PAY RENT Equal Housing, Logo Housing Authority of Calvert County, Logo

(410) 535-5010
480 Main Street
Prince Frederick

MD 20678

HOUSING AUTHORITY COMMISSIONERS     

   JUDY HOOKER, CHAIR                                       HARRIET GOSSETT, VICE CHAIR                            RICK PIERECK, ESQ.                  

 e-mail:   commissioners@calverthousing.org

PUBLIC OFFICE HOURS      

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M

RENT PAYMENTS OR CORRESPONDENCE CAN BE MAILED TO THE MAIN OFFICE OR DELIVERED TO THE DROP SLOTS AT THE MAIN OFFICE FRONT DOOR.

WE RECOMMEND USING THE "PAY RENT" ICON AT THE TOP LEFT TO PAY RENT ONLINE.  


Only Senior Housing Waiting List is Open

Housing Choice Voucher - Section 8 Closed 03/15/21 @ 9:35 A.M.

To Apply for Senior Housing Click The "TO APPLY CLICK HERE" Link Below

TO APPLY CLICK HERE


Our Mission

Our mission is to provide safe and sanitary housing to persons with low to moderate income.

Our History

The Housing Authority of Calvert County was established by the Board of County Commissioners of Calvert County in 1972.

It is governed by a five member board of commissioners appointed by the Board of County Commissioners.

The Authority operates as an independent entity under the Annotated Code of Maryland.

The Housing Authority

The administrative staff is located at 480 Main Street, Prince Frederick, MD 20678.

 Board meetings are open to the public and currently being held virtually at 9:00 AM on the fourth Wednesday of every month (subject to change with or without notice). 

 

Click here for Board meeting information.


Our County

Our County

Calvert County is Maryland's smallest county in land area with 213 square miles and is home to more than 92,000 people. It is within an hour's drive southeast of Washington, D.C.  Along with Charles and St. Mary's counties, Calvert County is located in the part of the region commonly referred to as Southern Maryland.  The county is a peninsula bounded by the Chesapeake Bay on the east, with its steep cliffs and woodlands, and to the west, rolling fields slip gently down to the Patuxent River.