Self Certifcation Income Form

We are required to verify income information and income changes for ALL residents in Public Housing / HCV Program. However, during this COVID-19 / Coronavirus pandemic, we are able to provide TEMPORARY self-certification.

All adult household members must certify their change of income during this crisis.

However, this is TEMPORARY, and must also RE-CERTIFY in the normal manner once the crisis has passed, and business returns to normal.

WARNING: The information provided on this form is subject to verification by HUD at any time, and Title 18, Section 1001 of the U.S. Code states that a person is guilty of a felony and assistance can be terminated for knowingly and willingly making a false or fraudulent statement to a department of the United States Government.

Housing Assistance Application

The program is governed by a waiting list and preference. Qualified applicants are notified at the time of unit availability. It is GHA’s responsibility to provide safe, decent, sanitary, and affordable housing, and to maintain the property in accordance to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) housing quality standards.

More information can be found on our Public Housing Page

Form

The Public Housing waiting list is open for application.

Applications for housing assistance are accepted every Tuesday between the hours of 9 am – 12 pm.

Procurement Opportunities

Congratulations on taking the first steps to becoming a certified contractor with Georgetown Housing Authority!

Certification process:

Complete all paperwork

  • Certified Contractor’s Application including proof of Section 3, Insurance, MBE/WBE
  • W-9 Request for Taxpayer Identification Number

GHA staff verifies that you/your company has not been banned from doing business with the Federal Government.  Your information is then entered into our Accounts Payable system.

Your responsibility as a GHA contractor:

  • Submit all invoices in a timely manner
  • Submit an invoice for the labor performed each week
  • Submit certified payrolls or other documentation for each employee working with/for you on the job
  • When work is complete submit a final bill for any remaining monies owed to you. Jobs that take less than one week; submit your bill immediately upon completion.  Your work will be checked prior to approval for payment.
  • Keep GHA informed of any contact information changes
  • Keep GHA informed of any Section 3 or MBE/WBE changes

GHA’S responsibilities to its contractors:

  • Maintain up to date records
  • Conduct employee interviews in accordance with Department of Labor requirements for any jobs in which the contractor submits certified payrolls
  • Review all certified payrolls for accuracy and report discrepancies to contractor or GC
  • Conduct a final inspection of all work done before final payment is released
  • Pay all contractors within two weeks of the invoice date
  • Call contractor when checks are ready if they have previously made that request
  • Pay contractor no less that the minimum Davis-Bacon or Hud Maintenance wage rate, whichever is applicable, per hour worked

All correspondence, questions/concerns, and invoices should be directed to the Executive Director.

Thank you for submitting your Contractor Packet to GHA, and we look forward to conducting business with your company.

Christina S. Woodruff, cpm
Executive Director