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Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority

Greene Metro Housing



2020 Census


Have you completed your 2020 Census yet?  The results of the 2020 Census will help determine how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding flow into communities every year for the next decade. That funding shapes many different aspects of every community, no matter the size, no matter the location.

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Committed to providing quality, affordable housing to our citizens.

Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority (GMHA) is a public housing program that is designed to help the Greene County citizens and their families with affordable housing options. GMHA is a non-profit agency located in Xenia, Ohio.

GMHA Offices located in Xenia OhioOur agency owns and manages over 200 Family Units. These units are unique because they are dispersed throughout Greene county. Family units consist of two, three and four bedroom homes, town homes and garden apartments.  

Additionally, GMHA owns and manages over 100 Elderly Units. This is housing for our elderly and disabled individuals.  These units are generally one-bedroom, ground level apartments.

Our affordable public housing communities include; Beavercreek, Cedarville, Fairborn, Xenia and Yellow Springs.

Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority is dedicated to serving our community year around and we welcome any questions you may have. Contact Us today to get your questions answered.

*All handbags, backpacks, purses, diaper bags and all other bags must be checked at the front desk. Failure to do so may result in your appointment being rescheduled. 

Press Release - 2019 Point In Time Count

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires counts of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons for those communities receiving federal funding from the Continuum of Care (CoC) and Emergency Solutions Grant Programs. These are called Point-in-Time Counts (PIT). On January 22th, 2019 the Street & Sheltered Point-in-Time Count & Survey will be conducted across Greene County and the State of Ohio. The “Point-In-Time” count & survey provides statistically accurate data on the homeless population in Greene County.

Collecting data on the numbers and characteristics of homeless individuals and families as well as homeless services capacity can serve additional purposes over and beyond meeting HUD requirements. Accurate counts offer several benefits including understanding homelessness in our community in order to end it.

Volunteers are needed to work with the shelter providers and social service agencies to help assist with this count. If you have time or resources to assist with the count please contact Brenda Smallwood or Joyce Huddleson at Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority. 937-376-2908.