On August 4, 1980, the Cayce Housing Authority was created by the City of Cayce to deal with unsanitary and unsafe, inhabited dwelling accommodations in Cayce. It was also charged with addressing the shortage of safe and sanitary housing in the area for low-income families.
The Columbia Housing Authority was contracted as the managing entity for the Cayce Housing Authority, and continues to manage its day-to-day operations.
The Cayce Housing Authority consists of 41 assisted housing units that are scattered throughout the City. The units at Spencer Place are designated specifically for seniors.
The Cayce Housing Authority is governed by a Board of Commissioners appointed by Cayce City Council.
Cayce Housing Board of Commissioners:
Jack Sightler, Chairman
Bruce Smith, Vice-Chairman
Johnetta Riley, Commissioner
Cheryl Seymour, Commissioner
Silvia Sullivan, Commissioner