Housing Office

Community Housing

The Community Housing Council was established at the April 2007 Special Town Meeting council to oversee the Provincetown Housing Office; to perform all of the functions of the Provincetown Local Housing Partnership, and to administer the Affordable Housing Trust. View the Council's page here

Housing Resources 

For information about affordable rental housing (including community organizations and financial assistance programs), home-buying resources and home-owner/landlord resources, please see below.

Rental Housing Resources

Home Buying/Ownership Resources

Home-Owner/Landlord Resources

Provincetown Housing Playbook

Under the direction of the Town Manager, Town Staff and the Housing Office has drafted the initial Provincetown Housing Playbook. The Housing Playbook is a living document, will evolve, and be updated on a regular basis. Essentially, the Playbook gathers all of the Town’s tools and strategies into one document. There are three sections: traditional affordable housing, community housing, and seasonal workforce housing. The Housing Director works with many different boards & committees for input. The Town is expanding the conversation beyond the traditional affordable to include middle income and seasonal workers that are being squeezed out. Read a draft of the Housing Playbook (PDF) dated October 2016 and forward your comments and questions! A new draft is in the works.

Housing Needs Update

UMASS Dartmouth conducted a Needs Assessment in 2018 to understand the Housing Needs and Challenges facing Provincetown. Previously, John J. Ryan of Development Cycles completed a Housing Needs Assessment in December 2013, updating information with the Housing Action Plan in March 2014.

2018 UMASS Dartmouth Needs Assessment Report (PDF) 

Workforce Housing Assessment Presentation (PDF)

Housing Needs Update 2013 (PDF)

Housing Action Plan 2014 (PDF)