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Procurement with Spartanburg Housing Authority


The mission of the procurement department is to acquire services, supplies, equipment, and construction at the most efficient level. The department is responsible for ensuring fair and equitable treatment of all vendors who work with the Authority. The SHA Procurement Department works diligently to accomplish the mission while complying with all applicable federal, state and local laws.

Housing for Spartanburg Housing Authority Housing


SHA provides housing assistance to families, elderly & disabled individuals through programs like Public Housing, Housing Choice Vouchers, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, HOME & Homeownership.

Residents of Spartanburg Housing Authority Residents


SHA provides easy access to information & required forms needed by program participants. Participants also have access to an array of supportive service programs designed to maximize individual potential.

Vouchers for Spartanburg Housing Authority Voucher Programs

Voucher Program

The Housing Choice Voucher Program is one of the best opportunities for lower income families to obtain decent, safe, & affordable housing. Families may choose from a broad variety of housing types and locations.

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Grievance Procedures

When the SHA makes a decision that has a negative impact on an applicant or resident family, the family is often entitled to appeal the decision. Informal hearings provide the applicant and/or resident family a means to hear the details of the reasons for rejection or administrative decision, and an opportunity to present evidence to the contrary if available, and to claim mitigating circumstances where applicable.

Persons with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations to participate in the informal hearing process and the SHA must consider such accommodations. The SHA must also consider reasonable accommodation requests pertaining to the reasons for denial if related to the person’s disability. The family is entitled to be represented by an attorney or other designee, at the family’s expense, and to have such person make statements on the family’s behalf. The family is entitled to arrange for an interpreter to attend the hearing, at the expense of the family, or the SHA, as may be agreed upon by the two parties. If the family does not arrange for their own interpreter, the SHA is still obligated to provide oral translation services in accordance with its LEP Plan.

The SHA will only offer informal hearings to applicants for the purpose of disputing denials of admission. The SHA will give an applicant prompt notice of a decision denying eligibility for admission. The notice will contain a brief statement of the reasons for the SHA decision, and will also state that the applicant may request an informal hearing to dispute the decision. The notice will describe how to obtain the informal hearing which includes submitting a request in writing within 10 calendar days.

SHA has a grievance procedure in place through which residents of public housing are provided an opportunity to grieve any SHA action or failure to act involving the lease or SHA policies which adversely affect their rights, duties, welfare, or status. The SHA’s grievance procedure is incorporated by reference in the lease. The SHA furnishes a copy of the grievance procedure to each tenant and to resident organizations. The grievance procedure is applicable only to individual tenant issues relating to the SHA. It is not applicable to disputes between tenants not involving the SHA.

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