General Information and Applications
General Housing Information
Salem Housing Authority– Serves City of Salem, and Keizer
Landlord Tenant Rights for Oregon State
Fair Housing Council of Oregon
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Emergency Food Box Providers
Oregon Job Listings
Oregon State Child Support
Request Proof of Income Letter from Social Security
Housing Search Tips
Contact MCHA for a listing of currently available units, or to add your information to our list.
Farm Labor Housing in Woodburn and Silverton, OR - Spanish Application
Farm Labor Housing in Woodburn and Silverton, OR - English Application
Apply for Edelweiss Village in Mt. Angel, OR
Apply for Hazelwood Estates in Woodburn, OR
Apply for Oak Park Village in Stayton, OR
Apply for Sheridan Senior Estates in Mt. Angel, OR
Apply for Stayton Elder Manor in Stayton, OR
Apply for Woodpark Terrace in Woodburn, OR
Apply for Creekside Duplexes in Aumsville, OR
Apply for Evergreen Court in Jefferson, OR
Applicant Update Report
Tenant Income Update Report
Tenant Household Update Report
Click on the Property name above to go to the desired application. Print and fill out the application. You may email, fax, or bring a completed application to our office. Email request to: MCHA_info@mchaor.org
Complete all applicable sections, incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Be sure to sign and date the application
Mail to us at:
Marion County Housing Authority
2645 Portland Rd. NE Suite 200
Salem, OR 97301
or Fax to: 503-798-4171
The Marion County Housing Authority pre-application is posted in PDF format. You may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this document. Adobe Acrobat Reader acts as a “plug-in” for your web browser, for free. Publications in Portable Document Format may be viewed, searched and printed out to look exactly like the original.
Can’t Download the Pre-Application?
Contact Housing Authority You may also call our office to have an application mailed to you, or to inquire about requirements and availability.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Doug Ebanks has been designated to coordinate compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in the Department of Housing and Urban Developments regulations implementing Section 504 (24CFR, part 8 dated June 2, 1988) Telephone Voice: (503) 798-4170 or TDD: (800) 735-2900