Morton County Housing Authority

The Morton County Housing Authority was established under Section 23-11 of the North Dakota Century Code to provide safe and sanitary accommodations to the elderly, handicapped and low-income families. The Housing Authority is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners who are appointed to five-year terms by the Morton County Board of Commissioners.

The Housing Authority mission is to promote adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity and a suitable living environment free from discrimination by the efficient use of public funding to provide rental assistance and to partner with other public, non-profit and private entities in the development of housing and other related services.

The Morton County Housing Authority operates and administers subsidized housing with funding provided by the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development. The Housing Authority currently provides 684 Housing Choice Vouchers. The counties Morton County Housing Authority administers the voucher program include Grant, McLean, Oliver and Sioux as well as Morton.