All of the nearly 30,000 applications for Baltimore’s newly reopened low-income public housing program waitlist have been accepted following a surge in requests. The housing authority said in a news release that it will use a random sequence generator to determine the order on the wait list for the roughly 29,800 applicants, who will then have to complete eligibility interviews and provide documentation. As public housing units become vacant, residents will be pulled from the waitlist.
About 30k applications added to Baltimore public housing waitlist
September 26, 2023