Application Process

We will be accepting Public Housing Applications for all unit sizes on April 11th and 18th from 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. each day.  Applications will be taken at the office located at 336 Wren Street (in Brownell Homes).
Requirements to receive an application (ALL ARE REQUIRED): Current proof of all income; Picture ID for all applicants over the age of 18;certified birth certificates and social security cards for ALL household members (including all children). Without ALL of the above, an application will NOT be accepted. Everyone over age of 18 that would be in household must be present in order to apply.

Requirements :

  1. All applications are to be completed in the office with all adult members of the household present (18 years and older).
  2. A birth certificate and social security card is needed at time of application for ALL members of the household.
  3. A state issued picture ID is needed for all household members over 18 years old.
  4. Current proof of income is needed for all applications.

The Housing Authority of the City of Morgan City provides opportunities for its residents to satisfy the mandate of community service that was imposed by Congress under the Quality Housing Work and Responsibility Act of 1988 (QHWRA).  The mandate requires adult public housing residents ages 18 - 62 to perform at least eight (8) hours of volunteer service per month.  Some of the activities in which the residents are able to engage are:

  • Adult GED classes
  • At their own housing developments
  • At other agencies around the city
  • Self-help classes and seminars

All of the above activities are to assist the residents with becoming self-sufficient.  The Authority offers a Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program to residents who are willing to set goals and work toward independence.  Those goals may include obtaining a job, earning a GED or other degree, or purchasing a home.