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Serving Columbus, Buena Vista, Ellaville,
Hamilton, Pine Mountain and Waverly Hall

Waitlist Open Notice: The Banks at Mill Village Apartments Waitlist is NOW OPEN. A premier river front property. The property consists of one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Eligible applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Please go to and click on "Applicant Login" or go to 1146 Martin Luther King Blvd, Columbus, GA 31906 to complete an application or call (706)-571-2873.

We are continuing to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and following the recommendations and guidelines at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) with the health and well-being of our customers and staff in mind. The Housing Authority of Columbus Georgia is open to the general public. Please call our main office at 706-571-2800 if you should have any further questions.

The mission of The Housing Authority of Columbus, Georgia is to provide more quality affordable housing in various areas of our community that offer opportunities for individuals and families to become self-sufficient and improve their quality of life.

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Moving To Work

Moving to Work (MTW) is a demonstration program for public housing authorities (PHAs) that provides them flexibility to create and test innovative housing strategies and to use federal funds more efficiently to help residents become self-sufficient and increase housing choices for low-income families.

In 2013, HACG formally joined the MTW Demonstration Program by agreement with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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For Landlords

To become a participating landlord with HACG, go to Housing Opportunities and Landlord information to help get you started.

HACG Names New CEO

Effective July 1, The Housing Authority of Columbus Georgia named Lisa L. Walters Chief Executive Officer. We welcome Lisa in this new role.

Our Communities

See details and other information about area public housing communities.

Family Self-Sufficiency

This voluntary program is designed to help public housing residents achieve economic independence and housing self-sufficiency.