Planning & Community Development
Senior Housing Eligibility
A person is eligible to live at Washington Woods or Riverside Place:
If he or she is sixty-two (62) years of age in any income range, or he/she is 55 years of age
or older in any income range and there is no one over the age of 62 on the waiting list.
If, in the case of a family, one member is at least fifty-five (55) and
no family member is under the age of eighteen (18).
(c) All prospective local residents will receive a needs assessment to
determine what services, if any, will be needed to make living at Washington
Woods successful. The needs assessment will be conducted by a Registered Nurse, who
is our Health Services Coordinator. An assessment by an outside agency may be
required for out-of-town residents.
New residents are encouraged to obtain a recent physical screening
completed by their medical care provider.
A tuberculosis test is required prior to moving in to Washington Woods or
Placement on the waiting list is according to
application date. Applicants 62 years and over have preference on the list.
There are no maximum or minimum income levels. Residents represent a broad
range of incomes. Please see rent information for details.