About Taylor Housing Commission
The Taylor Housing Commission (THC) was established in 1968 in accordance with Michigan law, by a vote of the Taylor City Council. The THC is governed by a five member Board of Commissioners, appointed by the Mayor, to staggered five year terms. The day to day operations are managed by the Executive Director and staff.
In 1969 the THC and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) entered into an ACC contract to build a high rise structure to provide housing for low income Senior citizens. The apartments are known as the Maplewood Manor. The Maplewood Manor also serves as the administrative offices of the THC.
The Taylor Housing Commission mission is: “To create and provide decent, safe and affordable housing to lower income families and to enhance individual opportunity and family stability in healthy, dynamic and diversified neighborhoods”.