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Due to the continued “stay at home” order issued by Governor Pritzker, the administrative office and property management offices will remain closed through May 31, 2020.  If you are calling for an application, please visit "How to Apply" here on our website.  If you have a maintenance emergency work order, please call 618-463-6864.  Any questions may be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will get back with you as soon as possible.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.

MCHA Staff

618.345.5142

Fax: 618.345.5148

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

For additional information:

Centers for Disease Control

Illinois Department of Public Health

Madison County Health Department

 

Beginning March 3, 2020 applications will be taken Monday-Friday, 8:30am until 3:00pm. at the MCHA Central Office, 2 Eastport Plaza Drive, Collinsville, IL 62234. You may request an application be mailed to you at this time.

Any questions should be directed to 618.345.5142, Option 4.

 

 

A Message from the Executive Director

Welcome to the Madison County Housing Authority (MCHA) Website! 

 

Since 1939 the MCHA has been providing quality affordable housing opportunities for individuals and families while promoting self-sufficiency and neighborhood revitalization.

During the past decade, the current administration ramped up the efforts to address the replacement of our significantly deteriorated housing stock.

The old buildings were replaced with modern, vibrant developments designed to promote family self-sufficiency, and reinforce neighborhood reinvestment. 

The MCHA currently manages two mixed-finance developments. Occupancy rates are consistently above 95 percent. Two other mixed finance projects have been developed by other parties and are managed by private manage firms. 

The opening of each these new development leads to reductions in neighborhood crime,  a greater sense of security, and instills a sense of pride in maintaining the individual properties that should yield benefits for decades to come.

As these new developments have been taking shape, the MCHA has simultaneously been renovating the other older developments on its books, breathing new life into them and helping to ensure that they continue to provide safe and secure housing for the immediate future. 

Clearly the transformation that has occurred over the past decade has been remarkable, but as we’ve shown, our work is not yet done. We look forward to continuing to invest and reinvest in our properties and in our communities, so that low income families throughout Madison County have access to the safe, healthy housing environments that are the essential foundation for a brighter future. 

Andy Hightower   
Executive Director

 
 

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