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Our History

We were established in 1970 as Housing Authority of the City of Klamath Falls. In 1975 we became South-Central Oregon Housing Association, Inc by action of the Klamath County Commissioners to address the housing needs of lower income households for all of Klamath County residents.


We were organized in 1976 as a public corporation under Housing Authority Law of the State of Oregon (ORS Chapter 456). KHA is a municipal corporation, a political subdivision and a quasi-government agency.

 

A cooperation agreement between Klamath and Lake counties was signed in 1976.

  • 59 units of project based voucher housing in Klamath Falls

  • 24 units of farm worker housing in Klamath Falls

  • 16 units of senior/disabled housing in Lakeview

  • 28 units of tax credit housing in Lakeview

  • 24 units of veterans housing

  • 130 units of tax credit in Klamath Falls

  • 8 units of rural development in Bonanza

  • 12 units of rural development in Merrill

  • 12 units of specialty housing by referral only in Klamath Falls

  • 1,022 vouchers given in Klamath Falls

Community Accomplishments

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Klamath Housing Authority currently serves more than 1300 families through a variety of programs and services.