King County Housing Authority Opens Section 8 Waiting List

Posted by Pam Blanton on April 4, 2017
King County Housing Authority Opens Section 8 Waiting List on April 5, 2017
The King County Housing Authority will be accepting applications for their Section 8 voucher program from Wednesday, April 5 through Tuesday, April 18.  After April 18, a random drawing will be used to select 3,500 applications.  The 3,500 applicants selected will be added to the Section 8 waiting list.  The chances of being selected are the same no matter when you apply during the open period.  By May 31, applicants will receive a letter stating whether or not they were selected for the waiting list.
On April 5, the link  for the application will be available on King County Housing Authority’s website.  The application process will only be available online through their website.  For more information go to


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CenturyLink – A low-income assistance program for phone and high-speed Internet service.
Plan To Work  – When you want to know how working will affect your social security benefits, call Plan To Work for a free consultation.  Regional Social Security Offices: Bellevue: 866-574-2534; Burien: 866-964-7385; Kent: 866-563-9313; Seattle Metro (located on 2nd Street): 866-494-3135; Seattle North (located on Aurora):  866-931-2875.
SafeLink  – A free cell phone and minutes program for people eligible for Medicaid.
Smart 911 – A free service that allows citizens to create a Safety Profile for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 to have in the event of an emergency.
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