Housing Commission has played an important role in providing affordable
housing opportunities for the lower income residents of the City of
Ferndale, since its inception in 1969. The commission administers 125
units of elderly/disabled housing in two, separate high rise apartment
buildings, 43 family houses scattered throughout the City, and rental
assistance for 95 families through the Section 8 Rental Assistance Program.
They also act as overseer of 60 units of privately owned government
subsidized housing. The commission has maintained a "high performer"
status under the U.S. Department of HUD's management standards since
1991. It is the priority of the Commission to continually develop and
provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing for the low income residents
of the community.
all housing is full. The Ferndale Housing Commission has a three year
waiting list which is currently closed. The list is opened once a year
for new applications. Please check our Notices page for opening date.