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This website was updated on:
August 11, 2016


Frequently Asked Questions for Applicants


Q: What programs are available through the Upland Housing Authority?
A: The Upland Housing Authority administers the Public Housing and Section 8 programs. See Section 8 or Public Housing for more information.

Q: How do I apply for Section 8 or Public Housing?
A: At this time the Public Housing and Section 8 waiting lists have more families on it than UHA can assist in the near future.  UHA has closed the waiting lists, and no applications will be accepted in 2013. 
UHA does not expect to reopen the waiting lists for Section 8 or Public Housing in 2014.

UHA will make an announcement on this website and in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin newspaper when it plans to open the waiting lists and accept applications again.

Q: How can I check the status of my application?
A: UHA cannot respond to requests for waiting list status or tell you your position on the waiting list.

You can check the status of your pre-application online at www.waitlistcheck.com.

To check your status, log in to www.waitlistcheck.com using the head of household’s Social Security number and 4-digit year of birth. The system will show the status of any application you have submitted for UHA's Public Housing or Section 8 waiting list. 

  • Waiting: means your pre-application is active on UHA's waiting list.

  • Inactive: means that you are not on UHA's waiting list.

If the system does not display any results, it means that UHA has not received a pre-application from you, and perhaps you applied with another housing authority.  Each housing authority maintains its own waiting list. 


Q: I am on the waiting list.  How do I update my address or telephone number?

A: Click here to update your contact and other information. You must notify UHA within fifteen (15) days by updating your contact or other information.  

Q: Does the Upland Housing Authority provide emergency assistance?

A: No. The Upland Housing Authority is not funded to provide emergency assistance. For a listing of other affordable housing as well as emergency services, please refer to our page of Other Resources.


Updated April 1, 2015


Housing Authority of the City of Upland, California

1200 N. Campus Avenue, Upland, California  91786
(909) 982-2649 Telephone    |    (909) 982-0237 Facsimile