Essential services will continue according to the below instructions. More than homes, our HDB towns are vibrant places to enjoy to the fullest. Changes can include. Sales Launch. You have 120 days to locate suitable housing. Some offices do not provide your specific position on the waiting list, but can confirm if you are currently on the waiting list. Learn more about the Public Housing and Leased Housing/Section 8 Rental Assistance communities you might like to live in. To apply be prepared with these items. There is so much in place for you to bond with your neighbours and create an active and cohesive community. Once your name reaches the top of the waiting list, a housing application will be sent to you. This letter will outline the required forms to be completed and a list of verifying documents to bring to the interview. This is a two step process. If this process is not completed within 120 days of the voucher being issued to you, the voucher will expire. Section 5.3 of the BHA's Administrative Plan provides a detailed description of the final eligibility screening process for Section 8/Leased Housing programs. Therefore, BHA may only provide a rough estimate of when a family might be selected for the final eligibility screening process. If you reject an offer of housing, you won’t get another choice. Be advised that in order to apply for most Leased Housing/Section 8 Rental Assistance programs, applicants must qualify for Priority One status. To check your status on the waiting list, please call the Public Housing Information Line at (626) 586-1845 or check your status online through the Applicant Registration Portal. If you have been invited to select a flat, you might also want to check out the flats available for selection . We encourage you to watch the following video before deciding to apply for the BHA's housing programs. (Message in Spanish, Chinese, Haitian Creole) Be advised that if you fail to respond to the housing offer notification within the deadline or you reject the housing offer without documenting a good cause or establish a new reasonable accommodation need, your application will be withdrawn from all public housing waiting lists. You can find out more about the types of HDB car parks, important car park information, and parking offences. Use this tool to get a general sense of the communities which might be appropriate for your family. Answer. BHA’s Housing Service Center is open Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Your position will also fluctuate depending on unit size and preference status. You can easily update or verify information and check on the status of your application. If you have been invited to select a flat, you may check out the flats available for selection. There are thousands of more applicants than there are available housing units – so the selected waiting lists can be very long. Read the Housing Eligibility section for program requirements. Apply here for state funded public housing in cities and towns across Massachusetts! 617-988-3400 To apply through the Online CHAMP application click HERE For more public health information regarding COVID-19/Coronavirus, visit the Boston Public Health Commission website at You can submit an application, submit an online enquiry, or make an appointment with us. Applicants:  Applicants may print a CHAMP/BHA application from the link here, or request a mailed copy or check the status of a current application by calling the status Line at (617) 988-3400, Monday-Friday between 9:00AM and 5:00PM. Applicants may check their application status by: Calling the Status Information Line at (617) 988-3400, Monday through Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m; Updating Your Application. Project-Based or Moderate Rehabilitation: When you receive an offer for the Project-Based Voucher or Moderate Rehabilitation programs, you will be required to contact the owner or manager to participate in their screening process. A community’s waiting list may range from 1,200 to 13,000 applicants. For more information about availability click here.