Through resident associations and with the help of professional staff and outside support agencies residents are encouraged to learn, earn, manage and improve
their lives.

About Us

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.

Housing Authority Administration

The Housing Authority is governed by a seven member Board of Commisioners, each appointed for a five year term by the Board of Selection of the Town of Greenwich. A professional staff headed by a Chief Executive Officer, manages the daily operations of the Housing Authrity, programs and services.

Happenings

Wilbur Peck Block Party - July 27, 2013

Armstrong Court Block Party - July 20, 2013

McKinney Terrace II Reading Room Grand Opening - March 18, 2012

Adams Garden Block Party - August 6, 2011

Quarry Knoll 2011 Fall Festival

On October 6, 2013 at the 20th annual Greenwich Green and Clean Beautification Awards, the Housing Authority of Greenwich with Carrie Greenwald was given the Albert E. Betteridge Beautification Award for Sterling Service for the Town Hall Annex.

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HATG in the News
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Murphy calls automatic cuts to Head Start cruel

Rafferty: Housing Authority an unsung hero

5 affordable housing units newly acquired in Cos Cob

Alma Rutgers: Hope, finally, for affordable housing

State: $3.2 milllion for HCC and and Greenwich dredging

Alma Rutgers: Must act on housing recommendations

Wilbur Peck Court celebrates summer with block party

Reading room debuts at McKinney Terrace McKinney Terrace: Byram senior housing complex unveils refreshed, renovated space

Rutgers: Things are looking up for the Housing Authority

Bob Horton: The good and bad of new Housing Authority blood —Greenwich Time

Rutgers: Community can't afford more cuts to Block grants —Greenwich Time

Alma Rutgers: Housing Authority should strive for unity in wake of squabble —Greenwich Time

Tenants' advocate contests election of Housing Authority chairman —Greenwich Time

HUD awards Housing Authority ‘high performer’ status —Greenwich Post

HUD awards town $800,000s —Greenwich Post

Romeo clashes with Housing Authority leadership over elections —Greenwich Post

Romeo named to Housing Authority, vows to make board ‘user friendly’s —Greenwich Post