The Round Rock Housing Authority was established in 1966, with the first development being built in 1972. Today the Housing Authority owns 100 units and administers 125 Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers. Approximately 200 persons are assisted through these programs.
A five member board, including a resident board member, oversees the organization. The board is appointed by the Mayor and City Council. Each board member serves a two year term.
Board of Commissioners
The RRHA Board consists of five members, each of whom serves a two-year term. The board sets policy according to the U.S. Department of Urban Development (HUD) and governs the federally subsidized housing units in Round Rock. One of the five members must be a resident of one of the RRHA units. For the other four members there is no City residency requirement. Read More
Housing Information and Resources
RRHA provides access to affordable housing. This page provides a link to the most recent property information as well as a table of income requirements. To view
Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) housing information, go to the HCV page.
Click on this link, Properties, to see a listing of affordable housing currently available in the Round Rock area. The list is updated monthly.
Individuals/families must meet certain income requirement in order to be eligible for affordable housing. Click on this link, Income Requirements, to learn more about your eligibility. This information is updated as needed.
In addition to information about available properties, there is a link to a Form that landlords and potential landlords who wish to list their property or renew their listing. Forms