Welcome to the Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County…

We are located in central Maryland just south of Baltimore and east of Washington, DC on the banks of the beautiful Chesapeake Bay! The Commission is dedicated to strengthening communities and improving the lives of Anne Arundel County citizens focusing on the ownership, management, sustainability and preservation of affordable housing.   Established in 1968, the Housing Commission is proud to have offered 50 years of affordable housing and related services to low and moderate income citizens of Anne Arundel County. The agency currently provides assistance to nearly 3,000 families throughout the county in effort to fulfill our mission to provide quality housing choices and affordable communities.
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Celebration of Meade Village Redevelopment and Construction Completion

State and local officials celebrated the completion of the Meade Village (soon to be Heritage at Severn) construction of new units and renovation of the community. The redevelopment was achieved through collaboration and partnerships with The Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County (HCAAC).

Invited speakers at the event include Clifton C. Martin, III, CEO, HCAAC; Michael Hale, Director of Modernization, HCAAC; Steuart Pittman, County Executive, Anne Arundel County; Danny Boyd, Chairman, Board of Commissioners, HCAAC.

Meade Village adds 24 affordable apartments serving low income individuals and families. The development includes new two and three-bedroom apartments in two new garden style buildings. In addition, 10% of the units in the community are now accessible and reserved for persons with disabilities.

“As part of our ongoing vision and mission, the Board of Commissioners, staff and partners are excited to complete the conversion of this community. This community is no longer public housing and now serves a vibrant array of families at varying income levels. Adding twenty-four new units is incredibly important, but nowhere near enough to satisfy the demand for housing that people can afford. Our agency has over 25,000 families on our waiting lists for housing services.” Clifton C. Martin, III, CEO, HCAAC.

The community also includes an approximately 5,000 square foot community building with a management office, leasing office, maintenance space and community services. The community building includes separate, dedicated space for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Anne Arundel County, and an on-site Head Start Center, which provides learning and enrichment activities to benefit children in the community. The community is certified under the National Green Building Standard and Energy Star for New Homes and includes a new playground and green space for enjoyment by residents. The project was funded through 4% Low Income Housing Tax Credits from the State of Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, syndicated by Royal Bank of Canada and BB&T, and HOME funds from Arundel Community Development Services.

About the Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County The Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County (HCAAC) has a 50-year background in providing quality affordable housing and related services to Anne Arundel County families. The Housing Commission is a local public agency that provides safe, decent, and quality affordable housing and supportive services to eligible persons with limited incomes, through a variety of federal, state, local, and private resources. HCAAC does much more than handle the day-to-day demands of providing affordable housing solutions to families, senior citizens, and the disabled. The HCAAC strives to provide solutions to our community’s increasing affordable housing dilemma and turn them into reality. We are driven to assist low-income families with finding comfortable, opportunity focused, affordable housing as they strive to achieve self-sufficiency and improve the quality of their lives.

 

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EFFECTIVE January  1, 2022

Face masks are mandatory for all visitors to HCAAC offices

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM

RESOURCE CENTER HOURS:

Tuesday – 12 Noon – 4 PM
Wednesday – 8 AM – 12 Noon
Thursday – 12 Noon – 4 PM
 

Main Contact Information – 410-222-6200 OR hcaac@hcaac.org

 

Please note that all offices will be CLOSED on the following dates:

January 17, 2022 · February 21, 2022 · May 30, 2022 · June 20, 2022

July 4, 2022 · September 5, 2022 · November 11, 2022

November 24 & 25, 2022 · December 23, 2022 through January 2, 2023

 

HCAAC NEWS

    • HOUSING COMMISSION ADDS NEWEST COMMUNITY! In March the agency purchased the Doll Apartments in Glen Burnie to be used as transitional, opportunity housing for persons and families needing assistance to end homelessness. The 16 apartments will be renovated and updated in late 2022. There will be an onsite case management center to assist these families with independence.
    • ****NOTICE OF BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING***** The Board of Commissioners will convene a regular meeting on Monday, June 27, 2022 at 11 AM. This will be a virtual meeting. PLEASE NOTE: THERE WILL BE A CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THIS MEETING TO REVIEW A PERSONNEL MATTER. The draft agenda is here —–> BOARD MEETING AGENDA06-22
      ZOOM MEETING LINK:
      https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87551777596?pwd=VDR6RnU5SWp0K3l3YmFKZFpwUkEvQT09
      Meeting ID: 875 5177 7596
      Passcode: 401519
    • ->HOUSING COMMISSION RECEIVES 2022 HUD AWARD for the FAMILY SELF SUFFICIENCY program! This program will receive over $280 yeah,000 for staff salaries to assist families with their educational, vocational and homeownership opportunities
    • ->The Housing Commission receives HIGH PERFORMER AWARD for FY 2014 through 2019 under HUD’s Section Eight Management Assessment Program! Congratulations to the staff, owners and program recipients!