Anaheim Housing Authority (AHA) Documents
FY 2021-2022 Administrative Plan
The purpose of AHA’s Administrative Plan is to establish policies for carrying out the Section 8 HCV Program in a manner consistent with HUD requirements, and local goals and objectives. The current Administrative Plan and its latest updates were last approved by the HA Board of Commissioners on July 13, 2021.
For the FY 2021-2022 Administrative Plan >> Click here
Public Housing Agency (PHA) Plans
The PHA’s Plans advise HUD, Section 8 participants, and other members of the public about the PHA’s mission for serving the needs of low-income, very low-income, and extremely low-income families, and the PHA’s plan for addressing those needs. The Five-Year Plan describes the PHA’s long-range goals and objectives for achieving the mission over the subsequent five years. The Annual PHA Plan provides details about the PHA’s immediate operations, program participants, programs and services, and the PHA’s strategy for addressing operational concerns and residents’ concerns and needs for the upcoming fiscal year.
Utility Allowance Schedule
Federal regulations governing the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program require that all public housing authorities review their utility allowance schedules annually and make appropriate adjustments when the costs of utilities have increased by 10% or more.
For the complete allowance schedule that went into effect November 1, 2021, Click here.
Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA) Protections
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) requires that AHA inform applicants and assisted tenants of their rights under this law, including their right to confidentiality and the limits thereof.
Notice of Occupancy Rights (Applicable to applicants and tenants)
This notice identifies rights and protections provided by VAWA to rental assistance program applicants and participants who are or have been victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. It also explains the documentation that the PHA will require from an individual who claims the protections provided by VAWA, the PHA’s confidentiality obligation, and a copy of form HUD-5382 (Victim Certification Form), and contact information for local, state, and national victim advocacy groups or service providers.
To view the Notice of Occupancy Rights (English) >> Click here
To view the Notice of Occupancy Rights (Spanish) >> Click here
To view the Notice of Occupancy Rights (Vietnamese) >> Click here
Emergency Transfer Plan (Applicable to existing program participants only)
This plan identifies the tenants who are eligible for an emergency transfer under VAWA, the documentation required to request such transfer, confidentiality protections, how an emergency transfer may occur, and guidance to tenants on safety and security. This plan is based on a model emergency transfer plan published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Federal agency that oversees that AHA is in compliance with VAWA.