PHA Central Administrative Office/Rental Office Closed 

The PHA's Central Administrative Office/Rentral Office at 555 N. Wabasha Street is currently closed to the public.  If you have any questions, please call 651-298-5158 for more information.

COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance: RentHelpMN

RentHelpMN may help you pay your rent and utilities bills!
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A regular business meeting will be held on July 28, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. 

The Executive Director of the Saint Paul Public Housing Agency has declared that conducting an in-person public meeting of the Board of Commissioners is not practical or prudent because of the current COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the presently declared national, state and local states of emergencies.  

In addition, the Executive Director of the Saint Paul Public Housing Agency has declared that it is not feasible for members of the Board of Commissioners and members of the public to attend the meeting at its regular location due to the current health pandemic and declared states of emergency.  Accordingly, all members of the Board of Commissioners will attend this meeting by telephone.  The meeting regularly held in the 4th Floor Boardroom at 555 N. Wabasha Street in the City of Saint Paul will be available to the public via telephone call-in as set forth below. 

Members of the public may listen to the meeting remotely by dialing 1-877-853-5257.  The meeting ID number is 847 5760 9993, passcode: 304039.  The meeting will start at 9:00 a.m.  The public will be able to hear all discussion and testimony of the members of the Commission.  All votes will be conducted by rollcall.  Please be advised that the Commission may require the person making a connection to pay for the documented additional cost that the Commission incurs as a result of the additional connection.  The PHA does not anticipate incurring any additional costs for participants accessing the meeting remotely.

St. Paul PHA Multifamily Housing Waiting List Opening

0/1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Bedroom Apartments

The St. Paul Public Housing Agency (PHA) will begin accepting online applications for apartments with 0-5 bedroom on September 17, 2020 and continuing until further notice. 

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CARES Act Waivers 

As permitted by Congress in the CARES Act and implemented by HUD in the PIH Notice 2020-05, the St. Paul PHA has adopted the waivers of policies and procedures below during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Notice of Temporary Policy Waivers


Click here for more information on PHA's Action Plan and resources on COVID-19. 

Click here to view the Coronavirus Fact Sheet - what you need to know about COVID-19.

Click here for more information on how to stop the spread of germs.

Click here for more information on what the public should do.


St. Paul PHA Public Housing Waiting Lists Closing October 1, 2018

Beginning October 1, 2018 and until further notice, the St. Paul Public Housing Agency (PHA) will stop accepting applications for its public housing program.  Effective on this date, the PHA will not be accepting applications for any bedroom size.  

All applications received prior to October 1st will be processed according to the PHA’s approved policies.  The policies include admission preferences for persons who live, work or attend school in the City of St. Paul, or who have been accepted for work or school in St. Paul; and for veterans, members of the armed services and their dependents.

The PHA will announce in advance when the waiting list will reopen for new applications.

Section 8/Housing Choice Voucher Landlord Orientation

Landlord orientation is a free one-hour session that provides both prospective and existing landlords an introduction to how Section 8 works in St. Paul. The sessions are held at the Central Administrative Office on the third floor.
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Rent Payments

Beginning June 1, 2015 the PHA will no longer accept rent payments at our Central Administrative Office. Rent payments may be paid by mail or online.
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Top 5 Reasons for Eviction

This flyer lists the top five reasons public housing residents get evicted. More >

Political Campaigning in PHA Hi-Rises

Click here to view flyer on Political Campaigning.