Housing and Community Development

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our office is open 8AM-4:30PM M-F

TTY 711

3700 Pender Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030

Tom Fleetwood,
HCD Director

Finding an Affordable Home

The following resources are intended to provide potential leads and/or resources to assist you in your search for affordable housing. This is not intended to serve as a complete listing of all affordable housing available in Fairfax County. Vacancies are not guaranteed.

Emergency Housing and Rent/Utility Assistance

  • Coordinated Services Planning is a subunit of the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services. They serve to connect residents in need with county- and community-based resources to assist with emergency housing, rent and utility assistance, food security and more. Please call 703-222-0880, TTY 711, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to be connected with a specialist.

Rental Housing

  • The Rental Assistance Demonstration Program and Housing Choice Voucher wait lists are currently closed.
  • Fairfax County Rental Program waiting lists are currently closed; however, the following properties are managed by third parties who administer their individual waiting lists. Please contact these communities directly to inquire about their specific waiting list:
    • Crescent Apartments (Reston): 703-471-4663
    • Gum Springs Glen (Alexandria): 703-780-9072
    • Herndon Harbor House I and II (Herndon): 703-904-9444
    • Hopkins Glen (Falls Church): 703-207-9770
    • Morris Glen (Alexandria): 703-719-7268
    • Stonegate Village Apartments (Reston): 703-620-0203
    • Mount Vernon Gardens Apartments (Alexandria): 571-388-3473\
    • Wedgewood Apartments (Annandale) and Little River Square (Annandale): 703-256-0400
  • Senior HousingThe Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority owns eight independent living communities for older adults and two assisted living communities. For questions about programs for older adults, please call 703-246-5002, TTY 711.
  • Affordable Dwelling Unit and Workforce Dwelling Unit Programs. These programs include affordable housing units which are incorporated within market rate housing developments. They are not County-owned. The program website includes a listing of potentially available units. If you have any questions about the programs, please call 703-246-6626.


Fairfax County offers two primary Affordable Homeownership Programs which provide low- and moderate-income households with the opportunity to purchase homes at prices well below market rates. Available properties are listed through both the First-Time Homebuyers Program and the Workforce Dwelling Unit Homebuyers Program. See our website for additional details at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/housing/homeownership/programs

Affordable Housing Guide


Fairfax Virtual Assistant