March / 13 / 2020
Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority is monitoring the Coronavirus.
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March / 2 / 2020
The Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) has awarded 62 Project Based Vouchers to Emerald Development and Economic Network (EDEN), Inc. and Bridge Pointe Commons LP for the development of a 62-unit permanent supportive housing project to be located at 338 East Bridge Street in Elyria, Ohio.
The proposal was evaluated according to the proposal review selection criteria, 24 CFR Part 983, and the LMHA Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP) Administrative Plan. LMHA will make its selection records and documentation for the basis of selection available for public inspection at the LMHA Main Office 1600 Kansas Ave., Lorain, Ohio. Inquiries can be made by calling LMHA at (440) 288-1600 or by email to email@example.com.
February / 28 / 2020
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January / 31 / 2020
LMHA’s 2020 Annual Plan, 5-Year Plan, and Capital Fund 5-Year Action Plan are available for public review!
January / 24 / 2020
November / 11 / 2019
LMHA will be taking applications on December 6th 2019.
You can find detailed information on our website. Click Here!
November / 6 / 2019
Effective February 3, 2020, participants or residents receiving a Utility Reimbursement Payment (URP) will be issued a card. Your URP will be deposited directly onto a Prepaid Debit Card for your convenience.
Effective February 3, 2020, LMHA will no longer print paper URP checks.
Funds will be deposited into your account on the 2nd business day of each month at the latest. Holidays do not count as business days.
LMHA has partnered with US Bank to issue your new debit card. If you receive a Utility Reimbursement Payment (URP), you will receive notification from LMHA to pick up your new card. Once you receive your new card, activation is required. It is important that debit card recipients read all correspondence received from LMHA and US Bank.
The Prepaid Debit Card Program is only for tenants who receive a monthly URP. If you qualify for a monthly URP, LMHA will enroll you automatically to receive a Prepaid Debit Card by mail. All URP payments will be deposited onto your debit card without exception.
The Prepaid Debit Card Program offers:
- Time Savings – Faster access to funds and funds automatically available; no checks to cash
- Access – Funds available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week through any In-Network ATM
- Convenience – Cards can be used everywhere VISA debit cards are accepted – in stores, online or by phone
- Customer Service – US Bank representatives can assist you 24 hours per day, 7 days per week via internet or toll-free number.
October / 15 / 2019
October 15, 2019
The Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority has determined to stop accepting applications for all housing programs effective 11:59 p.m. October 31, 2019.
Currently there are approximately 3,000 applications to be processed for the Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher, and Multifamily housing programs. Historically, only a small percentage - 30% - of applicants complete the required process for housing assistance. In order to increase efficiency and reach those in need, the Authority will process all 3,000 applicants for housing programs to determine who is eligible before accepting new applications. Processing current applications will speed up the process for eligible families, as many are currently waiting months to be seen due to the volume of applicants.
LMHA Admissions Supervisor, Jennifer Zvosechz, indicates that many applicant circumstances change while waiting processing, which often affect the family’s status and eligibility. Faster processing of applications will provide better service to families in need already on the application list. After the current applicant list has been exhausted, applications for housing programs will again be accepted. The Authority is projected to reopen the application lists in early 2020.
LMHA has begun advertising that effective October 31, 2019 at 11:59pm, we will stop accepting applications for all housing programs.
The flyer is attached for your reference.
July / 26 / 2019
On July 24, 2019, the Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony honoring the naming of the Michael A. Kelleher Building, located at 1604 Kansas Avenue, Lorain, Ohio on LMHA’s main campus.