Housing Authority of Portage County

The Housing Authority of Portage County is a federally subsidized agency that operates housing programs for the elderly, disabled, and low-income households of Portage County, WI.  The only properties that our agency owns are Project I, II, and III and they are all located in rural villages of Portage County.  Project I units (Amherst, Junction City, and Rosholt) are for the elderly/disabled, Project II units (Almond, Amherst, and Milladore) are for the elderly/disabled but we currently have an age waiver for 50 years and older, Project III units (Amherst, Junction City, and Rosholt) are for families (we have a wheelchair accessible unit in Amherst), and the Housing Choice Voucher Program can be utilized in any area of Portage County or the United States (rules and restrictions apply). 

This agency does not provide immediate; short term; or emergency housing.

The Housing Authority of Portage County Office is located approximately:
            45 Minutes South of Wausau
            2 Hours West of Green Bay
            2 Hour North of Madison
            2 Hours East of Eau Claire

Downtown Stevens Point is located approximately:
            25 Miles North of Almond
            18 Miles West of Amherst
            12 Miles East of Junction City
            16 Miles East of Milladore
            18 Miles West of Rosholt

The Office is located at:
1100 Centerpoint Dr. Ste 201B, Stevens Point WI 54481
     (Behind downtown Shopko, in the Guzman Building,
       Corner of Union/Centerpoint Dr/Hwy 66)
Office - 715-346-1392
TDD - Hearing Impaired Persons - 715-344-2140
Applicants must be program and income eligible.

Criminal background and debt checks are conducted for all our housing programs.  Credit, personal, and landlord reference checks for The Authority owned units are conduct by The Authority and it is the responsibility of the private landlords to conduct their own credit, personal, and landlord reference checks.


Mission Statement:
The Mission of the HAPC is to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing – in compliance with program housing quality standards – for very low-income households while ensuring that household rents are fair, reasonable, and affordable.