The Mayor's Office of Housing is responsible for developing affordable housing, housing the homeless, and managing the City’s real estate. We also work to ensure that renters and homeowners can find, maintain, and stay in their homes.
12 Channel Street
9th FloorBoston, MA 02210
HoursMonday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Get StartedGet Started
American Rescue Plan (ARPA) Funding
The City of Boston has allocated $234 million in American Rescue Plan (ARPA) funding to housing.
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 delivered $350 billion to state and local governments across the country to support their response to and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The City of Boston was allocated $560 million of this funding, and, $234 million has been allocated for housing.
Learn More about the City of Boston's ARPA funding for Housing
Additional Information and ResourcesAdditional Information
Housing Programs Income and Rent Limits
Income limits are based on household size and a percentage of the annual average income for the Boston area. These limits are set annually and subject to change. Housing programs qualify applicants based on their household income.
Learn more about the Mayor's Office of Housing
Find information on our programs, who we are, and what we strive for.
News and announcementsLatest News
75 Families Are New Homeowners With Support From the City
$16.5 Million from HUD to Address Unsheltered Homelessness