About GMHA

About Greene Metropolitan Housing

Greene Metro Housing

Our Vision: Housing that works to enhance life in Greene County.

Our Mission Statement: Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority is committed to providing quality, affordable housing and services in an efficient and creative manner.

Greene County housing GMHA works towards the following goals:

  • Expand the supply of housing opportunities.
  • Disperse housing throughout county, within each locality.
  • Offer low income families better locations for housing.
  • Aid in upgrading local housing through GMHA programs.
  • Be sensitive to the goals and desires of the community.
  • Respect the dignity and rights of tenants.

To meet these goals, GMHA offers a variety of programs to help tenants maintain and enjoy their housing units.  GMHA receives most of its funding through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The five member board that governs GMHA is appointed by; the Probate and Common Pleas Courts, the County Commissioners, and the Mayor of Beavercreek.

Board Members

  • Brenda Smallwood, Executive Director
  • Cecil Brown, Chair
  • Nancy Hadley, Vice Chair
  • Marsha Bayless,  Board Member
  • Gerry Coen, Board Member

Board of Commissioners - Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday at 4:30pm of each month except the month of August.

Public Hearing Notice

Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority (GMHA) has updated its Annual Agency Plan for 2016. It is available for review at GMHA's office located at 538 N. Detroit St., Xenia, OH 45385. GMHA's elderly developments in Fairborn, Xenia and Yellow Springs; at the public libraries in Beavercreek, Cedarville, Fairborn, Yellow Springs and Xenia. GMHA's hours of operation are 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday. In Addition, a public hearing will be held in December, 2016 in GMHA's Board Room.