The Housing Authority of the City of Lubbock was established in 1941, empowered with the responsibility and authority to maintain the Public Housing Program for the City of Lubbock, Texas. The Section 8 Program was created by the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. Our mission is to provide affordable and accessible housing to the residents of Lubbock.
The City of Lubbock has the authority to monitor the Housing Authority’s activities and operation through the appointment of a five-member commissioner’s board. This board is appointed by the mayor. The Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Lubbock consists of five members, including one resident, who are appointed to staggered two-year terms.
The Lubbock Housing Authority staff members are not city employees. Their income and employment are supported through the federal funding of the housing authority programs and rents collected.
The Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Lubbock meets at noon on the second Thursday of each month. The agenda will be posted at the Lubbock County Courthouse, Lubbock City Hall and at the Housing Authority office. The Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority are:
The Housing Authority of the City of Lubbock has been empowered to provide affordable housing solutions to residents of the city of Lubbock. There is a high demand for affordable housing across the region; our mission is to make it as easy as possible for people to access affordable housing solutions, applications, and information. In order to apply for affordable housing, please visit our programs page to learn more or our application page. We have a waitlist in order to ensure that we are able to help as many individuals and families as possible.
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The Housing Authority of the City of Lubbock offers Affordable Housing Assistance to all that qualify.