The Housing Authority is in the process of revising our agency Five Year Plan, covering years 2013-2017. We need resident input to help us complete this process. Below are the dates, times and locations of these meetings. Please make plans to attend, as your input is extremely important to us. If you have any questions, you may contact your manager. Thank you very much. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tuesday – September 25th
Marcum Terrace / Acquisition Homes – 9:00– Marcum Terrace community room
Wednesday – September 26th
Madison Manor – 1:30 – community room
Trowbridge Manor – 3:00– community room
Thursday – September 27th
Riverview East – 9:00– community room
W.K. Elliot Apts. – 10:30– community room
Fairfield Tower – 1:30– community room
Northcott Court and Doulton Avenue – 3:00– Northcott community room
Friday – September 28th
Washington Square / Fairfield Scattered Sites, Carter G. Woodson, Dotson Courtyard– 10:00 – Washington Square community room
The Huntington West Virginia Housing Authority receives Capital Funds grant monies available from HUD for project and site development improvements. Currently, the HHA is applying 1.4 million dollars on four (4) major renovations.
Fairfield Tower (Senior High Rise) unit conversions
In 2003 the Huntington WV Housing Authority began renovations on this nine story senior high rise building which are slated to be completed in mid 2006. These conversions will take several efficiency apartments and convert them into six (6) one bedroom apartments and two (2) two bedroom apartments per floor, taking the total number of apartments from 100 down to 68.
Kitchen after renovations
Two bedroom after renovations.
Fairfield Tower and Riverview East (Senior High Rise) Elevator Modernization
The HHA began this project in June of 2005. At completion (apx. December 2005), the elevators at both senior high rise buildings will be fully modernized and brought up to 2005 State of West Virginia Codes.
Washington Square, Northcott Court, Marcum Terrace and Carter G. Woodson – Security Cameras
Completed in June of 2005, these security cameras have and will continue to help the HHA provide a safer environment for all residents to live. Surveillance of these cameras can be done on site or over the inter-net, allowing law enforcement to view the cameras at any time needed.
Fairfield Tower, Riverview East, Madison Manor and Trowbridge Manor – Trash Compactor Replacement
These new trash compactors will help provide the staff and residents with a more sanitary environment to work and live, while also cutting refuse cost to the HHA.
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