Notice to Landlords – Effects of the Government Shut Down
The Arlington Housing Authority offices are remaining open during the government shutdown. All services, including inspections, will continue as scheduled. HUD has notified public housing authorities that they will make disbursements for February rental assistance as scheduled. Please contact us with any questions you have.
Need Good Tenants for Your Rental Property?
The Arlington Housing Authority assists 100 new households each month to identify and select suitable rental housing in the City of Arlington by connecting screened, qualified tenants with participating Landlords. For information about participating in the program or how to list your available rental unit, CLICK HERE or contact the Housing Landlord Liaison, Rosalinda Alvarez, at 817-276-6775.
News & Announcements
Public Housing Awareness: ReThink Why Housing Matters
Not In My Backyard: ReThink Urges Americans to Think Twice About Their Public Housing Perceptions. ReThink Celebrates Public Housing Residents’ Stories of Success through Documentary-Style Storytelling to Show Reality. Read more
The Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) provides utility assistance to help residents achieve energy self-sufficiency and avoid utility disruptions. This program is offered by Community Action Partners which serves all of Tarrant County. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 817-392-5790 or visit their offices at 1601 E. Lamar, Suite 201, Arlington, TX 76011 or visit the website at: Community Action Partners
Foreclosure Crisis – Help is available!
Persons at risk of losing their home through foreclosure may find valuable relief. Review a list of resources compiled by the Arlington Housing Authority. Information is also available for lenders and other organizations to obtain the latest information about proposed legislation, new products and services, and the Economic Stimulus Package.