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We provide qualifying families, the elderly, and special needs people with rental assistance.

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Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act

Every April, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) sponsors the National Fair Housing Month campaign to help end housing discrimination and raise awareness of fair housing requirements.
Attention Landlords and Property Managers:
On Thursday, April 5, 2018, at 10:00 am PCHA will host Mr. Mark Esparza, Read More

Senior Housing Development Proposed in City of Seminole

Pinellas County Housing Authority has applied to the City of Seminole to rezone a potential affordable, senior housing site on Lake Seminole.
The Pinellas County Housing Authority (PCHA) in collaboration with its developer partner, Norstar Development, intends to develop a senior (62+) community at 9575 Seminole Blvd, on Lake Seminole.
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PCHA Offices are Closed

UPDATE as of September 13, 2017: Due to continued local power outages, the Central Administration Office is unable to reopen today. All other properties are open for services!
UPDATE as of September 12, 2017: Due to local power outages, not all sites were able to reopen on Tuesday, September 12, Read More

How to do business with PCHA

The Pinellas County Housing Authority is hosting a workshop for all potential vendors and contractors on August 10th, 2017 at 3:00 PM. It will be located at our main office. To reserve a spot please call Hope Olda at 727.443.7684 x 3030 or email at holda@pinellashousing.com
This workshop will provide Read More

PCHA Offers Development Opportunity

The Pinellas County Housing Authority is selling 13.2 acres of prime vacant waterfront land on Lake Seminole in Largo. The land is located at 9575 Seminole Boulevard on the west side of Lake Seminole in Pinellas County. It is 1/4 mile South of 102nd Avenue on Seminole Boulevard. Click here Read More

Pinellas Housing Authority Launches New Accessible Website!

Websites need to be physically accessible to provide equal access and equal opportunity to people with disabilities.  The benefits of website accessibility include the ability to better navigate, comprehend, and interact with the opportunities within that webpage.
When creating the new website, PCHA used such examples of “alt text” on Read More

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