Active Notices

The Augusta Housing Authority will accept applications for Freedom’s Path I and II by contacting Freedom’s Path at 762-233-9878 and completing an online application at Click here to apply. effective Thursday, February 8, 2018.  Online applications will be accepted starting Thursday, February 8, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. The waiting list for Freedom’s Path I and II will remain …


Here are links to GAHRA and NAHRO.

A Big AHA Welcome

  Commissioner Donald Hill: Newly appointed   Resident Commissioner Resides in Peabody Apartments Activity in the Resident Association Former Caddy at Augusta Nationals

A Warm Farewell

Former Commissioner Mary Fallen: A life-long resident of  Oak Pointe Apartments  First Resident Commissioner,  serving in that capacity for 20 years Actively involved in her neighborhood Recognized and presented a plaque at May’s Board of Commissioner Meeting

2019 Scholarship Winners

Adult Scholarship:    Vanessa Yvette Williams  ($1,000.00 award) Formerly homeless, is now a three-year resident of Peabody Apartments Sixty-one-year-old mother of 4 (one deceased), grandmother of 11, great grandmother of 5 Overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds, refusing to give up or give in, she continues to preserve in gaining back control of her life Describes herself as …

Can I receive housing if I don’t have children?

All household sizes can apply for housing, which includes single household applicants.

If my name comes to the top of the waiting list – can I be sure I’ll get housing assistance?

Once your name comes to the top of the waiting list, AHA staff will review the following checklist to determine eligibility. Currently owes the Augusta Housing Authority money Determination of criminal background check Evicted from Public Housing If the answer to any of the above show a negative history of eviction or criminal activity, or …

I need housing immediately, can you help me?

The Augusta Housing Authority does not provide emergency housing. Action Ministries of Augusta, Equal Opportunity Authority, Interfaith Hospitality Network. Salvation Army or Beulah Grove Resource Center are all good places to start looking for crisis assistance. Also, the United Way of the CSRA has a 211 telephone number that can put you in contact with …

Can I have pets in public housing?

Yes, you can have a pet that fits within AHA regulations. The regulations require a $300 pet deposit and set some limits on the type and size of the pet.