Staffing Update - We're Here To Help
The Arizona Department of Housing remains open during weekday business hours, from 8 am to 5 pm.
In keeping with Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Arizona Department of Health Services recommendations, currently over 70 percent of our office staff are teleworking from home each day with a very limited amount of staff physically in the office. We remain fully available during business hours by telephone and email, in order not to delay the work of the Department.
Our Manufactured Housing & Building inspectors continue to work in the field inspecting homes that are still being built in the manufactured housing plants, as well as inspecting newly installed homes, and are taking all the necessary precautions with physical distancing.
We’re here to help and continue to adjust to changing circumstances to keep the State’s housing and community development resources available.
ADOH Welcomes New Team Members
Theresa Hoover rejoined the Department on February 10 as a Rental Development Specialist in the Rental Division. Theresa is an experienced project and contract coordinator having worked at the Director’s Offices as an Executive Assistant at both the Arizona Department of Housing and the Arizona Department of Economic Security for the past eight years. Theresa also served as Operations Director for three years at an architecture firm and her background includes studies in mechanical engineering.
Michael Curtis joined the Department on April 6 as the Asset Manager in the Rental Division. Prior to joining the Department, Michael served as a broker/property manager for ten years. His experience includes origination and underwriting of commercial real estate transactions, some of which included Low Income Housing Tax Credits and loan workouts, and direct asset management experience overseeing an institutional portfolio of commercial and multifamily properties. Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Real Estate with additional master’s level coursework in MBA studies specializing in economics.
Housing Matters | Spring 2020