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Glassboro Housing Authority

Welcome to the Glassboro Housing Authority website. We have recently redesigned our website in order to give you a better understanding of who we are and what we do. You will find various information on the programs we support and services we offer.

Mission Statement

The Mission of The Housing Authority of the Borough of Glassboro is to promote adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity, and a suitable living environment free from discrimination.

The Housing Authority shall service the housing and social needs of lower income, elderly, handicapped, and family households living and working in its jurisdiction. Rental assistance opportunities shall be provided to qualified applicants and families. Rental assistance shall be provided to those otherwise qualified and selected families on public housing owned, tenant-lease-purchase housing, or leased housing that shall be decent, safe, and sanitary.

Announcement

TAKE NOTICE that due to COVID-19 pandemic, meetings of the Board of Commissioners of GHA will be held virtually until further notice. All meetings are open to the public. Access to the meeting information and relevant meeting documents can be accessed under Downloads, Public Meeting Information link. Public comments should be directed to GHApubliccomments@hagc.org at least 48-hours prior to the meeting. As COVID-19 continues to impact people locally and globally, GHA is working to ensure that we do our part to keep the public and staff members safe and minimize the transmission of the virus. Therefore, effective Monday, March 16, 2020 GHA is only open to the public for the limited purposes of (1) permitting individuals to drop off paperwork in the drop off box; (2) permitting tenants to drop off checks in the designated rent collection boxes; and (3) by appointment only. GHA strongly encourages residents or participants to call or email their assigned processor instead of visiting in person for assistance.

PUBLIC SERVICE NOTICE - On March 19, 2020, NJ Governor Philip Murphy issued Executive Order 106 which immediately suspends residential evictions throughout the state for non-payment of rent. This is called an eviction moratorium and means that no residential tenant may be removed from their home as a result of an eviction due to non-payment of rent. This order does not eliminate rent owed or late fees, it just means your landlord cannot remove you from your home during the time the moratorium is in effect. For more information, please visit Information on Rental Property and Evictions under Executive Order 106 + Landlord Complaint Form (nj.gov). For information about the CDC Order in effect, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-eviction-declaration.html

PUBLIC SERVICE NOTICE - Public Service Notice - Gloucester County has received funds from the U.S. Department of Treasury to provide rental relief to landlords and tenants through the Emergency Rental and Utility Assistance Program (ERAP). The program provides financial assistance toward unpaid rent and/or utility bills for low- and moderate-income renter households in Gloucester County that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Selected households must meet eligibility criteria to qualify for assistance. Applications for grants from the ERAP may be submitted by a member of an eligible household or by a landlord on behalf of that eligible household. The rental assistance funds will go directly to the landlord. Applications for grants from the Emergency Rental and Utility Assistance Program (ERAP) and more information regarding the program is available online at www.gloucestercountynj.gov/1224/Emergency-Rental-Assistance. All requestions regarding ERAP administration should be directed to CliftonLarsonAllen LLP at 856-336-3700.

The Housing Authority shall promote independent living among the elderly and the disabled using federal, state, local, and resident contributions.

The Housing Authority of the Borough of Glassboro will promote the financial independence and general well being of all its residents through programs offering educational activities, referral services, family self-sufficiency, drug abuse elimination, and housing counseling.

The Housing Authority will be a leader in making excellent affordable housing available for low income families.

The Housing Authority will encourage the long term financial independence and well being of all its residents by advocating for their interest and providing referral services.

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