Spring Meadows Apartments
Springdale, AR - 72764


Spring Meadows Apartments

1800 Carley Rd
Springdale, AR - 72764

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Spring Meadows Apartments is a HUD Apartment. HUD residents usually pay 30% of their gross income for rent. The rent amount, less approved HUD deductions such as medical and child care expenses, and other allowances, includes a utility allowance. HUD Residents also may choose to pay what is known as flat rent. The HACC works with applicants to determine which rent arrangement is best for them. Spring Meadows Apartments is a senior low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact Spring Meadows Apartments for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

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Type: One Bedroom Available
Type: Two Bedroom Available

  • Reply User   2019-08-04 20:33:03

    I am looking to find out if any of these places, especially the spring meadows apartments , if there are amenities that are available to all residents living there and what those amenities are. I also would like to know if there are any bus stops there at spring meadows that can accommodate the elderly and people whom cannot drive, if they are able to get to places they'd like to go easily or if the bus strictly takes them to only certain places? I'm wondering if there is any media/business room where tenants can use computers (provided by spring meadows) or if there is free wifi for the entire complex and the tenants whom live there. Are there organized activities or any kind for the tenants so they can have a sense of community and the opportunity to learn whom their neighbors are and whom lives there in general? Finally, i am wondering if there is a way that tenants whom have lived there for some time, have proven to be good customers and neighbors, people whom take care of their homes and outside them..... If this is the case could there be something done so that those whom have proved to be wonderful, responsible and clean individuals; if these people could have the $300 pet deposit waved or something else done so that some tenants whom have proven they can be trusted to keep things in order can have the opportunity to adopt a companion animal. I'm not meaning a big dog breed, i'm meaning small to medium size dogs or cats and for the tenants that have proved worthy could have one companion pet, no more than one per unit/person. If the tenant is found to not be abiding by the rules then there could be a fine and removal of the pet. I write this because i have become friends with someone who lives in this place and she's the cleanest, friendliest person and terribly lonely, she'd like a companion dog but said she can't afford the $300 fee. I feel like there is some solution that could allow her to have her pet and not need to pay a fee, something she just cannot do. There are many elderly folks, women, whom live there alone and are lonely and understandably skittish at night when they are alone in a dark apt. At night and hear a noise. These women and others too, they would benefit greatly if given the opportunity to have a small companion to live with. These men and women take pride in their homes they've made there and most are on fixed incomes and cannot afford the $300 fee. I'm begging you to please do away with this fee and if someone has a dog or cat that wasn't behaved or cleaned after, etc. Then fine them and maybe even evict if they really have not respected your apartments. Loneliness is a huge problem and not just for the older folks. No matter your age, loneliness can affect us all in profound ways. I feel if you could find it in your heart to waive the upfront fee, a fee that should be charged for someone who didn't respect the rules, i truly believe that letting those who would like to have a small companion with them will continue to take pride in their homes, they will be responsible owners of their pets, and their lives be so much more enriched and bring them happiness that they deserve. I also think that if there's no wifi provided then a business center would be a way to compensate. And i think too if there's a common area or lounge where the tenants could hang out at, use for all sorts of things, just simple activities to get people mingling and learning about the people, their community there at your apartments, this would be a great opportunity for the tenants and the people that run the apartments, including repairmen, grounds keepers, etc. If there was space to make a community garden that would be a great way of people getting outside, having a purpose, and learning from others and befriending others. I really hope that this is read and given some thought and i do hope to hear from you. Thanks for your time and patience. Best wishes to you and yours. God bless. Jennifer

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Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2019 - effective January 2019
Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,180 for each additional person.
1 $12,490
2 $16,910
3 $21,330
4 $25,750
5 $30,170
6 $34,590
7 $39,010
8 $43,430

*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.

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