The purpose of this portal is to maintain transparency, engagement and communication with the public. It is intended to be a convenient, accessible platform to request and acquire public information of interest and/or importance. If you find areas where we could improve our process, please feel free to contact us.
By Regular Mail:
Laredo Housing Authority
ATTN: Public Information Officer
2000 San Francisco
Laredo, Tx 78040
Public Information Requests
In accordance with the Texas Public Information Act, Texas Government Code Annotated Section 552.001 et seq., a person or party may request inspection of and/or duplication of the public records maintained by or for the Laredo Housing Authority.
(external link to TX Attorney General’s office)
Items Under Internal Audit and / or Review
The following materials in this section are presented here in accordance with our efforts to preserve transparency and to promote public trust.
This is not an all-inclusive list.
Number of Complaints Received in 2016 – 6
Number of Complaints Resolved in 2016 – 6
Number of Complaints Received in 2017 – 6
Number of Complaints Resolved in 2017 – 6
Complaints submitted electronically are channeled to the our external counsel which records the submission and channels for the appropriate attention.
February 9, 2019 – LHA Special Board Meeting
LHA Agenda – Special Meeting, Master Plan Workshop
April 12, 2019 – LHA Board Meeting
January 16, 2018 – LHA Special Board Meeting – Rescheduled for January 19, 2018
November 2, 2018 – LHA Board Meeting
March 17, 2017 – LHA Board Meeting & Budget Workshop
June 23, 2017 – BOC Budget Training
October 7, 2016
December 19, 2016
Our collaboration is leading the way towards a truly empowered community.
August 6, 2012
Record Retention Policy
Procurement Policy Amendment
The Public Housing Assessment System, or PHAS, is the system that HUD uses to assess a PHA’s performance in managing its low-rent public housing programs. HUD uses a centralized system to collect individual subsystem scores using various sub indicators and produces a composite PHAS score representing PHA’s performance management. PHAS uses a 100-point scoring system based on four categories of indicators:
- PASS (Physical Assessment Subsystem) – 40 points
- FASS (Financial Assessment Subsystem) – 25 points
- MASS (Management Assessment Subsystem) – 25 points
- CFP (Capital Fund Program) – 10 points
Section 8 Administrative Plan
Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy
Farm Labor Management Plan
Texas A&M International University Consultants Report: Laredo Homeless Coalition Continuum of Care Plan
2018 Presidential Budget Proposal
Results of 2018 Audit
Results of 2017 Audit
Results of 2016 Audit
Results of 2015 Audit
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