Baltimore Regional Project-Based Voucher Program

Harford County is a partner with the Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) and others in the Baltimore Regional Project-Based Voucher (PBV) Program. Our collaboration periodically issues requests for proposals (RFPs) for property owners and developers seeking to provide affordable housing to low-income people and families in safe communities with access to high-performing public schools. The PBV Program has made awards of project-based vouchers. (The Howard County Housing Commission has been recused from each round of awards because they have been part of a proposal each time).

The awards are to the following proposed developments.

May 2020 Awards

Ten to Blenheim Run I, LP for Village at Blenheim in Havre de Grace; eight to Conifer Realty, LLC for North Odenton Apartments in Odenton; twenty-five to Dorsey Overlook, LLLP for Dorsey Overlook in Ellicott City; eleven to MBID of Delaware, LLC (Ingerman) and Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc. for Willows at Forest Drive in Annapolis; six to Osprey Property Company II, LLC for Towns at Church Creek in Annapolis; seven to Taft-Mills Group, LLC for Enclave at Severna Park in Severna Park; eight to Taft-Mills Group, LLC for Towns at Odenton in Odenton; six to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Harmans Overlook in Hanover.

April 2019 Awards

Twenty to the Howard County Housing Commission for Artist Flats at New Cultural Center.

May 2018 Awards

Five to Homes for America for Homes for Fountain Green in Bel Air; two to Homes for America for Red Maple Place in Towson; eight to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Robinson Overlook in Columbia; eight to Woda Cooper Development, Inc. for Brock Bridge Landing in Jessup.

November 2017 Awards

Fifteen to Volleyball House Apartments, LLLP for Riverwatch II in Elkridge; six to Towne Courts LLC in Annapolis.

For additional information: 
Housing Policy Coordinator Dan Pontious
(410) 732-0500 x1055.