By submitting this Pre-Application, your household will be placed on a waiting list for the development you select below. The Housing Authority of the City of Bangor (BHA) will determine how many bedrooms your household is eligible for in accordance with applicable occupancy standards. When you reach the top of the waiting list, you will be contacted to provide further information to BHA to determine your household’s eligibility for admission. This Pre-Application is not an offer of housing.
BHA has adopted waiting list preferences for single persons who are age 62 or older, displaced, or persons with disabilities over other single persons, and, in the case of buildings designed for the elderly and disabled, elderly families, disabled families, and near-elderly families.
By selecting a preference, you may be required to submit specific documentation that supports your claim.
Race and Ethnicity fields are optional. HUD requires BangorHousing to ask about the race and ethnicity of its applicants.
Race and Ethnicity fields are optional. HUD requires BHA to ask about the race and ethnicity of its applicants.
<-- Make sure Read/Unread box to the left has been moved to READ to prove you have input the address for EACH ADULT for the past 7 YEARS (if homeless please input City and State).
If you or anyone in your family is a person with a disability, and you require a specific accommodation in order to fully utilize our programs and services, including but not limited to needing an ADA-accessible unit, a first-floor unit, or an assistance animal, please complete a Reasonable Accommodation Request Form.
By signing below, I hereby certify the information I have provided in this Pre-Application is true and accurate and I understand and acknowledge that:
Further, by signing below, I hereby authorize BHA to:
WARNING Section 1001 of Title 18 of the U.S. Code makes it a criminal offense to make willful false statements or misrepresentation to any department or agency of the U.S. as to any matter within its jurisdiction. Furnishing false or incomplete information can result in a fine of up to $10,000 or imprisonment for up to five years.