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Welcome to the Housing Authority
of the
City of Pueblo

For over 60 years the Housing Authority has served the citizens of Pueblo
by providing safe and affordable housing for its senior and low income residents.
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HOUSING & ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

The Housing Authority provides decent and safe housing for families and individuals.
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RESIDENT RESOURCE CENTER

In an effort to accommodate our residents’ busy schedules, we have provided a list of online resources.

Pueblo, Colorado HOUSING AUTHORITY

The mission of the Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo is to provide low-income families, the elderly and handicapped individuals with decent, safe and affordable housing.

In addition, a strong effort will be made to:

  • Ensure equal opportunity in housing
  • Promote family self-sufficiency
  • Continue on-going collaborative efforts with other local agencies and the City of Pueblo to improve the quality of life within the community
  • Strive to provide job training, employment and homeownership opportunities for public housing and Section 8 residents 

The Housing Authority provides
decent and safe housing for families and individuals.

All programs are administered by applications which are submitted through our Occupancy Department.

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Housing Programs

Public Housing

The Public Housing Program provides low-rent units for low income families and individuals.

Elderly and Disabled Housing

The Housing Authority maintains several housing projects which focuses on our senior or disabled clients and couples.

Farm Labor Program

Consists of 18 units of off-farm housing for farm laborers.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Our offices are currently CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC 

THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PUEBLO HAS EMPLOYED THE FOLLOWING WAIVERS AS ALLOWED BY HUD UNDER THE CARES ACT

a. Due to the delay of public hearings because of limitations on large public gatherings, HACP will submit their Annual Plan no later than January 12, 2021.

a. Due to limitations with various administrative personnel working from home across all industries, HACP may forgo third-party income verification requirements for annual and interim reexaminations. HACP may consider self-certification as the highest form of income verification to process certifications.

a. HACP may rely on an owner’s certification that the owner has no reasonable basis to have knowledge that life-threatening conditions exist in the unit or units in question instead of conducting an initial inspection

b. In cases of non-life-threatening deficiencies, HACP may grant an additional 30-day extension to complete necessary repairs.

c. HACP will employ HUD’s alternative inspection option by conducting HQS inspections remotely via video.

d. HACP will forgo qualify control inspections.

a. Due to the impact of COVID 19 and its hinderance of in-person meetings, The Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo will implement remote hearings and briefings to exercise social distancing, with the safety of tenants and staff a top priority using one of the following methods depending on the needs of the tenant.

a. Email with questions and comments submitted thereby.

b. Telephone Conference

c. Video teleconference

b. Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities as necessary to ensure their ability to participate in the remote hearings and briefings.

Please use the contact information linked below to communicate with our staff.