The Housing Authority of the City of Eureka was incorporated on August 6, 1946. The Housing Authority was established

to provide clean, decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for low-income families. The Housing Authority of the City

of Eureka is an independent agency, with operations separate from those of the City of Eureka. Currently the Housing

Authority owns and operates several housing projects throughout the City of Eureka, including Eureka Family Housing,

Eureka Senior Housing and Public Housing Projects.  The projects are low rent and provide housing to families, seniors

and individuals that meet income eligibility requirements.  All of the units owned and operated by the Housing Authority

of the City of Eureka are smoke free and have been since January 01, 2013.


The Housing Authority of the County of Humboldt was incorporated on December 1, 1970. The Housing Authority of the

County of Humboldt was established to help obtain clean, decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing for low-income

families.  The Housing Authority is an independent agency, with operations separate from those of the County of Humboldt.

Currently the Housing Authority administers assistance through the Section 8, Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program.

The program allows income eligible individuals to receive vouchers for rental assistance payments for qualified housing

throughout the County of Humboldt.


The Housing Authority of the City of Eureka and County of Humboldt is a Public Housing agency that operates
under the authority of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development​ (HUD). We are governed by local,
state and federal laws, rules and regulations. As such, we post our plans and reports in compliance with our governing bodies.