COVID-19

The Housing Authority offices are temporarily closed to the public.  This includes our main office located at 15 North Marr Street (Rosalind Apartments) and satellite offices located at 630 West Arndt Street, 653 West Arndt Street and 68 Harrison Place in the City of Fond du Lac and the satellite office located at 235 Winnebago Street in the Village of North Fond du Lac.  The Fond du Lac Housing Authority is limiting public access to our offices.

All staff are still reporting to work and steps are implemented to process required paperwork internet and US mail.  Paperwork can be dropped of in the rent collection box, in the foyer between the front door and interior door, at Rosalind Apartments.

Residents living in units owned by the Housing Authority properties were notified that maintenance staff are only responding to Emergency Work orders.  If you call for an Emergency Work Order, please advise staff if anyone in our home tested positive so staff will can take protective measures.  

Applications for housing are taken online at www.fdlpha.org.

Specific questions may be emailed to info@fdlpha.org or call (920) 929-3107.  We will respond as fast as possible.


Do I need to pay rent and utilities during this pandemic?

Units owned by the Housing Authority

Yes, you are still responsible for paying your rent and utilities.  For most families receiving Social Security or SSI there was no change in income.    If your income changed, please contact your case worker. We encourage families to pay the rent using our ACH program. It is free of charge and your rent is automatically deducted from your checking or savings account on the third or fourth day of the month.  Over 50% of the tenants at Westnor Apartments pay their rent using our ACH program.  For more information, contact Alec Gulan or Julie Becker.

Participants of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program

Yes, you are still responsible for paying your rent and utilities.  Failure to pay the rent and/or utilities is a violation of the family’s obligation under the program.  Your landlord could issue you an eviction notice. If you fail to comply with the program requirements, the Housing Authority can terminate assistance on your behalf.  If your income changed due to COVID-19, please contact Dawn Minger for an income change.  


I heard I am not responsible for rent during this pandemic?

This is false.  You are still responsible for your rent, utilities, etc.


Is the stimulus check countable income?

No, the stimulus check is considered a one-time payment and will not be counted as income.  The stimulus check should be used to pay rent, utilities, etc.