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HASCO Transfers Ownership of Maud’s House to VOA

On April 17, 2019, HASCO transferred ownership of the Maud's House property in Marysville, WA to Volunteers of America Western Washington (VOA). HASCO acquired the property (formerly called Autumn Leaf) in 2005 using funds from the Washington State Department of...

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HASCO seeks comments on Draft 2019-2020 Agency Plan

HASCO is currently seeking public comment on its draft 2019-2020 Public Housing Agency Plan Update during a 45-day review period which runs from January 18, 2019 through March 04, 2019.  The Agency Plan is a HUD requirement and outlines HASCO’s goals and objectives...

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Government Shutdown and HASCO’s Section 8 Program FAQs

HASCO has received many questions and comments regarding the current government shut down. Like you, we are waiting for resolution and more information from the federal government. Here is what we know as of January 15, 2019 (this will be updated when more information...

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Community and Homeless Services Information

Snohomish County Human Services has released a survey for households that currently have low incomes to tell us what services are important to them and how difficult it is to access different services. It also includes more specific questions on housing, health and...

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Your Story Is Powerful! Please Help Us Share It with WA State

Has receiving housing assistance from HASCO or other agencies made a difference in your family’s life? Our state lawmakers want to hear your story to help them understand how the money Washington state spends to provide housing assistance is helping real people....

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2019 Resident Advisory Board Meeting

HASCO is looking for Section 8 participants to serve on our 2019 Resident Advisory Board (RAB).  RAB members give important input on housing assistance in our community. We use your input to determine HASCO's priorities for the coming year—your feedback is important!...

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Advisory Committee Applications Available

Snohomish County is seeking residents to serve on the Technical Advisory Committee. Committee members review applications and make funding recommendations on the following types of projects: Affordable Housing Public Services Improvements to facilities and...

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Seeking Public involvement on Light Rail

In anticipation of the arrival of Sound Transit’s light rail service in the mid-2030s, Snohomish County is launching a planning project to prepare two areas of unincorporated Snohomish County. Stations are planned at I-5 near 128th St and 164th St. In partnership with...

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