The Housing Authority of the City of Frederick (HACF) is an autonomous, non-profit private corporation created to address the need for low-income housing. Our mission is to engage with Frederick’s low and moderate income residents by providing a healthy foundation for economic self-sufficiency through employment and educational supports in safe, affordable housing. It is governed by a five member Board of Commissioners that is appointed by the Mayor of Frederick and confirmed by the Board of Aldermen. The Executive Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick (HACF) is appointed by the Board and serves as the Secretary/Treasurer while serving on the Board of Commissioners. HACF has five major departments: The Department of Physical Services, which is responsible for all maintenance and modernization. The Department of Finance, which is responsible for all administrative, accounting, and procurement functions. The Department of Development, which is responsible for developing and managing all real estate and community development projects and opportunities. The Department of Housing, which is responsible for overall housing operations, and Family Services which provides programs, opportunities and support services to residents.
The operations of HACF are supported by two main sources: rental units and a federal subsidy for the operation, maintenance and modernization of the HACF through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Individual programs within the HACF also accept private donations in order to better serve residents attempting to improve their education and increase their income.
Our mission is to provide safe, affordable housing and comprehensive support services to elevate the quality of life for low and moderate-income community members.
We provide services to foster self-sufficiency, financial security, wellness, academic success, and community engagement. We are committed to building divers, thriving neighborhoods that benefit everyone.
Housing Families, Building Communities, and Creating a Stronger Frederick.
Board of Commissioners & Meetings
Board of Commissioners
As stewards of affordable housing, our Board of Commissioners are responsible to craft policies, manage financial frameworks, and uphold equitable practices. Appointed by authorized entities, they lead strategic foresight and engage with the community to diligently execute our mission of providing secure and affordable residences.
Bernard Brown, Chairman of the Board
Delores Ambush, Vice Chairman of the Board
Zakia Gailliard, Commissioner
Phyllis C. Carroll, Commissioner
Greer Garcia, Commissioner
Board of Commissioner Meetings
The next meeting for the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick will be held at the main office of the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick, 209 Madison Street, Frederick. See below for information on the next meeting:
Agenda for August 22, 2023
– CANCELLED due to lack of voting Agenda items
Agenda for July 25, 2023
Agenda for June 27, 2023
Agenda for May 23, 2023
Agenda for April 25, 202
– CANCELLED due to lack of voting agenda items
Agenda for March 28, 2023
Agenda for February 28, 2023
Agenda for January 24, 2023
Agenda for December 20, 2022
Agenda for November 22, 2022
Agenda for October 25, 2022
Agenda for September 27, 2022
Agenda for August 23, 2022
– CANCELLED due to lack of quroum.
Agenda for July 26, 2022
Agenda for June 28, 2022
Agenda for May 24th, 2022
– CANCELLED due to lack of agenda items.
Agenda for April 26, 2022
Agenda for March 22, 2022
Agenda for February 22, 2022
Agenda for January 25th, 2022
– CANCELLED due to COVID-19 concerns.
Agenda for December 28, 2021
Agenda for November 30, 2021
Click here for the WebEx link for the Public Hearing for PHA Plan 2022 (Link disabled)
Public Hearing for the PHA Plan 2022 will be Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 at 12:30 p.m.
PHA Plan 2022 Documents available for preview at 209 Madison Street, Frederick MD 21701, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Agenda for October 26, 2021
Agenda for September 28, 2021
(Partially closed to public)
Agenda for August 24, 2021
July 27th Meeting Cancelled, Click for more info
Agenda for July 27, 2021
Agenda for June 22, 2021
Agenda for May 25, 2021
Agenda for April 27, 2021
Public Hearings & PHA Documents
At the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick, transparency and community engagement are paramount. Our PHA Plans serve as blueprints for our mission to provide safe, affordable housing. We value your input, and our regular Public Hearings are opportunities for you to actively participate in shaping these plans.
There are no public hearings scheduled at this time.
PHA (MD003) Documents
Click here to read the Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan
Click here to read the HACF Violence Against Women’s Act (VAWA) Policy
Click here to read the FY 2020-2024 Capital Funds Program Grant: Combined Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact and Intent to Request Release of Funds (FONSI-RROF)
Click here for the Annual PHA Plan 2021
Click here for the Annual PHA Plan 2022
Click here to review the Proposed Amendment to the FY22 Annual PHA Plan
Click here to review the Proposed FY23 Annual PHA Plan
HACF Open Staff Positions
Are you passionate about making a positive impact in your community? The Housing Authority of the City of Frederick is dedicated to providing safe, affordable housing and fostering vibrant neighborhoods. We’re on the lookout for enthusiastic individuals who share our commitment to excellence.
The Housing Authority currently has no open staff positions.