How do I know if I qualify for Public Housing?

  • Is your income level within the guidelines on the table below? If so, you may qualify.
  • Do you have a history free of drug and/or alcohol abuse or have you successfully completed a rehabilitation program? If so, you may qualify.
  • Have you previously been a resident of THA, or another housing authority, and have an unpaid balance? If so, you may be required to pay your balance prior to being approved for housing.

An individual or family must earn equal to or less than the following by family size:

Household Size Income Limits
1 $45,100
2 $51,550
3 $58,000
4 $64,400
5 $69,600
6 $74,750
7 $79,900
8 $85,050


How Do I Apply for Public Housing?
Click here to apply for a Public Housing property. Paper applications are no longer accepted at our Central Office.

At the time of application, applicants need to bring the following information:

  • Proof of Social Security number for all household members.
  • Photo identification of all adults.
  • Proof of birth of all minor children living in the household.

All adult members of the household must be present at time of application.

What happens once I have submitted my application?
THA’s eligibility staff will review your application to make sure that you have completed all areas and signed in all appropriate places. Once this is established, they will begin the verification process which includes checking with your current and former landlords and employers. After you have been determined “eligible,” you will be notified and your name will be placed on a waiting list.

How long will I have to wait?
Once your eligibility for housing has been determined, your name will be added to the waiting list for housing. When a vacancy occurs, you’ll be notified and instructed on how to proceed next. The approximate waiting period is 6 to 12 months depending on the bedroom size.

How are vacancies filled?
As vacancies in THA Public Housing communities occur, an approved individual or family is selected once their name comes to the top of the waiting list.

At that point, an appointment is made for the applicant to visit the site. The Property Manager meets the prospective resident, shows them the apartment that will be theirs, and makes an offer of housing. If the applicant accepts, they pay a deposit, sign the lease, and are given a set of keys.

Where are Public Housing communities?
Click on the appropriate site below for specific site information.


Mohawk Manor
3637 North Birmingham
Tulsa, OK 74110
(918) 425-0022
Seminole Hills/Whitlow
1624 East Virgin
Tulsa, OK 74106
(918) 583-1581
Hewgley Terrace
420 South Lawton
Tulsa, OK 74127
(918) 584-0063
South Haven Manor
4012 West 56th Place
Tulsa, OK 74107
(918) 446-2530
Comanche Park

3608 North Quaker
Tulsa, OK 74106
(918) 425-7539



Contact Public Housing

Email:  Public Housing

Phone: 918-581-5773