Santee Landing Apartments Accepting Applications
Santee Landing Apartments, an affordable housing community is under construction at 455 Seville Road in Wadsworth, Ohio. Beginning on Monday February 22nd, the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority will accept applications for 2 & 3 BR units with leasing anticipated to begin in October 2021. This family-oriented apartment community includes modern & energy efficient apartments, a smoke free campus, central air conditioning, kitchen appliances (range, refrigerator, and dishwasher), and storage space in each unit. Outdoor amenities will include a walking trail with exercise stations, a playground, and ample parking. Applications accepted on the MMHA website
or by requesting an application From the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority: 850 Walter Road, Medina, OH 44256; 330-336-3606; & e-mail: email@example.com
Equal Housing Opportunity
Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Robert Redfield signed an Order stating the evictions of tenants could be detrimental to public health control measures to slow the spread of SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Notice
The Declaration Form states that tenants, lessees, or residents of residential properties who are covered by the CDC's Order temporarily halting residential evictions for nonpayment of rent to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. To invoke the CDC's Order, these persons must provide an executed copy of the Declaration Form (or a similar declaration under penalty of perjury) to their landlord, owner of the residential property where they live, or other person who has a right to have them evicted or removed from where they live.
Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority
Welcome, The Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority helps build vibrant communities within Medina County. MMHA provides stable, decent, safe and affordable housing to many low and moderate-income families and individuals.
Headquartered in Medina, the MMHA office is centrally located among our properties so we can provide fast, responsive service. In addition to managing housing
units owned by the MMHA or other entities, MMHA manages rental assistance and emergency programs. MMHA collaborates with several local agencies including the
Medina County ADAMH Board, the Hope and Healing Survivor Resource Center, Medina County Job & Family Services, the Medina County Board of Developmental
Disabilities, The Society, and many others.
Medina County Health Department Awarded $50,000 in Program Funding
Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority and Medina County Health Department have agreed to partner together to provide services targeted towards infant mortality prevention.
As part of a recent grant awarded to the Housing Authority for the construction of Santee Landing, a new affordable housing community in Wadsworth, the Health Department will receive $50,000 for long-term program funding.
"Infant mortality, the death of a baby before his or her first birthday, is an important indicator of the overall health of a community and a long-standing concern of public health,” Medina County Health Commissioner Krista Wasowski said in a statement. "Funding from this project will help support our efforts of providing valuable services that promote the health and well-being of families in the Wadsworth area.”
Santee Landing Apartments is an affordable housing community under construction at 455 Seville Road, Wadsworth.
The Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority is accepting applications through the Housing Authority website or by requesting an application from the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority, 850 Walter Road, Medina, OH 44256.
Skip Sipos, right, Executive Director of the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority, presents a $50,000 check to Medina County Health Director, Krista Wasowski.
Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program Waiting List
Because there were over 1,500 families on the waiting list, the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority has closed its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program waiting list as of September 21, 2017.
Property Waiting Lists
Due to the length of some of the property waiting lists, the Housing Authority has implemented the following:
- Home Place: waiting list closed
- Jefferson Place: waiting list closed
- Southwick Place: waiting list closed
- Wadsworth Villas: waiting list closed
- North View Manor: waiting list closed
- Manhattan Place: waiting list closed
Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority Planning New Apartment Community - Santee Landing
The Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority is planning a new apartment community named
Santee Landing to be located at 455 Seville Road in Wadsworth, Ohio. It will be a 45-unit
apartment building for low-income households. This will be the Authority’s fourth residential
facility in Wadsworth.
Development costs for Santee Landing will be slightly over $10,000,000. Funding includes
Affordable Housing Tax Credits from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency as well as other
The building will consist of five one-bedroom units, 35 two-bedroom units, and five threebedroom units ranging between 650 square feet and 1,118 square feet. Several units will be
constructed to accommodate persons with mobility and sensory impairments. Rent is priced
between $400 and $899 a month and tenant paid utility costs range from $67 to $103 per month.
The apartments will accept Housing Choice Vouchers, also known as Section 8, but the building
will not be reserved exclusively for the use of vouchers.
Ground-breaking of Santee Landing on its seven acres of vacant land has begun with an anticipated completion date of September 2021.
Applications are currently being accepted.
Southwick Place Renovations are Complete!
The Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority is excited to announce that renovations to the Southwick Place townhomes (50 units) have been completed resulting in
the creation of energy-efficient housing for residents, and providing a modern, updated, living environment.
- New roofing on all buildings
- New energy-efficient windows
- New furnaces and air conditioning units
- New kitchen and bath cabinetry and countertops
- New energy-efficient appliances
- New floor coverings and window treatments
- Replacement of sidewalks and street repairs
- Additional parking added