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Parma Public Housing Agency/Low Income Public Housing Program
|Public Housing is a government subsidized program designed to assist your community in providing decent, safe and sanitary housing for families of low to moderate income. Assisted homes are modest in size and appearance, but provide a level of dignity for resident families. Public Housing can be an important step toward assisting families in becoming self-sufficient. It also allows senior citizens and disabled individuals to live independently.
The PPHA owns and manages one development (60 public housing units) in the City of Parma. The program is funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
ATTENTION: THE PUBLIC HOUSING WAITING LIST IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
|Minimum and Maximum Number of Persons per Unit Standard
|Number of Bedrooms
||Min Persons/Unit (Largest Unit Size)
||Max Persons/Unit (Smallest Unit Size)
The PPHA has only 2 and 3 bedroom units, located at Chevybrook Estates, 5617 Chevrolet Blvd., Parma, Ohio. Other bedroom sizes are provided for informational purposes.
Selected Families Must Meet The Following Requirements:
- Qualify as a family under the PHA Guidelines;
- The Head of Household or spouse is at least 18 years of age or emancipated minor under state law;
- Gross Family Income must not exceed the income limits set by HUD;
- A citizen of the United States of America or a non-citizen that has eligible immigration status;
- All family members must be clear of any history of criminal activity involving drug or alcohol abuse or crimes of physical violence to persons or property;
- In addition, the family must also have a history of meeting financial obligations to creditors and prior landlords; and references from previous landlords must indicate there is no record of disturbance to neighbors, destruction of property or poor housekeeping habits.
PPHA ARRA Public Hearing Notice
HCV Administrative Plan
Directions to PPHA
Local Social Service Organizations
Affordable Housing Website
U.S. Census Bureau
Cuyahoga County Services