Tampa Housing Authority - Housing Options

The Tampa Housing Authority was incorporated in 1939 and provides housing opportunities to more than 21,000 residents in the Tampa Bay area. This Agency currently administers 3,026 public housing units and 10,235 Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8). The main office is located near downtown Tampa in the North Boulevard community adjacent to the Bethune High-rise.

During FY2005, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) made a number of changes in Assisted Housing that enabled the THA to receive a “High Performer” status for the first time from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Belmont Heights Apartments.

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The Assisted Housing Department consists of various rental assistance programs such as the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), Shelter-Plus Care, HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH), Family Unification Program (FUP), Project Based Vouchers, and the Housing Choice Voucher program (Section 8).

C. Blythe Andrews Apartments.

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The Authority's Five-Year Capital Plan provides for 728 scattered site housing units to be completely rehabilitated by fiscal year end 2006. During FY2004 a total of 650 such units were either completed or under revitalization.  

Apply for Housing Online
Using the online application in our Portal (requires registration)
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Check to see if your rent is affordable with the voucher you were awarded.


The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa provides equal opportunity to participates in our housing programs. Any disabled person, outlined by the American With Disabilities Act, requiring a reasonable accommodation to make this process accessible may request such by contacting (813) 341-9101

Where can I get more Help?

Assisted Housing Information:
(813) 253-0551

Public Housing Information:
(813) 341-9101

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