Before it was a park, HRHA leased the lot on the corner of N. Liberty and W. Wolf St. to the Mercy House Thrift Store. After a fire in August 1997 destroyed the building, the space was converted to a parking lot. Years later, a local non-profit working on Black’s Run restoration began talks with […]
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HRHA is launching a monthly newsletter, available in both print and digital format. Interested in subscribing? Just click HERE to add your name to our listserve. The Newsletter will go out the first week of the month and features stories, news, updates, and more from HRHA. Housing continues to be a major challenge in our […]
No longer accepting applications The Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority is seeking a qualified applicant for a Housing Choice Voucher Specialist position. Under the direction of the Housing Choice Voucher Manager, the HCV specialist is responsible for assisting clients and evaluating their continued eligibility for rental assistance. Job activities include but not limited to case […]
The HRHA Board of Commissioner’s August 21 meeting began the start of the public comment period for HRHA’s Annual, 5-year, HCV, and Property plans and policies. HRHA’s first main goal over the next five years includes becoming a Move to Work Agency (MTW). This would grant HRHA increased autonomy in the development of policies to improve […]
300 Megawatt Hours = The total solar energy generated since the HRHA solar array went online in 2013. This has led to the avoidance of over 900,000 lbs of CO2 emissions and has saved thousands on utility bills. HRHA installed solar on its J.R. Polly Lineweaver building (affordable housing for elderly and disabled adults) in […]