South Charleston Housing Authority manages 121 units of public housing that the agency leases to low and moderate income families. Parkland Terrace has 97 apartments ranging from efficiency to four bedrooms. There are 24 scattered site homes that are also rented as public housing scattered throughout the city of South Charleston. These units consist of two, three, and four bedroom homes.
Applicants are screened and must pass a criminal background check, credit check, prior rental history check, and meet admissions requirements regarding family composition and income limits.
Residents enjoy beautifully landscaped courtyards.
Comfortable, affordable apartments with friendly neighbors and no maintenance worries.
Residents appreciate our:
PARKLAND TERRANCE FLAT RENT SCHEDULE
To be eligible for assisted housing you must be at least 18 years old. Your household income cannot exceed the following federally established limits.
|Number of Persons||Income Limits*|
|1||Up to $30,350|
|2||Up to $34,700|
|3||Up to $39,050|
|4||Up to $43,350|
|5||Up to $46,850|
|6||Up to $50,305|
|7||Up to $53,800|
|8||Up to $57,250|
*These figures are subject to change
Seniors 55 and older and adults with disabilities enjoy monthly activities such as, bingo, health screenings, breakfast and holiday luncheons.
Students are rewarded for their achievement and attendance in the classroom with cash and other incentives each semester through our Rewards for Effort Program. Summer food program and activities are planned for the youth in the summer months.
The Bridge Program is an afterschool program sponsored by Bridgeview Elementary School to assist students with their homework and provide guidance to any parent that may wnt to gain a better understanding on how to help their children with their school work. It is for grades K-5.