Nacogdoches Project Based Voucher Communities
Nacogdoches Housing Authority manages two project based voucher housing communities, Park Crest and Sandy Oaks. Tenant rent is based on the family income. It is our hope that the following information will be beneficial to you in helping to decide whether you are interested in these rental units. We will begin accepting applications only from families whose size would qualify them for our three bedroom units, according to our occupancy standards. When application intake is open you may apply by clicking on this link: Nacogdoches Housing Authority: Sandy Oaks and Parkcrest Preliminary Application
Park Crest is located in a quiet area off Park Street next to Mike Moses Intermediate School, adjacent to the Housing Authority office. All 38 units have three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. All units have central heat and air conditioning; security lights are located behind each unit, and washer/dryer connections are available near the kitchen area. Residents are responsible for paying all utility bills. A stove and refrigerator are provided. This site has a spacious community room and a small computer lab that is available for resident use, as well as a playground area for children, a basketball court & a gazebo area for relaxing.
Sandy Oaks is located off Douglass Road at 804 Jordan St. There are 38 resident units ranging in size from 1 to 4 bedrooms. A stove and refrigerator are provided in each unit. Residents are responsible for all utilities. All units have central heat and air conditioning. Some one bedroom units have wheelchair ramps and bathroom handrails for those who are aged or disabled. Sandy Oaks has a community room, a small computer lab, large playground and basketball court, which are available for resident use.
Both sites have excellent on-site laundry rooms for resident use. Our residents have access to activity programs, which may include such amenities as homework assistance and tutoring for our student population; computer literacy courses for both adults and children, arts and craft classes and courses in English as a second language for our Spanish speaking residents. Residents have input into the activities that may be offered.
Tenant rent at these units is based on household income of the family.