Seattle Housing
Seattle Housing
Seattle, WA, United States
Seattle United States
Founded:
1939

The Seattle Housing Authority is the department of government of the city of Seattle, Washington, responsible for public housing for low-income, elderly, and disabled residents. SHA serves more than 25,500 people, just under a third of whom are children, through around 5,200 HUD units, 1,000 units for the elderly and disabled, and 800 additional units that receive local funding. Wikipedia

Seattle Housing
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Seattle, WA, United States
Seattle United States

The Seattle Housing Authority is the department of government of the city of Seattle, Washington, responsible for public housing for low-income, elderly, and disabled residents. SHA serves more than 25,500 people, just under a third of whom are children, through around 5,200 HUD units, 1,000 units for the elderly and disabled, and 800 additional units that receive local funding. Wikipedia

Founded:
1939
  • Seattle Housing Authority provides stable housing for more than 34,000 people with low incomes. By coupling housing with education, employment, health and other services, SHA creates opportunity for tenants of all ages to live healthy, productive lives. Meet two of them in this video: http://bit.ly/2jVqOlK
  • Read about the strategic direction and key objectives that will guide SHA's work through 2020, along with information about community partnerships and the year's significant activities in our 2016 Annual Report: http://bit.ly/2Bh7CJ9
  • SHA Exec. Director Andrew Lofton at Yesler Terrace with @SenatorCantwell on Friday for a press conference about impacts of #taxbill on #affordablehousing.

Seattle Housing Authority provides stable housing for more than 34,000 people with low incomes. By coupling housing with education, employment, health and other services, SHA creates opportunity for tenants of all ages to live healthy, productive lives. Meet two of them in this video: http://bit.ly/2jVqOlK

Read about the strategic direction and key objectives that will guide SHA's work through 2020, along with information about community partnerships and the year's significant activities in our 2016 Annual Report: http://bit.ly/2Bh7CJ9

SHA Exec. Director Andrew Lofton at Yesler Terrace with @SenatorCantwell on Friday for a press conference about impacts of #taxbill on #affordablehousing.

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