HUD Field Offices
- Year Started HUD Field Offices were created in 1965.
- Administratering Agency HUD Field Offices are administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
- Total Units Count HUD Field Offices do not track the number of units that are assisted by HUD programs.
- Total Assisted Units Count HUD Field Offices do not track the number of units that are assisted by HUD programs.
- # Persons / Houshold Served HUD Field Offices serve all households, regardless of income or race.
- Funding Agency HUD Field Offices are funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
- Population Targeted HUD Field Offices are targeted at all populations, regardless of age, gender, or disability.
- Client Group Type HUD Field Offices serve all households, regardless of income or race.
- Housing Type Name HUD Field Offices do not track the type of housing that is assisted by HUD programs.
- Last Updated April 27, 2023
If the resource information above is incorrect, please notify your local HUD field office.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is responsible for addressing the housing needs of people in America. People with low income, seniors, or those who have mental or physical disabilities may be eligible for assistance from HUD when it comes to fulfilling their housing needs. The major purpose of HUD is to help Americans afford suitable living environments for themselves and their families.
HUD Divides the country into 10 different geographical areas associating a particular Regional HUD Office within each of these areas. Each region then has Field offices to assist in covering the service areas it is associated with. There are a total of 54 Field Offices throughout the country. Each Field Office is designated to cover particular geographic areas.
The 10 Counties under South Florida include Charlotte, Broward, Collier, Dade, Hendry, Lee, Monroe, Martin, Palm Beach, and Glades. The field office director is Luis M. Rolle. Its building name is Brickell Plaza Federal Building. Some of its rental programs include Housing choice vouchers and many more. For more information you can reach out to this office via mail, phone or online.
Frequently Asked Questions
Statutory and Regulatory Authority
Section 202, Housing Act of 1959
- 12 U.S.C.A. § 1701q
Section 811, National Affordable Housing Act of 1990
- 42 U.S.C.A § 8013
Select HUD Regulations
- 24 C.F.R. Part 247 (evictions)
- 24 C.F.R. Part 891 (supportive housing for the elderly and persons with disabilities)
For more information, search to contact your local HUD .