About the Chattanooga Housing Authority
The Chattanooga Housing Authority (CHA) opened our doors in 1938 to provide public housing and urban development programs to residents in Chattanooga and Hamilton County.
Our organization has a seven-member Board of Commissioners. Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor of Chattanooga and are appointed to five-year terms. The Executive Director of the CHA serves as Secretary to the Board and is responsible for our agency.
We employ approximately 140 employees.
There are twelve active Resident Associations as well as a Citywide Resident Association. Individual site leaders serve as members of our Resident Advisory Board and are very helpful in providing valuable input to our agency.
Our major initiatives focus on family independence and home ownership. We have 40 partner agencies that provide resident services on and off-site. In addition, we are planning and pursuing tax credit development programs, long term strategic planning, updating units, energy conservation, and a premier housing initiative for those we serve.
Our agency provides approximately 3,568 Housing Choice Vouchers with housing and utility assistance that approach $15.4 million each year.
We have a proud history of providing almost $100,000,000 in urban renewal/ redevelopment projects. Under state law, our agency is authorized to carry out public-purpose acquisition projects for the City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County, as requested.
Meeting of the Board of Commissioners
The CHA Board Meets:
Last Tuesday of the Month
CHA Board Room
HCVP Waiting List will reopen for 24 hours on 1-15-2020 from 12:00AM till 11:59PM.