WELCOMETO TAYLOR HOUSING AUTHORITY!
The Taylor Housing Authority (THA) was established to provide affordable housing for families within the Taylor community. THA receives funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Functions of HUD include, but are not limited to establishing policies and procedures, ensuring public housing agencies comply with the code of federal regulations, and provide funding through subsidies.
We have been in existence for over 69 years. The THA staff and commissioners have set the mission of providing programs and services that enhance the quality of the life for our residents. It is our desire to assist all residents to reach their full potential.
The THA is governed by a five member Board of Commissioners that is appointed by the presiding Mayor of Taylor. The THA administers a Public Housing Program and Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8). Through these programs we assist approximately 250 families.
The Taylor Housing Authority is dedicated to providing our community with quality, affordable housing that provides a foundation for each family. We also strive to work in partnership with local nonprofits, the city and businesses to create programs and services that benefit not only our residents but also the Taylor community as a whole. Taylor Housing Authority is where housing excellence begins…
New Smoke Free Policy
RESIDENT NOTICE May 23, 2018 This is to notify all Taylor Housing Authority residents that a smoke free policy is being implemented effective July 30, ...
THA Becoming Smoke Free Effective July 30, 2018Read More
Public Notice The Taylor Housing Authority will begin accepting applications for the Public Housing Program effective June 19, 2018. You may apply between the hours of 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday until further notice, at the Taylor Housing Authority 311C. E. 7th St., Taylor, Texas 76574. Application ...Read More
The face of housing is changing rapidly in most communities. At one time it was easy to find a house in the low $100’s in Taylor. Now it is hard to find one under $170K - $180K. This seems to be happening in many communities, surrounding larger cities. As people are forced out of housing markets in big cities they are migrating to rural areas. In the Austi ...Read More
Workforce housing has become a hot topic. Workforce housing, defined as housing for those who work and have low to moderate incomes, is in high demand. In the past, it was thought that only low income families faced affordable housing obstacles. Based on the current economy, affordable housing issues affect many more. This includes those with moderate inc ...Read More