Ozark Meadows II Senior Apartments
Hours: Monday - Fri, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Ozark Meadows II, a housing complex with twenty energy-efficient apartments developed for senior citizens, includes a number of units specifically designed for seniors with mobility, hearing, or visual impairments. Each apartment has central heat and air conditioning and is equipped with a range, a frost-free refrigerator, washer/dryer hook-ups and an emergency signaling device. The complex also includes a community building which houses a multipurpose room, laundry facilities and a manager's office. To reach the complex, turn north on Hailey Street off of Highway 62 E. Travel approximately 3/4 of a mile and turn left onto Jessica Street then right onto Clive Street. Turn left into the apartment complex. The new addition to the complex is an outside pavilion.
Rent for qualified applicants is subsidized with HUD funds. To qualify, the head of household must be 62 years old or older. The household must have an annual income of no more than $19,150 for one person or $21,900 for two people. Rent is based on adjusted income with preference given to extremely low-income seniors. Applications may be completed online. Additional information regarding apartment rental and applications may be obtained by contacting the housing manager at (870) 423-2156 or by email. You may also contact the Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Arkansas at (870) 741-1144, toll-free at (800) 432-9721, or TDD at (870) 741-1346.
Ozark Meadows II does not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, our federally assisted programs and activities. If you are disabled and would like to request an accommodation or if you have difficulty understanding English, please request our assistance and we will ensure that you are provided with meaningful access based on your individual needs. Federal civil rights laws addressing fair housing prohibit discrimination against applicants or tenants based on one or more of the following classifications: race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identification, disability, religion, and familial status.