Documents Available for Public Review and Comment

The following Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) documents are now available to the public for review and comment:

The deadline to submit all comments is November 30, 2020.

HABC will hold a virtual public meeting at 4:00 pm on Tuesday November 24, 2020 via video conference through Cisco WebEx. You will be required to register for the video conference if you wish to submit comments during the public meeting or otherwise listen to the proceedings.

In order to submit comments during the video conference, upon registering, please select the drop down response to indicate whether you want to make comments at the meeting.  You must register for the virtual meeting no later than November 23, 2020.

In order to register for, and join the meeting, please click here.

Comments on the FY 2021 Annual Plan may be submitted to HABC by:

  1. Email to Ms. Joyce Stewart at
  2. Registering to attend the public meeting by November 23, 2020 and answering “Yes” to the question; “Do you want to make a comment?”; and
  3. First-class mail to Ms. Stewart at:

Housing Authority of Baltimore City
417 E. Fayette Street – Suite 1314
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Attention: Joyce Stewart

Final 2020 Fair Housing Analysis

HABC collaborated with a group of six local governments, five public housing authorities (PHAs), and the Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) to complete the 2020 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice in the Baltimore Region (AI). The analysis includes a considerable amount of data and input from a series of regional and local stakeholder meetings and a resident survey.  It also includes action steps to be taken by the participants regionally and in their specific jurisdictions.  Click on this link to read the Analysis.

You can click here to view the full 2020 fair housing analysis on the BMC website. This analysis uses data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other sources to identify impediments to housing choice for populations protected under the Fair Housing Act and proposed action steps to be incorporated into jurisdictional Consolidated Plans and PHA plans that begin July 1, 2020.

If you have any questions specific to HABC, please contact Amy Wilkinson at