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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 pattyaccha@grics.net.

Holiday Schedule

Attached is Carroll County Housing Authority’s 2018 holiday schedule. Click here for a list of days our offices will be closed for holidays in 2018.

CCHA Spring Clean-up Week Scheduled

Spring has finally Sprung! Thus, the Carroll County Housing Authority is sponsoring a Spring Clean-up Week on April 23rd through April 27th, 2018. Our staff will pick up, and dispose any of your unused, or broken household items (furniture, TVs, electrical items, tires, etc.) at no charge to the tenant.

Please contact the housing authority office at 815-273-7081 to schedule a time to have your items picked up during the above stated week.

April Happenings

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What Where When
BINGO Mest Manor April 9th & 23rd @ 1:00pm
Board Game/Card Club Mest Manor April 14th @ 6:30 pm
Annual/Regular Board Meeting Mest Manor April 18th @ 2:00pm
Quarterly Unit Inspections Maple Lane April 19th @ 1:30pm
Tenant Meeting Mest Manor April 24th @ 10:00am & 2:30pm
Tenant Meeting Maple Lane April 26th @ 2:30pm

Carroll County Imagination Library

The United Way of Northwest Illinois hosted an event on March 28, 2108, at the Mt. Carroll Township Public Library to launch the Imagination Library in Carroll County.

Dolly Parton created the “Imagination Library” in 1996 for preschoolers in Sevier County, TN, to guarantee access to books and inspire parents to read to their children as much as possible. Since this time, Dolly’s concept has grown to over 1300 communities worldwide and provides books from birth to five years old. This is a critical time for learning as nearly 85 percent of brain development happens before a child turns three.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a 60 volume set of books beginning with the children’s classic The Little Engine That Could ™. Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in your child’s name directly to your home.

If you are interested in registering your child for the library, please contact the CCHA office for a registration form, or visit https://imaginationlibrary to register on-line.