Friday, January 30, 2015
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New Harmony housing lottery deadline is Friday

Vanessa Guerra, project manager for the Yolo Mutual Housing Association, is all smiles after a site inspection earlier this year at New Harmony in South Davis. Rachel Iskow/Courtesy photo

Applications for the housing lottery waiting list at New Harmony, an affordable community on Cowell Boulevard near Mace Boulevard, are due Friday. Applications must be postmarked by that date to be entered into the lottery.

Housing lottery applications may be picked up at any Mutual Housing community in Davis: Owendale, 3023 Albany Ave.; Tremont Green, 5663 Marden Drive; Twin Pines, 3333 F St.; or Moore Village, 2444 Moore Blvd.

The latest Sacramento/Yolo Mutual Housing Association community has 69 one-, two- and three- bedroom apartments. New Harmony also will have free Internet access, savings on utilities due to solar power, a community garden, basketball court and children’s play area.

It also has washer and dryer hook-ups, large patios, a community club house and laundry facilities.

New Harmony is close to Yolobus and Unitrans lines.

Rents for apartments vary, depending on household income and family size. Tables for each are part of the application. There are income restrictions. Occupancy is expected to start in January.

A lottery for the waiting list will take place at 1 p.m. Friday, June 29, in the Community Chambers at Davis City Hall, 23 Russell Blvd. All applicants will be notified of their position on the list by July 16.

Anyone who misses the lottery deadline still may apply for the waiting list. These applications will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis after the lottery applicants.

Mail applications to New Harmony Mutual Housing Community, P.O. Box 330, Davis CA 95617.

For questions on the application process, call Berkley Management at (530) 758-2889. For more information about Sacramento/Yolo Mutual Housing, visit www.mutualhousing.com.

Founded in 1988, Sacramento/Yolo Mutual Housing Association develops and operates rental housing for modest-income households. The communities have 2,750 residents.

Through Mutual Housing’s focus on leadership, the nonprofit also provides training and mentoring as well as educational programs, community-building activities and services for residents and neighbors.

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