Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

State in United States

District of Columbia has a land area of 61.1 square miles and a water area of 7.2 square miles. It is the 51st largest state by area. District of Columbia is bordered by Maryland and Virginia.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is on its mission to provide decent and affordable housing to Americans with low-income. Within the United States there are 10 different geographical regions that HUD has been divided into. Depending on where your state is located you would be zoned to one of these Regional Offices. To find your Regional office: Affordable Housing411 Regional Office Page.

Within these Regional Offices zones there are 54 different Field Offices. Again, depending on your location you will be zoned to a particular Field Office. To Find Your Field Office visit: Affordable Housing411 Field Offices Page.

Lastly locally there are almost 4,000 Local Housing Authorities Offices. To find your local office visit: Affordable Housing411 Public Housing Authority Page

Each State or area can have different income limits and eligibility requirements. We recommend you contact your local housing authority for specific income guidelines.

The State of Washington, D.C. is located in Seattle Regional Office. Within Washington, D.C. there are . Throughout Washington, D.C. there are .

We at Affordable Housing 411, have gathered all the contact information for all of HUD’s Offices. We want to be an advocate for those in need of affordable housing.


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Region III Interagency Council on Homelessness The purpose of the Regional III Interagency Council on Homelessness (ICH) is to mirror the work of the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness in Washington, DC (USICH) by coordinating the regional federal agencies’ response to homelessness. The federal agencies and State and local partners are able to increase collaboration through this council to prevent and end homelessness.

Region III News News you can use for HUD partners and customers in Delaware, The District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.

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Last Updated: September 8, 2023