The Caldwell Housing Authority currently has 225 apartments located at Farmway Village in western Caldwell. Although other downtown apartments are in various stages of planning and development, the only units currently available are at Farmway Village.
The apartments are located at 22730 Farmway Road in Caldwell, Idaho. We are located off the Middleton Exit (#25) west of Caldwell on I-84. Farmway Village is a rural housing project close to the freeway and that has many community amenities including a convenient store, laundry facility, parks, and a summer water feature for the children.
The application fee is thirty dollars ($30.00) per adult household member that is divided into two (2) separate fifteen dollars ($15.00) fees. The initial $15.00 fee is required prior to completion of your background check. If you pass the background check (which is completed by a third-party company), the second $15.00 fee is required to finish processing your application.
Yes, the housing authority does not discriminate based on age or any of the other protected classes. However, you have to be 18 years of age in Idaho to legally enter into a contract. As such, the housing authority cannot enter into a rental agreement with anyone under the age of 18.
NO. As of January 1, 2020, an applicant does NOT have to be a farm laborer to rent from the Caldwell Housing Authority and live at Farmway Village. CHA now provides affordable housing to individuals or families who work in the Caldwell area, without regards to type of employment.
As stated in the previous section, applicants should expect the wait time to be 3-6 months before a suitable apartment is available, and should not let that discourage them from completing an application. The only way to ensure an applicant is considered for an available apartment, is by being on the waiting list. We can guarantee, however, that any person NOT on a waiting list will NOT be considered for housing.
We understand the cost rent plus security deposit can, in many cases, be a substantial barrier to renting an apartment. Depending on your rental history and background, the housing authority may, at its own discretion, collect a partial deposit and make payment arrangements with the applicant for the remaining security deposit. Security deposit arrangements are only offered to applicants who are accepted and placed on the waiting list.
You are allowed to live at Farmway Village as long as you meet the eligibility and income requirements. Seasonal H2A workers live at Farmway Village for as long as ten (10) months. Other tenants have lived at Farmway Village for several years. Your occupancy depends solely on income eligibility and your ability to follow the rules and pay rent.
The housing authority takes much pride in keeping the place safe and free from crime. We have great tenants who look out for each other and help keep the property safe. The housing authority has worked diligently over the years to install surveillance cameras in the common areas of the property to help deter and prevent crime. The store, mail room, offices, laundry room and roads at Farmway Village are under video surveillance for your protection. In the last ten (10) years, no noticeable or significant criminal activity has occurred.
We have done a lot to build a friendly community at Farmway Village. As mentioned previously, we have a small convenient store, a laundry room, mail room, parks and picnic areas, and open recreational space for tenants to enjoy. There is also a community center on site that can be used for parties or other community activities. In addition to the daily amenities, many volunteer organizations and service clubs volunteer at Farmway Village. Several times throughout the year volunteers will host free medical screening, food banks, and other services.