Public Notices

Select the link below to watch the Zoom Eviction Updates from Executive Director Melissa Maddox-Evans

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10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR RENT OBLIGATIONS

PRESS RELEASE DECEMBER 2020

The CDC pause on evictions expires 01/31, and renters’ back rent will be due in full. Obligations to pay has not been waved or forgiven. If you’re behind in rent, contact your property manager today to discuss how to avoid a lease violation. We do not want anyone to lose their housing. Click here to read a Press Release from HACA's CEO 

 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS' MEETINGS

Upcoming Board Meetings

Monthly Board Meeting

Tuesday, February 23, 2021, at 4:30 pm

This month's Board Meeting will be conducted via zoom conference call.
See the notice below for specifics on how it will be conducted
and how to get connected.

The Board reserves the right to include a properly Closed Session of the Board under the Open Meetings Act

 January 2021 Board Meeting Update

As we continue to implement precautionary measures to minimize the coronavirus's spread while continuing to support our clients, this month’s Board Meeting will be conducted as a conference call. Since this is a new format for us, we would like to lay out some ground rules to help things run smoothly.

  • All participants other than the board members and staff members will be muted at the beginning of the meeting.
  • When you dial in to the call, be sure to record your name or we won’t be able to call you when it comes time for comments from the public.
  • When comments from the public are requested, you should click the chat button at the bottom of the video screen and let us know that you have a comment.
  • When comments from the public are requested, individuals will be given two minutes to speak.
  • If the Board Meeting goes into a closed session, all callers other than the closed session participants will be disconnected.
  • As required by law, this meeting will be recorded.

 

To participate in the Board Meeting on Tuesday, February 23, you should use the following information to get connected by video and phone:

If you would like a copy of the Board Report, please contact us at info@hacamd.org

 

 

Public Hearing 

The Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis (HACA) has drafted its proposed FY2022 Annual PHA Plan, which summarizes HACA’s policies, rules, and requirements concerning HACA’s operations, programs, and services.  HACA is seeking public comment on the proposed Plan at a public hearing to be held via video conference on Thursday, March 11, 2021, at 5:30 pm, assuming restrictions on gatherings due to COVID-19 remain in effect that time. If you wish to participate in the hearing, please use the following information to connect via computer audio:

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  If you need additional accommodation to participate in this hearing, please call (410) 267-8000 or fax (410) 267-8926 or TTY/TDD 711. Comments will be accepted in writing until 4 pm, Friday, March 12, 2021, and can be mailed to Melissa Maddox-Evans, Executive Director, HACA, 1217 Madison Street, Annapolis, MD 21403, or e-mailed to info@hacamd.org.

Click here to see document 50075-ST PHA Annual Plan fy2022 for public hearing

 

 

PUBLIC NOTICE - AWARD OF PROJECT-BASED VOUCHERS

The Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis is participating in the Baltimore Regional Project-Based Voucher Program with six other housing agencies and the Baltimore Metropolitan Council. This program has made the following awards of project-based vouchers (PBVs):

The participating Howard County Housing Commission has been recused from decisions in each round of awards because of involvement or potential involvement in a proposal. 

        August 2020 Awards:

  • Five (5) to Episcopal Housing Corporation and Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc. for St. Mark’s Court in Pikesville.
  • Eight (8) to NRP Holdings, LLC for Tanyard Apartments in Glen Burnie.
  • Eight (8) to Village at Little Patuxent, LP for Village at Little Patuxent in Gambrills.

May 2020 Awards

  • Ten (10) to Blenheim Run I, LP for Village at Blenheim in Havre de Grace
  • Eight (8) to Conifer Realty, LLC for North Odenton Apartments in Odenton
  • Twenty-five (25) to Dorsey Overlook, LLLP for Dorsey Overlook in Ellicott City
  • Eleven (11) to MBID of Delaware, LLC (Ingerman) and Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc. for Willows at Forest Drive in Annapolis
  • Six (6) to Osprey Property Company II, LLC for Towns at Church Creek in Annapolis
  • Seven (7) to Taft-Mills Group, LLC for Enclave at Severna Park in Severna Park
  • Eight (8) to Taft-Mills Group, LLC for Towns at Odenton in OdentonSix (6) to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Harmans Overlook in Hanover

April 2019 Awards

    • Twenty (20) to the Howard County Housing Commission for Artist Flats at New Cultural Center.

May 2018 Awards

    • Five (5) to Homes for America for Homes for Fountain Green in Bel Air
    • Two (2) to Homes for America for Red Maple Place in Towson
    • Eight (8) to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Robinson Overlook in Columbia
    • Eight (8) to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Brock Bridge Landing in Jessup

November 2017 Awards

    • Fifteen (15) to Volleyball House Apartments, LLLP for Riverwatch II in Elkridge
    • Six (6) to Towne Courts LLC in Annapolis

For more information, please contact info@hacamd.org

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Information

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has released some clear and straightforward recommendations on preparing, identifying, and dealing with COVID-19. As the work continues to identify, contain, and prevent this disease, staying informed is key to minimizing the impact and spread. Here are some quick reference documents from the CDC that can help out...

Proactive Response to Newtowne Twenty Gas Leak Press Release - January 31, 2020

HACA has posted a press release explaining their response to the gas leak at the Newtowne Twenty Property and how it will impact the process of relocating the residents of Newtowne Twenty. The press release is available below for viewing or download.

2020 Annual Plan Review

Please provide written comments on the c020 Draft Annual PPlan's content posted below to Alison Duncan, aduncan@hacamd.org or 1217 Madison St Annapolis, MD 21403 close of business, Friday, March 20, 2020. An announcement will be posted here with the date and time of the Public Meeting to discuss the 2020 Draft Annual Plan. Please check back for details.

New Office Hours

Beginning on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, we will have new office hours. Our offices will be open Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 4:30 pm, and Friday from 8 am to noon.

Newtowne 20 Redevelopment Press Release - November 29, 2018

HACA has posted a press release explaining recent decisions regarding the redevelopment of the Newtowne 20 property. The press release is available below for viewing or download.


SAFETY

Notice of Occupancy Rights Under the Violence Against Women Act (see below)

 

Public Notices

Office Address

Housing Authority of The City of Annapolis
1217 Madison Street
Annapolis, MD 21403

Contact Us

Main (410) 267-8000
Fax  (410) 267-8290
Maintenance (410) 263-0778
TTY/TDD 771

Hours of Operation

Monday through Thursday:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Friday:
8:00 a.m. to noon

After Hours Maintenance Emergencies:
(410) 553-2071