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Fargo Housing believes having a place to call home is a basic human right. We accept applications for affordable housing, and our waiting lists are  open for select programs. Once your application has been received, you will be placed on a waiting list and notified when a home becomes available.

Complete the online application:

  • Submit using the form below
Complete the online application

Download your application, then complete and return it to Fargo Housing via:

  • Mail at 325 Broadway N., Fargo, ND 58102
  • Drop box, located on the North side of the Fargo Housing building
Download the application

Your Fargo Housing application must include:

  • Copy of original Social Security Cards for all household members
  • Copy of picture I.D. for all household members 18 years of age or older
  • Copy of birth certificate for children
  • Copy of papers from INS showing legal immigration status

Upon eligibility, you must also provide:

  • Signatures of all household members 18 years of age or older

Please read the information thoroughly before submitting your application. Questions about whether you are eligible for Fargo Housing rentals?

Applicant Responsibilities

Once you have completed an application and been placed on the waiting list, it is your responsibility to notify the office if:

  • Your mailing address changes
  • Your family size changes
  • You no longer wish to be on the Fargo Housing waiting list

If Fargo Housing correspondence is returned because of an incorrect address, your application will be removed from our waiting list and you will need to reapply.

Once on the waiting list, you will be contacted periodically and asked whether they want to stay on the list. You must follow the instructions in these notifications to stay on the waiting list.

Online Application Form

Please complete the pre-application and attach the required documents. Each question is equally important in determining your eligibility and placement on the waiting list for housing assistance. Use this Application Guide for help in choosing the property or program that would best serve your needs. Once your complete application has been received, we will contact you through the mail when
there is a change in the status of your application.

Please ensure we have a valid mailing address.

All address changes must be submitted IN WRITING. Undeliverable mail will result in removal from the waiting list. Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) and Public Housing tenants pay approximately 30% of household gross adjusted monthly income towards rent.

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher: CLOSED

Rental Assistance applicants are responsible for finding their own qualified unit. The property owner and/or landlord will establish the lease, enforce its provisions, and collect the clients’ agreed-upon share of the rent. The FHRA pays the landlord a subsidy for the difference between the market rent price and the amount of rent paid by the tenant using a Payment Standard.

Project-Based Voucher Unit: CLOSED

These are designated units with-in the following properties that come with a Housing Choice Voucher attached. These allow you to pay
approximately 30% of your income for rent.
(For 55+ years old): Crossroads Senior Living, North Sky Senior Living, Sunrise Senior Living

Jeremiah Project: Fargo Campus provides single mothers and their children housing along with empowerment, life skills training, support to pursue career-track college education, and on-site early childhood education

Accessible Housing

New Horizons Manor: 2525 North Broadway.
FHRA’s fully accessible community with roll-in showers, specialized appliances, therapy room, and enhanced security system. Offering on-site
laundry, meal program and 24 hour assisted living services.

Pioneer Manor: 201 11th Street North.
This secured 46-unit building offers on-site computer lab, community room and laundry.

Senior Housing

Elliott Place: 4462 30th Ave. S. *Anticipated Opening August 2022*
55+, 76 1-bedroom units, 8 2-bedroom units, offer on-site meals, hair and nail salon, optional assisted living services, underground parking, on-site management, washer/dryer in unit, individual storage closets, wheelchair accessible.

Affordable Homes:

Scattered Site Homes:
(Madison and Jefferson School Areas)
This community consists of 27 two-bedroom two-story duplexes; 38 three-bedroom ground floor single family homes and 23 four bedroom
two-story single-family homes. Each unit features unfinished basement, Laundry hookups and large back yard with shed.

(18th Street and 25th Avenue South)
A cluster of Duplex style property consisting of 14 two-bedroom duplexes and 14 three-bedroom duplexes. All units are split level with
laundry hookups, storage shed and large community back yard.

(30th and 31st Avenues South and 22nd Street South)
This site consists of 18 two-bedroom split level duplexes; 2 units are ground floor duplex wheelchair-accessible; 6 three-bedroom split
level duplexes. These units are scattered throughout the neighborhood featuring laundry hookups, private yards and large backyard
sheds for each unit.

(34th Avenue South)
Spacious cluster of 28 two-bedroom split level or two-story duplex units; 2 two-bedroom ground floor wheelchair-accessible and 12
three-bedroom two-story or split-level duplex units. This neighborhood features large community yards, back yard sheds for each unit
and 2 playground areas.

Church Townhome: 16 ½ St. S.
2 to 3-bedroom townhomes with garages

Affordable Apartments:

220 Broadway (downtown): 220 Broadway
1 Bedroom Apartments

Herald Square (downtown): 303 Roberts St.
1 Bedroom Apartments

Lashkowitz High Rise: 101 2nd Street South.
This secured 22 stories High Rise offers a community room, elevators, meal service, and bus line

Check application status

Contact us at 701-293-6262 to check the status of your application.