Agreement could bring more low-income housing
City's partnership with HASCO extends to entire city limits
Last updated 5/20/2021 at 10:31am
They are among the most desired apartments in Edmonds. They're in prime locations and the rents are to die for.
But if you're not on the waiting list now, you may have to wait years to get in.
They are three income-restricted complexes administered by the Housing Authority of Snohomish County (HASCO), a public agency under Washington state law that oversees various types of housing vouchers and owns and operates various types of housing.
Now, more lower-income housing could be on the ever-crowded horizon as Edmonds councilmembers have approved an interlocal agreement with HASCO that would...