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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 holiday schedule. Click here for a list of days our offices will be closed for holidays.

October Happenings

What Where When
Mest Manor Market Day Mest Manor October 4th @ 10:00am
Regular Board Meeting Mest Manor Conference Room October 20th @ 2:00pm
Unit Inspections Mest Manor (3rd & 4th Floor) October 25th @ 1:00pm
Unit Inspections Mest Manor (1st & 2nd Floor) October 27th @ 1:00pm

11th Annual CCHA Halloween Bash

Ghouls, Goblins, and Witches too…we are having our 11th Annual CCHA Halloween Bash and inviting you. Something’s a brewing, and it will certainly be ghoulishly fun…a wicked good time for everyone.  We will be serving up refreshments and witches brew…wear your costume, there will be prizes too!

So fly on over to our Haunted Mest Manor for a creepy afternoon of food, fun, games, and a little  fear….Halloween night is drawing near! Please R.S.V.P. to the office by Friday, October 22nd.

DATE:  Friday, October 29th  

TIME:   12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

LOCATION:   Haunted Mest Manor (Dining Room)

CCHA Resident Recognition Spotlight

Meet Vicki Zink, one of our Maple Lane residents who is a Thomson, IL native.  She is the oldest sibling in her family, and has two brothers, and two sisters. The most fun and memorable times of her childhood were her family’s yearly trips to Colorado at Thanksgiving time, in which, they stayed at the home of her father’s long-time friend and his family during the holiday.  It was a yearly trip that her entire family looked forward to.

Vicki is the proud mother of three children (2 daughters, and one son), five grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.  She is honored that her youngest great-granddaughter is named, Shelby Jean, after her.

Prior to Vicki’s move to Maple Lane, she resided in Sycamore, IL.  She was employed at the DeKalb County Rehabilitation Center for seventeen years.  She began her career at the rehab center as a cook, however, she was soon promoted to the Dietary Department Supervisor, a position she respectively held for 15 years.

This past August, Vicki was overjoyed to check off an item that has been on her bucket list for many years.  Vicki, along with one of her daughter’s, took her dream trip to Connecticut to walk on the beach, and put her feet into the Atlantic Ocean.  What an absolute thrill is was for her.  Another highlight of the trip was a three hour roundtrip triple-decker ferry ride to Long Island which featured stunning scenery.

Vicki’s hobbies include reading Danielle Steele novels and books of the Amish, creating Diamond Art, as well as, her all-time favorite hobby of sewing.  In fact, Vicki began sewing in Home Economics class in high school and enjoyed it so much that, with the help of her grandmother, she actually made her own high school Homecoming and Prom dresses.  How amazing is that!!  Now days, Vicki continues to enjoy sewing quilts for her grandchildren, corn hole bean bags, and lots of miscellaneous items that she gives as Christmas gifts to family and friends.