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The Pre-Application for Housing with the Covington Housing Authority is closed until further notice.
Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Wait List Housing Applications submitted from July 5, 2021 -July 21, 2021
Question: Now that the Wait List Application is closed can I go back in to complete my application?
Question: I am worried that I may have left information out of my application
Answer: If any information is needed to review your application you will receive a letter and an email from Housing@covha.com. The applicant will have 21 days to submit the requested information. Failure to submit this information will make your application ineligible to be on the Housing Waiting List.
Question: When will I know if my application was accepted?
Answer: CHA is processing close to 1000 applications. CHA staff will let applicants know once processing is complete for your application.
Question: How will I receive my notification about my application?
Answer: You will receive a notification by both an email and a letter delivered by the United States Postal Service
Question: Where am I on the Wait List?
Answer: CHA does not give out this information. When an Applicant is in the third position for available properties CHA staff will contact the Applicant.
Question: How long before I can I move into CHA Housing Unit?
Answer: The present average is two years but it could be four years or longer. CHA strongly encourages Waiting List Applicants to look for other housing options.
Question: How can I keep in contact with the Covington Housing Authority and learn about housing opportunities and resources to support households?
Answer: To keep in contact with CHA, like Covington Housing Authority Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/covingtonhousingauthority and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/covingtonhousingauthority/
For Information about the Covington Housing Authority Tenant Selection Plan please view the Covington Housing Authority Tenant Selection Plan
This is an Equal Housing Opportunity open to all persons, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, or national origin