This page helps neighborhoods, communities, and the general public find information related to attending public hearings and TDHCA Board Meetings. To learn more about affordable housing and Fair Housing, please visit the Housing Resources Center's Neighborhood page. To learn more about Fair Housing, please visit our Fair Housing page. To search for affordable housing rentals in your area, please visit Help for Texans.
Learn More about TDHCA and Affordable Housing
For a brief introduction to TDHCA’s affordable multifamily development housing programs, review the Multifamily Programs Introduction Packet section of the Multifamily Programs FAQs page. To learn more about TDHCA and the impact of affordable housing on communities throughout Texas, visit the TDHCA Showcase or the Press Room. Visit the Housing Resources Center to request a presentation from our speaker's bureau or to access affordable housing market analyses or special reports.
Subscribe to the HTC Email List by Zip Code
TDHCA maintains an electronic mail notification service to which any person may electronically subscribe by zip code. Subscribers will receive information concerning the submission and status of pre-applications and applications for housing tax credits proposed to be located within a specific zip code.
Note: If your email address was subscribed to the TDHCA general email list before the launch of this new feature, you will need to request your password on the subscriber screen to login and add your zip code.
Email List Tip: In order to avoid TDHCA emails being redirected to SPAM folders in email accounts such as Yahoo!, Gmail, Hotmail, etc., add firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com to your contact list.
TDHCA has developed an easy-to-understand and simple-to-use TDHCA Housing Options for Texas Communities Brochure (PDF) to serve as a resource for local officials moving through the affordable multifamily housing evaluation process.
Additional information about affordable housing and its potential impact on their neighborhoods is available on the Resource for Neighborhoods page.
Individuals & Communities
To determine if your neighborhood organization is a qualified Neighborhood Organization for purposes of providing input for Quantifiable Community Participation and for information about how to provide input, download the 2017 QCP Neighborhood Information Packet (DOC).
Every TDHCA program follows the citizen participation and public hearing requirements as outlined in the Texas Government Code and applicable federal laws. Participation and comments are encouraged and can be submitted either at a public hearing or in writing via letters, faxes, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), and in some cases directly on the TDHCA web site.
Notices of Public Hearings
Public Comment Resources
Please visit TDHCA’s Public Comment Center for general explanatory public comment information, forms, and other resources to assist with participation in the Department’s public comment process.