Welcome to Georgetown Housing Authority

This is such a great place to live and we at Georgetown Housing Authority want to make sure 
that you have all the resources and referrals 
you need to improve your way of life and
 achieve your goals.

Nikki Brennan, Executive Director

About Us

At GHA, we offer numerous classes and activities to families, in addition we enable disabled and elderly residents to remain living independently and/or to age in place.  These include nutritional and health classes; exercise groups; medical, hearing and prescription meds screenings; defensive driving; financial literacy as well as classes about issues such as  identity fraud, etc. 

We have computer labs for resident use and offer computer classes with one on one computer tutors.  These are also used for job search and resume building as well as email access and to use as a medium for contacting family members.

We partner with various Home Health Care agencies and churches to provide assistance to our residents with household duties and yard work.  We host family activities in partnership with the Georgetown Church of Christ, the First Baptist Church of Georgetown, Celebration Church and annually partner with the Boys and Girls Club as well as the Stonehaven Senior Center to celebrate holidays, new resident dinners, Neighborhood night out events and other activities.   

It is very exciting to me that our residents have more advantages than offered at any other rental units in Georgetown. 


"The Georgetown Housing Authority employs imaginative solutions to provide quality affordable homes, communities, and opportunities for self-sufficiency through innovative collaboration with public and private enterprises."


The Georgetown Housing Authority's vision is to be recognized as a premier high-performing housing authority by:

  • Continually improving the physical conditions of its housing units;

  • Expanding the number of quality affordable housing units;

  • Providing services to its applicants and residents, assisting them in developing the means to move up and out of assisted housing;

  • Giving the elderly the opportunities to "age in place"; and

  • Ensuring a safe environment for its residents.