Seattle Housing Authority provides long-term rental housing and rental assistance to more than 26,000 people with low incomes. Learn more. We do not provide temporary shelter, emergency shelter, or transitional housing—but many other nonprofit housing organizations in Seattle do.

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Public Meetings

Regular Board meetings are usually held on the third Monday of the month. Informal Board briefings are usually held on the second Tuesday of the month.

The regular board meeting scheduled for Monday, June 16 at 5:00 p.m. has been cancelled. Learn more

The Regular Board Meeting will be held Monday, July 21 at 5:00 p.m. in the Jesse Epstein Conference Room, First Floor at 190 Queen Anne Avenue North in Seattle. Learn more

Inside Seattle Housing Authority

2014 Yesler Terrace update

This year will see big changes at Yesler Terrace! This phase of redevelopment includes significant low-income replacement housing, market-rate housing and neighborhood improvements, all right in the center of the community. More information »

Building Community email newsletter

Seattle Housing Authority's email newsletter, Building Community, is distributed to subscribers monthly. It is a digest of the agency's most important news releases and events. Subscribe to the Building Community newsletter.

Housing at High Point in the 1950s

Since 1939 Seattle Housing Authority has provided housing options for low-income residents throughout the city, including programs for the disabled and senior citizens. Learn more about Seattle Housing Authority's history.