Housing Choice Voucher

Housing Choice Voucher

The Lansing Housing Commission's Housing Choice Voucher Program helps to make Housing Assistance Payments for qualified households. As a participant in the program, Voucher Holders, are able to have access to safe, affordable, housing in a neighborhood of their choice.

Our Housing Choice Voucher Waiting List is Currently Closed.

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The Lansing Housing Commission: What We Do

The Lansing Housing Commission (LHC) is a Public Housing Agency (PHA) that provides rental housing units and rental assistance to families. Our Mission states: The LHC will compassionately, deliver healthy, affordable, safe, quality housing options without discrimination with exceptional customer service while meeting high performance standards.” We manage 4 Asset Management Properties (AMPS)/Communities, including over two hundred scattered site single family units, 4 townhouse developments, and one high-rise building for a total of 834 units and administer over 1600 Housing Choice Vouchers.


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Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds »

About April 15, 2014, the LHC will request the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) release Federal Comprehensive Grant funding under Title 1 of the Public Housing Act of 1937 as amended. The 2014-2019 Capital Fund Grants are for rehabilitating and renovating the Lansing Housing Commission (“LHC”) properties, staffing and resident programs. The amount over a 5 year period will be approximately 6 million based on current funding levels.

Monday, February 3, 2014