Find Zanesville Ohio housing authorities, departments, and HUD. Housing authorities provide information on section 8 public housing, rentals, applications, eligibility, affordable, low income, subsidized fair housing, hud homes, housing projects, and section 42 tax credits.
Zanesville Housing Authority 407 Pershing Road Zanesville OH 43701 740-454-8566
Roseville Housing Authority 13000 Parkview Drive Roseville OH 43777 10.5 miles from Zanesville 740-697-0323
Crooksville Housing Authority 26 Brown Circle Drive Crooksville OH 43731 14.3 miles from Zanesville 740-982-5991
Connellsville Housing Authority 4580 Ohio 376 McConnelsville OH 43756 21.5 miles from Zanesville 740-962-4930
Newark Housing Authority 144 West Main Street Newark OH 43055 22.1 miles from Zanesville 740-349-8069
Cambridge Housing Authority 1100 Maple Court Cambridge OH 43725 23.8 miles from Zanesville 740-439-6651
Fairfield Housing Authority 1506 Amherst Place Lancaster OH 43130 32.8 miles from Zanesville 740-653-6618
Mt Vernon Housing Authority 201 West High Street Mount Vernon OH 43050 39.3 miles from Zanesville 740-397-8787
Canal Winches Housing Authority 4855 Pintail Creek Drive Canal Winchester OH 43110 43.6 miles from Zanesville 614-235-1847
Tuscarawas County Housing Authority 134 2nd Street Southwest New Philadelphia OH 44663 47.3 miles from Zanesville 330-308-8099
Woodsfield Housing Authority 118 Home Avenue Woodsfield OH 43793 49.8 miles from Zanesville 740-472-0715
Columbus Housing Authority 1100 East Broad Street Columbus OH 43205 50.8 miles from Zanesville 614-252-1987
Mc Arthur Housing Authority 310 West High Street McArthur OH 45651 55.0 miles from Zanesville 740-596-5963
Parkersburg Housing Authority 1901 Cameron Avenue Parkersburg WV 26101 55.2 miles from Zanesville 304-428-6753
A housing authority, also called a housing department, manages public housing projects and screens prospective tenants according to income, age and disability criteria mandated by government agencies. It also provides information to the public about how to buy and sell homes and oversees certain homeownership financing programs. A housing department provides statistics about housing applications and public housing projects to social service and asset managers.
Housing programs sometimes provide subsidies for private landlord rentals to low-income tenants. Such programs are generally based on gross income and family size. A housing authority helps moderate-income families find affordable housing, and sometimes helps families build homes, especially those built in disadvantaged urban neighborhoods and rural areas designated for such programs.