To make Marion County a better place to live by developing, administering, and maintaining safe, decent, affordable housing for its citizens.
The Marion County Housing Authority is a non-profit corporation with the three Marion County Commissioners as its board of directors. The agency, financed primarily with state and federal grants and loans, works with builders, local banks and a variety of other community partners to build and maintain affordable housing to match with eligible families and individuals.
MCHA also provides housing assistance to low income families, elderly people and people with disabilities who reside in the Marion County area (excluding the cities of Salem and Keizer as well as County administered lands within in the Urban Growth Boundary). Click here for Map.
Offices of the Housing Authority at 2645 Portland Rd. NE, Suite 200 in Salem. Our office hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.
- Marion County Housing Authority’s
Annual and 5-year Plan
- CFP 2012
- MCHA Personnel Rules
- Marion County Housing Authority
Section 8 Voucher Program
FY 2013 Income Limits Summary
|Marion County, Oregon
|FY 2013 Income Limit Area||Median Income||FY 2013 Income Limit Category||1 Person||2 Person||3 Person||4 Person||5 Person||6 Person||7 Person||8 Person|
|Marion County||$53,300||Very Low (50%) Income Limits||$19,950||$22,800||$25,650||$28,500||$30,800||$33,100||$35,350||$37,650|
|Extremely Low (30%) Income Limits||$12,000||$13,700||$15,400||$17,100||$18,500||$19,850||$21,250||$22,600|
|Low (80%) Income Limits||$31,950||$36,500||$41,050||$45,600||$49,250||$52,900||$56,550||$60,200|
NOTE: Marion County is part of the Salem, OR MSA. The Salem, OR MSA contains the following areas: Marion County, OR ; and Polk County, OR.