(573) 642-7611

Public Housing & Income Guidelines

Public Housing
The Fulton Housing Authority is a public agency that provides subsidized housing to low and very low income individuals and families within the Fulton City limits. FHA operates 200 public housing units including one, two, three and four bedroom apartments as well as 3 houses.The apartments come with stoves and refrigerators and have hook ups for tenant provided washers. All units have central air conditioning. There are playgrounds close to all units.Fulton Public Schools include elementary schools McIntire, Bartley and Bush, Fulton Middle School and Fulton Senior High School. Fulton Public Schools provide buses for student transportation to school for students not close enough to walk to school.
To apply for Fulton Public Housing, Print the Housing Application
Income Guidelines
Funding from the federal government allows FHA to charge rent based on income, creating several public housing options for individuals and families in the low and very low income bracket.
With either Public Housing or the Section 8 rental programs you can expect to pay approximately 30 percent of your adjusted gross income for rent and utilities.

To qualify for public housing, your gross income must fall within the low income guidelines (see chart below). Anyone within six months of turning 18 years old and who falls within the income guidelines may apply. Applicants must be at least 18 years old to sign a lease.

INCOME LIMITS

Effective 04/14/2017

Persons

Low

Very Low

Ext Low

1

$31,850.00

$19,950.00

$11,880.00

2

$36,400.00

$22,800.00

$16,020.00

3

$40,950.00

$25,650.00

$20,160.00

4

$45,500.00

$28,450.00

$24,300.00

5

$49,150.00

$30,750.00

$28,440.00

6

$52,800.00

$33,050.00

$31.600.00

7

$56,450.00

$35,300.00

$33,750.00

8

$60,100.00

$37,600.00

$35,950.00

Equal_Housing_Logo