Mission Plaza Apartments

2027 Mission Street

San Francisco, CA 94110

Mission Plaza Apartments

WILL OPEN ITS WAITING LIST FOR

STUDIOS, ONE, AND TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENTS

FOR SENIORS (62 AND OLDER), DISABLED, AND/OR FAMILIES

ON

THURSDAY, JULY 30, 2020 AT 9:00 AM


To Apply:

Call the Hotline (888) 447-0414. Hearing Impaired: Use California Relay (800) 735-2929 or 711.

The Hotline will open July 30, 2020, at 9:00 AM.


  • The Hotline operator will ask the caller to provide their name, mailing address, and phone number. Only one applicant per household, and only one call per applicant. Duplication will be rejected.
  • The Hotline closes when 200 names are received.
  • One pre-application will be mailed out to each caller. Callers must be eligible at the time of the call.
  • DO NOT contact or visit the Mission Plaza office for pre-applications. All requests directed to the office will be denied.


Eligibility Requirements for Housing at Mission Plaza Apartments:

  • Meet HUD income limits and the property’s occupancy standards and screening.
  • Meet all other federal, state, and local eligibility requirements as outlined in the Mission Plaza Apartments’ Resident Selection Plan. Copies of the Resident Selection Plan are available at 2027 Mission Street, San Francisco, between the hours of 10 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.


Application & Placement Processing:

  • Pre-applications will be sent only to the 200 callers whose names are received during the call-in period.
  • Original, coded pre-applications will be sent via USPS First Class mail.
  • Completed pre-applications received by the Mission Plaza Apartments office must be postmarked no later than September 1, 2020.  Pre-applications postmarked after September 1, 2020 will be rejected.
  • Only original, complete, and signed pre-application forms will be accepted. Copied forms will be rejected. 
  • Duplicate pre-application forms will be rejected, including the original form that it was copied from.
  • All pre-applications will be date and time stamped and initialed by a management representative upon receipt. This does not determine the ranking on the Waiting list. Wait list ranking will be determined by a lottery system using a randomizing software.
  • All pre-applications will be reviewed for completeness and basic applicant eligibility. If an applicant does not meet basic eligibility requirements for the program, the pre-application will be rejected, and s/he will be sent a denial letter.
  • Applicants meeting eligibility requirements will stay on the waiting list in the order as determined by the randomizing software.
  • All applicants placed on the waiting list will receive a confirmation letter. Do not contact the Mission Plaza Apartments Office.
  • All information provided in the pre-application will be verified at the time of admission. False information will result in rejection. 
  • Placement on the waiting list is not a guarantee of acceptance or an offer for housing assistance. Further qualifying and screening will be conducted when an applicant approaches the top of the list.


Federal Preferences – In Accordance with HUD Regulations:

  • Preference will be given to person or persons approved for the Waiting List if they are:  Displaced by government action OR living in a dwelling that has been extensively damaged or destroyed as a result of a presidentially declared disaster (as defined in Federal Disaster Relief laws).
  • HUD requires that 40% of the assisted apartments that become available in each fiscal year be leased to applicants whose income does not exceed 30% of the area median income (“extremely low-income”) at the time of admission.  This may result in some applicants whose income exceeds the 30% median income to be skipped in favor of those who meet the extremely low-income until the target is met.


Note: No pre-applications will be distributed other than in the manner listed above.