Fayetteville Housing Authority – Providing housing assistance to our neighbors.

The Fayetteville Housing Authority is a public agency that helps low to moderate income families, including seniors and the disabled, by providing affordable, safe, and decent housing. The Housing Authority is funded by Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and includes the following programs: Public Housing, Section 8 Rental Assistance, Project Based Rental Assistance, and HUD/VASH for homeless veterans.

Mission Statement: The Fayetteville Housing Authority provides safe, quality, affordable housing as a basic human right to build community resilience, improve intergenerational public health outcomes, and increase equitable opportunities.

What we do: We provide safe, decent and sanitary housing to low and very low income families, in an environment that fosters self-sufficiency and community pride.

Fair Housing News/Information

America, in every way, represents equality of opportunity for all persons. the rich diversity of its citizens and the spirit of unity that binds us all symbolize the principles of freedom and justice upon which this nation was founded. That is why it is extremely disturbing when new immigrants, minorities, families with children, and persons with disabilities are denied the housing of their choice because of illegal discrimination.

Equal Opportunity For All – Did You Know?

  • Arkansas has fair housing laws as a result of the Arkansas Fair Housing Act.
  • If you have been denied your housing rights…you may have experienced housing discrimination.
  • Fair Housing laws apply to renting and purchasing a home.
  • The Arkansas Fair Housing Commission can receive, investigate, conciliate and/or resolve complaints alleging violation of the Arkansas Fair Housing Act.
  • You can contact the Arkansas Fair Housing Commission at 800.340.9108
  • You can also file a complaint online on the Arkansas Fair Housing website.

FHA Development, Inc.

FHA Development, Inc is the non-profit arm of the Fayetteville Housing Authority. It is fully recognized as a 501(c)(3) and adds flexibility that allows increasing housing options and increased funding opportunities.