The attached report was submitted to the Traverse City Commission on Monday, April 17, 2017 by Executive Director, Tony Lentych.
The Traverse City Housing Commission is currently seeking applicants for our 3 & 4 bedroom townhome community wait list. All applicants will need to meet “minimum occupancy requirements” to initially quality for wait list (having enough family members to fill the unit size). Other requirements listed below….
Orchardview is a twenty (21) unit apartment community, consisting of 15 Three Bedroom, 5 Four Bedroom, and 2 Accessible units (3 & 2 br). Orchardview is located off Carter Road in Leelanau County but is also within the city limits of Traverse City.
Residents at Orchardview are responsible for their natural gas, water and electricity. All the townhouses are equipped with washer and dryer (both natural gas and electric) connections, a storage shed and a minimum of 1 ½ bathrooms.
If your family qualifies for housing at Orchardview, you will pay approximately 30% of your adjusted gross income for rent and utilities. Families are eligible for consideration for residency at Orchardview if their income does not exceed:
|3 People||4 People||5 People||6 People||7 People|
|$ 49,200||$ 54,650||$ 59,050||$ 63,400||$ 67,600|
Orchardview Application: Orchardview Application 4-08
The Traverse City Housing Choice Voucher wait list is now closed. We will no longer accept applications for this wait list.
If you applied prior to closing you will be receiving a letter from our office with an updated wait list placement. Those will be mailed to you by 09/2/2016.
Press Release: Riverview Terrace Stump Carving Annoucement
Chainsaw Artist to Create Riverfront Sculpture at Riverview Terrace
Traverse City, Michigan – August 11, 2016
The Traverse City Housing Commission has invited Scott Kuefler to carve a riverfront sculpture on its Riverview Terrace property in downtown Traverse City. He will begin work around noon on Saturday, August 13 and expects to finish on the evening of August 14 – weather permitting.
The artist, Scott Kuefler, is a well-known chainsaw artist, woodcarver, chainsaw sculptor, or tree carver (depending on how you want to describe the activity) from Chesterfield, Michigan who has been professionally active since 2001. He is an award-winning national and international competitor having competed across the United States (from Michigan to Florida) and as far away as Japan. Some of his work can be viewed on his website: www.carvingsbyscott.com
The tree was removed to make room for the Uptown Riverfront condos in 2014 but TCHC immediately searched for an artist with the ability to deliver an ornate riverfront sculpture. After a long search and interview process, Scott Kuefler was selected to create a yet to be revealed sculpture of an animal, bird, or fish along the Boardman River.
The TRAVERSE CITY HOUSING COMMISSION
announces the opening of the
HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER SECTION 8 WAIT LIST.
This Federal Program offers rental assistance to qualified applicants in Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Antrim, Benzie, Kalkaska and Wexford counties. Proof of residency in the six county area will be required when your name is drawn from the wait list.
The wait list will be open for new applicants
Monday, June 20, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. through
August 31, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
Applications will be available for print on this website
and/or for pick up in our office
beginning June 20th at 9:00 am
at 150 Pine Street, Traverse City
from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mon – Thurs
The Non-Elderly Disabled voucher wait list is open
Eligibility for Wait-list: Head of Household must be residing in a Care Facility (Nursing home, AFC home, hospital, etc.,) more than 90 days (current) and must be under 62 years of age and a disabled individual. With the assistance of Northern Health Care Management applicants are transitioned from the Care Facility into independent living.
Applications are available at the Traverse City Housing Commission office, 150 Pine Street, Traverse City between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, or by calling (231)922-4915.
The Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency (NMCAA) created an extensive resource guide for those seeking housing and assistance with various other needs.
If you are seeking housing in the 5 county region this PDF is where you should start! 5_county_rental_guide
If you want to research online for housing there is a great website for just that! Check out http://www.michiganhousinglocator.com