|In accordance with HUD’s regulation 24 CFR 135.5, new job opportunities created by federal financial assistance housing and community development programs should, if possible, be directed toward low and very-low income persons, particularly those who are recipients of government assistance for housing.|
|Section 3 is a means by which HUD fosters local economic development, neighborhood economic improvement, and individual self-sufficiency. Section 3 is the legal basis for providing jobs for residents and awarding contracts to businesses in areas receiving certain types of HUD federal assistance.|
|WHO ARE SECTION 3 RESIDENTS?|
|Section 3 residents are public housing residents and low and very-low income persons who live in the Chicago Metropolitan Area or non-metropolitan County (To view your local income limits click HERE) where HUD-assisted project for housing or community development is located.|
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
- Section 3 residents
- Non-CHA residents who are low and very low income persons
- Section 3 residents must live in the Chicago Metro Area
You must have your CHA tenant ID as well as HCV participants.
- Applications are reviewed by CHA or its contractors before interviewing qualified applicants.
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