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  • Creating Livable Communities

    Eligible individuals and families residing in our public housing communities pay approximately 30% of their monthly income for rent and have access to an array of programs and services.Learn More
  • Pinellas-Heights

    Affordable residences to low-income seniors aged 62 and older.Learn More
  • Resident Opportunities

    Resident Opportunities

    Families are important to us. We believe that providing opportunities for self-sufficiency and education for residents of all ages is critical to cultivating healthy, vibrant communities.Learn More
  • Homeownership

    Homeownership

    Through partnerships with local homebuyer training organizations, our Homeownership Resource Center coordinates free budgeting, financial fitness and first time homebuyer classes for interested participants.Learn More
  • Affordable Housing

    Affordable Housing

    PCHA offers a variety of attractive affordable housing opportunities throughout Pinellas County.Learn More
  • Affordable Assisted Living

    Affordable Assisted Living

    Magnolia Gardens offers beautiful, affordable, assisted living located in the heart of Pinellas County.Learn More
  • Housing Choice Venture

    Housing Choice

    Our Housing Choice Voucher program promotes housing choice. PCHA makes housing assistance payments directly to the landlord on behalf of HCV participants.Learn More

Featured Updates


PCHA Resident Achieves Homeownership



Ms. Tyshecia Coleman has been a participant of the Housing Choice Voucher Program since August of 2008. In April of 2014, she applied to participate in the Homeownership Program. She was referred to Tampa Bay CDC for credit counseling and worked diligently for a year and a half to repair her credit. Read More


PCHA Receives Family Self-Sufficiency Grant from HUD


On Thursday, December 17th, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that $75 million would be awarded through the Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program to selected public housing agencies across the nation.
The Pinellas County Housing Authority was awarded $133,539, the fifth largest grant awarded statewide.  All Read More


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