The Camilla Housing Authority is seeking a qualified property manager.Camilla-Property-Manager
The Housing Authority of the City of LaGrange, GA are seeking proposals from qualified firms to facilitate the construction of 12 House and 4 Duplexes. For a total of 20(twenty) single family homes. (4; 3 bedrooms, 8; 2 bedrooms,1;2-bedroom duplex, 3; 3 bedrooms duplexes).
Bid packages re available by email firstname.lastname@example.org , or Pick-up at office 201 Chatham Street, LaGrange, GA. 30240
All Bids are due by November 1, 2022
The 2022 Resident Leadership Conference deadline is fast approaching! The conference is September 29 - October 1, 2022 in Athens, Georgia at the Classic Center!
Each Housing Authority is asked to provide (3) door prizes- $10 minimum cost per prize.2022-RLC-Registration-Packet
The 2022 GAHRA Youth Leadership Conference is almost here. All the information you need is contained below to get your youth leaders registered for this amazing opportunity.2022-YLC-Registration-Packet-Revised-4-28-2022
Georgia’s Department of Community Affairs has launched a Public Housing Authority survey to identify affordable housing needs across the state. GAHRA is partnering with DCA and Georgia Housing and Finance Authority to conduct a statewide inventory of all public housing authorities. DCA and HFA are preparing a Housing Needs Assessment and have expressed their interest in learning about the affordable housing needs for PHAs across the state. Based on the survey responses, DCA and HFA will evaluate their current policies, programs and funding resources to determine how they might better assist PHAs in preserving and developing affordable housing for many of Georgia’s lowest income residents. Click here to access the survey: Safe & Affordable Housing | Georgia Department of Community Affairs (ga.gov)
GAHRA will host DCA at its December 16th meeting where a second presentation on how to complete the Excel-based survey will be made. If you have an opportunity to start completing the survey before then and find you have questions, plan to join us for that meeting. DCA’s consultants can answer all your questions and help you on your way to completing the survey. GAHRA has also posted a recording of its November 18th meeting that includes a walk-through of the survey. You may find viewing that recording helpful before and while you’re completing the survey. For those who participated in that meeting, one new feature was added. After selecting the name of your PHA, you are asked to indicate the county in which you are located. (And the few glitches have been corrected!)
GAHRA’s goal is to achieve a 100% response rate to ensure that DCA has a complete profile of all Georgia’s PHAs and a clear understanding of our funding needs to best serve our lowest income residents.
If you need assistance, you can email Christopher Dunne at email@example.com, one of the consultants working with DCA.