If you feel you are being discriminated against by your Housing Provider due to any of the rules above.  

Grant reasonable accommodations for applicants and residents who have disabilities and need Service Animals.  The most common Discriminatory housing actions against Disabled persons requiring Service Animals.  Does your Housing Provider have any of the following rules?  

If you feel you are being discriminated against by your Housing Provider due to any of the rules above.  

  • Rules which Prohibit Service Animals because of a "NO PETS" POLICY
  • Rules which Prohibit Service Animals Because of their Breed
  • Rules which Prohibit Service Animals because of their WEIGHT or SIZE
  • Rules which require a PET DEPOSIT or PET FEE's (including PET RENT) for a Service Animal
  • Rules that Limit WHERE a Service Animal can have access on the property: Prohibiting Service animals from accessing common areas like a Fitness Center or the Pool Area


  • Rules which Prohibit Children and/or Advertisement for housing that states "No Children"
  • Rules which charge higher deposits or rent for families with children
  • Rules which limit families with children to only one part of the Complex
  • Rules denying houisng to families or evicting then becuase they have a child
  • Rules and procedures that unfairly target families with children (ie. Only one child per adult in the pool and you are a single parent of more than one child)


Follow certain rules when it comes to families with children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women; and, people securing custody of children under the age of 18.  

 Does your Housing Provider have any of the following rules?  

Grant reasonable accommodations for applicants and residents who have disabilities and need Service Animals.  The most common Discriminatory housing actions against Disabled persons requiring Service Animals.  Does your Housing Provider have any of the following rules?  

Common Discriminatory Practices


The Fair Housing Act requires that Housing Providers:


  • Rules which Prohibit Children and/or Advertisement for housing that states "No Children"
  • Rules which charge higher deposits or rent for families with children
  • Rules which limit families with children to only one part of the Complex
  • Rules denying houisng to families or evicting then becuase they have a child
  • Rules and procedures that unfairly target families with children (ie. Only one child per adult in the pool and you are a single parent of more than one child)


If you feel you are being discriminated against by your Housing Provider due to any of the rules above.