Welcome to the Albany Housing Authority!

This website includes information about our many housing programs and affordable housing developments and important contact information. We encourage you to take full advantage of the information provided, so we can do an even better job providing affordable housing opportunities and access to related services to those in need.

Albany Housing Authority provides it’s residents with a variety of services that promote and develop self-sufficiency and create homeownership opportunities through enrollment in the Family Self-Sufficient Program (FSS) for 5 years with goal settings. Albany Housing Authority strives to enrich the lives of its residents by partnering with other non-profit social service providers, municipal governments and state government.

Who we are

Providing low income families with safe, secure, and healthy housing, while fostering an atmosphere that will allow individual families to develop a sense of community within each neighborhood.

Our Story

The Housing Authority of the City of Albany was established in 1940 as a quasi-governmental agency with the purpose of developing and managing assisted housing programs. Read More…

Vision Statement

We (Albany Housing Authority) will use innovation to provide opportunities for a decent quality of life for low-income residents by providing affordable housing and pathways to self-sufficiency and self-reliance.

Housing Opportunities

The following developments are listed with the number of units and bedroom sizes in each development under each page.
Please click development to view details.

Albany Public Housing

Consisting of 1077 one, two, three and four bedroom units located in Albany, GA.

Section 8 Housing

Consisting of 62 Vouchers.

Elderly Housing

Contact for Voucher Information

Lee Public Housing

Consisting of 98 one, two, three and four bedroom units located in Leesburg, GA and Smithville, GA.