Housing Authority

The Housing Authority’s Housing Choice Voucher Wait List is Closed.

The Housing Authority's Public Housing Wait List is Closed.

For general inquiries, please e-mail:  hapgcrad@co.pg.md.us

If you are checking on the status of your Housing Choice Voucher application, please e-mail the Rental Assistance Division at:  waitliststatus@co.pg.md.us

The Housing Authority of Prince George's County (HAPGC) is open to the public by appointment only. 

If you have a voucher or are a current landlord with HAPGC you can schedule an appointment online with your rental specialistYou can also schedule an appointment with HAPGC by calling us at 301-883-5501 or emailing HAPGCAppt@co.pg.md.us

Rental Assistance Services

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:

Branches

HAPGC is composed of three branches:

  • Financial and Administrative Services
  • Housing Assistance Division
  • Rental Assistance Division

Read more about How the Housing Authority Operates.

Adoption of Available HUD Waivers

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued NOTICE PIH 2020-33 on November 30, 2020. This notice remains in effect until amended, superseded or rescinded. Pursuant to the authority provided under the CARES Act, HUD is waiving and establishing alternative requirements for numerous statutory and regulatory requirements for the Public Housing program and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program. These waivers provide administrative flexibilities and relief to the Housing Authority of Prince George’s County(HAPGC) in response to the COVID-19 national emergency.

ATTENTION COUNTY LANDLORDS

Council Bill 16-2020 was enacted to prevent causing further hardship to tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please review this information, in addition to the law itself, to understand how CB-16-2020 may impact you.  

Landlord-Tenant Code Prohibition of Rent Increases, Rental Terminations and Late Fees During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis