Following Hanna Newton's blog post to Seattle Utilities Discount Program, I felt posting some thing regarding programs and options available for the rest of King County not on Seattle Utilities was necessary. Starting with options for low-income households Puget Sound Energy (PSE) offers two types of programs. Both of which are all administered by different… Continue reading Energy Programs Available for others not on Seattle Utilities Discount Program
AlgonaHnH AuburnHnH EnumclawHnH MiltonHnH PacificHnH Original source of the above is Housing Consortium Looking for a different city in King County? Click here to find the whole list of cities in King County and their Infographic.
Article vis Resource Talk. https://resourcetalk.crisisclinic.org/seattle-housing-authority-voucher-update-2/ Seattle Housing Authority closed registration for the 2017 Housing Choice Voucher waitlist lottery on Feb. 24. Based on preliminary data, more than 21,500 people completed applications for the vouchers. From the final pool of registrants who meet the requirements, 3,500 households will be randomly selected to be placed on… Continue reading Update via Resource Site
Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness is coordinating Homeless Advocacy 101 workshops around King County in February and March. Participants will discuss the funding proposals for shelter, housing, and supportive services currently being considered and review the steps that everyone can take to make sure housing and homelessness concerns are prioritized in our local government. Nancy… via… Continue reading Seattle & South King County Homeless Advocacy Workshops
Facing a lawsuit over its management of unauthorized homeless encampments on city property, Seattle is moving forward with new rules to deal with them. Released in draft form on Tuesday, January 31, the proposed rules include some departures from existing protocols, such as a provision that would allow the city to identify and potentially fence… via… Continue reading Seattle Continues With New Homeless Camp Rules
BY LAUREN HARRIS, ON JANUARY 20TH 2017, FOR RESOURCE TALK The City of Seattle has made important changes to the City’s Rental Agreement Regulation Ordinance. Future rental agreements in the City of Seattle must follow these requirements. This is a summary of the key changes. Security Deposit, Pet Deposit, and Move-in Fee Limits – New… Continue reading Seattle City’s New Rental Agreement Regulation Ordinance
Good News Please Spread the Word, Monday, February 6, 2017, SHA will open a lottery for 3,500 places on a new waitlist for the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program. Registration for the lottery will be available online only, and will be open from 8 a.m. on February 6, 2017 until 5 p.m.… Continue reading Seattle Housing Voucher Program Op