Division of Housing

Working to Help all County Citizens Become More Self-Sustainable


Our Team works with people who are experiencing many different types housing issues across the spectrum.

The Division of Housing and Community Services is part of the Queen Anne's County Department of Community Services.  Our mission is to provide a broad range of housing related services to assist residents of Queen Anne's County acquire and maintain decent, safe and affordable housing. Ultimately, we want to help all County citizens become more self-sustainable by providing "a hand up and not a hand out." 

The Division administers a variety of housing programs serving Queen Anne's County residents across the housing needs spectrum.  We have three specific units covering the following areas (click on each title to learn about how they can help you).     



Queen Anne’s County is soliciting proposals from qualified organizations to assist the County with reviewing, amending, or replacing the County’s current affordable housing programs.  Organizations will assess the current and future economic climate to determine what demand exists for affordable rental units, affordable home-ownership units, and at what prices and income levels are needed.  Additionally organizations will provide recommendations for effective strategies and policy changes that result in as effective affordable housing and the creation of workforce housing units in Queen Anne’s County.

An electronic copy of the information package may be downloaded from eMaryland Marketplace Advantage (eMMA) or on Queen Anne’s County’s Bid Postings Page.

Each proposal received in response to this RFP will be evaluated on the approach to analysis, methodology, capacity, experience and cost outlined in the RFP.

All Proposals must be sealed, clearly marked "Queen Anne’s County Housing Study" and must include all elements described in the information package.

One original, two hard copies and one electronic copy of the proposal must be delivered in a sealed envelop to Queen Anne’s County Division of Housing and Community Services, Attn: Michael Clark, 104 Powell Street, Centreville, MD 21617 before March 10, 2020, 10:00am.  Information and questions can be addressed by Anne Van Benschoten at avanbenschoten@qac.org