Community for 62 years and older or disabled at any age.
About Grants Pass Housing
We generally fill our vacancies from a Waiting List.
Grants Pass Housing is located on Tenth Street just off Hillcrest in Grants Pass, Oregon.
The 58-unit complex is a NO-SMOKING, low-income housing Tax Credit & Rural Development project; designated for occupants 62 years of age and older or disabled, regardless of age, who is capable and desires to live independently.
The project contains 58 one-bedroom apartments, which have 659 square feet of living space. All units have a kitchen, dining room, and a living room. Handicap-equipped units have ADA approved showers, lowered light switches and appliances designed for wheelchair users.
Library & Computer Room - A Library is set up in the Recreation Room. We have a computer for residents use. This computer is for general typing of letters or playing games only. It is not on-line
Recreation Room - A multi-purpose room is available for meetings, hobby/craft classes, and wellness and exercise programs. Regularly planned activities and social gatherings, guided by the interest of those who reside at Grants Pass Housing will have full use of this room.
Cable Television - Cable television hook ups are provided for a small monthly fee for expanded basic cable TV service.
Laundry Services - A laundry room is set up for the use of all residents.
Resident Eligibility Requirements - to be eligible for Grants Pass Housing you will need to be income qualified. Each tenant of the household needs to be a minimum of 62 years of age or older, or disabled any age, to qualify.
Waiting List - To be placed on the waiting list of Grants Pass Housing, a completed application must be submitted. Written notification will be sent stating eligibility.
It is important to keep us current on your phone number and address should this change from the application information. If we cannot contact you by phone, you may be removed from the waiting list.
The filing of a completed application and an evaluation by Lovelace Properties, LLC Management Staff, will establish this. Lovelace Properties is located in Grants Pass, Oregon and can be reached at (541) 479-2112.
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