You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time. When a Public Housing Application is sent to you, it includes a “Special Accommodations” section that you may complete. You will then be sent two (2) documents to submit to the Housing Authority:
Request for a Reasonable Accommodation Form/ Verification of Need for a
Reasonable Accommodation Form
These forms will enable you to clarify your needs to us so that we can provide assistance. The Housing Authority will send you a decision letter. If you disagree with the determination, you may request a hearing by responding in writing within 10 days of the response letter sent to you. You must describe in detail why you believe the decision regarding your request for an accommodation is not correct. If no response is received, the Housing Authority will presume that you are in agreement with the determination.