MARCH 20, 2020 - During these uncertain times, HACM is continually monitoring and responding to the rapidly changing situation with COVID-19. We are fully committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our residents, employees, and community as we work to stop the spread of the virus.
The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee has developed a Policy and Administrative Guidelines to address employment and workplace considerations related to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Interested persons are invited to comment on the Housing Authority’s 2020-2024 5-Year Plan documents at the public hearing.
HACM’s Westlawn Renaissance III project was recently awarded $750,000 in Affordable Housing Program (AHP) funding from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh.
Victory Manor, a 60-unit veterans preference apartment building developed by HACM’s development arm Travaux, was recently certified as LEED v4 for Homes – Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council.
We Wish You and Yours a Joyous and Safe Holiday Season
This year’s drive will support the Center for Veterans Issues: Vets Place Central. The goal is to collect basic household items for veterans living in temporary housing. With your commitment, we can help the individuals who have served our country.
The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee honors the life and legacy of civil rights leader and longtime Baltimore congressman, Elijah Cummings, who passed away Thursday, October 17, 2019 at the age of 68.
The Alexander Company and the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee begin efforts to rehabilitate and restore six buildings at the Milwaukee Soldiers Home (Soldiers Home), a National Historic Landmark District, located on the grounds of the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center.
HACM's public and voucher-assisted housing provides ongoing investment with wide-reaching returns. Investments generate multiple direct and indirect economic, environmental, and social benefits.
HACM welcomed nearly 300 people to its annual meeting to celebrate the ripples of hope created throughout its 75 years of providing high quality, affordable housing options and supportive services to Milwaukee families, seniors, disabled adults, and veterans.
On Thursday, June 20, the United States Senate confirmed Hunter Kurtz to serve as Assistant Secretary of Public and Indian Housing at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The Daily Reporter recently awarded HACM a Top Project of 2018 award for its Victory Manor development, a 60-unit veterans preference apartment building in the Westlawn Gardens Community.