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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.
Boynton Terrace and Fairmount Resident RAD Meeting Notes from 4/13 Meeting
WESTSIDE COMMUNITY EVOLVES - Aired 2/25/2021
Overview of the Westside Evolves planning process including a historic look at the community, a summary of results from an extensive community survey and future outcomes of the planning process.
Main Office Address
Chattanooga Housing Authority
801N Holtzclaw Ave
Chattanooga, TN 37404
Public Safety Police Chief
Tele/Fax: (423) 752-4895
HCVP/Section 8 Director
Tele: (423) 752-4833
LIPH/Public Housing Director
Meeting of the Board of Commissioners
The CHA Board Meets:
Last Tuesday of the Month
CHA Board Room
Due to COVID-19 concerns all public hearings will be streamed on Facebook Live as well
The CHA desires to be proactive in its response to the COVID-19 virus threat. Please note the following changes to CHA’s business operations.
UPDATE: Regarding "In-Person meetings" 6/8/2020
Effective June 15, 2020, CHA will schedule in-person meetings with CHA residents, HCVP participants, applicants, landlords, and/or other people upon request. CHA staff will determine if the in-person meeting is necessary or if the issue may be handled over the phone.
Requirements to expect if you attend an in-person meeting:
Wear a face covering
Certify that you have not been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 and you are not experiencing flu-like symptoms
The meeting space will be disinfected immediately prior to the meeting and following the meeting.
Only the meeting attendee and others as required by CHA staff and/or HUD regulations shall be admitted into the meeting room.
Central Office and Public Housing management offices are closed to public access but dropboxes are available at office locations.
Residents and applicants are encouraged to mail documents to the CHA in place of visiting the offices.
Staff members will be available to respond to emails and telephone calls.
Public Housing resident work order responses will be limited to emergency/necessary situations.
The CHA will not perform HCVP inspections during this period.
These measures may be modified over the next days/weeks. Updates will be available on this website and on CHA’s Facebook Page.