Overview & Purpose:
Moline housing Authority (MHA) is an assisted housing
organization. We operate in accordance with policies established
by a Five-member Board of Commissioner’s and regulations &
statutes administered by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban
Established in 1944, The Moline Housing Authority (MHA) is a
medium sized housing authority located in the Mid Western
region. We make up part of a “Quad City” area, comprised of four
major cities, (Iowa & Illinois) bordered by the wondrous
Our High performing housing authority is located in the City of
Moline, Illinois and operates 486 public housing units. And
administer 234 Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8). Both
programs are HUD assisted housing programs designed to assist
eligible low-income families
The public housing units are located in three (3) “community “
development sites. Each apartment is clean, spacious
unfurnished, full sized kitchen with basic appliances. MHA
provides capital improvements through upgrades to our community
development units to offer a recent living atmosphere. Also,
modern playground equipment is available for children to enjoy a
safe and healthy outdoor experience.
We take pride in the full-time maintenance department that
performs regularly scheduled maintenance on our properties and
handles all resident work order requests for service.
Our community’s safe environment offers clean grounds, with
additional security (COP), supportive service programs &
activities to assist adult & youth individual needs moving them
toward self-sufficiency…. Each residential community has
recently remodeled community room areas for activities &
programs, laundry room areas and Service provided with a
“Customer First” attitude.
Serving the customer has become our front-line responsibility
revived. This charge also allowed us to shift priorities and
pursue initiatives toward becoming more competitive and
MHA embraces the Resident Participation requirement to improve
the residential housing communities quality of life. MHA meets
all requirements to partnering with the residential community.
MHA has a resident appointed board member and an active Resident
Advisory Board. also known as the RAB board. Each member is
either a resident of the public housing or Housing Choice
voucher (HCV) program. Members are representative of the
residents of their community.
Low income Public Housing
Spring Brook development- Family sized units offer one-four
Spring Valley- Hillside developments - Efficiency – One-bedroom
units for singles or couples.
Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8)
MHA administer 234 Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8). The HCV
program is a public/private partnership designed to provide rent
subsidies for qualifying low-income families using privately
owned rental housing in the community. The program is also
funded and regulated by HUD. MHA acts as the agent for HUD in
the HCV program making subsidy payments to private landlords.