Housing Committees & Boards

The Alexandria Housing Affordability Advisory Committee and the Landlord-Tenant Relations Board provide guidance to the City on issues related to the maintenance and promotion of affordable housing.

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Housing Contributions Workgroup

A housing contributions workgroup was convened to discuss affordable housing contributions as they relate to rezoning, master plan (land use) amendment, commercial to residential building conversion, and senior housing projects. 

Draft summary recommendations:

Upcoming Meetings

  • Planning Commission Public Hearing: to be determined
  • City Council Public Hearing: to be determined

Past Meetings

Alexandria Housing Affordability Advisory Committee (AHAAC)

AHAAC advises City Council on issues regarding the preservation and creation of affordable housing; makes recommendations on policies governing the City's Housing Trust Fund (HTF) and Housing Opportunities Fund; works with staff to monitor the implementation of the Housing Master Plan; and oversees the administration of the HTF. The Committee typically meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall, Room 2000. Meetings are open to the public. To learn more, please contact Tamara Jovovic at tamara.jovovic@alexandriava.gov or 703-746-3097 or visit the City Boards and Commissions page.

Upcoming Meeting

  • TBD

Past Meetings

Please click here to access materials from FY16 AHAAC meetings.    

Landlord-Tenant Relations Board

The Landlord-Tenant Relations Board conciliates landlord-tenant complaints, and recommends and reports to City Council on legislation and policy in landlord-tenant relations. The Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. To learn more, please contact Melodie Seau at melodie.seau@alexandriava.gov or 703-746-4990.

Upcoming Meeting

  • TBD

Past Meetings

For more information, please visit the City Boards and Commissions page. 

Alexandria Housing Development Corporation Board of Directors

Incorporated as a separate 501 (c)(3) nonprofit housing development entity by the City of Alexandria, the primary mission of AHDC is to acquire, develop, preserve, operate and manage affordable housing in the City of Alexandria for very low, low and moderate income families and households.  

Materials from Past AHAAC (AHAC) Meetings