Family Public Housing
Each FHRA development has its own personality and accompanying set of features. The types of homes available range from two and three bedroom duplexes to three and four bedroom single family homes in scattered plans throughout the community, providing residents with a range of housing options best suited for their needs.
Rent for the FHRA's housing properties is equal to 30% of the tenant's gross adjusted income or a "flat" rent. For this reason, the FHRA will ask for detailed income information during the application and review processes. The rent enables FHRA residents the opportunity to live in safe, quality housing at affordable costs.
(Madison and Jefferson School Areas)
This community consists of 24 two-bedroom duplexes as well as 33 three-bedroom and 28 four-bedroom single-family homes. First occupied in 1972, these homes are scattered throughout the community. Each unit features a basement, large yard and individual laundry hookups.
(18th Street and 25th Avenue South)
A cluster of 14 two-bedroom and 14 three-bedroom duplex units. This neighborhood was first occupied in 1979 and features a central playground as well as individual laundry hookups.
(30th and 31st Avenues South and 22nd Street South)
First occupied in 1980, this scattered-site community consists of 20 two-bedroom and 6 three-bedroom duplex units. These units are scattered throughout the neighborhood and feature private yards and individual laundry hookups. This neighborhood also has 2 two-bedroom wheelchair-accessible homes.
(34th Avenue South)
This spacious cluster of 28 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom duplex units was first occupied in 1983. This neighborhood features individual laundry hookups, large yards and 2 playground areas. This neighborhood also has 2 two-beedrom wheelchair-accessible homes.
Please read the information thoroughly before submitting your application!
YOUR APPLICATION WILL NEED TO INCLUDE:
Copy of original social security cards for all household members.
Copy of picture I.D. for all household members 18 years of age or older.
Copy of birth certificate is required for children.
Copy of papers from INS showing legal immigration status.
Signatures of all household members 18 years of age or older.
After you have completed an application and have been placed on the waiting list, it is your responsibility to notify the office if:
Your mail address changes; or
Your family size changes; or
You no longer wish to be on the Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority waiting list.
NOTE: If FHRA correspondence is returned because of an incorrect address, your application will be removed from our waiting list and you will need to reapply.
To apply for the Family Public Housing Program, please click on the "Apply Now" link below. When the application appears on the screen, print the application and fill it out completely. Please be sure to answer every question. When you have completed the application, bring in or mail the application to:
Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority
PO Box 430
Fargo, ND 58107