Housing & Social Services

The Housing & Social Department is here to assist the City of North Miami in creating a viable urban community by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding opportunities, principally for very low, low and moderate-income persons/families.

Responsibilities

The Department administers local, state and federal funds designated for housing and Social Services. They also identify housing and community development needs within the City, work with "not for profit" organizations to expand opportunities and quality of life for low and moderate income residents. The department plans, developments and implements programs and activities to meet identified needs in housing and social services, such as:

  • Home Ownership
  • Improvements
  • Public facilities
  • Rental Rehabilitation
  • Single-family Rehabilitation

Income Chart Limits

Adjusted for Household Size

Household Size30%
E. Low
50%
V. Low
80%
Low/Mod
120%140%
1$19,200$32,000$51,200$76,800$89,600
2$21,950$36,600$58,500$87,840$102,480
3$24,700$41,150$65,800$98,760$115,220
4$27,400$45,700$73,100$109,680$127,960
5$30,680$49,400$78,950$118,560$138,320
6$35,160$53,050$84,800$127,320$148,540 
7$39,680$56,700$90,650$136,080 $158,760
8$44,120$60,350$96,500$144,840$168,980

Median Income is $59,100.00 for Miami-Dade County

E.Low = Extremely Low Income 30% of Area Median Income
V. Low = Very Low Income 50% of Area Median Income
Low/Mod = Low Income 80% of Area Median Income