The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program is a federally funded program designed to assist eligible families in renting housing units in the private sector. Program participants pay a rent amount that is based upon a calculation involving household income, contract rent, utility allowances, bedroom size, and payment standards. This results in an approximate rent payment ranging from 30% to 40% of household income.
The Housing Authority pays the balance of the rent directly to the property owner. Payments from the Housing Authority are timely and are routinely mailed on the last working day of the month prior to the month in which they are due.
Conventional Low-Income Public Housing Program
The Housing Authority owns and operates 30 units of family housing at Hueneme Village. This development consists of 15 duplex units ranging in size from one bedroom to three bedrooms. Rent is calculated using 30% of adjusted gross household income.
Port Hueneme Housing owns and operates 60 units of housing at Mar Vista Apartments for persons 62 years of age and older, or disabled. Mar Vista is a 5-story building comprised of 40 studio units and 20 one bedroom units. Rent is calculated using 30% of adjusted gross household income.