Public Notice

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The Danville Redevelopment and Housing Authority’s Housing Choice Voucher Department will accept applications for its waiting list from July 5, 2016-August 4, 2016.

 

Applications can be obtained begining July 5, 2016 at the following locations: 

 

  • Danville Dept. of Social Services – 510 Patton Street
  • Pittsylvania Co. Dept. of Social Services – 220 H.G. McGhee Drive, Chatham, VA
  • Danville Public Library – 511 Patton Street
  • Northpointe Apartments – 100 Northpointe Lane
  • Clear Pond Apartments – 147 Levelton Street
  • Southwyck Apartments – 114 North Hills Court
  • Salvation Army -123 Henry Street
  • DRHA Office – 135 Jones Crossing
  • Ingram Heights, Pleasant View, Cedar Terrace, Cardinal Village, & Seeland Crossing
  • and at the following link: HCV Pre-Application

Only one application will be accepted per family; multiple applications will not be accepted.

 

Applications must be completed and MAILED to the DRHA office at the address listed on the application form.

 

NO WALK-INS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

HCV Change of Address

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Please submit a change of address in writing to DRHA as soon as possible to ensure you are notified if you have been randomly selected and/or for any further status updates. It is also necessary to submit a change of address form with the U.S. Postal Service. Change of address forms submitted to the U.S. Postal Service are only valid for six (6) weeks.

HCV Client Responsibilities

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All HCV clients who are responsible for their own utilities should be aware that if your utilities are disconnected, you only have 24 hours from the time we receive notice they have been disconnected to provide us proof that they have been reconnected or you will be in danger of losing your HCV benefits voucher immediately after that period. Having no utilities is considered a violation of the code of federal regulations (CFR) and is also considered an emergency situation. The city can also condemn the unit if they receive notice there are no utilities on and at that point no one will be allowed to inhabit the unit at all.