All applicants must meet the relevant HUD Income Eligibility Requirement for admission to any LHA HUD Housing Program
along with other requirements imposed by Federal and State Regulations. The income limits can change
from time to time as shown by the effective date.
HUD Income Limits (FY2021)
Lebanon City, NH
(Effective April 1, 2021)
|Very Low (50%) Income
|Extremely Low (30%) Income
|Low (80%) Income
Income limits are listed by dollar amount and family size, and are published by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for different areas of the United States.
They are primarily used to determine if an applicant for the Public Housing, Section 8, or other program subject to Section 3(b)(2) of the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended, meets the relevant income eligibility requirement for admission.
These limits are effective as of the date indicated.
Income limits are based on the HUD estimates of median annual family income.
As required by statute, the definition of "Very Low-Income" is tied to 50 percent of the median income for an area
while "Extremely Low-Income" is tied to the greater of: 30 percent of the median income or the poverty guideline as
established by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) provided this amount is not greater than 50% of
median income for an area. The definition of "Low-Income" is tied to 80 percent of the median income for an area.
The term "area" is defined such that the higher of the local median income or the State nonmetropolitan median income
is used in income limit calculations.
To be eligible for LHA HUD Low-Income Rental Family or Elderly/Disabled apartments, applicant family income must not exceed the Low (80% of Median) Income Limits.
For compliance with HUD Income Targeting requirements, not less than 40% of Public Housing admissions each year must be Extremely Low-Income families.
To apply for LHA HUD Low-Income Rental Housing, you may use our ONLINE APPLICATION, or download and print the PAPER APPLICATION along with
DEBTS OWED NOTICE (Form HUD-52675) and SUPPLEMENT TO APPLICATION (Form HUD-92006).
NOTE: Non-Resident Section 8 Applicants Must Use Vouchers Within The City of Lebanon For One Year.
To be eligible for LHA HUD Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher assistance, applicant family income must not exceed the Very Low (50% of Median) Income Limits.
For compliance with HUD Income Targeting requirements, not less than 75% of Section 8 admissions each year must be Extremely Low-Income families.
To apply for LHA HUD Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, you may use our ONLINE APPLICATION, or download and print the PAPER APPLICATION along with DEBTS OWED NOTICE (Form HUD-52675) and SUPPLEMENT TO APPLICATION (Form HUD-92006).
If you choose to print the PAPER APPLICATION, you must return the completed application with attachments to LHA by mail, e-mail, fax or in-person during regular business
hours or use the secure office drop box. By e-mail, scan & transmit it as an attachment to email@example.com
While HUD income eligibility guidelines vary among LHA programs, applicants who are within certain income thresholds may qualify for LHA Public Housing and Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers.
These applicants may choose to apply for each type of housing assistance and may be on more than one waiting list at the same time.