Did you know the Housing Authority owns and manages 392 units of public and assisted housing in Prince George’s County. There are 376 public housing units, of which 296 units are for the elderly and disabled, and 80 are family units?
The Rental Allowance Program (RAP) provides fixed monthly rental assistance payments to eligible lower income homeless persons and households with critical and emergency housing needs. Learn more today!
Due to Federal budget cuts, the Housing Authority must make a number of cost savings measures and program adjustments.
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. Read more about How the Housing Authority Operates.