The Knox County Housing Authority is a dynamic force in our community, providing high-quality affordable housing opportunities for individuals and families, while promoting self-sufficiency, empowerment, and a sense of community development.
Further, we will partner with other agencies to implement programs and services designed to help our families thrive.
The population we serve is as diverse as the community we live in. Our clients represent a broad range of cultures, backgrounds, and stages in life, from hard working individuals and families to persons with disabilities and special needs to single parents seeking to improve the quality of life for their families.
Each year, the combination of low wages, unemployment, rising housing costs, and generational poverty affects thousands in Knox County. We are here to help.
The KCHA is the largest owner of rental housing in Knox County, providing homes to over 1,300 people. We currently have 418 units in our public housing portfolio - 228 single, elderly, and disabled units, and 190 units of family housing.
The agency also oversees 220 Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8) that allow low-income families to rent from private landlords throughout the jurisdiction.
HUD has issued long awaited direction on the flat-rent increase mandated for all housing authorities. Read all about it in HUD's published guidance.
Jennifer Stegall is our September 2014 Employee of the Month! Jennifer takes the safety of our team seriously, and it has earned her the month's honor! Read all about it here!
The agency has revised the preference points used in determining selection of applicants from our waiting lists. Click below to learn more about the proposed changes.
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