Housing Authority of Grays Harbor wait list opening soon

In a release to KXRO, the Housing Authority of Grays Harbor County (HAGHC) announced that it will open the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program wait list on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 8:00 a.m.

According to the local authority, the application process will be different this year for the safety of applicants and staff. 

They say that wearing a mask and social distancing is required at all times and will be strictly enforced. 

  1. Pick up application in advance – Starting Wednesday, August 5 at 8:00 a.m.:

Applicants can complete the form in advance.

Applications can be picked up at 602 East First Street, Aberdeen – Front Entrance, starting on Wednesday, August 5 at 8:00 a.m.

Applications will be available on Wednesday, August 12; however, it may take longer to complete because of social distancing guidelines.

Applications will not be accepted until Wednesday, August 12 – no exceptions. 

  1. Submit Completed Applications – Starting Wednesday, August 12, at 8:00 a.m.:

Applications will be accepted at 602 East First Street, Aberdeen – Back Parking Lot, starting on Wednesday, August 12 at 8:00 a.m.

HAGHC staff will provide directions to applicants on the procedures when entering the back parking lot. Applicants are required to wear a mask and social distance a minimum of 6 feet at all times while waiting in line.

If there are any questions or if an accommodation is needed, please call 360.532.0570 or email [email protected].

Applicants who live or work in Grays Harbor will be eligible for a Residency Preference and will be placed above applicants on the waitlist that live outside of Grays Harbor County.

This program is for low income families with gross annual income limits at or below the following amounts:

Low Income
Low Income
1 Person 14,150 23,600
2 Person 17,240 26,950
3 Person 21,720 30,300
4 Person 26,200 33,650
5 Person 30,680 36,350
6 Person 35,160 39,050
7 Person 39,640 41,750
8 Person 44,120 44,450

Note: In accordance with federal regulations, 75% of new admissions must be Extremely Low Income