• Give the Kenosha Housing Authority (KHA) true information about your family and your income. Cooperate in annual certification with KHA.
  • Notify KHA in writing if you or any other adult in your family has a change in income.
  • Live in the unit. You may not sublet it to someone else. You may run a legal business in the unit if the lease allows, but you must use the unit mainly as your home.
  • Notify KHA in writing if:
    • your are away from home for more than a month
    • you move out or end your lease
    • you get an eviction notice
    • any member of your family moves out
    • you add any children to your family by birth, by adoption, or by getting custody in court
  • Obey your lease. You and your family, including guests and visitor, must not get involved with crime, drugs, or violence.
  • Let KHA inspect the unit during regular inspections every year, and at other times if KHA has reason to think that the unit is damaged.
  • Ask permission in writing from the landlord and from KHA if anyone else in your family wants to move in.
  • Notify your landlord in writing 28 days prior to moving out (see our moving form)
  • Pay your portion of the rent and your utilities.
  • Take care of the unit. Do not let anyone in your family or any guests damage it or cause disturbances in your building.