The mission of the Winslow city government is to provide leadership and services that foster a healthy community, while striving for customer satisfaction.
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Posting Notice Locations:
City Hall, 119 E. First St.
Population: 9,655 Friendly People
Elevation: 5,000 Feet
Rainfall: 7 inches annual
Recreation: Clear Creek Recreational Area, indoor and outdoor pools!
Airport: two 7,500' runways and industrial park
The Department manages 55 Public Housing apartments for families, including 2,3, & 4 bedroom apartments. The Department of Housing and Urban Development, (HUD), provides funding to make the rents affordable.
The Department administers 128 Section 8 Vouchers. After the applicant reaches the top of the waiting list, a Voucher is issued. The participant then selects a home from the open market (within HUD guidelines), which may be a house, apartment, or mobile home. Once the home is approved, the Department helps the family pay the rent.
Applications for Housing Assistance may be made by using the outline form below, or by visiting our office, which is located at 900 W. Henderson Square. If you have questions regarding participation in either of these programs, you may call our office at (928)289-4617. A Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) is available at (928)289-4784. Our fax number is (928)289-3648. Our toll-free number for calls outside Winslow is 1-888-480-1908. No matter how you choose to contact us, we are always glad to hear from you.
By law, preference is given to a percentage of extremely low income families. The Department has also adopted preferences for elderly, disabled/handicapped and victims of domestic violence.
The Section 8 waiting list is organized by preference, date and time. The Public Housing waiting list is organized by bedroom size, preference, date and time.
Applicants should contact our office in writing any time there is a change in family circumstances (birth, change of address, job loss, etc.) Failure to do so may result in missed opportunity or removal from the waiting list.
The Department is committed to a policy of equal opportunity without regard to race, color, creed, sex, religion, national origin, age or physical or mental handicap. Any complaints regarding discrimination in any of our programs should be referred to the Director or the HUD Hotline at 1-800-347-3735.