Welcome to the Falmouth Housing Authority
FHA's administrative office is closed to the public until further notice.
By order of the Town of Falmouth, all persons entering the interior of a residential multifamily dwelling are required to wear a cloth face covering. See the order here.
Note: As of 4/27/21 - The mask mandate has been lifted by the Governor for persons outdoors. Indoor masks mandates remain in effect.
1/29/21: State Housing Portfolio Annual Plan. Please visit this site to review the annual plans for housing authorities, including the Falmouth Housing Authority, across Massachusetts. The public hearing will be on March 16, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. Please visit our Agenda & Minutes page to learn more.
FHA Tenants: To report a general emergency, please call 9-1-1. To report a unit emergency, you may reach our Maintenance Department, during our regular business hours and when the office is closed, by calling our main telephone number (508) 548-1977, and following the prompts.
The Falmouth Housing Authority was established on August 16, 1948 under Article 98 of Chapter 121B of the General Laws governing the State of Massachusetts. Its jurisdiction is the Town of Falmouth that includes Woods Hole, East Falmouth, West Falmouth, North Falmouth and Waquoit.
FHA is committed to ensuring safe, decent and affordable housing by working cooperatively with community, state, federal and local officials. FHA always endeavors to make the best use of all available resources so our residents and participants can live in an atmosphere of dignity and respect, free from discrimination.
Our agency provides housing opportunities through the federal rental housing assistance (Housing Choice Vouchers - also known as Section 8 and DIAL Vouchers) and Massachusetts state housing programs. We also monitor 40b-approved affordable rental and home purchase properties. The majority of our program funding comes from:
Our programs and properties are targeted to assist low, very low, and extremely low-income households. The vast majority of our client households are extremely low-income families, seniors, veterans, persons with disabilities, and formally homeless. Working together with landlords, housing developers, charities and local governments, we strive to provide housing and support services to as many eligible families as possible. This website will be developed to provide service to our applicants, residents, landlords and the community by providing helpful information regarding the housing authority, its policies and procedures, the application, income-calculation and grievance process.
We look forward working with you and appreciate your comments.
The Falmouth Housing Authority is accepting applications for its state-aided (705 program) 2, 3 and 4 bedroom family housing waiting lists.