Seattle Housing Authority provides information for people receiving housing assistance, including building manager phone numbers, instructions for submitting a work order, and how to request an accessibility accommodation. Learn about programs that help residents find jobs, go to college, achieve self-sufficiency, and get involved in their communities.
Contact information for building managers, program policies and requirements, work orders, and accessibility accommodations.
Our Economic Opportunity Program helps residents set goals, save for education, find jobs and advance their careers
The Voice is produced monthly and distributed to public housing, senior housing, and mixed-income community residents.
Pathways is produced quarterly for tenants of the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program.
Seattle Housing Authority and its community partners operate five computer technology centers throughout Seattle.
Residents have opportunities to join councils and committees, attend community events, and help shape the places they call home.
Seattle Housing Authority provides links to helpful community resources, including organizations that can assist with training and finding employment, as well as translation and interpretation services
This program assists households who are ready to leave subsidized housing, either to rent in the private market or to purchase a home
Tips for preventing and controlling pests in your residence. Includes useful links and information about bedbugs.