Community Economic Development

Rental Housing

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Program Objectives: Provide affordable housing for southeast Nebraska residents.

Program History: Through SENCA, the agency has identified shortages in multi-family housing.

Elk Creek: SENCA acquired a 4-unit family housing complex in Elk Creek in 1997. The housing complex is designed to accommodate low-income families wishing clean, affordable housing in the area. Water, sewer, lawn care, snow removal, and trash service are provided at no additional cost to the residents. Electricity is included in the rent. Rent subsidies are provided by Rural Development to low-income residents meeting Rural Development guidelines.

 

Eligibility Guidelines: Rent based on income.

 

Elderly And Disabled Housing

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Program Objectives: Provide affordable housing for elderly and disabled residents in southeast Nebraska.

Program History: Through SENCA's CHDO, the agency has identified shortages in elderly and disabled housing.

Falls City:  In July 2004, SENCA acquired the Fulton Villa Apartments in Falls City, Nebraska. The complex is designated as elderly and/or disabled, affordable housing and consists of 12 apartments and one community room. Rent subsidies are provided by Rural Development to low-income, elderly residents meeting Rural Development guidelines. A utility allowance is deducted from each resident's to help defray their utility costs. Water, sewer, lawn care, snow removal, and trash service are provided at no additional cost to the residents.

Eligibility Guidelines: Elderly and disabled.  Rent based on income.

For more information please contact:

Elk Creek Housing
Anthony Nussbaum
Housing Director
802 Fourth Street, PO Box 646
Humboldt, NE 68376
(402) 862-2411 ext. 121
Elk Creek Housing application please
click here.


Fulton Villa Apartments

Anthony Nussbaum
Housing Director
802 Fourth Street
P.O. Box 646
Humboldt, NE 68376
(402) 862-2411 ext 121
Fulton Villa Apartments application please click here.

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