North AR Senior Housing of Gravette

North AR Senior Housing of Gravette
700 Irving Street SW
Property Contact:
Rusty Stevens
Office Phone:
(479) 344-6039

Additional Info:

Click here to download an application for housing. 

Click here to download the waiting list policy.

Click here to download the HUD 92006 form. 

Click here to download the Tenant Selection policy.

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm; Friday – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

North Arkansas Senior Housing of Gravette, formerly known as Gravette Senior Citizens Housing, a housing development with 20 apartments, is available in Gravette, Arkansas, for low-income seniors. Designed with seniors in mind, the complex is located near the Billy V. Hall Senior Activity Center and the hospital. The complex features one-bedroom, energy-efficient apartments complete with range, refrigerator, disposal, emergency-signaling device, and grab bars in the bathroom. A community building houses a club room and laundry facilities for use by residents. The newest addition to the complex is a safe room for residents and neighbors within 5 minutes of the site. Arkansas Department of Emergency Management with contributions from Area Agency on Aging funded the new safe room.

The complex was recently granted an age waiver and income waiver. At the present time, the head of household can be 55 years of age or older and have an annual gross income of no more than $41,250 for one person and $47,150 for two people. Applications may be completed online. Additional information regarding apartment rental and applications may be obtained by calling the housing manager (479) 344-6039 during the office hours listed above or by email. You may also call the Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Arkansas at (479) 736-2421; toll free at (800) 432-9721 or TDD at (870) 741-1346.

North Arkansas Senior Housing of Gravette 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.