Carbon Creek Shores
Co-Sponsor: Dayle McIntosh Center for the Disabled
Carbon Creek Shores is an affordable community for those who are mobility/sensory impaired and over the age of 18 and their families. There are 26 one-bedroom apartments, ten two-bedroom units and four three-bedroom units. All apartments have accessibility features to accommodate persons with disabilities.
Carbon Creek Shores is a smoke-free community.
One, Two, and Three Bedroom Apartments Include:
- Safety Features in Bathroom
- Full Kitchen
- Smoke Detectors
- Emergency Call System
- Heating and Air Conditioning
- Window Treatments
Building Amenities Include:
- On-Site Laundry Room
- Individual, Indoor Mailboxes
- On-Site Management Staff
We hope this section helps answer a few of the questions you may have. If you have a question not covered in this section, or if you would like more information, please call Carbon Creek Shores at 714-630-3100. We look forward to hearing from you!
What type of housing is Carbon Creek Shores? Is it low-income housing?
Carbon Creek Shores is a subsidized housing community for those over the age of 18 who are mobility/sensory impaired and their families. The term “subsidized housing” means that the rent is based on income. A resident of the community pays approximately 30% of their income as rent.
Who pays the remainder of rent?
The remainder of the rent is paid in the form of a subsidy. If a resident qualifies for a subsidy, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), a U.S. government agency, will pay the remainder of the rent.
How is rent calculated?
Resident rent is based on approximately 30% of income. A good estimate of your rent would be to take 30% of your gross annual income and divide it by 12 months. This will give you an estimate of what your monthly rent could be.
What does the rent include?
Monthly rental of the apartment, as well as heat and an electric allowance. An electric allowance is a certain amount taken off of the resident’s rent payment meant to help the resident pay the electric bill. The allowance amount is based on average usage for the apartment and may change annually. Residents will still receive an electric bill, but the allowance is intended to help pay for it. Residents may still be eligible for energy assistance from the state.
Is there a lease?
Yes, there is a one-year lease, but we understand the necessity of unanticipated move-outs.
How many apartments are there?
Carbon Creek Shores has 40 apartments.
How do I get started with the move-in process?
Simply fill out an application completely, sign it and mail it to the address on the back of the application.
Is there a waiting list for residency?
Yes, currently Carbon Creek Shores has a waiting list. Please call for the approximate waiting time.
What is the Security Deposit?
The Security Deposit is the same as one month’s full rent (before the electric allowance) with a minimum of $50. This deposit is due in full at the signing of the lease.
Do you allow pets?
Carbon Creek Shores welcomes your pet. Fish and birds are welcomed without a deposit. We also welcome small dogs and cats with a pet deposit. There is a limit of one animal (cat or dog) per apartment and there are certain size and breed restrictions.
Is there additional storage space available?
There is no additional storage available, however, each style of apartment offers a large amount of storage space.
Is parking available?
What is the cost of parking?
There is no cost for parking.
How many keys do I receive?
Residents receive an apartment key, a key to a locked mailbox for their apartment, and an access key to the main entry. Our main entrances are intercom controlled and automatically open with the key.
Are there on-site laundry facilities?
There is one laundry center at Carbon Creek Shores. It contains three coin operated washers and three coin operated dryers with folding and hanging areas and a sink for the convenience of our residents. This center is located on the ground floor.