Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program

The Housing Choice Voucher program (HCV) is a tenant-based program that is funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This program allows participants to find their own housing, including apartments, townhouses and single family homes as long as the unit meets the standards of quality and safety as established by HUD. Since the HCV program is tenant based it allows participants to move without losing assistance. People who receive Section 8 vouchers from the Housing Authority are able to find their own rental housing and use the voucher to help pay their rent. To learn more about the HUD Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program click HCV Program.

The Housing Authority does not manage or own the housing in this program. Locating suitable housing is the tenant’s responsibility. We direct interested landlords to this website to list their properties ( which makes it convenient for our clients. However, this is not the only source for available housing.

New utility allowances for the Housing Choice Voucher Program effective July 1, 2020 are available by clicking the appropriate link:

July, 2020 Tenant Utility Allowances



If you currently live in Pueblo County and you would like to port your voucher to another jurisdiction:

Please contact your Leasing Technician at (719) 542-6741

If you currently live outside of Pueblo County and you would like to port your assistance to Pueblo county:

Please have your current agency send your portability paperwork to:

Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo
Attn: Selena Gauna
1414 N Santa Fe Ave -10th Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003
(719) 584-7643
(719) 546-5364 Fax

Please Take Note of the Following:


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HACP Payment Standards

Effective October 1, 2020, the Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo Board of Directors has approved the use of Small Area Fair Market Rent (SAFMR) for our Payment Standards. In metropolitan areas, HUD defines Small Areas using ZIP Codes within the metropolitan area. Using ZIP codes as the basis for FMRs provides tenants with greater ability to move into “Opportunity Neighborhoods” with jobs, public transportation, and good schools. They also provide for multiple payment standards within a metropolitan area, and they are likely to reduce need for extensive market area rent reasonableness studies. Lastly, HUD hopes that setting FMRs for each ZIP code will reduce overpayment in lower-rent areas.


Pueblo, CO  MSA Advisory Small Area FMRs by Unit Bedrooms

Moderate Rehabilitation & Project Based Voucher

The Moderate Rehabilitation and Project Based Voucher programs are tenant-based programs funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  These programs include 1-3 bedroom apartment units that are owned, managed, and maintained by private landlords.

Uplands Townhomes

Affordable apartments from 1-3 bedroom units all are assisted by Project Based Voucher.

All units are owned, operated, maintained and managed by the Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo.

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