The Housing Authority Partners With Local Vendors & Business Partners.

Redevelopment initiatives for our communities and the ongoing demands of office materials at HRHA means opportunities for area contractors, technical professionals, vendors and suppliers. HRHA is involved in many community housing and redevelopment projects funded primarily through a variety of different sources including federal, state, and local grants. Typical purchases include building construction, repair services, building maintenance material, office supplies, equipment and administrative services. Check our “Invitation for Bids” to see if you business would be a good partner for our next project.

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At HRHA, we strive to be your partners in business, by paying our vendors in a timely fashion. The Finance Department requires all contractors and vendors to submit all invoices via mail. Send all invoices to our mailing address at P.O. Box 1071, Harrisonburg Virginia 22803.

Purchasing and Contracting Policy

+ Please click HERE for our Updated Purchasing and Contracting Policy

Current RFPs

+RFP for Project Based Vouchers (PBVs) January 2022

Overview:
Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority (HRHA) will accept Proposals for project-based vouchers until 4:00 p.m. local prevailing time, February 11, 2022 at 286 Kelley Street, Harrisonburg, VA 22802. Copies of the Request for Proposals identifying the scope of services and evaluation factors for selection may be obtained from the Authority’s Main Office  (286 Kelley St Harrisonburg), by calling (540) 434-7386, or from the Authority’s webpage here.

Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprises are encouraged to submit proposals.

Harrisonburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority (HRHA) is accepting proposals from qualified, responsible owner/developers (Proposer) to provide affordable, permanent new construction housing for families within the City of Harrisonburg. New construction is defined as housing that does not exist at the time of proposal selection. HRHA encourages property owners and developers to make rental housing available to lower income households at affordable rents that are consistent with HUD Fair Market Rents (FMR). Developers must be licensed to do business in the City of Harrisonburg and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Michael G. Wong Executive Director, HRHA (540 434 7386)

Invitation for Bids

+ None at this time

Surplus Auction

– No current auction items, please check back.