On Tuesday, June 27th, 2017, 75 Children ages 5-10, together with 17 adults spent a fun-filled day at Kings Island north of Cincinnati, OH. The event was sponsored by AAA Cincinnati as part of their annual Childrens’ Outing. This is the 110th year for the event, and the Housing Authority of Maysville has taken part…Details
The Section 8 Rental Assistance Program administered by the Housing Authority of Maysville is currently operating at capacity. It may be a year or more before we are able to once again offer vouchers. As a result, we have CLOSED our Section 8 Rental Assistance Program Waiting List: Legal Notice Housing Authority of Maysville…Details
Jones confirmed his decision with housing authority board members Tuesday. Jones was one of 32 applicants for the position and was extended an employment offer by the HAM board of directors during a special meeting on June 2. HAM Chair Pat Griefenkamp said the board wanted to hire someone who was familiar with HUD and…Details
March 21, 2014 The Housing Authority of Maysville has been in touch with the agency that is overseeing the LiHeap heating assistance. You MUST take documents verifying ALL household income with you when you go to LickingValley to apply for the heating assistance. Due to the difficulty in accessing Social Security Award…Details
Summer Lunch 2017 power point Bracken Co. Sites City of Brooksville Watson Bldg. May 22, 2017 – August 4, 2017 11:30 am – 12:30 pm(101 Frankfort Street Brooksville, KY)Bracken Co. Middle School All Star Camp May 24, 2017- May 26, 2017 10:30 am – 11: 30 am(167 Parsley Drive, Brooksville, KY)Bracken Co. High School…Details
The Housing Authority of Maysville provides 1 trash can and lid for 1 – 2 bedroom apartments, and 2 trash cans with lids for larger apartments. Each trash can provided will have the number of the apartment it belongs to painted on the side. Please use only the trash can for your apartment, and DO…Details
Children from the Maysville Housing Authority recently went to Kings Island. Tania Henry was all smiles as she got ready to ride the bumper cars. She described her feeling when she learned she’d be going to the amusement park for the day in one word: “happy.” Tania was one of 75 kids from the Maysville…Details
Once again, AAA Cincinnati treated thousands of children & chaperones to a day at Kings Island. Nearly 90 children & adults enjoyed a hot day of rides, food, & fun.