Fairview Terrace Apartments
Community Action Partnership manages Fairview Terrace Apartments in Lewiston, Idaho, a complex designated for very low-income households where the head of the household has a developmental disability. These affordable apartments are financed by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Home Loan Bank. They are rent subsidized and residents pay approximately 30% of their income toward rent. Each household’s income is reviewed periodically and their rents are adjusted accordingly.
Fairview Terrace Apartments offers a total of twelve apartments, six of which have one bedroom, and the other six have two bedrooms. All units have central heat and air conditioning. The complex also has a community room with cable TV, video playback equipment, a refrigerator, a microwave, and a soda machine. Nearby is the on-site manager’s office and a laundry room with coin-operated laundry units.
The lease period for this complex is for one year. Fairview Terrace pays water, sewer, and garbage. Tenants are responsible for their electricity and natural gas bills.
Certain restrictions apply to tenant eligibility and tenancy. The eligibility factors are not the same as for other CAP programs. To effectively utilize space, occupancy guidelines generally require at least two persons in two bedroom units. All eligible households must have incomes below 50% of the Nez Perce County Median Income for their family size. The head of the household must have a Developmental Disability according to the HUD definition for 811 programs. Additional information regarding eligibility is available upon request. Median income tables change annually.