Ferndale Housing Commission

415 Withington, Ferndale, MI 48220
Phone: 248-547-9500  •  Fax: 248-547-1137  •   TDD: 800-545-1833 ext. 818
dwilson@ferndalehousing.com


Director Wilson joins her colleagues and visits Senator Debbie Stabenow, when in Washington DC for the NAHRO Legislative Conference.

Mission Statement

The Ferndale Housing Commission’s mission is to provide affordable housing free from discrimination and to ensure quality housing in a safe and cost effective manner through cooperation and communication with our residents and participants.

About FHC

The Ferndale Housing Commission has played an important role in providing affordable housing opportunities for the lower income residents of the City of Ferndale, since its inception in 1969. The commission administers 125 units of elderly/disabled housing in two, separate high rise apartment buildings, 43 family houses scattered throughout the City, and rental assistance for families through the Section 8 Rental Assistance Program.  It is the priority of the Commission to continually develop and provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing for the low income residents of the community.

FHC Properties

Autumn HouseAutumn House Elderly Apartments were built in 1974 as part of a joint effort between the City of Ferndale and the U. S. Department of HUD. Autumn House is owned and operating by the Ferndale Housing Commission acting by and through the City of Ferndale. Autumn House consists of 50 one bedroom apartments and 5 two bedroom apartments that are designated for the elderly and disabled.

Withington West Elderly Apartments were built inWithington West 1982 as the need for affordable housing expanded. Withington West is owned and operated by the Ferndale Housing Commission acting by and through the City of Ferndale. Withington West consists of 70 one bedroom apartments that are designated for the elderly and disabled.

Scattered HousesThe scattered site houses are dispersed throughout the City of Ferndale. The individual houses are owned and operated by the Ferndale Housing Commission acting by and through the City of Ferndale. The houses consist of 15 two bedroom, 21 three bedroom, and 7 four bedroom homes for low income families. There is a mixture of one and two story buildings. The scattered site houses are dispersed throughout the City of Ferndale. The individual houses are owned and operated by the Ferndale Housing Commission acting by and through the City of Ferndale. The houses consist of 15 two bedroom, 21 three bedroom, and 7 four bedroom homes for low income families. There is a mixture of one and two story buildings.

 

 

2014 Meeting Schedule

Board Members:

Mr. Paul Stuart
Ms. Carole Morency
Mr. Don Wiggins
Mr. Tom Schimansky
Mr. Ryan Hertz

FHC Staff:

Ms. Deborah Wilson
Executive Director

Ms. Sue Zoller
Senior Housing Administrator

Ms. Emily Vickey
Public Housing Operations Manager

Ms. Jennifer Mondy
Housing Administrator

Ms. Amber Pitrago
Housing Administrator

Ms. Rakhel Coles
Occupancy Specialist

Services:

Public Housing

Section 8

Application for Housing:

PUBLIC NOTICE
Open Waiting List
for One Bedroom Apartments

 

 

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