The Wellesley Housing Authority (WHA) is a State and Federally funded public housing authority located in the town of Wellesley, Massachusetts. The WHA’s property portfolio consists of: Four State- funded Elderly properties; Two State-funded Family properties; One State subsidized rental voucher; and Eleven Federal Section 8 rental vouchers. The WHA manages a total of 246 rental units or housing opportunities.
A big thank you goes to Backpacks For Kids and their Coordinator, Cristina Gridley for supplying W.H.A. families with school backpacks that include a starter pack of school supplies in each pack! We would also like to acknowledge the Backpacks for Kids volunteers who packed, labeled, and delivered these backpacks. Thank you to Emma Goodness, Alex Goodness, and Ben Gridley who are shown below.
Wellesley Annual Plan Hearing
Sept 17th, 2020 at 9:30 AM
Online Remote Meeting
View on TV on Comcast 8/Verizon 40
The Wellesley Housing Authority will receive public comments. The board will ask if anyone would like to speak before the Board moves on to the next agenda item. While a person is waiting to speak, please place your phone on mute, so the meeting is not interrupted unintentionally.
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The Wellesley Housing Authority (WHA) mission is to provide clean, safe and well-maintained affordable housing for low-income elderly, disabled adults and families in which to live and raise their families, while respecting their rights and privacy. WHA is committed to fair and non-discriminatory practices throughout all of its housing programs and activities.