A Roseville Housing Authority Success Story
Those who qualify for the program will pay approximately 30% of their adjusted monthly income for their share of a monthly rent and Roseville Housing Authority, which administers the federal program, provides funds for the remainder. Long recognized as one of the leading housing authorities in California, the Roseville Housing Authority continues to be an innovator in the field of affordable housing. Currently, Roseville Housing Authority provides housing assistance to over 600 elderly, disabled and low income Roseville and Rocklin households through its various programs.
The Roseville Housing Authority Housing Choice Voucher Program Waiting List is currently closed.
Income Limits effective 3/28/16
|1 PERSON $24,300 ||6 PERSONS $40,300 |
|2 PERSONS $27,800 ||7 PERSONS $43,050 |
|3 PERSONS $31,250 ||8 PERSONS $45,850 |
|4 PERSONS $34,700 ||9 PERSONS $48,600 |
|5 PERSONS $37,500 ||10 PERSONS $51,400 |
ROSEVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY'S JURISDICTION INCLUDES THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE AND THE CITY OF ROCKLIN
(Rocklin is covered by both Placer County Housing Authority and Roseville Housing Authority)
Apartment Communities that Accept HCV Rental Assistance
Following is contact information for nearby Housing Authorities:
El Dorado County Housing Authority
2900 Fairline Ct., Placerville, CA 95667
Placer County Housing Authority
11552 B Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603
Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency
701 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814-1908
Yuba County Housing Authority Back to top
915 8th Street, Suite 130, Marysville, CA 95901
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provides certain rights and protections to Housing Choice Voucher assisted tenants and members of their households.
VAWA Fact Sheet
VAWA Self-Certification Form Back to top
EIV - Enterprise Income Verification System
EIV is a web-based computer system that contains employment and income information of individuals who participate in HUD rental assistance programs. Housing Authorities are required to use HUD's EIV system.
What You Should Know About EIV Back to top
Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan
Roseville Housing Authority’s Administrative Plan for its Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program explains the policies through which the agency administers the rental assistance program. The full plan is available in PDF format below.
Roseville Housing Authority 2016 HCV Administrative Plan
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Housing Choice Voucher Audited Financial Data Schedule
Roseville Housing Authority’s Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program is audited as part of the City of Roseville's basic financial statements. The Financial Data Schedule (Balance Sheet and Income Statement) is presented for purposes of additional analysis as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), but is not required as part of the audited financial statements.
FY2012-13 HCV Financial Data Schedule
Housing Authority Annual Budget
The Housing Authority is a separate legal entity however is considered a component unit of the City of Roseville since the City is financially accountable for its activities. The financial activities of the Housing Authority are included in the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR); however, the Housing Authority produces its own separate annual budget which is taken to its governing body which is the City Council.
Housing Authority Annual Budget - FY2013-14 Back to top
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Roseville Housing Authority Housing Choice Voucher 2016 Annual Plan and 2015 5-year Plan
2016 Annual Plan
2015 5-year and Annual Plan
VAWA Statement Attachment
For current HCV participants only.
The following forms can only be accepted for current Housing Choice Voucher family members in the Roseville Housing Authority’s jurisdiction.
Report changes form
Roseville Housing Authority’s policy for reporting changes:
- Participants of the Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance program must immediately report, in writing, any changes in income or assets, and if a family member no longer lives in the unit.
- Failure to report changes in writing within 15 days that result in the overpayment of the tenant's subsidy amounts will be owed by the tenant to the Roseville Housing Authority.
Changes must be REPORTED AND VERIFIED by the 20th of the month in order for a rent decrease to take place the following month. Failure to properly report changes will result in no change to tenant portion of the contract rent until properly verified.
Proper reporting of changes includes:
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- Completed change form – incomplete forms will be returned for completion
- Documentation of change(s) being reported (ie: termination letter, notice of action, EDD check stub, etc.)
- Submittal of all forms needed to obtain 3rd party verification of change(s)
- Contacting your case manager to ensure that all required documents are provided
Contact the Housing Division with questions about Housing programs.