|Caribou Municipal Building|
25 High St
Caribou, Maine 04736
|Lisa Plourde, Executive Director|
Phone: (207) 493-4234
Fax: (207) 376-0178
HUD’s Temporary Suspension of Evictions for Nonpayment of Rent
MaineHousing Rent Relief Program
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Economic Stimulus: How It Pertains to You
Since 1977, the Caribou Housing Authority has been assisting families and individuals in finding safe and affordable housing. Offering housing programs and community resources, we are committed to serving those who are in need of a fresh start.
Let us help you find your next home.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
WAITING LIST STATUS
HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (SECTION 8)
Program overview, inspections, Annuals/Interim Re-Examinations, Moves, Portability, etc.
HCV FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY
Help eliminate barriers that prevent participants from reaching independence from subsidy.
Own a home of your own, and still receive rental assistance!
Information for new and current landlords/managers.
Direct deposit portal
FORMS & DOCUMENTS
Commonly used forms & documents for Applicants/Participants & Landlords.
Names and phone numbers of local landlords
Income Limits, Payment Standards, Utility Allowances
Reasonable Accommodations, Violence/Domestic Violence,
REPORT HOUSING FRAUD
History, Mission, Policies & Procedures.
Quarterly newsletter, Section 8 Participants
LOCAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Contact information on various local agencies.
LATEST NEWS FROM CARIBOU HOUSING
Caribou Housing Authority,
is CLOSED to the
public/walk-in’s until further notice.
If you need to speak to someone
in Housing, please call our office.
If you need assistance,
or have a question,
City Clerk: 493-5976
City Manager’s Office: 493-5960
Code Enforcement: 493-5967
Finance Department: 493-5969
General Assistance: 493-5968
Housing Authority: 493-4234
Tax Assessment: 493-5966
Tax Collector: 493-5970
Closed Friday, July 3rd
in observance of Independence Day
* 180 Applicants Pulled
* 38 New Admissions
2,193 Households Served
* Average 183 Families / Month
162 Housing Quality Inspections
94% Lease-Up Rate