Waiting Lists Open for Families, Elderly, Disabled, or Involuntary Displaced
The Carroll County Housing Authority (CCHA) is only accepting applications from persons that are families, elderly, disabled, or displaced by a natural or government action for its Low Income Public Housing waiting lists.
Application Information Must Be Current and Up to Date
It is important to the application process that all your information is correct and up to date at all times. If anything changes, (i.e. mailing address, email address, household members) you must contact the Carroll County Housing Authority in writing to have your application updated and reflect such changes. Send all notifications of changes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attached is Carroll County Housing Authority’s holiday schedule. Click here for a list of days our offices will be closed for holidays.
Happy Spring! As the Mest Manor & Carroll Apartments Unit Inspections are scheduled this month, and our homes are stuck with the winter blues, now is the perfect time to get a jump start on spring cleaning. Spring cleaning is a tradition that allows us to freshen up our homes ahead of the hectic seasons of spring and summer. Approaching your apartment room-by-room is the most effective way to deep-clean your home at any time of the year, but especially in spring. Use room checklists as a springboard for deep-cleaning the areas of your home that need extra attention.
One of the biggest parts of spring cleaning is getting rid of the clutter that you don’t need. Getting rid of unused items that are weighing you down will give you a more streamlined lifestyle. Sorting your belongings into four categories—trash, give-away, store, or put away—can also be effective as you begin the spring cleaning process.
A good, thorough spring cleaning that includes the whole apartment is a great time to establish new on-going cleaning habits, and it can also make next spring cleaning a good deal easier.