Attention Section 8 applicants, voucher holders, participants and Landlords:
We need your help. With the section 8 waiting list being open indefinitely, as you can imagine the volume of work the section 8 department is handling is at times overwhelming. To be able to process applications and move-ins as quickly as possible we are implementing new procedures on how phone calls and walks in will be handled.
We would like to ask that you please call and make an appointment before coming into the office if you know that you need to see a specific person about a specific issue. If you are picking up an application or dropping off information please feel free to do that at any time during our normal lobby hours. If you are bringing information that has been requested, please read your letter carefully and double check everything to make sure you bring all of the needed documentation at one time.
If you call the office, you may not be able to reach someone right away The employees either have appointments in their office, or they are working on a file and the staff has been instructed to return these calls later as to not hold up the process. Please leave a message, and we ask that you only leave one detailed message, don’t call back repeatedly. Please make sure that when you leave that message that you leave a good number to call you back. Many times we try to return calls and there is no answer and no voice mail set up. The staff have designated times that they return phone calls. Please allow up to 48 hours to have your call returned.
If you are calling about the status of your application, we will not return your call. There just isn’t enough hours in the day to process applications and return phones calls regarding your status. Any communication in regards to your application will be handled through the mail. We do not give out your place on the waiting list, as this number can change daily because of preferences. Currently it’s taking us approximately two months to even pick up an application that has been turned in. For example, it’s January and we are currently working on applications that were submitted in November. This time line can fluctuate with demand.
Please, please, please if you bring an application into the office, make sure you sign in and document that you are turning an application in. You will be given a stamped copy of your application, please hold on to that, it is your proof that you did turn in an application. If you fax us an application, please keep the fax transmission page documenting that the fax went through. If you email us a copy of application, please keep your copy of where it is emailed. You may mail your application in, but it is the least recommended option, because you will have no verification that we received it.
Thank you so much for your help and understanding. It is our goal to process your application and have you housed as quickly as possible and implementing the above steps will help!
The Brunswick Housing Authority Board of Commissioners will hold its monthly meetings for the first half of 2016 on the following dates: February 10th, March 9th, April 13th, May 11th, and June 8th. The meetings are held at 8:00 am at the Authority’s Central Office, 1126 Albany Street.
The Brunswick Housing Authority announces the Section 8 Waiting List will open on October 19, 2015. The Section 8 Waiting List will remain open indefinitely.
Applications can be accessed at our main office located at 1126 Albany St. Brunswick, GA 31520 during normal business hours. A fillable application will be available on this site October 19, 2015.
A fillable application is in our forms section of our website. The fillable application will need to be printed due to various sections that will need to be signed. The Pre-Application and Full Application are combined. You will not be required to submit any documentation after the application is initially filled out. After submitting your application you will receive a letter requesting information and further instruction. You may mail, email, fax or drop off the application at your convenience.
Please email all completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. If completed applications are emailed to any other email address, a delay in processing is possible.
The Glynn County Health Department is offering Car Seat Safety Classes. Please contact Simone Edwards at 912-279-3346 to sign up.
You can view the flyer here.
Door Replacement at McIntyre Court has employment opportunities that are available in the following skills or trades: General Labor 2 Openings.
In compliance with Section 3 Regulations Allied Safety and Environmental Distributing, Inc. will accept applications from all interested, qualified individuals and will retain on file all qualified application throughout the duration of the job.
It is the desire of Allied Safety and Environmental Distributing, Inc. to locate individuals from the Section 3 area and employ them to fill vacant positions. All interested individuals may send applications to:
Allied Safety and Environmental Distributing, Inc.
P.O. Box 2092
Brunswick, GA 31521-2092
The Brunswick Housing Authority will, after May 1, 2015, require a $100.00 security deposit on all Public Housing apartments at the time of lease up.
ReThink creates awareness for, and inspires people to learn about, public housing. This initiative encourages the public to realize the benefits that public housing offers individuals as well as the greater community. Please watch this short video to learn more about ReThink and why housing matters.
Please visit www.ReThinkHousing.org for more information on the initiative.
This notice informs information about financial literacy tools and resources available to help HUD assisted families enhance their financial literacy and asset building skis.
You can download the notice here.
The Brunswick Housing Authority is proud to announce the opening of the lobby. The lobby hours have changed. The hours for the Brunswick Housing Authority lobby are 9:00 am - 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm. The lobby is closed on Fridays.
The Brunswick Housing Authority has limited slots available for childcare assistance at Lil' Promise Keepers. The assistance has requirements that must be met to qualify. The application for childcare assistance can be downloaded here.
The STAR Foundation is a nonprofit organization that educates and encourages adults in Coastal Georgia to become self-sufficient through an all-encompassing, self-empowering program of computer instruction, job and life skills training.
An 8 week commitment is what you will have to make to take part in the exciting instruction and growth that can be yours if selected for the class. To be a part of the next class session, please contact Star Foundation, 912-554-0540, now for more information and enrollment. You can download an application here.