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Louisville Metro Housing Authority

General Information

The Louisville Metro Housing Authority's (LMHA) MTW goals involve increasing resident self-sufficiency, achieving a greater income mix at LMHA properties, improving the quality of the assisted housing stock, expediting access to assisted housing, reducing administrative and operational costs, enhancing program effectiveness and providing services for under-served special needs populations.

LMHA currently administers approximately 3,800 public housing units, 12,000 Housing Choice Voucher units, and 19 units of local, non-traditional housing.

More info at: http://www.lmha1.org

MTW Status

The Housing Authority of Louisville (HAL) signed its MTW agreement with HUD in August 1999. LMHA was created in 2003, as HAL and Jefferson County Housing Authority merged. LMHA signed the Standard Agreement in 2008, extending its participation through its Fiscal Year 2018. As a result of Congress passing the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, LMHA’s MTW Agreement was modified and extended to the end of its Fiscal Year 2028.

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Last updated July 10, 2023