Affordable Housing Information

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Affordable housing is generally defined as housing in which the occupant is paying no more than 30 percent of gross income for housing costs, including utilities. 

Properties listed below are either categorized as subsidized or have received LIHTC financing. 

  • A subsidized housing unit is one in which a tenant pays approximately 30% their adjusted income on rent and utilities. The management agency or Public Housing Authority calculate the tenant's rent amount. HUD then pays the difference between the tenants rent contribution and the total rent that is paid to the property owner. For more information on HUD rental assistance programs, contact the property directly or the San Juan County Housing Authority. 
  • Properties that have received Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) financing must provide affordable rents to tenants who qualify based on income guidelines. For more information about a particular building and their corresponding income guidelines, rents, and any other qualifications, please contact the property directly.

FARMINGTON AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Property Name: Address: Phone #: Notes:
Apple Ridge Apartments 1600 Cliffside Dr. (505) 327-0151 Subsidized
Eaton Village Park 2550 East 16th St. (505) 327-5720 LIHTC
La Terraza Apartments 900 Cannery Ct.  (505) 324-6201 LIHTC
Ladera Village Apartments 3500 Butler Ave. (505) 326-1687 LIHTC
Mesa Village Apartments 1750 East Elm St. (505) 564-2570 LIHTC
Northgate Village 2500 West Apache St.  (505) 327-4197 Subsidized
San Juan Apartments 2614 East 20th St.  (505) 325-8590 Subsidized
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HOUSING ASSISTANCE FOR LOW INCOME RESIDENTS

San Juan County Partnership 

  • Homelessness prevention, rapid rehousing, rental assistance, utility deposits. 
  • Angelina Martin, Client Coordinator - (505) 325-4214
  • Douglas Joe, Program Manager - (505) 325-1178
  • 1515 East 20th Street
  • https://sjcpartnership.org/housing-assistance

ECHO

San Juan County Housing Authority

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

  • New Mexico rental housing resources, information on subsidized apartments, public housing and housing choice vouchers (section 8), utility bill support, housing counseling agency. 
  • https://www.hud.gov/states/new_mexico/renting

HOMELESSNESS PREVENETION & ASSISTANCE AGENCIES 

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Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, and Daily Meals.

520 Hydroplant Rd.

(505) 327-3104

People Assisting the Homeless

food bankECHO FOOD BANK

Homelessness Assistance and Food Distribution to Low-Income Individuals.

401 South Commercial Ave.

(505) 326-3770

ECHO Food Bank


SJCC

San Juan Catholic Charities

Transitional Housing, Informal Counseling, Drop in Center, and Immigration Support.

119 West Broadway

(505) 325-3734

San Juan Catholic Charities


kidsChildhaven

Emergency Shelter for Children Under 18 Years Old.

(505) 325-5358

Childhaven Farmington, NM