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This website was updated on:
August 11, 2016

 

Income Limits

Effective March 28, 2016

Income Limits Published by HUD 03/28/2016

 

1 Person

2 Persons

3 Persons

4 Persons

5 Persons

6 Persons

7 Persons

8 Persons

*ELI%

$13,450 $16,020 $20,160 $24,300 $28,440 $32,580 $36,730 $40,890

50%

$22,400 $25,600 $28,800 $31,950 $34,550 $37,100 $39,650 $42,200

80%

$35,800 $40,900 $46,000 $51,100 $55,200 $59,300 $63,400 $67,500

* Extremely Low-Income (ELI).  ELI income amounts used to represent 30% of Area Median Income levels published by HUD.  The 2014 federal Appropriations Act changed the definition of ELI as of July 1, 2014 to represent the higher the 30% of Income Limits published by HUD OR the current federal poverty level.  The amounts above represent the current ELI figures based on the new definition and are updated as appropriate when as the HUD Income Limits or the federal poverty level amounts change.

Section 8 Eligibility
To be income-eligible for admission to the Section 8 program, a family’s annual income may not exceed 50% of the median income, adjusted for family size (very low-income).  However, due to income-targeting requirements, UHA may require a family to qualify as extremely low-income (ELI) to be eligible for admission.

Pub
lic Housing Eligibility
To be income-eligible for admission to the Public Housing program, a family’s annual income may not exceed 80% of the median income, adjusted for family size (low-income).  However, due to income-targeting requirements, UHA may require a family to qualify as extremely low-income (ELI) to be eligible for admission. 

 

Housing Authority of the City of Upland, California

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