Ormond Beach Housing
Ormond Beach, Florida
Brighter Futures Start Here
What We Do
Ormond Beach Housing Authority (OBHA) strives to create housing opportunities to enhance the lives of those we serve in Florida. We offer a personal touch to service and feature an intimate and family-oriented experience. Currently, we own and manage 41 public housing units and administer 193 vouchers.
OBHA Housing Choice Voucher and Public Housing program wait lists are closed at this time.
Where we are:
- Ramsey Terrace
- Division Avenue
- Flormond Avenue
- South Washington
- Hand Avenue
Services and Area Information
Ormond Beach is located in Volusia County, 10 miles north of Daytona Beach and five miles East of I-95 off Route 40 East.
Ormond Beach is the home of many of the finest public and private schools in Volusia County. This includes schools serving grades kindergarten through high school. Several Ormond Beach schools have earned the State of Florida "A" Rating and three have been honored as Florida Blue Ribbon Schools.
- Three (3) $12,000 scholarships over four years to assist with tuition and fees which will also include:
- $3,000 a year for up to three years, as a summer internship stipend
- Networking opportunities with business and community leaders
In order to encourage academic excellence and community responsibility among high school students, PHADA has implemented a scholarship program for graduating seniors who are preparing to enter college. PHADA will award three scholarships to deserving youth currently residing in a PHADA member agency.
No Smoking Policy:
Ormond Beach Housing Authority buildings, rental units, and all property are smoke-free. Smoking includes inhaling, exhaling, burning, or carrying any lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe, or other lighted smoking device. This also includes the use of E-cigarettes, vapor emitting devices, and hookahs.
Coronavirus Policy and Information
With growing concern, uncertainty and stress regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), please know OBHA considers this situation serious and will monitor developments.
OBHA remains closed to the public but continues to conduct business by phone and appointment only.
Please continue to check our website for updates.
To help protect you and your family, we are monitoring the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations to ensure you receive the most up to date information we have. Click on these links for more information:CDC.gov - About Coronavirus Disease 2019
What you need to know about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Stop The Spread of Germs
Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019
What to do if you are sick with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Domestic Violence Protections:
The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA 2013) expands housing protections for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Changes under VAWA 2013 include extending protections to survivors of sexual assault; allowing survivors who remain in the unit to establish eligibility or find new housing when a lease is bifurcated; providing survivors with emergency transfers; and additional notification to applicants and tenants of housing rights under VAWA. While these changes substantially extend VAWA's coverage to include most affordable housing programs, they provide no protection to tenants in private market-rate housing but do apply to tenants with vouchers in private market-housing.
OBHA will provide all protection under VAWA 2013 to program participants and family members of program participants who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault or stalking from being evicted or terminated from housing assistance based on acts of such violence against them. Learn more about VAWA here.