Chapter 3

300       Residency


Households must be living in the project areas in which they file applications for participation.


No individual may participate as a member of more than one household or in more than one project area in any month; unless an individual is a resident of a shelter for battered individuals and children as defined in Section 1106, and was a member of a household containing the person who abused him or her.


The county department shall not impose any durational residency requirements.


1.     The county department shall not require an otherwise eligible household to reside in a permanent dwelling or have a fixed mailing address as a condition of eligibility.


2.     Residency does not require an intent to reside permanently in the state or project area.


Persons in a project area solely for vacation purposes shall not be considered residents.