Housing and Community Development
The Department of Housing and Community Development is comprised of
three governmental agencies: The Department of Housing and Community
Development, the Housing Authority and the Redevelopment Authority. The
Mission of the Prince George's County Department of Housing and
Community Development is to expand access to a broad range of quality
housing, and to create safe, well planned, attractive residential
communities which enable families to become stable and self-sufficient.
This mission is achieved through the daily operations, management and
implementation of the programs described within this site.
The Housing Authority of Prince George’s County, Maryland (“HAPGC”)
is a semi-autonomous governmental agency charged with the provision of
housing assistance services via the Housing Choice Voucher Program,
Moderate Rehabilitation Program, Rental Allowance Program and
County-owned public housing. HAPGC is composed of three branches: the
Housing Assistance Division, Rental Assistance Division and Financial
and Administrative Services.
The Redevelopment Authority develops, redevelops, revitalizes and
preserves targeted communities with an emphasis on communities within
the Beltway in support of the County Executive’s priorities of community
development, transit-oriented development, and affordable housing.