Housing Authority of Baltimore City
By The numbers
Public Housing Units 7341
Total Units 28006
11.14.23 Members Making News
Housing Authority of Baltimore City & Coppin State University Launch Maryland’s First Housing Program for Low-Income Students
From the Housing Authority of Baltimore City's press release: The Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) and Coppin State University (CSU) today launched the Student Housing Initiative, a first-of-its-kind program in Maryland to provide low-income college students with vouchers to live in...
4.11.23 CLPHA Member Update, Awards/Grants
Congratulations to CLPHA Housing Authority Members Baltimore, Cuyahoga, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Norfolk on Receiving CNI Supplemental Grants
HUD Opens Applications for New $10 Million for Choice Neighborhoods Planning Efforts HUD announced on Tuesday more than $98 million in “Supplemental Grant” awards for Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grantees...
3.29.23 Members Making News
15 CLPHA Members Receive FCC Grants Totaling Over $4 Million to Help Advance Digital Equity in Their Communities
CLPHA is pleased to announce that 15 of our members received a combined more than $4 million in grants from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that will help bridge the digital divide for their communities! Earlier this month, the FCC announced funding...
1.10.23 Members Making News
Baltimore City housing program helped nearly 1,700 low-income families find new homes in 2022 (Housing Authority of Baltimore City)
From CBS Baltimore: The Housing Authority of Baltimore City said it helped nearly 1,700 residents find new homes this year through the Housing Choice Voucher Program. That's a 30 percent increase from 2021, according to Baltimore City. There are more than 13,000 residents currently enrolled in...
1.6.23 CLPHA Member Update, Members Making News
CLPHA Members Receive One-Fourth of All Awards HUD announced the award of $24.7 million to 98 PHAs for providing non-elderly persons with disabilities with permanent affordable housing. The assistance will be provided through the Section 811 Mainstream Housing Choice Voucher Program, and...
12.6.22 CLPHA Member Update, Members Making News
HUD has awarded $30 million in funding to hire and maintain Service Coordinators who will assess the needs of residents of conventional Public Housing and assist in coordinating community resources. The ROSS-SC awards will go to 111 Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) among other entities to...
10.26.22 Members Making News
McCormack Baron Salazar Closes on Financing for Phase I of Perkins Apartments Redevelopment in Baltimore
From McCormick Baron Salazar's press release: Construction has begun on Phase I of the redevelopment of the Perkins Homes in East Baltimore with the closing of financing by lead housing developer McCormack Baron Salazar. Phase I includes 103 mixed-income apartment units in one four-story...
10.5.22 CLPHA Member Update, Members Making News
HUD has awarded $10.4 million to PHAs for capital improvements in public housing developments that will enhance safety and security for residents. These funds are being awarded through HUD’s Capital Fund Emergency Safety and Security Program, and they support the Biden-Harris Administration’s...
5.4.22 CLPHA Member Update
CLPHA is pleased to announce that during its April 2022 board meeting, four new public housing authority (PHA) executive directors were appointed to CLPHA’s board: Janet Abrahams, President & CEO, Housing Authority of Baltimore City Vivian Brady-Phillips, Executive Director, Jersey City...
12.2.21 Members Making News
Build Back Better Funds Will Improve Living Conditions for 13,550 Residents and Expand Housing Opportunities for Up to 12,400 Households in Baltimore
Editor’s Note: This article is the first in a series on how Build Back Better Act funds will help public housing authorities better serve their residents and communities. For the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC), the Build Back Better Act (BBB), which passed the House of Representatives...
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The Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) has the responsibility to safeguard the health of all employees and their families, our customers and visitors, our residents, and the community at large. With this, all new employees are required to receive at least one COVID-19 vaccination shot in a...
Posted on 8.25.22