The Public Housing program consists of apartment complexes that are owned and managed by DCHA. Over 72 elderly and disabled citizens of Davis County live at the Meadows. Many residents of DCHA’s two dedicated senior and disabled housing complexes have diverse life goals and personal interests. DCHA recognizes that residents have varied needs and works to accommodate those needs by hosting events and partnering with service providers. In other public housing complexes - Thornwood Villa, Rosewood Villa, Center Court, Fieldcrest, and Parrish Lane - DCHA assists over 114 families in our community.
DCHA is committed to providing quality affordable housing to County residents. A Resident Advisory Board (RAB) was formed to assist DCHA with various issues relevant to apartment living. Staff and residents are working together and making new strides in creating safer communities. The RAB members are key players in the quest to build safe communities and are committed to making their complexes a place they are proud to call home. The residents serve as the resource and communication support between DCHA and other residents of their complex and offer suggestions and solutions to problems that may arise.
Our Mission is to monitor the needs of the low-income population, provide safe, decent, sanitary and affordable housing, maintain a superior level of public service to the community, and be a catalyst toward resident independence (self-sufficiency).