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Greenwich Communities Distribute Fire Extinguishers, Demonstrate Proper Use at Adams Garden

September 18, 2021

Greenwich Free Press

Free Summer Movie Nights Offered 

by CCI and Greenwich Communities

July 22, 2021

Greenwich Free Press

Housing Choice Voucher Program

Opening Soon

June 8, 2021

Public Notice

Section 8 /Housing Choice Voucher
Program Waiting List Open

Greenwich Communities (formerly
Greenwich Housing
) announces the OPENING
date to apply for the HCV program, also
known as Section 8.

This list is for Families, Seniors 62+ and the Disabled 18-61.  The application portal on our website,
www.GreenwichCommunity.org

will open at 9:00 am on Tuesday June 22, 2021 and will close on Friday
June 25, 2021, at 5:00 pm.

 The
Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federally funded program to provide rental
assistance to individuals and families. Only one pre-application submission per
household will be accepted. Very low *income limits apply.

 

The
Pre-application link will be live on the Greenwich Communities Web site during
the application period.
Pre-applications will be selected and
ordered by lottery. 
Applicants with disabilities may seek assistance by
phone from the waiting list coordinator at (203) 869-1138 extension 120
.

Greenwich Communities is an Equal
Housing Provider.

*income limits posted on our
website www.GreenwichCommunity.org

PUBLIC NOTICE

The McKinney Terrace II waiting list

will close on

Friday April 30, 2021

News // Local

April 24, 2021

PHASE II GROUNDBREAKING

The improvement project at Armstrong Court is about to hit another major milestone. Greenwich Communities, formerly known as the Greenwich Housing Authority, will hold a groundbreaking for Phase 2 of the project at 10:30 a.m. May 1. The financing for Phase 2 was recently locked into place for the $27 million project to renovate 42 housing units.

The one- and two-bedroom apartments will be turned into three-bedroom units with new kitchens and appliances as well as other improvements.

In Phase 1, 18 new townhouses were built. There will be more construction and redevelopment in future phases.

“These buildings further our vision for quality, affordable housing in Greenwich,” Greenwich Communities Executive Director Anthony Johnson said. “We are not just talking the talk. We are walking the walk. We are the solution.”

The public is invited to attend the groundbreaking.

OPINION

In Defense of Greenwich

Submitted by Beth MacGillivray

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CT has $235 million in rent relief for people in need. Why aren’t more households applying?

April 12, 2021

Seila Mosquera-Bruno CDH commissioner 4.7.2021