About the Commission

The Albion Housing Commission has been conducting business since 1952. It is comprised of 220 units.

The Housing Commission Board of Directors consists of five members. All five members are appointed by the Mayor. The board members establish the overall policies in matters concerning the operation of the Housing Commission. The board of Directors meet every third Tuesday of the month. The term of each commissioner is 5 years.

Mission Statement

The Albion Housing Commission is an organization that strives to provide fair, affordable, safe and decent housing. The Albion Housing Commission is committed to creating opportunities for residents that ensure self-sufficiency and economic independence.

Properties

Northview Homes - 100 Units
Grandview Heights - 60 Units
Peabody Place - Elderly & Disabled - 40 Units
George V. Mather - Senior Homes - 20 Units

Amenities

  • Security Cameras for all sites
  • Bingo every Tuesday and Thursday
  • Saturday Morning Breakfast Program
  • 4 Laundry Facilities
  • Girl Scouts Program/Drum Line Program
  • Monthly Blood Screening for Seniors
  • Monthly potlucks to celebrate resident birthdays
  • Physical fitness area
  • Beauty Salon
  • 2 Smart Centers
  • 2 Community rooms which are used for resident activites, graduation parties, wedding receptions & birthday parties.


2017 Meetings Calendar

Photo Gallery

Housing Application

Policy Documents

VAWA Policy

Community Service Policy

 

Staff

Executive Director - ext. 15
Annquenette Kemp, PHM

Administrative Assistant - ext. 11
Callie Taylor

Occupancy Specialist - ext. 13
Priscilla Thomas

Resident Coordinator - ext. 14
Stannetta Rider

Accounting Specialist, ext. 12
Laura Zenoniani

Mainteance Supervisor, ext. 16 
Quentin Brown

Maintenance I, ext. 16
Michael Porter
Quentin Brown

Board of Commissioners

Chairperson
James Arnett

Vice Chairperson
Jane Bradley

Commissioners:
Odessa Brown
Sherry Grice

Resident Commissioner
Joyce Washington