Family Housing (State Moderate Rental)

Community Information

For many families, the need for a safe and healthy living environment can be great, especially when your income is limited. Affordable units in an unsubsidized moderate rental housing program are available to those families with low to moderate household incomes.

The Seymour Housing Authority maintains three residential areas in Seymour: Chamberlin Road, Brothers Court, and Seymour Avenue. Chamberlin Road offers a variety of one story single family houses, two story single family houses, two story duplexes, and two story row houses. a variety of one and two level units. Seymour Avenue is comprised of one story single family units. Brothers Court consists of two story duplexes. The units feature quality hardwood and tile floors, kitchen cabinets, and bathroom vanities. There are a limited number of completely handicapped accessible dwelling units.

All residential areas have active tenant associations and block watches whose mission is to maintain a safe living environment in our neighborhoods. Building a well-rounded community takes more than just affordable accommodations! The tenant associations offer periodic meetings to allow the residents the opportunity to meet their neighbors, discuss current neighborhood matters, and remain an active part of the thriving community.


To qualify for the Moderate Rental housing program, your total household annual income cannot be greater than the amounts shown in the chart below.

Number of People
in the Household
Maximum Annual Income
Allowed at Admission
2 $52,000
3 $58,500
4 $65,000
5 $70,200
6 $75,400
7 $80,600
8 $85,800

Rent & Utilities

The rental charges for the Moderate Rental housing program are based on a household’s income. Residents pay either 30% of their income or the base rent, whichever is higher. The current base rents are shown in the chart below. Residents are responsible for all utilities (oil heat, electricity, and water) in the Moderate Rental program and are given month utility allowances in accordance with the size of the apartment.

Number of
Style Monthly
Base Rent
Monthly Utility
2 Duplex $454 $119
2 Single Family $460 $117
2 Two-Story Row $520 $119
3 Duplex $470 $119
3 Single Family $467 $150
3 Two-Story Row $530 $150


To apply for the Moderate Rental Housing program, download the application packet here. Completed application packets can be sent to:
The Seymour Housing Authority
28 Smith Street
Seymour, CT 06483

If you are unable to print out the application packet, please complete the application request form on our “Contact Us” page, and we will mail one to you.

Director's Corner

David Keyser (203) 888-4579


As of late, the Seymour Housing Authority has received many inquiries and complaints about mixed populations in elderly housing. In response to this, I have included direct excerpts from a Legislative Program Review & Investigations Committee in a report titled: Mixing Populations in State Elderly Housing Projects. [more]