||...(better known as Augusta Housing
Authority or AHA) is located in Augusta-Richmond County,
Georgia. AHA was created in 1937 to provide safe, sanitary
housing for low income families. Olmsted Homes was the first
public housing development constructed in Georgia under the
Housing Act of 1937.
Today, the Augusta Housing Authority is the
second largest Public Housing Authority in the State of Georgia
and helps to provide housing for about 15,309 individuals
(number as of 8 October 2013). This is accomplished through the
agency owned and operated 1,922 units of Conventional Public
Housing, 3,658 units of Section 8 tenant-based and project-based
and 135 Veteran Supportive Housing Vouchers.
Click here to view our Reasonable Accommodation Policy.
The waiting lists for the Conventional
Public Housing Program
and Section 8
Housing Choice Voucher Program are currently closed.
The waiting list for
is currently open.
Click here to
apply. "Hope House, Inc. is a residential treatment facility that serves
women 18 years and older who suffer from the disease of
substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Hope
House serves three populations of women: homeless single women,
pregnant women, and women with children, many who are seeking to
regain custody of their children."
The Augusta Housing Authority will accept updated
information from persons who have previously applied for the
Section 8, Moderate Rehabilitation, Project Based and
Conventinal as well as Elderly
Augusta Housing Authority will hold Regular Board Meetings open
to the public on the third Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. The
meetings will be held in the Board Room of the Augusta Housing
Authority’s Administrative Office building, located at 1435 Walton
Way, Augusta, Georgia.
Please, click the "ABOUT US"
or "BOARD" tabs for more information
or any changes.
If you are not in immediate need of
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For information on Housing, please call
If you have Portability questions, please
Star Smith at (706) 312-3116.
The Housing Authority does not
race, color, national origin, religion,
sex, disability and familial status in housing or employment.
Main Telephone Number: (706) 724-5466
TDD: (706) 724-0130
Click on our name below for directions to:
Housing Authority of the City of Augusta, Georgia
physical address: 1435 Walton Way, Augusta, Georgia 30901
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If you would like to
know about specific programs, please
not send your personal information (Birth Date, Social Security
to the email address listed above.
It does not go to an application specialist.