There are 2 Housing Authorities in Renton, Washington, serving a population of 99,692 people in an area of 24 square miles. There is 1 Housing Authority per 49,846 people, and 1 Housing Authority per 11 square miles.
In Washington, Renton is ranked 34th of 729 cities in Housing Authorities per capita, and 29th of 729 cities in Housing Authorities per square mile.
Find Renton, Washington housing authorities, departments, and HUD.
King County Housing Authority 10405 Southeast 172nd Street Renton, WA
Renton Housing Authority 2900 Northeast 10th Street Renton, WA
Renton Housing Authorities are local government agencies established to construct, own, operate, and manage public housing and other forms of subsidized housing for low-income residents in Renton, WA. King County ordinances establish Public Housing Authorities, and the local legislative body appoints the Renton Housing Board.You may contact the Housing Authority for questions about:
Find Renton HUD Housing Programs, Public Housing Programs, and Section 8 Housing Programs. Data Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R), Picture of Subsidized Households: 2018.
|People Per Unit||2.4||2.1|
|Average Family Expenditure Per Month||$436||$373|
|Average HUD Expenditure Per Month||$1,531||$897|
|Average Months on Wait List||35||22|
|People Per Unit||1.4||1.8|
|Average Family Expenditure Per Month||$325||$378|
|Average HUD Expenditure Per Month||$557||$715|
|Average Months on Wait List||83||83|
|People Per Unit||2.1||1.5|
|Average Family Expenditure Per Month||$344||$300|
|Average HUD Expenditure Per Month||$1,125||$908|