Housing Authority Birmingham District | HOW TO APPLY
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HOW FAMILIES ARE SELECTED

TO PARTICIPATE

The following requirements must be met by families before they are enrolled in the HABD public housing programs:

    • To apply for Public Housing applicants  must be 19 years of age or older, 18 years old and married, or a person that has been relieved of the disability of non-age by court action.
    • Applications can be dropped off and picked up at any public housing site or the McCoy Building located at 1301 25 Avenue North (M-F 8am – 4:30pm)
    • Application Walk In Day is every THURSDAY at the McCoy Bulding. Walk In day is designated for those who have an application on file for more then 30 days.
    • Phone calls are accepted on THURSDAYS from 9am – 4pm. The phone number is (205) 521-7460 ext. Intake Department.
    • All family members 18 years of age and older must be present when application is updated in order to sign consent forms.

 

  • The following documents are needed to process your application:
    • Valid State Issued Photo ID for all family members 18 and older
    • Original Social Security cards for every member of the Household
    • Original Birth Certificates for every member of the Household
    • Proof of sources of income and/or contributions for all family members receiving earned or unearned income

 

CLEAR COPIES MAY BE SUBMITTED WITH YOUR APPLICATION BUT ORIGINALS WILL BE NEEDED TO PROCESS.

 

Applicants have 10 days from the acknowledgement letter to return all required documents not submitted with the initial application. Failure to produce verification or identification papers within the required time will result in your application being terminated.

 

Gross Family Income must not exceed the income limits set by HUD. If single, must be capable of living independently.  All family members must be clear of any history of criminal activity involving drug or alcohol abuse or crimes of physical violence to persons or property. Applicants must have a history of meeting financial obligations to creditors and prior landlords. References from previous landlords must indicate there is no record of disturbance to neighbors, destruction of property or poor housekeeping habits.

Individuals interested in applying for public housing may also drop completed applications at the following locations:

Southtown Court
2501 8th Ave. So.
205-521-7720

Marks Village
7527 66th St., So.
205-521-7820

Collegeville
3031 29th Avenue
205-521-7760

Elyton Village
31 4th Court West
205-521-7740

Morton Simpson
4600 8th Court
205-521-7800

North Birmingham Homes
3127 43rd Ave.
205-521-7780

Cooper Green
1501 Arthur Shores Dr.
205-521-7419

Kimbrough Homes
2817 Wallace Cov. Cir.
205-521-7840

Roosevelt City
5828 Brewer Drive
205-425-7785

Tom Brown Village
4165 5th Court
205-521-7777

Harris Homes
514 Chester Ave.
205-521-7790

Smithfield
150 8th Ave. North
205-521-7731

 

William Blankenship
Vice President of Housing Operations
Housing Authority of the Birmingham District
1826 3rd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233
205-521-0677

 

 

 

Cordaryl Turner
Assistant Vice President of Housing Operations
Housing Authority of the Birmingham District
1826 3rd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233
205-521-0677