The City of Reno continuously works to provide decent and affordable housing, develop suitable living environments, and create expanded economic opportunities for community members. Through programs funded by the Washoe County HOME Consortium, as well as other agency and state funded programs, eligible individuals and families may qualify for numerous housing assistance programs for both rental and homeownership. Income limits, as well as other eligibility requirements, may apply and can be different for each program.
2011 Affordable Housing Guide: This booklet primarily lists projects that received local, state or federal funding. Please call individual complexes for more information. Prints as a booklet using double sided printing with the binding on the top edge.
Reno Housing Authority: The Housing Authority of the City of Reno owns and operates numerous affordable housing developments throughout Washoe County. They also operate the Housing Choice Voucher Program also known as Section 8. For more information please contact the Reno Housing Authority directly at 775-331-5138.
Fair Housing: The Housing and Neighborhood Development Division promotes fair housing and ensures outreach to all potentially eligible households, especially those least likely to apply for assistance. It provides information and attracts eligible persons to available housing without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, familial status (persons with children under 18 years of age, including pregnant women), or disability and prohibits discrimination in the sale, leasing, rent and other disposition of properties and facilities owned or operated by the federal government or provided with federal funds. The WCHC provides funding to Silver State Fair Housing Council (SSFHC), a nonprofit agency advocating for equal housing opportunity for all Nevadans, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, family status, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identification/expression. For questions about possible discrimination in housing transactions, including rental, sales, and lending, contact SSFHC for information about your rights and responsibilities. SSFHC can be reached at 775-324-0990 or toll-free at 888-585-8634 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information call the Housing and Neighborhood Development Division at 775-334-4228.
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