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The Metropolitan Housing Coalition has worked tirelessly for over 20 years on behalf of fair, decent and affordable housing in the Louisville metropolitan region. MHC is a private, non-profit organization supported by over 300 individuals and  organizations as coalition members that believe safe, decent housing is a basic human right. We advocate for sound housing policies–in our region and nationally–via research, community education and collaboration-building. We invite you to learn more about who we are, the work we do, current issues in housing, and how you can get involved.

Metropolitan Housing News & Events

2015 SMHR Release Event Tuesday December 8 at noon

Join MHC and attend the public forum for the release of the 2015 State of Metropolitan Housing Report (SMHR) on Tuesday, December 8 at noon at New Directions Housing Corporation, 1000 E. Liberty St. Louisville, KY 40204. The report examines nine housing indicators that MHC tracks to assess annual progress on fair housing and affordable housing […]...

Support MHC during Give Local Louisville: Thursday, 10/1/2015

  The Metropolitan Housing Coalition is pleased to participate in Give Local Louisville, a 24-hour online “give day” on October 1 dedicated to increasing your impact with proportionate match dollars and prize money contributed from the Community Foundation of Louisville and its supporting sponsors: LG&E and KU Energy, Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kentucky, […]...

Help Change One of the Last Local Laws that Bars Fair Housing Choice

Come out to a Metro Council subcommittee meetings on proposed changes to Louisville’s zoning laws that, if approved by the subcommittee and later the full council, would significantly advance fair and affordable housing in our community. We need YOU to attend the meeting of the Metro Council Ad Hoc Committee on the Land Development Code on […]...

Senior economic advisor from Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis to serve as keynote speaker at 2015 MHC Annual Meeting on May 21

William Emmons, senior economic adviser at the St Louis Fed’s Center for Household Financial Stability will be speaking to the Metropolitan Housing Coalition Annual Meeting on May 21st. The Center’s research and analysis is focused on the rebuilding of the household balance sheets of struggling American families. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, previously scheduled to […]...