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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Plymouth/Dearborn Heights Housing Commission's (Section 8) Waiting List

The Plymouth/Dearborn Heights Housing Commission is pleased to be opening its Housing Choice Voucher
(Section 8) Waiting List.
The applications will only be available from 8:00 AM on April 23, 2010 through 5:00 PM on April 26, 2010. After 5:00 PM on April 26, 2010 the Waiting List will be CLOSED and the application will no longer be available. The application must be filled out completely and mailed to the Plymouth Housing Commission. No faxed applications or dropped off or incomplete applications will be accepted. All applications must be postmarked by May 7, 2010 in order to be considered. Only 5,000 applications will be accepted. This is NOT on a first come first served basis. All applications postmarked by May 7, 2010 will be eligible for random selection. Only those applications randomly selected will be contacted by mail.
In preparation for the opening you will need to have access to a computer with internet capability. You will not be able to complete the application online. It will have to be printed, completed, signed and mailed in. The local Michigan Department of Human Service Agencies (DHS), Fair Housing Center of Metropolitan Detroit, advocacy organizations and other appropriate service agencies will be notified and may possibly assist in obtaining an application during the open Waiting List period.
You will need to be prepared to provide the following information for all family members who will be part of the household: full names, social security numbers, birth dates, and information on any current and/or past criminal records, if any. (If you currently live with a family member who will NOT be part of the household, please do NOT list them on the application!). Any previous participation in public housing or the housing choice voucher program will also need to be provided. If you do not provide the above information your application will not be processed.
You will not be able to contact this office once you have mailed in your application to verify if we have received it or any other questions relating to the application. If you want to ensure your application has been received by this office it is suggested you send it CERTIFIED/RETURN RECEIPT from your local post office. Any and all necessary changes to your application (i.e., address change, household members, etc.) must be submitted in writing.


  1. were do i get the application


  3. I am selected and wanted to know how will we know the status of our spot on the waiting list? Also our number.

  4. How do I check to see my number on the waiting list.

  5. To find out your status or for more information please call the Plymouth/Dearborn Heights Housing Commission.

  6. I called the Plymouth/Dearborn Heights Housing Commission and it's a recording telling you that they can not tell you the status of your application and not to call the number they will contact you.

  7. i am a mother of two children that is looking for a new start i was in a bad car accident i 2007 so i can not work i get ssi i would really love to move me and my children in and soon so we have a place to live