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A note from the Director:
  Spring has finally sprung!  Even though the weather is not yet warm enough to enjoy the beach, we can for sure appreciate the outdoors.  I look forward to seeing everyone on your patios and porches enjoying the fresh air and perhaps a little barbeque. 
  Now that the snow has officially melted away, please do your best to clean up any liter and waste that may have been hidden under the snow.
Summer vacation is just around the corner.  Please watch for  children playing in the neighborhood as you pull in and out of our parking lots, as well as drive through our streets.

- James A. Dewey, Executive Director

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Housing Commissions are Smoke Free Buildings

Now Taking Applications

The Port Huron Housing Commission is now accepting applications for their Family 3, 4, and 5, bedroom apartments along with their senior living facilities 0 and 2 bedroom apartments. The current waiting lists are short, so early application is important to move in quickly. The Port Huron Housing Commission also manages other public housing properties.  These properties have their own separate waiting lists.  Find links to our other Housing Commissions on our “How to Apply” page.
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Port Huron Housing Commission Presents


Two awards of up to $500.00 are made annually (eligible for $500 per year for up to four years).  The scholarship program is funded through    private donations and is subject to the availability of funding.

5 P.M. MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018

 Eligibility Requirements

  • Must have been a resident of the Port Huron Housing Commission public housing program for the past 12 months.

  • Applicant must be sponsored by a PHHC employee who will confirm that the applicant’s household is in good standing with the PHHC in accordance with our Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policies. 

  • Open to graduating high school seniors, current college, and adult residents seeking to begin or return to college. Graduating high school seniors will receive priority status.

  • Applicants who are graduating high school seniors and those currently attending college must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

  • Applicants seeking to return to college must provide an official high school or college transcript which demonstrates that the applicant is a high school graduate and had a cumulative high school or college GPA of at least 2.5.

  • Must attend an accredited college or university as a full-time student (12 hours per semester)

  • Scholarship winners are eligible to renew the scholarship annually for up to 4 years. Continuing requirements of the scholarship are:

    • Must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5.

    • Must maintain full-time enrollment.

Pick up your Scholarship Packet for a full list of Application Requirements. 

 Scholarship Packets are available at the PHHC Main Office and the Dulhut Community Building, or by going to the Housing Matters website.