Woodbridge Housing Authority
Public Housing Program
The Woodbridge Housing Authority's Public Housing Program follows all rules and regulations as governed by HUD, or
Public Housing is a form of assistance provided by the Woodbridge Housing Authority (WHA). The WHA's 150 family units and 415 senior units (62 or older) provide decent housing to low income families and individuals. The WHA bases rent on 30% of the household's gross adjusted annual income, and all households must recertify their family's composition and income eligibility annually. Rent changes are based on any change in household composition and/or income and must be reported within 10 days of the change. Also, the WHA performs criminal background checks on all applicants as well as HUD mandated annual inspections of apartments.
The Woodbridge Housing Authority's six senior housing complexes are located throughout Woodbridge Township. Please click on any of the Towers to the left to obtain more information about each building, including available programs, Resident Council information, directions and pictures.
Woodbridge Garden Apartments
The Woodbridge Garden Apartments house our low-income families. Located on Bunns Lane, buildings 1-9, and 11-18 house 150 low income families in 1 to 4 bedroom apartments. Click on the Woodbridge Garden Apartments link to the left to learn more.