Media Release April 22, 2022
The Mobile Housing Authority calls on Gulf Village residents and visitors to cease fire.
So far this year, Prichard Police has responded to 230 calls at Gulf Village Homes.
MHA is extremely concerned by the high number of 911 calls and almost daily shootings at the property.
Residents, employees and innocent bystanders are at risk.
In March, MHA released its $1.8 million two-phase Gulf Village Homes Infrastructure Plan.
The Gulf Village Homes Infrastructure Plan is supported by funds awarded by the Mobile County Commission.
This month, contractors have had to take cover and protect themselves while working on the job.
As an employer and landlord, the health and safety of our team members, residents, and contractors are of paramount importance to us.
Mobile Housing Authority pleads with the public to stop this gun violence.
In hopes to combat crime, MHA recently increased its security budget at Gulf Village Homes and has requested increased patrols from the Prichard Police Department and Mobile County Sheriff's Office.