The application of any household that fails to respond to the update request by the specific deadline date will be purged.
To add adult household members, you must request and obtain approval from WHA before the person moves into your unit. You will need to fill out a background paperwork along with supporting documentation.
Removing a Member of the Household - Listed under Chapter 9 REEXAMINATIONS : 9-III.B. CHANGES IN FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION
The Resident Head of Household may opt to remove a member of the household (whether adult or minor child) from the Lease by submitting a written request to the Property Manager that indicates the member to be removed, the reason for the removal, where the member will be residing and the effective date of the change.
To do so, the Head of Household must provide documents that satisfy criteria from the following list which must total a minimum of 10 points:
Lease of removed person, evidencing his/her new address (10 POINTS)
Utility bill of removed person, evidencing his/her new address (7 POINTS)
Is head of household willing to move to a smaller apartment? (7 POINTS)
Resident in good standing (5 POINTS)
WHA checks subject apartment and finds no evidence that the culpable person is still living in the apartment (5 POINTS)
Documentation notifying the USPS of change of address for the member (5 POINTS)
Mail going to removed person at different address (3 POINTS)
Request that mail not be delivered to the head of household’s address (3 PTS)
Legal Disclaimer Ad in newspaper (3 POINTS)
The followed are allowable supporting documents of new address:
• Lease Agreement for the current residence.
• Utility bills: gas, electric, cable or landline phone (no mobile phone bills)
• Vehicle registration
• State ID showing your address and expiration date – Must show the changed address on ID.
• Change of address at the Post Office
• Any other government or financial institution-issued document
• A Notarized affidavit from the landlord.
Individuals attending college, enlisted in the U.S. armed services, or are temporarily away from the unit will not be removed from the Lease. If the Head of Household moves or deceases and is the sole occupant, the Lease will be terminated.
If the removal of a member of the household, for any reason, results in an under‐utilized unit size, the household will be required to transfer into an available appropriately sized unit. Failure to comply is a material violation of the Lease and may result in termination of tenancy
Please be aware that you will still be liable for any rent due/income attached to household as long as they are still listed on the lease. It does not matter under who’s income it is, all adults are held accountable for it being paid.
Threatens someone’s health or safety immediately, or
Will cause property damage if not corrected immediately
Some examples of true emergencies include:
Whole Stove not working
Refrigerator not working
Fallen electrical lines
We also encourage you to use email or call to communicate with us if possible. WHA Residents can access some services using the Wildwood Housing Authority tenant portal on the website. If you need help accessing the tenant portal please call 609-729-0220.
During Wildwood Housing Authority business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 to 4:30), you can submit work orders by calling the office directly: 609-729-0220.
You can also log into the tenant portal and submit a work orders online.
For Emergencies only call after business hours, weekends and on Holidays, the On-Call Maintenance at 609-551-8836.