FWHA develops, owns, and operates quality affordable and accessible housing for citizens of
Fort Worth and Tarrant County with a range of incomes utilizing various federal, state, and local programs. Our agency currently provides more than 6,000 units of quality affordable housing and serves more than 18,000 citizens.
The Conventional Public Housing program is housing that is owned and managed by the Housing Authority. This program includes subsidized rental housing for low- and moderate income eligible families, elderly, and persons with disabilities. Families pay a rental amount that is generally 30% of their adjusted income.
Currently, FWHA owns and manages three (3) family site developments, one elderly and handicapped site and several scattered site units located throughout the City of Fort Worth. Communities offer property management, maintenance and various programs and services for residents.
FWHA is an Equal Housing Opportunity agency. It is our policy to provide services without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, familial status, physical handicap or disability.
Traditional Public Housing
Butler Place Apartments 1201 Luella Street, 76102
Cavile Place Apartments
1401 Etta Street, 76105
Villas of Oak Hill (formerly Stonegate Villas) 2501 Oak Hill Circle, 76109
Sycamore Center Villas 7901 Chandra Lane, 76134
Overton Park Townhomes 5501 Overton Ridge Blvd., 76132
Cambridge Court Apartments 8135 Calmont Ave., 76116
Candletree Apartments 7425 S Hulen, 76133
Wind River Apartments 8725 Calmont Ave., 76116