Port Chester Housing Authority
The Port Chester Housing Authority (PCHA) was established in 1942 as a non-profit public corporation to provide “safe, decent and sanitary dwellings at rents that person(s) of low income can afford.”
PCHA is a local agency that receives financial assistance from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The housing authority’s inventory consists of five developments: Midland Court, a 120 unit family development, Harborview and Parkview, each a 48 unit family development, and Drew Gardens and Brooksville Terrace, each a 62 unit senior citizen development.
Monthly Board Meeting
• Occupancy Reports:
Please bring the filled out packet to our office ASAP to determine your new rent.
• The Waiting List is
Applications are no longer being accepted. We will provide advance notice when the Waiting List re-opens.
• Rent is due by the 5th day of each month.
Payment(s) can be made in person, or by mail. For a list of addresses, click here.
• If your income has recently changed, you must fill out a Change Form and personally submit it to the office.