Monroe Housing Team

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The Monroe Housing Team is made up of local citizens, from the public, private and non-profit sectors. We are responsible for creating and implementing a housing plan for the city of Monroe while participating in GICH (Georgia Initiative for Community Housing) over the next three years. Citizen involvement will be key in this process. Please reach out to someone on our team, or a city council member, with any questions or input regarding housing in Monroe. Contact us at

There are several resources available for the citizens of Monroe to assist with home repairs and homeownership: 

Housing Counseling Resources - for help with the homeownership goals of our citizens. 

If you have a property maintenance issue that you would like to report to the city, please use the City 311 reporting system. 

Follow our recent housing team activities on Facebook. The housing team coordinates citywide neighborhood cleanups twice a year (Spring & Fall) in partnership with the City of Monroe Public Works department. Multiple owner-occupied homes within the city are being renovated at this time using CHIP grants awarded to the City of Monroe. Three renovations have been completed so far, with two more underway in 2018. As a city, we are also collecting data for a comprehensive housing assessment of every housing unit within the city limits. So far, over half of the city's housing units have been recorded. 

Img 4602Current team members are Sadie Krawczyk, Lee Malcom, Teri Smiley, Anthony Krumpach, Brian Krawczyk, Leigh Ann Walker, Gloria Reese, Dena Huff, James Draper, III, Norman Garrett, Jonathan Locklin, Anna Blount, PeteMcReynolds, Bill Owens, Patrice Broughton, Donna Peters, Gracy Bondy, Chris Carpentier and GICH Facilitator, Sharon Ligget. Other citizens interested in connecting with the Monroe GICH efforts are invited to join the Monroe Housing Team Facebook page.