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Housing Choice Voucher Waiting List (Section 8):

Current Housing Choice Voucher Waiting List Status: CLOSED

Last opened: September 19, 2015 thru October 3, 2015

The Housing Authority will announce the next opening of the HCV Wait List in the following newspapers:

  • The Californian
  • Monterey Herald
  • South County News
  • Monterey County Weekly
  • Seaside Post News Sentinal
  • El Sol

Wait List Links –

For Applications submitted prior to September 2015.

Please submit in writing for a status request

Status Request Change

Project Based Waiting Lists:


The Housing Authority will ONLY accept applications for the 4 bedroom family category.

  • Tynan Village – Salinas (1-4 bdrm units)
  • Parkside Manor Apartments – 1112/1114 Parkside, Salinas (1-2 bdrm units)
  • Hacienda Place – 245 Calle Cebu, Salinas (1-4 bdrm units)
  • Gabilan Plaza – 730/736 Williams Road, Salinas (1-3 bdrm units)
  • Salinas Gateway – 25 Lincoln, Salinas (Studio-2 bdrm units)
  • Haciendas Senior Apartments – 30 E. Rossi, Salinas (1 bdrm units)

All applications below are available in English and Spanish

Tynan Village Application

Haciendas Place Application


The Housing Authority will ONLY accept applications for the 3, 4 & 5 bedroom family categories.

  • Benito Street Affordable – 425 Benito Street, Soledad (2-5 bdrm units)
  • Monterey Street Affordable – 266 First Street, Soledad (1-5 bdrm units)
  • Fanoe Vista – 550 Fanoe Road, Gonzales (1-4 bdrm units)
  • Camphora Apartments – 32101 McCoy Rd. Soledad (2 -3 bdrm units) Agricultural Workers

All applications below are available in English and Spanish

Benito Street Affordable Application

Fanoe Vista Application

Monterey Street Affordable Application

Camphora Application

HACM Policy

  • The HACM does not determine who shares bedroom/sleeping room; one bedroom will be assigned to the head of household and spouse or partner, and one bedroom will be assigned for each additional two persons.

Who is Eligible?

Eligibility for a rental voucher is determined by HACM based on the total annual gross income and family size and is limited to U.S. 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. Median income levels are published by HUD and vary by location. HACM is serving your community and can provide you with the income limits for your area and family size.

During the application process, HACM will collect information on family income, assets, and family composition. HACM will verify this information with other local agencies, your employer and bank, and will use the information to determine program eligibility and the amount of the rental assistance payment.

If HACM determines that your family is eligible, the HA will put your name on a waiting list, unless it is able to assist you immediately. Once your name is reached on the waiting list, HACM will contact you and issue to you a rental voucher.


Number of Persons in Family — Very Low Income (50% Median Income) as of 04/14/2017
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
28,500 32,600 36,650 40,700 44,000 47,250 50,500 53,750 57,000 60,250 63,500