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.
Thank you to Aidan Sullivan for the Office “Extreme Make Over!”
After Aidan presented his Eagle Scout Project idea, the Wellesley Housing Authority waited with bated breath for the work to begin. Fortunately for the WHA, Aidan planned every step of the project, and the WHA did not have to wait long at all! The results are AMAZING and were well worth the short wait. Thank you to everyone who assisted in the painting and landscaping. The Wellesley Housing Authority is proud to have Troop 185 as a community Partner. Please enjoy the video which shows the coordinated efforts of Aidan and his team. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JxczTR-meI
MWRTA Launching Pilot On-Demand Service in Wellesley
The service an on-demand, app-based service for the general public within Wellesley. CATCH Connect will replace the existing Route 8 service which has been operating in Wellesley, which travels from the Natick Community Center to the Woodland T Station. Using CATCH Connect, riders will be able to travel anywhere within the town of Wellesley as well as select, key destinations outside of Wellesley, such as the Natick Community Center and the Woodland T Station. While the pilot is intended to be an app-based reservation service, if an individual is unable to use the CATCH app on their phone they may call (508) 283-5083 to schedule their trip with a representative. Riders may also email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (508) 283-5083. Click here for more information
The Eviction Moratorium is No Longer in Effect:
If you or a member of your tenant household has been laid off, furloughed, or discharged, or if your household income has gone down for any reason, it is really important that you report this to Jacqueline Sullivan immediately by contacting her at 781-235-0223 or email@example.com.
If you are looking for more information about financial assistance for households struggling to pay rent or mortgage due to COVID-19, please visit this site for more information about our RAFT and ERMA programs.