Waiting Lists

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IMPORTANT:  FROM JUNE 3, 2024 TO JULY 10, 2024 YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VIEW YOUR POSITION NUMBER THROUGH THE PORTAL.  THIS IS DUE TO SOFTWARE UPDATES.  WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

Click Here For Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program

Click Here For Project Based Voucher (PBV) Scattered Sites, Bedroom sizes 2-5

Click Here For Rural Development properties located in Jordan \ Belle Plaine

Click Here For Prior Manor Apartments (Preferences for age 62 and older or disabled)

Waiting List Openings

  • You must first register in the online portal to apply to a waitlist.
  • You must apply separately for each waiting list. Each waiting list has different eligibility requirements.
  • You must be a US Citizen or a non-citizen with eligible immigration status to apply.
  • If you need a special accommodation because of a disability, please call us at 952-402-9022 or email mlink@scottcda.org.

 

OPEN
Project Based Voucher (PBV) Scattered Sites Waiting List

2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom, 4 Bedroom, and 5 Bedroom Units in Shakopee, Savage, and Prior Lake.

  1. To apply, you must register for the portal. How To Register
  2. Once registered, Click Here to Log In and Apply

Scott County CDA administers the HUD-funded project-based voucher program.  The program offers units in Prior Lake, Savage, and Shakopee, which include townhomes, duplexes, and single-family homes.  Scott County CDA both owns the properties and administers the rental subsidy.  Applicants must meet income guidelines and cannot apply for specific cities.  Renters will pay 30% of their adjusted income for rent.  The housing subsidy stays with the housing unit, however.  Applicants must also meet Scott County CDA eligibility requirements (rental, credit, and criminal background checks).

 

 

OPEN
Prior Manor Waiting List (62+ \ Disability Preference)

1 Bedroom Units in Prior Lake (Preferences for age 62 and older or disabled)

  1. To apply, you must register for the portal. How To Register
  2. Once registered, Click Here to Log In and Apply

The CDA owns an apartment building in Prior Lake, MN, called Prior Manor Apartments (click here to view a brochure).  The units are HUD-funded, allowing residents to pay 30% of their adjusted income towards rent.

To apply for the program, the waiting list must be open.

 

 

OPEN
Rural Development Waiting List

Belle Haven Apartments: Efficiency, 1 and 2 bedroom units in Belle Plaine
Britland Apartments: 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units in Jordan

  1. To apply, you must register for the Affordable Portal. How To Register
  2. Once registered, Click Here to Log In and Apply

Scott County CDA owns Rural Development apartment buildings in Jordan and Belle Plain, MN. The apartment building in Jordan, Britland (click here to view a brochure), has 1-3 bedroom units, and the apartment building in Belle Plaine, Belle Haven (click here to view a brochure) has efficiency, 1 & 2-bedroom units. The USDA Rural Development provides some project-based rental assistance for residents, allowing residents to pay 30% of their adjusted income for rent. Although not all units have a subsidy, the rent without a subsidy is below the market rate. Applicants must meet income guidelines established by Rural Development. Applicants must also meet Scott County CDA eligibility requirements (rental, credit, and criminal background checks).

Starting June 13th, all applications for Rural Development will be online only.

 

 

CLOSED
Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8 Waiting List

The CDA administers the HUD-funded Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8 Program. This is a rental subsidy program that assists participants with their monthly rental payments. Participants locate a rental unit in the private marketplace and pay between 30-40% of their income towards the rent.

To apply for the program, the waiting list for the program must be open. Unfortunately, the waiting list opens infrequently because of limitations on the number of vouchers the Scott County CDA is allowed to administer.

Click here to see a map of other housing authorities who administer the Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8 in the Twin Cities metro area.

To learn more about the Housing Choice Voucher Program, click here.

 

 

Emergency Housing Resources:

The CDA does not have emergency housing, but there are resources we recommend. Since the CDA’s programs operate off a waiting list and the wait may be lengthy, you should also contact other resources for assistance below: