Ithaca Housing Authority

Find Ithaca New York housing authorities, departments, and HUD. Housing authorities provide information on section 8 public housing, rentals, applications, eligibility, affordable, low income, subsidized fair housing, hud homes, housing projects, and section 42 tax credits.

Groton Housing Authority 200 West South Street Groton NY 13073 11.9 miles from Ithaca 607-898-5887

Montour Falls Housing Authority 216 Canal Street Montour Falls NY 14865 18.8 miles from Ithaca 607-535-2836

Cortland Housing Authority 51 Port Watson Street Cortland NY 13045 19.7 miles from Ithaca 607-753-9364

Elmira Housing Authority 816 Roe Avenue Elmira NY 14905 29.1 miles from Ithaca 607-734-2710

Cortland County Housing Authority 3705 New York 13 Truxton NY 13158 30.3 miles from Ithaca 607-842-6844

Bradford County Housing Authority 900 North Elmer Avenue Sayre PA 18840 31.0 miles from Ithaca 570-888-6391

Bradford County Housing Authority 502 Church Street Athens PA 18810 32.8 miles from Ithaca 570-888-5772

Geneva Housing Authority 41 Lewis St Geneva NY 14456 38.2 miles from Ithaca 315-789-8010

Binghamton Housing Authority 13 Felters Road Binghamton NY 13903 39.9 miles from Ithaca 607-722-1640

Tioga County Housing Authority 42 Main Street Lawrenceville PA 16929 44.4 miles from Ithaca 570-827-3218

Syracuse Housing Authority 1207 Almond Street Syracuse NY 13210 45.0 miles from Ithaca 315-476-0454

Bradford County Housing Authority COLONIAL Dr Towanda PA 18848 45.8 miles from Ithaca 570-265-3678

Norwich Housing Authority 13 Brown Street Norwich NY 13815 50.4 miles from Ithaca 607-334-5358

Newark Housing Authority 200 Driving Park Cir Newark NY 14513 51.8 miles from Ithaca 315-331-1574

Tioga County Housing Authority 1 Novelty Place Mansfield PA 16933 52.8 miles from Ithaca 570-662-2954

Housing Authorities by City

What is a Housing Authority?

A housing authority, also called a housing department, manages public housing projects and screens prospective tenants according to income, age and disability criteria mandated by government agencies. It also provides information to the public about how to buy and sell homes and oversees certain homeownership financing programs. A housing department provides statistics about housing applications and public housing projects to social service and asset managers.

Housing programs sometimes provide subsidies for private landlord rentals to low-income tenants. Such programs are generally based on gross income and family size. A housing authority helps moderate-income families find affordable housing, and sometimes helps families build homes, especially those built in disadvantaged urban neighborhoods and rural areas designated for such programs.