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We are dedicated to provide a premier safe, secure, and diverse community where families are encouraged to set life goals through education, gainful employment, and healthy life styles, the LHA Founded in 1953 will never waver from its commitment to provide safe, affordable housing for the people who need it most by adhering to the core values

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LaGrange Housing Authority

The Housing Authority of the City of LaGrange, Georgia located at 201 Chatham Street and 611 Borton Street, LaGrange, Georgia was established in 1953. Since that time we have provided low income housing to families in the Troup County areas and surrounding counties.

NOTICE: We are now accepting housing applications. Incomplete applications will be classified as ineligible until all requirements are met. Qualified applicants should meet the working families status.

Phoenix Landing Community Transformation Plan 2017 (updated June 16, 2017)

Current Employment Openings: (updated September 2019), all opportunities can be
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How to Apply


LaGrange Housing Authority is now accepting applications for housing at this time.

Click here to complete and submit the application.

All applicants must meet the LaGrange Housing Authority’s screening criteria in order to be admitted to the LaGrange Housing Authority. Applicant’s families will be evaluated to determine whether, based on their recent behavior or past conduct such behavior could reasonably be expected to result in compliance with LaGrange’s public housing lease. Emphasis will be placed on whether a family’s admission could reasonably be expected to have a detrimental effect on the development’s environment, other residents, LaGrange Housing Authority employees, or other people residing in the immediate vicinity of the property. LaGrange Housing Authority will also review all financial history for rent or other amounts owed to any other housing authority or other debt to LaGrange Housing Authority including community service in connection with prior tenancy. Otherwise, eligible families will be denied admissions if they fail to meet the suitable criteria.

If assistance is needed, please contact the office to schedule an appointment for filling out the application online.