The Le Moyne Gardens Apartments has a 98% Occupancy Rate and Offers the following:

  • 200 units on property to assist low-income families
  • 1, 2, & 3 Bedroom units
  • Row housing
  • On site Management & Maintenance team
  • On site Education Coordinator
  • Cluster Mailboxes
  • Front & Back yard
  • Late Night Security Service
  • NINOS Head Start Program
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • The Family Learning Center Program (after school tutoring)
  • FLC Summer Program for 6 weeks
  • Little Free Library book exchange
  • In-House Police Officers
  • Organic Vegetable Garden
  • New Playground
  • New Pavilion
  • Active Tenant Association
  • Student Bus Stop / City Bus Stop

Le Moyne Gardens Apts PHOTOS


Deposits are $200.00 (1-bdrm) per apartment. This amount can increase to one month’s rent depending upon credit scoring and are fully refundable based on lease contract guidelines.


In order to be accepted as a resident, each applicant must provide third party verification for required information in each of the categories listed below Failure to meet eligibility requirements in anyone or more of these categories will result in rejection of the application.

  • Household Composition – Definition of household composition: As listed on the application, the first or primary applicant. If only one person is applying, that person will be the head of household. Definition of co-head: the second application listed on the application.
  • Income: Section 8 applicants are welcome. For affordable housing units, the household income must be with the maximum allowed income range as specified by Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) as applicable. The following is the maximum allowable income per household , by number of occupants.


NOTE: Cameron County is part of the Brownsville-Harlingen, TX MSA, so all information presented here applies to all of the Brownsville-Harlingen, TX MSA.
The Brownsville-Harlingen, TX MSA contains the following areas: Cameron County, TX;
* The FY 2014 Consolidated Appropriations Act changed the definition of extremely low-income to be the greater of 30/50ths {60 percent) of the Section 8 very low-income limit or the poverty guideline as established by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS}. provided that this amount is not greater than the Section 8 50% very low-Income limit. Consequently, the extremely low Income limits may equal the very low (50%) income limits.
Income Limit areas are based on FY 2018 Fair Market Rent (FMR) areas. For information on PMRs, please see our associated FY 2018 Fair Market Rent documentation system.


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