Applications are now being accepted for new affordable apartments on Paso Robles’ east side at Carey Street and South River Road.
Hidden Creek Village, an 80-unit complex under construction since summer 2010, offers energy-efficient units, a clubhouse, two playgrounds and a bus stop.
The Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo expects that residents will begin to move in during September.
The units range from one, two and three bedrooms. The two- and three-bedroom units were still available as of Thursday.
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Youth programs and ongoing educational discussions will be featured in the clubhouse. Topics include sustainable gardening, energy conservation, financial management, exercise and health.
The nearly $20 million complex is funded with $1 million from the Paso Robles' Redevelopment Agency as well as state tax credits reserved for low-income housing.
Two-bedroom units start at $837 per month while three-bedroom units start at $967 per month.
Household income and the number of people per unit increases those rents on a fixed scale. Hidden Creek’s low-income levels range from $29,800 per year for a two-person household to $44,640 for a four-person household.
Those interested in applying can download an application at www.haslo.org or call 543-4478 for more information.