Housing Families, Building Communities, Creating a Stronger Frederick



Ms. Ann was born on Valentines Day in 1931. If you’ve done the math you know that she is celebrating 90 years this year! Although we could not host the big celebration she deserves, thanks to friends and family, they had a socially distanced parade  to wish her a very Happy Birthday. She has a son, granddaughter, three great grandchildren and so many friends in Frederick!

Ms. Ann lives in the Carver Apartments where she, in safer days, spends her time meeting up with her friends from the neighborhood to knit, get crafty or treat themselves to a fancy lunch. She is also a very active member of the The Asbury United Methodist Church. Ms. Ann has lived in Frederick her entire life and worked at Hood College, where she retired after 20 years. She says things have really changed since she was a child, the largest being the integration of schools in the 60’s.

Shortly after Ms. Ann’s birthday, she was invited by The African American Resources, Cultural and Historic Society (AARCH) to be a part of their Living Treasures ensemble where she will be honored and celebrated at an annual banquet with her peers. Congratulations!

We asked Ms. Ann what the secret to living a long and happy life is and she replied “Stay active and keep moving!” That she does! She also mentioned to spend time with the people you love doing things that make you happy. We are honored to have Ms. Ann in our community and will continue to celebrate her as much as we can!

Happy National CNA Appreciation Week! ✨🎉What a perfect time to celebrate our fantastic employment partnership with Right at Home! Our Projects Manager, Teresa Kidd, has been working with Ms. Simpson and Ms. Lowery to connect our compassionate residents to their rewarding employment. In the past few months, five of our residents have began working with and thriving at Right at Home!! The demand for in home care continues to grow as our largest generation becomes older. The women at Right at Home offer amazing incentives from a vaccination bonus to referring a friend bonus! They are warm and have a great standing in the community for quality care. We are so grateful to have them on our team! Thank you and keep up the good work!!Check out their website for more information, or visit their beautiful office on East Patrick St. https://www.rightathome.net/central-maryland#CNAappreciationweek #NationalNursingassistantsweek2021#Frederickcommunity ... See MoreSee Less
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Our resident, Maggie received the 'Caregiver of the Week' award from her new job at Right at Home! Congrats!Congratulations to our Caregiver of the week Maggie Soto. You are awesome Maggie. ... See MoreSee Less
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To Our Residents and Participants:

As we work together to weather this crisis, the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick (HACF) wants to make sure we are accessible to our residents. 

We are in this together!

 Although our offices are closed, we are still available by email or phone to make sure your income information is updated, 

emergency maintenance is done, and essential family services are provided.

 For information about general community resources, call 2-1-1

 For our staff directory, click here. Please let us know how we can help!

 For HACF Guidance, Resources and Updates regarding COVID-19 please click here.


 Please utilize our website to submit application for our public housing waiting list.

Click the following link to find out more about our housing application: https://www.hacfrederick.org/application/
If you need to update your application, please download the update/reactivate forms from the website and mail or fax into our office.


The Housing Authority of the City of Frederick Main Office will be locked to all incoming traffic to prevent any increased risk
to our staff and community members
until further notice.

Notice of HUD Waiver and Alternative Requirement

            As of April 10, 2020, the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick began utilizing regulatory waivers regarding income verification, interim reexamination and annual recertification pursuant to HUD Notice PIH 2020-05. The Authority will be prioritizing the processing of interim reexaminations due to decreases in family income and will use the temporary waiver of PIH Notice 2018-18 for third party documentation. The Authority may conduct verification over the telephone, through email with a self-certification form by the family, or through other electronic communications. Your caseworker may decide to continue processing (or delay) annual recertification through telephone, email or postal mail with a self-certification form by the tenant or through other electronic communications.

            The Authority will also utilize waivers in regards to Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspections in both the public housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs. Any delayed inspections will be rescheduled as soon as reasonably possible when it is again safe to do so but will be completed before the date established by HUD. The use of this waiver does not relieve owners or participants of their responsibility to maintain the unit in accordance with HQS as required by the HAP contract or family obligations. The Authority may continue to conduct Initial Inspections, when safe to do so, to ensure the health and safety of participant families during their moving process.

            The Housing Authority of the City of Frederick would like to remind all participants that information provided to the Authority must be true and complete information. If any material discrepancies arise later in the review process, the Authority will take enforcement action in accordance with our administrative plan. These waivers will only be available during HUD predetermined period end dates.



Looking for info?  Quick links to Resident FAQ’s,  Applications, Forms and more. Our goal at  Housing Authority of the City of Frederick (HACF) is to do more than just provide a safe, comfortable home for you and your family.


As a proud member of the Frederick community, HACF is working to build stronger stable communities within our neighborhoods. We strive to bridge diversity and unify the Frederick community through our different events. Learn more here.


Through a variety of programs such as, classes, job training, placement and one-on-one assistance, we can help you become employed. Contact Family Services for more information on how to get started. Call 301-696-1875 or more info here.


Get your GED, take classes at FCC, at HACF we can help with tutors and child literacy classes. Attend our garden and cooking classes. If you would like to get started on continuing your education, contact us now 301-696-1875 or get more info here.

Read about the newly appointed Secretary of HUD, Maria L. Fudge and all the Vaccination efforts in our Mid-Atlantic Region

Spring Edition 2021 Region III HUDLines Newsletter

Section 8 Voucher Resident Becomes a New Homeowner

United Way Celebrates 25th Grad of Pathway to Homeownership Program



Click here if your company is interested in working with the Housing Authority for upcoming or open
Modernization (Construction or Service) Bids or Requests for Qualifications/Proposals.