Leominster Housing Authority
Leominster Housing Authority was established in 1948. The Agency’s mission is to provide safe, secure rental subsidies for families, elderly, and handicapped or disabled person. Both the State and Federal Governments fund the programs. Depending upon the program, applicants can be housed either in private sector dwellings or apartment complexes owned by the Leominster Housing Authority. The information within our web site will help you understand the programs available and the requirements to qualify for assistance.
Need Repairs By The Housing Authority?
Call The Main Office
To Request A Repair (978) 537-5300
DURING BUSINESS HOURS,
press 3 to speak with the work order clerk
AFTER HOURS press 3, then
for Emergency work orders ONLY press 1
ALL other routine calls, press 2
This booklet contains useful information about resources within the community for apartment hunting, shelters, food pantries and services.
The Leominster Housing Authority seeks highly qualified individual for the position of Executive Director.
The LHA consists of 73 units of Ch. 200; 8 units of CH. 705; and 341 units of CH. 667 housing. In addition the LHA manages 399 federal vouchers and 16 state vouchers. The LHA also has Management Agreements with the Sterling Housing Authority; Lunenburg Housing Authority; West Boylston Housing Authority; and the Leominster Development Corporation. These Management Agreements encompass an additional 24 units of Ch. 705; 124 units of Ch. 667; 8 beds of Ch. 689; and 22 units of privately funded housing. The Executive Director reports to a five member board. The LHA utilizes the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) Executive Director Job Description.
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2018 COLD RELIEF - ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
Resource information tool to access fuel assistance and energy assistance agencies and energy conservation assistance providers.
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Leominster Board Meeting
NEXT MEETING - Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 3:00 p.m.
Meetings are typically held 3rd Wednesday of each month at 3:00 pm, 100 Main Street, Board Room, Leominster, MA
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Allencrest Academic Learning Center
The Allencrest Academic Learning Center is an after-school academic learning center specifically designed for students that live in the government subsidized housing complex Allencrest in Leominster, Massachusestts. The Allencrest Academic Learning Center provides students with educational resources to help them achieve their potential in school and through education break the Cycle of Poverty. The Allencrest Academic Learning Center services fifty-six students ages five through sixteen.
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Leominster Development Corporation
Leominster Development Corporation was formed in 1995 to develop and preserve affordable housing in our community. LDC has embarked on two developments to increase the number of affordable housing units in the community. The first project involved the purchase and renovation of three multi-family homes in Leominster. These three properties opened in 1998 and have provided good safe housing for many families. In 2008 the Development Corporation opened Rockwell Village, a fourteen unit townhome development built in the heart of downtown Leominster. These developments have been a real success for all involved.
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