Subsidized Rentals


Waybury Apartments

Waybury Apartments is a HUD subsidized Section 8 property for adults age 62 and over as well as adults with a qualifying disability.  Income limits apply.  Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent.  Heat is included. Waybury Apartments offers one and two bedroom apartments including accessible units. Conveniently located in Chaska’s Jonathan Association, Waybury Apartment is close to local shopping, dining and medical facilities.

Some amenities include:
  • Large community room with full kitchen and TV
  • Library
  • Individual garages and decks/patios
  • Controlled access entry system

Waybury currently has an open waiting list.
For more information Contact CDA staff at 952-448-5022 or email us

Public Housing Program

The CDA currently owns and manages 81 units of public housing throughout the county.

Created by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), public housing was established to provide a decent and safe rental housing option for those of low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.  The CDA currently owns and manages 81 single family, town homes and apartments throughout Carver County.  Funding, technical and professional assistance provided by HUD allows the CDA to administer and maintain its public housing program.

To become a resident of the CDA’s public housing program all applicants must meet the eligibility requirements set forth by HUD.  This includes meeting program income guidelines, family composition, age and/or disability qualifications, providing solid references and passing a criminal history check.  In addition, all applicants must provide proof of U.S. citizenship or eligible immigration status.



Income Limits

Waiting Lists

How to Apply

Fair Housing

Other Subsidized Housing

Visit HUD Website
HUD’s Housing Discrimination Complaint Form
If you need assistance filing a Housing Discrimination Complaint, please call the CDA at (952) 448-7715.

HUD Minnesota Information Guide

Minnesota Department of Human Rights: 651-296-5663

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