The City of Phoenix offers various housing programs to serve people with low-to-limited incomes including families, single persons, seniors and people with special needs such as disabilities, veterans, homeless, victims of domestic violence and persons living with HIV/AIDS. If you need personal assistance, call the Application and Information Office at 602-534-1974.
Providing safe, decent and affordable housing for your family is critical. The city of Phoenix offers programs that serve families who are doing the best they can to provide a good home for their children. The rental units range from apartments to single-family homes. Because we also know families come in all sizes, we offer one-bedroom units up to five-bedroom homes. Eligible families have several housing options.
The city offers a variety of housing choices to single persons who are not disabled and meet the minimum qualifications. Applicants must be between the ages of 18-61.
Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
The city's Housing Department is dedicated to helping local seniors continue living an active and fulfilling life during their retirement years. Seniors have a variety of housing choices; 55+ communities, 62+ senior and disabled communities and family communities.
In addition, fully accessible, ADA-compliant apartments are available to persons who require these features. Most communities are fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities can apply to all City of Phoenix Housing Programs.