Subsidized housing — which includes public housing — helps people with low incomes rent apartments they can afford. In most cases, they pay no more than 30 percent of their household's monthly income for rent and utilities.
KCHA owns and manages nearly all of this type of housing. It includes more than 60 properties, many of which offer on-site social services. You can find these apartments all over the county, except in the city limits of Seattle and Renton.
Please note that KCHA's other rental housing and its moderate-income housing include different properties. Their income limits and application processes also vary.
If you already rent housing from KCHA, visit the Residents section of this site.