Board of Commissioners

The next meeting for the Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick will be held at the main office of the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick, 209 Madison Street, Frederick. See below for information on the next meeting:

Agenda for October 22, 2019

Agenda for March 26, 2019

Agenda for February 26, 2019

Agenda for January 22, 2019

Agenda for December 18, 2018

Agenda for September 25, 2018

Agenda for August 28, 2018

Agenda for June 26, 2018

Agenda for January 23, 2018

Agenda for August 22, 2017

Agenda for July 25, 2017

Agenda for May 23rd, 2017

Agenda for April 25th, 2017


Bernard Brown is currently the Chair of the Housing Authority of the City of Frederick’s (HACF) Board of Commissioners and has been for four years. He has been a member of the Board for six years. As a life-long resident of Frederick City, he retired from the Frederick County Public School System but continues as a member of the Lincoln Elementary School Association. Mr. Brown has been a member of the Board for Community Action Agency, the Exulted ruler of the Mountain City Lodge Elks and the President of the Fairview Cemetery Association.

Stephanie E. Davis Biography coming soon.

Phyllis C. Carroll has been a member of the HACF Board of Commissioners since July of 1994. She is a lifelong resident of Frederick and has always had an interest in the welfare of low-to-moderate income level families in the community. Ms. Carroll is an active resident and co-sponsor of the “Just Say No to Drugs Club” for the old John Hanson/Roger B. Taney communities and has also served as Vice-President for the Lincoln Resident Council for several years.

Janice M. Dorsey, a life-long resident of Frederick City, has been a member of the HACF Board of Commissioners since the mid 1990s. She has been an active member of the Resident Council and has served as the President or Vice-President for more than ten years. Her active participation in the community has included community policing, resident empowerment, fair housing & civil rights and bettering the lives of residents in public housing. She coordinated the Joint Resident Council and served as the Resident Secretary for the Resident Advisory Committee. Ms. Dorsey is committed to bettering the lives of the residents of public housing.

Delores Ambush is a native of Frederick Maryland. Known throughout the community, she is a graduate of Frederick High School and attended Frederick Community College. Ms. Ambush is committed to her community, participating in various organizations including the title of HACF Commissioner, the 8′s ENUF Treasurer, United Way Advisory Panel Member and member of Madame C.J. Walker Temple #509. She is actively involved with Asbury United Methodist Church as a Trustee, President of the Usher Board, and member of the Sisters of Joy Choir, Finance Committee, Administrative Council, Worship Committee, and Disciple Class