Mobile Hero

It is the mission of the Quincy Housing Authority to enhance the City of Quincy community by creating and sustaining safe, decent, sanitary and affordable housing environments for people of low income.

How to Apply

Applying for public housing is simple. Click on one of the links below.

Quincy Housing News

Quincy Housing News


Legal Notice

On Monday, January 23, 2023 the Draft Annual Public Housing Agency Plan of the Quincy Housing Authority (QHA), as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will be available for a forty-five (45) day public review and comment period. The Draft is available for inspection by the public on the QHA website, and at the Main Office of the Authority, 80 Clay Street, Quincy, Massachusetts, The Draft is also available at each of the following locations:   109 Curtis Avenue, 73 Bicknell Street, and 170 Copeland Street.  These locations are all wheelchair accessible and reasonable accommodations will be provided to persons requesting assistance.  Please contact the main office should you need a reasonable accommodation.  The Agency Plan is scheduled to be submitted to HUD on March 17, 2023 or thereabouts.  A Public Hearing to consider comments on the Draft Agency Plan  will be held Monday, March 13th, at 4:00 PM in the Community Room on the 12th floor of the QHA’s principal office located at 80 Clay Street, Quincy, MA 02170.  Additionally, the Quincy Housing Authority Board of Commissioners will meet on March 16, 2023 at 5:00 pm to consider adoption of the Agency Plan before its submission to HUD; any additional comments on the Agency Plan will be considered up to this meeting.  This Board Meeting will also be in the Community Room on the 12th floor at 80 Clay Street.  Anyone wishing further information on the QHA’s Agency Plan should contact Carolyn M. Crossley, Assistant Executive Director at (617) 847-4350 ext. 200.

More News


I used to be homeless living out of my car and am so grateful living at to be one of Quincy Housing Authorities properties. I have been a resident for 30 years and love it here! The property is well maintained, the maintenance staff fixes reported issues very quickly. The staff is great! There is bingo on Sundays in the building as well as social events and cookouts in the summer. Thankful to be living in Quincy Housing.
Since joining the ROSS program in 2018 I went from unemployed to employed and raised my credit score 100 points! I have attended many helpful hard and soft skills programs at support services. I cannot say enough about all of these helpful programs available to federal families. Quincy Housing is a great place to live.

Contact Us

Translate »