Serving the People of Burlington, IA

Affordable public housing for low-income residents, people with disabilities, and the elderly

About the Low-Rent Housing Agency of Burlington, Iowa

The Low Rent Housing Agency of Burlington, Iowa is a Public Entity established by the City of Burlington on February 21, 1966 through the provisions of Chapter 403A of the Iowa Code. The Agency operates under various Federal regulations administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and addresses the housing needs of Burlington, Iowa's lower-income population in a non-discriminatory manner through advocacy, administration of programs, and responsible stewardship of owned public housing.

The Low Rent Housing Agency of Burlington owns and operates 194 units of Public Housing at Autumn Heights Apartments, which serves persons age 62 and older and persons living with a disability. The Agency also oversees distribution of up to 325 Housing Choice Vouchers.

Staff Listing

Dan Eberhardt - Executive Director of the Low Rent Housing Agency

Susan Alfred - Section 8 Coordinator

Teresa Davis - Occupancy Specialist Autumn Heights