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Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)

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Leasing with Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)

With funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, DBHA’s Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program helps low-income households choose and pay for quality housing in the private market.

The Section 8 Waiting List is CLOSED

For Voucher Participants:

HCV Staff Contact Information

HCV Caseload (Based on Voucher Holder First Initial of Last Name) Housing Specialist Email Phone
HCV Case Load (A-I) Taneha Petties (386)-777-2583
HCV Case Load (J-P) Shelia McGill (386)-777-2574
HCV Case Load (Q-Z) Lateisha Walker (386)-777-5335
Special Programs/VASH/New Admissions Ariana Beville (386)-777-3940
New Admissions/Waiting List Tyvon Tobler (386)-777-2589
Portability/Landlord Increases Carmen Martin (386)777-3941


2020 Admin Plan

Public Comment Period: January 16, 2019 – February 16, 2019

Download File (Public Notice - Admin Plan Changes copy.pdf)

Updates for the Public Housing & Housing Choice Voucher Waiting List are Ongoing.

October 10, 2018 – November 1, 2018

The Housing Authority of the City of Daytona Beach is updating its Waiting Lists for both the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) and Affordable (Public) Housing Waiting Lists.

On October 10, 2018, applicants will be mailed an Update Form to their address of record. To remain active on the waiting list, applicants are asked to indicate their continued interest in housing by returning the form to the housing authority by November 1, 2018.

If the Update letter is returned due to incorrect address, expired mail forwarding or other address update issues, or the applicant fails to return the form by the deadline; their application will be withdrawn.

Applicants that are withdrawn, will be required to reapply, by completing a new application at our website at

If you are a person with special needs, and/or need assistance in the completion of the Update Form, please contact our office at 386-253-5653. Thank you.


DBHA continues to make changes to its inspection practices that aim to reward owners with high-quality housing units while creating consequences for owners who have chronic difficulty in maintaining their units to an acceptable standard.