Office of Housing
The Office of Housing coordinates and administers housing-related programs and services and makes recommendations to City Council on housing policy and affordable housing investments. Consistent with the Housing Master Plan's Housing for All policy and the ALL Alexandria Resolution, we work closely with partners to preserve, enhance and create affordable and accessible housing options across the City.
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City Hosts Tenant Rights and Responsibilities Workshops
Tenants are invited to learn about their rights and responsibilities related to leasing, maintenance, landlord-tenant laws, and evictions.
City Hosts Condominium and Community Association Workshops
Join us on October 22 for the first of four educational sessions to learn about condominium/community association owner rights & responsibilities.
2022 Housing Resource Guide Available
Learn about the City's varied programs and services supporting renters, homeowners, homebuyers, and landlords.
Download the Housing Resource Guide today in Spanish, Amharic, and Arabic!
COVID-19 Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Assistance
- As of May 15, 2022, new Rent Relief Program (RRP) applications are no longer being accepted by the State of Virginia. For eviction prevention services, please contact the Alexandria Eviction Prevention Program at 703.837.9300; Legal Aid of Virginia; or the Office of Community Services (OCS) at City’s Department of Community and Human Services at 703.746.5700 [text 703.346.5599].
- For landlord-tenant issues and to learn about available mediation services, please call the Office of Housing at 703.746.4990.
For mortgage relief in response to financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, please call the State of Virginia's Mortgage Relief Program at 833.687.8677 or apply online here.