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KCHA provides rental housing and assistance to more than 55,000 people. This quality, affordable housing supports health and self-sufficiency. Our community centers and educational programs help children succeed in school and in life. And our investments in smart, sustainable growth support the revitalization of local communities.
KCHA's updated voucher payment standards take effect on Jan. 1, 2022.
Renton Innovation Zone Partnership (RIZP), King County Housing Authority (KCHA) and U.S. Bank announced today a new partnership that will bring a HUD EnVision Center to West Hill’s Skyway community.
Stephen J. Norman, Executive Director, KCHA, the REDI Team and AAPI KCHA Family, have issued a public statement denouncing acts of hate against Asians and Asian Americans.
Stephen J. Norman, Executive Director, KCHA, has issued a public statement addressing the long-standing impacts of systemic racial discrimination, and the need to dismantle racism and eliminate inherent white advantage wherever it exists.