Housing Authority

We are asking all Lafayette County residents who are either renters or landlords to please complete and share the attached Reasonable Rent Survey.

This survey is for informational purposes only and is completely anonymous.

Thank you in advance for your honesty and cooperation with this survey.


The Housing Authority Mission

Our mission is to provide and develop quality affordable housing opportunities for individuals and families while promoting self-sufficiency and neighborhood revitalization.

The Housing Authority Values

  • Housing is a basic right and a foundation for success in life. All of us benefit when we have a safe place to call home. 
  • Housing is a foundation which enables us to support the lives of residents with excellent programs for their individual growth and welfare. 
  • We build and manage housing that is safe and well maintained. 
  • We collaborate to create and maintain nurturing communities. 
  • Individuals should be able to choose the housing that best meets their needs.


Lafayette County Housing Authority (LCHA) owns and operate a total of 85 units in scattered sites across Lafayette County, administering two housing programs, which include: 85 Section 8 – New Construction/Multi-Family units, and 55 - Section 8 – Housing Choice Vouchers.



LCHA owns and manages 85 units in this program, which are located in seven buildings in various towns throughout the county, for the elderly and disabled.  Of the 85 units, there are 68 one bedroom units, fourteen of those being handicapped equipped; and there are 17 two-bedroom units.



LCHA administers 55 Housing Choice Vouchers in Lafayette County

Waiting list currently open.