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HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones with his sons Jered and Jacob along with Jerryl Bennett were some of the participants in the 2013 Father's Day Program: Reconnecting Families with Dads.  Click here for more photos and information about the day's events.  You can also click the photo above for an interactive slideshow.

HOMEBUYER EDUCATION COURSES

The next VHDA Homebuyer Education class will be held on September 16th and 17th from 5-8PM at 1 South Armistead Avenue.  Because seating is limited, please contact Monique Jackson at 757-727-1111 x 303 to register.

Financial Literacy Course

Wednesday, September 18th and 25th from 5 - 7 PM
at 1 S Armistead Avenue, Hampton VA 23669

Because seating is limited, please contact Monique Jackson at 757-727-1111 x 303 or Sid Alvarado at 757-727-1111 x314 to register as soon as possible. 

Interested in a new home? Interested in learning how to purchase a home or improve your finances? Find out how through the Housing Counseling services HRHA offers.

The 2013 Hall of Fame event for residents will be held in October.  Below are links to download nomination forms:

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Mary L. Holland Award

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Oswald A. Harris Sojourner Award

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Outstanding Achiever Award

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Outstanding Future Award

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Rosa D. Nixon Award

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Suzanne E. Jones Award

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OLD POINT HOMES Opens, Previews Future of
New Communities

Situated on 3.2 acres, the new community is comprised of 27 rental homes with 18 two-bedroom and 9 three-bedroom homes.  The homes consist of five separate buildings anchored by a community area and green space.  Plans for the next phase of Old Point Homes include 6 single family homes and a resident clubhouse. The development is located on Godspeed Way in Hampton.

In Virginia it is only the second community created using a mixture of replacement housing funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and low income tax credits from the Virginia Housing Development Authority.  Mixed income and mixed funded communities are likely to become the standard for future HRHA developments.

The development is a green community and is one of the first certified by EarthCraft in Hampton.  EarthCraft homes provide a blueprint for healthy, comfortable homes that reduce utility bills and protect the environment as well as meet strict guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

 
 

Five of the homes embrace the principles of Universal Design and incorporate the needs of physically challenged individuals with wider doors and hallways; easier to operate latches, switches, and appliances; and user-friendly bathrooms and kitchens.

Prior to acquisition by HRHA, the site was a mobile home park that housed 26 mobile homes and a rental office.  HRHA purchased the property in 2007 and worked to relocate the residents into safe, decent, and affordable housing.

    

HRHA currently manages 549 units of public housing and 153 non-public housing units and has constructed and sold 55 single family homes throughout the city.

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We have compiled a list of emergency resources in our community.  Please support these organizations with your valuable time and donations.

 

Partnerships

bullet Emphasys National Users Group (ENUG)
bullet South East Regional Council (SERC)
bullet National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO)
bullet Virginia Association of Housing Community Development Officials (VAHCDO)
bullet Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA)
bullet HRHA Board of Commissioners and Meeting Schedule

 

 

 

 

 


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View the amazing transformation
of a property we rehabilitated
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VISION STATEMENT
We will be the Premier Redevelopment
and Housing Authority with the Highest
Quality Housing and Established Culture of Caring in the Region

 

 

 

 

 


We have NEW homes
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PURPOSE
We revitalize and empower
communities.

HRHA VALUES
Quality Service: using good
judgment, attention to detail, and
creating a positive experience

Integrity: embodying the spirit of
honesty, ethical behavior and
good character

Proficiency: doing the right thing in
an effective way in a timely
manner within budget

High Performance: exceeding
expectations by taking appropriate
initiative and being responsible
for the results

Hampton Virginia equal housing opportunities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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