Armstrong Court Parking Policy

As you are aware, an approved parking policy at Armstrong Court is in effect. Housing Staff has been monitoring the property and have reported that there are numerous vehicles (especially at night) parked without stickers in the spaces clearly marked as sticker parking only.

The HATG will be calling the Greenwich Police Department and requesting enforcement beginning this Sunday evening, February 7, 2016.

Read the full article. Armstrong Court Parking Policy (PDF)

poster essay
The 2016 Playground Safety Poster and Essay contest To celebrate National Playground Safety Week, which runs
from April 18-22, HAI Group is holding a annual Playground saftey Poster and Essay Contest.

The theme this year is Explore your Universe: Be a Playground Saftey Astronaut!

Click to See Contest Guidelines

From left to right: Margaret Yankowski,Secretary, McTRC; Maureen Hopper,Vice President, McTRC; Stephen Ramkisson, President, McTRC; HATG Commissioner Sam Romeo; Elda Schupp, Bi-Lingual Translator, McTRC; and Mary White, Treasurer, McTRC.

Welcome to the Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich

Since 1946, the Housing Authority has been committed to being an effective and successful producer, owner and manager of affordable housing options for seniors, families and individuals from various racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds. It continues to garner many awards and receives high ratings among its peers.

The Housing Authority controls nearly 761 units in 15 properties, including home-ownership condominiums, scattered-site housing, various developments and Parsonage Cottage. The Housing Authority also administers 317 families through the Section 8 Program. Total residents served through all programs is 2,574. Through resident associations and with the help of professional staff and outside support agencies (e.g., CCI, Family Centers, Department of Social Services) residents are encouraged to learn, earn, manage and improve their lives.

 “We are committed to provide the opportunity to live in quality, affordable housing through fiscally responsible asset management of our resources. By developing partnerships with our residents and the larger community, we will support the improvement of their quality of life.”

The scope of the Housing Authority's mission today is more broadly defined than the conventional notion of brick and mortar as the primary focus. The concepts of building and defining a sense of community, purpose, and personal growth are also an integral part of the Housing Authority's role, helping residents to shape their lives productively. Working in unique collaborative partnerships that tap a multitude of resources available within the Greenwich community and from state and federal organizations, the Housing Authority has implemented a broad based group of support services to strengthen family life, foster stable home environments, drug free living, independence and self-sufficiency. Many of these initiatives are through the auspices of local agencies and organizations.


HATG Announcements

Board Meeting Dates 2016
Wednesdays @ 5:30 p.m

March 23, 2016 - Armstrong Court, Armstrong Court Community Room

April 27, 2016 - Wilbur Peck Court, Wilbur Peck Court Community Room

May 25, 2016 - Quarry Knoll I, 15 Quarry Knoll

June 22, 2016 - McKinney Terrace, 71 Vinci Drive

July 27, 2016 - Agnes Morley Heights, 249 Milbank Avenue

August 24, 2016 - Agnes Morley Heights, 249 Milbank Avenue

September 28, 2016 - Adams Garden, Bertolf Road Community Room

October 26, 2016 - Agnes Morley Heights, 249 Milbank Avenue

(Annual Meeting)

December 14, 2016 - Agnes Morley Heights, 249 Milbank Avenue

(Combination of November and December Meetings)

Parsonage Cottage
is a highly rated, state-of-the-art, Senior
Residence located on parkland acreage.
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Greenwich Close Apartments
Centrally located in downtown Greenwich, the apartments consist of 3 elevated buildings.
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