Welcome to Melrose Housing Authority
The Melrose Housing Authority is proud to provide safe, decent, and affordable housing to residents of Melrose. Under the leadership of our 5 member Board of Commissioners we currently assist over 550 households through our Public Housing, and Rental Assistance Programs. The MHA has played a vital role in providing affordable housing and resident services to Melrose’s low-income residents, the disabled, seniors, and families. We continue to ensure that the daily needs of our properties, and residents are met with honor, integrity, and accountability.
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applicable to the Levi Gould and Fuller House Projects
The MHA has an elderly preference for PBV programs in its two
projects in addition to the preferences applicable to the HCV Program. Thus, the preferences applicable for Fuller
House and Levi Gould are as follows:
- First preference to applicants who are Elderly Melrose
residents and veterans.
- Second preference to applicants who are Elderly and
- Third preference to applicants who are Elderly and
- Fourth preference to applicants who are Elderly
- All other eligible applicants by date and time of
application, and in accordance with adopted HUD
regulations as they may exist from time to time.
Within these groups families will be selected by date and time of
application. Definitions and
verification for these preferences is set forth previously in this
Opportunity for Public Comment
The Melrose Housing Authority MHA is publishing this notice to provide
an opportunity for public comment on the preference structure for its Project
Based Vouchers at the Fuller House and Levi Gould projects located in Melrose,
MA. The MHA will provide a preference for elderly,
those who live or work in Melrose and are veterans for these project-based
units. More information on proposed selection
preferences for these PBV projects is available for viewing at the MHA offices
located at 910 Main Street Melrose, MA 02176 during normal business hours and
are on the MHA Website, www.melroseha.com. Comments on these project preferences are due
by the close of business on Friday January 7, 2021 and should be addressed to
James Holt, Executive Director at the above address.
To view annual plan click on the link below.
June 1, Melrose Housing Authority (MHA) offices will be fully open and no
longer require appointments. We’re excited to welcome you back in compliance
with MA reopening plan. The Melrose Housing Authority staff serves a vulnerable
elderly and disabled population, therefore until further notice , mask/face
coverings will be required when visiting MHA Offices to conduct your business.