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History of HACG
History of HACG

The Housing Authority of the City of Goldsboro (HACG) was established in 1950 and approved for incorporation by the state of North Carolina.  The HACG has continued to expand its service to the community with housing developments constructed between 1951 and 1978.  It is governed by a seven member Board of Commissioners who is appointed by the Mayor for five-year terms. 

HACG serves  a diverse population  that includes elderly, children, and disabled residents. Nearly 8% of residents are over the age of 62,  and approximately 47% are children under the age of 17.  Almost half of the residents are female head of households with dependents. The  average family income for  a family of four is $11,213, and 70% of are considered extremely low income based on state poverty guidelines.