The Cheboygan Housing Commission is a Public Housing Authority (PHA). The PHA offers two federally funded rental assistance programs. Rent is based on all income of all adults living in the home. As a service to its residents, City of Cheboygan ordinance allows for the PHA’s continued operation in cooperation agreement with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
CURRENT YEAR UTILITY ALLOWANCES
Our mission is to provide safe, decent and sanitary housing conditions for very low-income families and to manage resources efficiently. The PHA is to promote social determinants of health and support personal, economic and social upward mobility to provide families the opportunity to make the transition from subsidized to non-subsidized housing.
Housing Commission Board & Staff
- Executive Director: Kara L. Ostrowski
- Board Chair: Mark Bronson, Board President
- Vice Chair: William Horntvedt
- Commissioner: Chris Bauer
- Open seats, interested tenants and residents of the PHA jurisdiction please complete application and return to the management office and/or email.
Board of Commissioners Meetings
Board meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 3pm at Cheboygan City Hall. Contact the management office for meeting information or to request an accommodation to access or participate in meetings. Call in information can be found on the PHA website.
Next Meeting Monday May 8, 2023, at 3:00pm
PHA ANNUAL PLAN
Public Meetings, Resident Advisory Board, & Repositioning
Housing Authority Board of Commissioners meetings are always open to the public. Board of Commissioners meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 3:00pm. Meetings will take place in person at Cheboygan City Council chambers with web conference also available from computer, tablet or smartphone at . https://meet.goto.com/852230557. You can also dial in using your phone +1 (646) 749-3122 Access Code: 852-230-557
The Housing Authority continues to work on public housing redevelopment plans. Anyone interested in serving as a resident advisor should contact the management office or email me at email@example.com. A resident board is important to make sure that the housing commission is making plans that will meet your housing needs. A public housing resident meeting is required before our application to reposition and redevelop is submitted to HUD; the tenant meeting meetings were announced December 1, held December 8, and all tenants received a project description February 1.