Please note that we are located in the state of South Dakota.
ALL Pre-Applications for housing are completed online.
The pre-application can be found using the link below or on any of the properties pages.
Information needed BEFORE filling out the pre-application: Full legal names, social security numbers, birthdates and income information for every person in the household. A mailing address is also required. You may use a friend/family members mailing address if you don’t have one. The information you provide must be truthful and complete to the best of your knowledge.
Failure to provide all the required information will result in a delay in the processing of your application and placement on the waiting lists. Once finished, you will be given a confirmation number–that is the verification that the pre-application has been submitted for approval.
Your family will be placed on the waiting list 3-4 weeks after submission. If you would like to know where you are at on the waiting list, you can contact the office AFTER the waiting period.
We will only notify you once you are coming to the top of a waiting list.
*** PLEASE READ THE PROPERTY DESCRIPTION PAGE UNDER PROGRAMS BEFORE APPLYING. ***
This will ensure that you do not apply for a property that you/your family doesn’t qualify for.
Example: Homestead and Sherman are for 62+ or disabled ONLY and Lawson View and Single Family Homes are for families (2 or more members) ONLY.
The Aberdeen Housing and Redevelopment Commission
administers low-rent, subsidized housing programs in
Brown, McPherson, Marshall, Day and Roberts counties.
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Committed to building and maintaining a better community through partnerships within the community; to promote and provide adequate, affordable housing, economic opportunity, and a suitable living environment for the individuals and families we serve, without discrimination.
SD CARES HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
If you are unable to pay rent, mortgage, property insurance on your home, or utilities because of the pandemic, short-term financial assistance may be available. Funding is provided to South Dakota through the CARES Act and the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 – Emergency Rental Assistance. The two funding sources will vary in eligibility requirements, eligible uses and required documentation. Click on the logo below for more information and to fill out the application.