An Update for Our Community
As the owner and operator of over 1,100 units of affordable housing throughout Washington County, we play a critical role ensuring that all our neighbors have a good, safe, and decent place to call home. But community development goes beyond housing. From facilitating the growth of small businesses to funding critical services for the homeless.
COVID-19 Assistance & Resources
What We Offer The Community
Whether it’s locating resources for your growing business, finding an affordable rental for your growing family, buying your first home, or getting help to keep or improve the one you’ve already got, our services are free and available to all Washington county residents.
Open to Business
We’ve been thrilled with the response across Washington County to Open to Business (OTB) – our collaboration with the Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers (MCCD) to help small and growing businesses secure access to free technical assistance and critical loans to help them flourish.
- $1.7 million
in investment leveraged in 2018
entrepreneurial clients served
are likely to recommend OTB services to others
Homeowners looking for COVID-19 related assistance
COVID Assistance Relief for Homeownership Program (CARH)
Rental tenants looking for COVID-19 related assistance
Financial Relief available for Washington County Renters - Application Deadline is Friday, November 13, 2020
A separate program providing rental assistance will be administered by Washington County’s Community Services Department. Please call Economic Support intake line: 651.430.6459 or HOST Housing line 651.430.6488.
Our Board of Commissioners meets for regular meetings at 3 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month. Meetings are held in the board room at the CDA office, 7645 Currell Blvd., Woodbury.View Agendas & Minutes About Meeting Minutes