Frederic Housing Authority
The purpose of the Frederic Village Housing Authority is to promote adequate and affordable housing, with a suitable and appropriate housing environment for the elderly and the disabled.
There are currently a total of 53 units in our two apartment buildings- 21 in the Sunrise Apartments and 32 in the Golden Oaks Apartments. Currently, all units are occupied; however, vacancies occur from time to time. Please contact Kim Harvey for information on current availability or other questions.
The Frederic Housing Authority was organized on March 22, 1967, with Audrey Carlson as the initial Executive Director. The commissioners appointed were Charles Anderson (chair), Fred Dahlberg, Jens Fossum, La Verne Olson, and John Stoll.
100 Lake St. S.
Frederic, WI 54837
The Sunrise Apartment building was first opened for occupancy in 1970. The building has 21 apartments on two floors, which are all single-bedroom units.
The building is located across from Coon Lake on the east side of the village of Frederic. It is about 5 blocks from the post office. It is within 4 blocks of a supermarket and public library, which has computers for public use, a medical clinic, dentist, pharmacy, and optometrist.
The building houses a room for social gatherings and activities, which can be supplemented by an expanded first floor hallway. There is a smaller room with some equipment for exercising and a small storage area for tenants.
GOLDEN OAKS APARTMENTS
104 3rd Ave. S.
Frederic, WI 54837
The Golden Oaks Apartment building was first opened for occupancy in 1982. The building has 32 apartments on two floors. There are 28 one-bedroom apartments and four two-bedroom apartments.
The building is located near the west end of the village of Frederic and is about 4 blocks from the post office. It is within 5 blocks from a supermarket and public library, which has computers for public use, a medical clinic, and a pharmacy. A dentist and optometrist are within 6 blocks.
The building houses a large room for social gatherings and activities, a smaller room with some equipment for exercising, a small storage area for tenants, and the office of the Director of the Authority
Floor Plans and Rent Calculations
The layout of the apartments is not the same for both buildings. These floor plans show the layout in general terms.
Rent, including utilities, is calculated using a government formula, which establishes need. Briefly, the formula requires a total maximum family income not to exceed the income limits – minus enumerated, recurring medical expenses – for Polk County, Wisconsin.