Waynesville Housing Authority

Welcome to
Waynesville Housing Authority

The team at the Waynesville Housing Authority would like to welcome you to the housing authority. We are here to help you with housing issues you might have during your tenancy here. We have intern social workers and resources that could be helpful to you and help you to get through the “hard” times that we all experience from time to time.


Tina Okenfuss, MSCC, MSPC, MSCJ, NCC, LPC

Executive Director

What We Do

The Waynesville Housing Authority manages 100 units in total. The units are brick, single-story duplexes located in four areas of Waynesville. The locations are Chestnut Park (8 units), Pigeon Street (12 units), Boyd Avenue (20 units), and Nineveh [60 units (family section)]. There are 20 studio apartments, 24 one-bedroom apartments, 25 two-bedroom apartments, 23 three-bedroom apartments, and 7 four-bedroom apartments.

Waynesville, NC Background


The Town of Waynesville was founded in 1809 by Colonel Robert Love, a Revolutionary War soldier. He donated land for the courthouse, jail, and public square, and named the town after his commander in the war, General “Mad” Anthony Wayne. The Town of Waynesville was incorporated in 1871.

Our Latest News

WHA Property Management Proposal

Waynesville Housing Authority48 Chestnut Park DriveWaynesville, NC 28786 Contact: Tina OkenfussPhone: (828) 456-6377tina.okenfuss@waynesvillehousing.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Greetings, Let me introduce myself. I have accepted the

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