The Housing Authority of Cook County is the second largest public housing authority in Illinois. Established in 1946, the Housing Authority of Cook County is a municipal corporation whose jurisdiction spans 108 communities. We believe that when residents have access to affordable housing, economic opportunity and a suitable living environment free from discrimination, people thrive.
We place a priority on respect for all our residents and landlords.
Honesty and candor are critical for us to maintain trust with all of the people we serve.
We believe that we are stronger when we act together, with unified purpose and vision.
The safety and well-being of all our residents and landlords is of utmost priority.
We commit to honesty and open communication with our residents and landlords.
Affordable Housing Programs
The Housing Authority of Cook County administers several rental assistance programs to meet the housing needs of those who need it most in Suburban Cook County. The Housing Authority of Cook County’s conventional public housing program consists of over 2,100 owned units of low-income housing. The Rental Assistance Division services over 13,000 families, senior citizens, and persons with disabilities. Other programs such as the Community Choice Program, Family Self-Sufficiency Program, and Homeownership Program are designed to help clients reach their goals and move toward independence.
9,282Individuals with Disabilities
734Individuals from Families Homeless at Admission
February 16, 2024
Assistant Property Manager (Floater) NorthFull-time