is your best option. The means you’ll pay no more that 30 percent of your income for rent when you lease an apartment or town in HACB neighborhood. Water, sewage, grounding keeping and refuse collection are included. In addition, HACB provides routine and emergency maintenance in every complex. If you’re responsible for paying gas or electric bills, a utility allowance will be deducted from your rent payment.
Depending on your family earnings, a fixed-rent lease in one of the HACB’s moderate-income neighborhoods may be practical choice. The monthly payment is not income-based, you can decide where you want live based availability. If you select housing in one of these neighborhoods, you’ll pay rent plus utilities, except for water and sewage which are included in your rent payment. The only added expense is a $99 security deposit. This one-time fee, plus reasonable rent payments, take the pressure off so you can budget and save for other family needs.
A Choice for Locations
HACB has communities throughout Beaver County, giving you a great choice of locations. There are handicap- accessible apartments and townhouses limited on-or off-street parking in every community. Most neighborhoods have onsite programs for the entire family.
If you’re looking for an affordable home for you and your family, get moving and check out HACB’s housing opportunities. For details that will help you make decision about leasing opportunities, please call, 724.775.1220.
The Housing Authority has a number of accessible apartments for persons with mobility impairments. Most of these units are on one level and can accommodate person in wheelchairs. Applicants desiring an accessible unit must submit a Request for a Reasonable Accommodation with their application. The request will then be submitted to their doctor for the certification of the need for the accommodation.