Public Housing Services
Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority (GMHA) is a public housing program that is designed to help Greene County citizens and their families with affordable housing options. GMHA is a non-profit agency located in Xenia, Ohio.
Serving Greene County
Our 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, townhomes, and garden apartments.
Additionally, GMHA owns and manages over 100 1 Bedroom Units. This is housing for our elderly and disabled individuals. These units are generally ground-level apartments.
Our affordable public housing communities include; Beavercreek, Cedarville, Fairborn, Xenia, and Yellow Springs.
Public Notice – Board Meetings and Other Notifications.
To support the Greene County citizens seeking public housing programs and other affordable housing programs, the Greene County Metropolitan Housing Authority holds regular board meetings to discuss developing needs and solutions.
Visit our Public Notice page for details on GMHA Board Meetings, Request For Proposals, and special news and announcements.
Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority Disclaimer
This website was created to provide information about the Greene Metropolitan Housing Authority. The information and materials contained on this website are the property of GMHA and may not be reproduced and/or copied and distributed. GMHA makes no warranties, either expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or timeliness of the information and materials on this website.
This website does contain links to other websites which are not related to GMHA. These links are provided as a convenience to those visiting the GMHA website; however, GMHA is not responsible for the content and subject matter on these external websites.
*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.