Whether you are looking for a home in one of CHA’s communities or have your eye on another rental residence in Columbia, these links will help you make your move.
One-to-four bedroom townhomes in a community setting with on-site Laundromats, playgrounds and some off-street parking. Nestled in the heart of Columbia with easy access to after-school programs, adult education, financial education, parks, the library and bus transportation.
Newly renovated in 2017, these 84 townhome apartments contain a mix of 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments. These apartments are very energy efficient and contain all new plumbing and electrical systems, new siding and windows, new cabinets and appliances, washer & dryer hook ups, front and back porches, laundry facility, and a neighborhood park. Some ADA accessible apartments are available.
Newly renovated in 2017, these 76 apartments contain a mix of 1, 2, 3, & 4 bedroom townhomes in a tranquil setting just north of Vandiver Drive off Rangeline street. These apartments are very energy efficient and contain new cabinets and appliances, washer & dryer hook ups, new flooring, new siding and windows, a laundry facility, and a neighborhood park. Some ADA accessible apartments are available. Some ADA accessible apartments are available.
A Head Start program and an Early Head Start program are located on site.
Newly renovated in 2018, Oak Towers contains 147 one-bedroom and efficiency apartments designated for seniors ages 55 and older, Oak Towers offers an on-site laundry room, exercise room and computer lab, as well as an Independent Living Coordinator to help people keep living on their own. All utilities are provided. Some ADA accessible apartments are available.
Newly renovate in 2017, Paquin Tower contains one-bedroom and efficiency that are fully ADA-accessible. Paquin Tower is designate for person with disabilities and the elderly ages 55 and older. All utilities are provided. Parks and Recreation operated an adapted recreation program in the building with a craft studio and various activities for residents. A laundry facility is provided along with a computer lab. There is a city park located next to the building.
The McBaine Avenue Townhomes are affordable, two-and-three bedroom, fully ADA-accessible townhomes which rent for a modest flat rate. Each home has plenty of closet space, off-street parking and new, energy-efficient appliances. There are currently no openings at the Townhomes.
The charming, affordable bungalows located at 711 Mikel and 904 Madison Streets are located in a quiet, bicycle and pedestrian friendly neighborhood. Each home has new, energy-efficient appliances, off-street parking and generous yard space. Both homes are in the West Boulevard Elementary school district. There are currently no openings at these homes.
The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program gives families the chance to rent privately-owned housing throughout Columbia and Boone County without breaking their budgets.
The waiting list for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is closed at this time. The waiting list is not expected to open again until sometime in 2018 due to the large number of applicants currently on the waiting list.
All CHA housing and programs comply with federal, state and local Fair Housing Laws. CHA does not discriminate against applicants or residents on the basis of their race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, disability, familial status, gender identity, sexual orientation or marital status. In addition, CHA provides “reasonable accommodations” to applicants and residents if they or any family members have a disability. A reasonable accommodation is a structural change CHA can make to its units or common areas, or a modification of a rule, policy, procedure, or service, that will assist an otherwise eligible applicant or resident with a disability to make effective use of CHA’s programs.
Unfortunately, CHA has no emergency housing for persons experiencing homelessness. We do work closely with local health and human service agencies dedicated to helping people find shelter and services while they wait for more permanent homes. Please contact them if you or someone you know is facing homelessness. The Voluntary Action Center and the Missouri 211 web site also provides information about available resources.
True North provides emergency shelter and services to victims of domestic violence.
The Section 8 Waiting List is now open!
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CHA provides housing assistance to over 1,900 families in Columbia and Boone County.
Families pay 30% of their adjusted household income for rent.
Our Family Self-Sufficiency Programs help families develop five-year plans for self-sufficiency.
201 Switzler St.
Columbia, MO 65201
(573) 443-2556 phone
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