Interested individuals must submit their application by 5 PM on July 15th.

Members are appointed by the BOCC for staggered terms of 4 years each.

Peninsula Housing Authority Board of Commissioners


Why You’re Needed: Your help is needed to provide insight, policy, and advocacy for generating more affordable housing opportunities for low-income community members including the disabled and elderly.

Job Basics:

Peninsula Housing Authority is a special purpose government agency addressing housing in both Clallam and Jefferson Counties. They own and manage hundreds of rental units in both counties from Forks to Port Hadlock, operate a self-help homeownership program, and administer the region’s Section 8 housing choice voucher program. Board members are responsible for establishing policy for the public housing program including personnel, occupancy, lease, grievance, and rent collection.

Learn more about the duties of this Board.

Meeting Schedule: 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:00 pm. Currently held online. Normally held in a variety of locations around the Peninsula.

How To Apply:  Download the Application or pick one up in their office in the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Suite 4, Port Angeles.

For more information contact [email protected] or call 360-417-2233




Currently members are discussing how the board can better support PHA clients in bringing their concerns to the board. They are also working on approval of the 5 year plan for submission to the Department of Housing and Urban Development.


• Have the ability to listen to diverse viewpoints.

• Interest in and experience with developing housing policy.

• Connection to our local network of community safety net services.

• There is an opening for a Clallam County Resident.

 Clallam County

Clallam County, named after the Klallam word for “the strong people”, has  approximately 75,000 residents with women making up 50.64% of the population and 54% of the workforce. Community members give their time through elected positions and 35 volunteer boards or commissions.