Providence Place is a non-smoking community. This community is now open and taking applications.
Providence Place is a three-story apartment community specifically designed for older adults who are at least 62 years of age. There are 66 one-bedroom units, five of those units are handicap accessible designed to benefit the mobility, hearing, and visually impaired.
The community is ideally located in close proximity to restaurants, retail business, churches, medical and dental offices, and public transportation.
Providence Place features a community room with a party kitchen to be used by the residents for a variety of social, educational, and recreational activities. The entry lobby and sitting/library provide a friendly environment for the residents to socialize.
There is a computer room set up with computers for the residents to use. A crafts room that can accommodate wet and dry crafts. There is also a laundry room equipped with coin-operated washers and dryers and folding tables enabling the residents to do their laundry on site.
The management offices are located on site for ease of communication for the residents. There are supportive maintenance areas dedicated to the continued maintenance and operation of the community. There are trash collection rooms/chutes on each floor.
The community is maintained with a “key fob” front entry system for the residents and an intercom system for the resident’s guests and family. There is also a camera system throughout the community that can be recorded and readily viewed by the manager, affording additional security for the community and its residents.
Each resident’s unit is accessed through interior corridors. The typical unit design provides 1 bedroom, kitchen with a pass-through counter, refrigerator, range, and vent; a living room/dining area; and a bathroom equipped with safety rails.
The mobility impaired, accessible units have roll-in showers for ease of access for those residents in wheelchairs. They also have appropriate appliances, counter and sinks, and turning radius to meet the special needs of the mobility impaired.
Providence Place: Transportation is available through Cherry Lift and the Red Line for shopping and doctor’s appointments. Call for a pick up at 503-315-5544.
One Bedroom Apartments Include:
- Bathroom with Safety Features
- Full Kitchen
- Utility Allowance
- Smoke Detectors
- Individually Controlled Heating
- Window Treatments
Building Amenities Include:
- On-Site Laundry Room
- Individual Indoor Mailboxes
- Entry Access System
- Community Room with Kitchen
- Computer Room with Internet Access
- Craft Room
- Convenient to Public Transportation
- On-Site Management Staff
- On-Site Maintenance Staff
- Service Coordinator on Staff
We hope this section helps answer a few of the questions you may have. If you have questions not covered in this section, or if you would like more information, please call Providence Place at 503-363-9640. We look forward to hearing from you!
What type of housing is Providence Place? Is it low-income housing?
Providence Place is a subsidized housing community for seniors over the age of 62 only with 4 modified apartments for people with mobility impairments and 2 for the deaf and hard of hearing. The term “subsidized housing” means that a resident of the community pays approximately 30% of their adjusted gross income as rent and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) pays the remaining 70% up to the total contract rent on behalf of the resident in the form of assistance payments. Apartments at Providence Place are all One Bedroom apartments.
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.
I only get Social Security as income, do I qualify to live in your apartment building?
The income limits for Providence Place as of FY 2015 are:
One Person Household: $20,050 annually
Two Person Household: $22,900 annually
(For current information about the income restrictions call 503-363-9640)
The above amounts are the maximum you are allowed to make per year to qualify to live at Providence Place.
Is there a lease?
Yes. The first term of the lease is 12 months. After that initial period, the lease converts to a month to month term.
How many apartments are there?
Providence Place has 66 apartments.
How do I get started with the move in process?
Contact Providence Place at 503-363-9640 to obtain an application. The friendly staff will guide you through the application process.
Is there a waiting list for residency?
Yes. However, the waiting time is currently very short. Everyone that is interested in applying for an apartment at Providence is strongly encouraged to start the application process by calling 503-363-9640.
Do you allow pets?
Providence Place welcomes you to bring your pets along with you. 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 pet per household (cat or dog) with a certain size, weight and breed restrictions.
What is the Pet Deposit?
At Providence Place, the pet deposit is $150.00. A $50.00 initial payment is accepted and a minimum of $10.00 thereafter until the deposit is paid in full.
Is there additional storage space available?
There is no additional onsite storage available. Each one bedroom apartment at Providence Place is equipped with many cabinets in the kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom.
Is there an elevator?
Yes. Providence Place is three stories. We have two elevators. One is considered a freight elevator to assist you with moving in.
Are there on-site laundry facilities?
Providence Place offers coin-operated laundry facilities on each floor.
3524 Fisher Road
Salem, OR 97305