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Applications for affordable housing waiting list now open

Pleasanton residents and workers get preference for below-market units

Applicants that meet the maximum income and household size criteria can now apply for affordable one-, two- and three-bedroom units at the Park Hacienda Apartments in north Pleasanton.

The city of Pleasanton is overseeing the process in coordination with Apartment Management Consultants.

Applicants are required to submit a pre-application for placement on the waiting list. The pre-application lottery process will determine the waiting list order, with priority given to Pleasanton residents and employees.

Income limits are 80% of the area median income (AMI), with $66,750 for just one person, $76,300 for two-person household, $85,800 for a household of three people, $95,350 for a household of four, and $105,000 for a household of five.

Rents for one-bedroom apartments are $1,908 a month, while a two-bedroom unit is $2,384, and a three-bedroom apartment goes for $2,765. A maximum of three people may live in a one bedroom, four people in a two-bedroom, and five people in a 3-bedroom apartment.

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Pre-application forms and eligibility guidelines are available on the city website. Forms must be delivered by mail or in person before 5 p.m. on Monday (April 12) to the Park Hacienda Apartments leasing office at 5650 Owens Drive.

Emailed or faxed pre application forms will not be accepted, though pre-applications postmarked April 12 will be accepted.

Only one application may be submitted per household.

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Applications for affordable housing waiting list now open

Pleasanton residents and workers get preference for below-market units

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Apr 8, 2021, 9:47 pm

Applicants that meet the maximum income and household size criteria can now apply for affordable one-, two- and three-bedroom units at the Park Hacienda Apartments in north Pleasanton.

The city of Pleasanton is overseeing the process in coordination with Apartment Management Consultants.

Applicants are required to submit a pre-application for placement on the waiting list. The pre-application lottery process will determine the waiting list order, with priority given to Pleasanton residents and employees.

Income limits are 80% of the area median income (AMI), with $66,750 for just one person, $76,300 for two-person household, $85,800 for a household of three people, $95,350 for a household of four, and $105,000 for a household of five.

Rents for one-bedroom apartments are $1,908 a month, while a two-bedroom unit is $2,384, and a three-bedroom apartment goes for $2,765. A maximum of three people may live in a one bedroom, four people in a two-bedroom, and five people in a 3-bedroom apartment.

Pre-application forms and eligibility guidelines are available on the city website. Forms must be delivered by mail or in person before 5 p.m. on Monday (April 12) to the Park Hacienda Apartments leasing office at 5650 Owens Drive.

Emailed or faxed pre application forms will not be accepted, though pre-applications postmarked April 12 will be accepted.

Only one application may be submitted per household.

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