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The Housing Management Division (HMD) within the Denver Housing Authority offers high quality property management services for approximately 5,500 units owned by the Denver Housing Authority; staffed with 175 employees.

DHA Availability

Denver Housing Authority provides decent and safe rental housing for families and individuals.  We offer a variety of housing opportunities. 

Property List

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DHA Housing

DHA has two main housing options. Denver Housing Authority provides quality and safe rental housing for families and individuals.  We offer a variety of housing opportunities. 

Subsidized Housing

Rent is based on your income, Income limits apply. Denver Housing Authority (DHA) owns and manages approximately 3900 subsidized units.  The properties range from townhomes to high-rise communities to scattered single family homes throughout the City and County of Denver. 

The properties are available to families, elderly and persons with disabilities that meet the low income requirements set by HUD annually.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers Federal aid to the Denver Housing Authority and  ensures that HUD Regulations are followed on all aspects of subsidized housing.

​​​HCV/Section 8 Forms

The forms below are intended only for current participants of the Denver Housing Authority Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8 program that reside in a unit within the City and County of Denver.

​​If you have an application in process for a Denver Housing Authority program, please email section8@DenverHousing.org for questions, updates, or additional information.

Affordable Housing

Rent is based on a flat rent amount per bedroom size.  Income limits apply for the household. 

DHA’s Affordable Housing includes properties at Thomas Bean Towers (studio and one bedroom) for elderly and disabled persons and Globeville Townhomes (2 and 3 bedrooms).  

Affordable Housing is for individuals or families that are within the Area Medium Income Limits and the resident pays an affordable rent based on the bedroom size.

 

 

Market Rate Housing

Rents are based on the comparative market analysis.  No income limits apply. 

Properties Include

Benedict Park Place

Globeville Townhomes

The Villages at Curtis Park

Pet Policies - Family Pets

Public housing tenants living in family housing are permitted to keep no more than 1 dog or 1 cat per unit. No more than two small, caged birds may be kept in any unit. An aquarium for fish may not exceed 10 gallons. No more than two (2) small animals, i.e. gerbil or hamster, may be kept in any unit. Small animals must be kept in a cage at all times.

No exotic, wild, or dangerous animals, snakes or any other animal not permitted in residential units by state or local laws, ordinances or this policy may be kept by tenants.

No pet’s mature growth shall exceed 18 inches in height, measured from ground to shoulder, nor weigh more than 30 pounds.

A refundable $100 pet deposit will be charged for each dwelling unit where a dog or cat resides.

A non-refundable fee of $50 will be charged for each dwelling unit where a dog or cat resides.

Dogs and cats are required to be spayed or neutered.  Dogs and cats must have the proper inoculations required by law, and be certified by a veterinarian licensed to practice in the State of Colorado.

This policy does not apply to assistance animals that assist persons with disabilities.

Pet Policies- Elderly/disabled

Public housing tenants living in elderly/disabled housing are permitted to keep no more than 1 dog or 1 cat per unit. No more than two small, caged birds may be kept in any unit.  An aquarium for fish may not exceed 10 gallons.  No more than two (2) small animals, i.e. gerbil or hamster, may be kept in any unit.  Small animals must be kept in a cage at all times.

No exotic, wild or dangerous animals, snakes or any other animal not permitted in residential units by state or local laws, ordinances or this policy may be kept by tenants.

No pet’s mature growth shall exceed 18 inches in height, measured from ground to shoulder, nor weigh more than 30 pounds.

Housing that is designated specifically for the “elderly and/or disabled,” includes the following sites: Walsh Manor, Walsh Annex, Hirschfeld Towers, Barney Ford, Mulroy Apartments, Thomas Connole, and North Lincoln Midrise. 

A refundable pet deposit will be charged for each dwelling unit where a dog or cat resides.  The pet deposit will be equal to one months rent with minimum of $50 and a maximum of $100.

Dogs and cats are required to be spayed or neutered.  Dogs and cats must have the proper inoculations required by law, and be certified by a veterinarian licensed to practice in the State of Colorado.

This policy does not apply to assistance animals that assist persons with disabilities.