Fayette/Highland Metropolitan Housing Authority
The Fayette County Metropolitan Housing Authority will be holding our Board meeting On September 13th 2022 at 11:00 am.
The Fayette Metropolitan Housing Choice Voucher waiting list is closed effective 3/25/2022. The list will remain open for Veterans, Disabled (between ages 18-61), and terminally ill.

Welcome to FMHA & HMHA

We serve the communities of both Fayette and Highland Counties in Ohio. The Purpose of (FMHA & HMHA) is to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing for the low-income families. In order to be eligible for our programs, there are income limits that cannot be exceeded, depending on your family size. (Income limits are subject to change annually.) See the Administrative Plan which incorporates the mission statements and policy procedures.

The Fayette Metropolitan Housing Authority Board meets quarterly on the second Tuesday in March, June, September, and December on the forth floor in the County Administration Building at 133 S. Main St, Washington C. H., Ohio.

The Highland Metropolitan Housing Authority Board meets twice per year in April and October at the Ponderosa Restaurant 545 S. High Street, in the City of Hillsboro, OH.

The primary objectives of the FMHA & HMHA are:

  • To make public relations a priority.
  • To apply for Section 8 Existing monies from HUD upon invitation.
  • To provide assistance in daily living for low-income families, the disabled and the elderly.
  • To address the special housing problems of those disabled by developmental disabilities and or illness.
  • To cooperate with private contractors, private non-profit organizations, and property owners in planning and in developing new construction, rehabilitation, and/or housing assistance.
  • To consider programs that provide homes scattered throughout the community for low and moderate-income families as opposed to concentrated projects.
  • The FMHA & HMHA is further committed to carrying out the Existing Housing Program in the spirit intended by the United States Congress and HUD. To that end the FMHA shall not discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, familial status or national origin. It shall endeavor to perform its duties in the most effective, efficient professional manner possible, treating all persons with courtesy, respect and fairness.
View more details on our Administrative Plan