Welcome to HACA

As a High Performing Housing Authority that assists over 6,000 Asheville residents, the Housing Authority of the City of Asheville (HACA) owns and operates 1,500 units of conventional public housing in 10 developments throughout Asheville. HACA also manages the Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) that provides rental vouchers for more than 1,350 units of housing in the private market.

*The Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) Program waitlist is not open and will not accept applications until further notice*

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2014 Board Schedule

Click the link for the 2014 Board Meeting Schedule.  The Board of Directors meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6pm.  The location rotates among the development community rooms.

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Reid Center Renovation on track

Reid Center construction on track for completion in Summer of 2014

By Serena Shah-Green Opportunities In W.C. Reid Center

Construction on the center is moving along on schedule with nearly all of the new mechanical systems roughed in. Outside new curbs and sidewalks are being installed around the building along with two separate rainwater retention cisterns and rain gardens all designed to reuse and reduce rainwater runoff. On the inside of the center the new elevator shaft is taking  shape near the north entrance.  All the new interior door frames are now onsite and being installed.  The front clearstory has elevated the south interior entrance by nearly 18 feet and created a bright and welcoming space.

 

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Nine young Housing Authority residents enjoy a day of fishing with the Asheville Police Department Housing Team. Thanks to APD, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart for supporting this event!

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Resident Comments regarding RAD conversion

Our board would like the public to have access to the resident comments relating to the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion HACA is applying for through Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Click the link: Resident Comments Regarding RAD Conversion

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