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.
Fairfax County Rental Programwaiting 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 Housing: The 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.
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.