Greene County Housing GMHA works towards the following goals:

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  • Expand the supply of housing opportunities.
  • Disperse housing throughout the 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.

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.

Greene County Metropolitan Housing offers a variety of housing 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 Probate and Common Pleas Courts, the County Commissioners, and the Mayor of Beavercreek appoint the five-member board that governs GMHA.

Resources

GMHA Public Records Policy

2024 GMHA Agency Plan

GMHA Board Members

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Brenda Smallwood, Executive Director
Cecil Brown, Board Chair
Nancy Hadley, Vice Chair
Marilyn McCauley, Board Member
Vacant – Board Member
Stacy Leggett, Resident Member

Board of Commissioners

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

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.

We invite you to stop by our office for more about Greene County Housing Authority and how we can help.