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Muskogee Housing, established in 1969, provides affordable housing and housing assistance programs for low-income families in the Muskogee area.  In addition to managing 614 units of housing, Muskogee Housing also has the capacity to assist 871 families with rental assistance via the Housing Choice Voucher program (when full funding is appropriated by Congress).  Programs operated include supportive housing for elderly and disabled families, market-based rental, Neighborhood Stabilization Program rental, HOME program rental units, and Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing vouchers.  MHA also manages the operations of several non-profit agencies as well as the Stilwell Housing Authority’s 80 Public Housing and 29 Housing Choice Voucher units. 


Housing by Type:

Public Housing (Port City Acres, Green Country Village, Honor Heights Towers)

Family:                        200 total units

Elderly/Disabled:          200 total units


Elderly Housing (Azalea Terrace, Fairview Terrace, Davidson Heights)

Section 202:                55 total units


Disabled Housing (Heritage Park, Westside Terrace)

Section 811:                24 total units   


Market-Rate Rental (Whispering Pines Apartments)

Family:                        100 total units


Other (single family homes)

Family (Housing Choice Voucher Required):       30 total units  

Family (Unsubsidized / No Income Restriction):  5 Total Units



Housing Choice Voucher Program  {Assumes full federal assistance funding}

Regular:                                                  483 vouchers

Non-Elderly / Disabled:                             200 vouchers

Family Unification Program:                       94 vouchers

Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing:          94 vouchers