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Pinellas County Housing Authority Celebrates Completion of Community Revitalization

    On Thursday, May 21, 2015, approximately 150 guests attended the ribbon cutting celebration for the beautiful, completely renovated, Landings at Cross Bayou in St. Petersburg. Prior to its gut rehab and renovation, the property was a vintage 1970’s public housing property with failing infrastructure. The Landings at Cross Bayou was the first HUD […]

Pinellas Heights Waiting List Closure

The Project Based Section 8 Waiting List for Pinellas Heights will be closing on March 26th, 2015. Pinellas County Housing Authority has determined that the current Project Base Section 8 waiting list at Pinellas Heights has sufficient number of eligible applicants for the next 12 months. For more information, click to download the notice. Pinellas Heights Wait List Closing […]

PCHA Featured in Affordable Housing News Magazine

Affordable Housing News recently featured PCHA in an article about our 50th anniversary and some of our upcoming projects! The Pinellas County Housing Authority has developed quality affordable housing for its community for more than 50 years. The agency now owns and manages 1,756 public and affordable housing units and an additional 3,200 Housing Choice Vouchers; […]

PCHA Celebrates 50th Anniversary!

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Pinellas County Housing Authority. Since 1965, PCHA has continued to be a proven leader and innovator in affordable housing. To commemorate the occasion, photos and articles from the PCHA archives will be presented to show the historical importance of housing in Pinellas. To learn more about what […]

First Residents Return to Landings at Cross Bayou in Time for Thanksgiving

Just in time for Thanksgiving, residents have started returning to Pinellas County Housing Authority’s (PCHA) newly renovated Landings at Cross Bayou in St. Petersburg. As the holiday season approaches, the families to return to the new community are settling into brand new, energy efficient, affordable housing units. Ms. Pamela Quince, a returning resident said, “The […]

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