Town of Huntington Housing Authority office is open to the public for scheduled appointments. Our office is accessible by phone or e-mail. We can be reached at (631) 427-6220, Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm. Documents can be left in the drop slot on the building or e-mail to documents@huntingtonha.org.

USE BEST PRACTICES TO STAY HEALTHY AND SAFE

LANDLORDS: Effective January 1, 2023 the updated policy in the Administrative Plan (listed here) will be in effect:

The Lease governs rent increases. To receive a rent increase, the Owner must send the request for a rent increase to the Participant and send copy of the request to the HHA sixty (60) days prior to the anniversary of the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contract and must include the new rent amount the owner is proposing. For example, if the HAP contract anniversary date is May 1, the owner must submit their request for a rent increase by March 1 to be effective for May 1.

Board Meeting

Regular Board Meeting Scheduled: Tuesday, February 14, 2023 at 6PM. Please join 15 minutes prior to the meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89296742187?pwd=UytjNzgxUWNzSlFNN3p4N0FvMGRvUT09.

Please click here to review the Capital Fund Program 5-Year Plan and submit comments to documents@huntingtonha.org:

Capital Fund Program 5-Year Plan Public Hearing: Tuesday, February 14, 2023 at 12 noon: Link will be available 15 minutes prior to the meeting.

NOTICE: November 22, 2022, HUD approved the following waiver for Huntington Housing Authority “Increase in Payment Standard During HAP Contract Term” (regulation 982.505 (c) (4) effective until December 2023.

This waiver allows HHA to meet the needs of our tenants that have had their rent burden increased due to changes in income and/or household composition.

 

Business Opportunities

As a public housing authority, HHA is bound by New York State Laws, HUD regulations, and other local requirements governing public purchasing. HHA operates within the HHA Procurement Policy for business transactions.

Landlord Resources

HHA issues vouchers to eligible households to rent units just as any unsubsidized renter. The landlord determines renter suitability.
Voucher participants pay 30% to 40% of their income toward rent and utilities. The remaining rent is paid by HHA directly to the landlord by Housing Assistance Payments (HAP).

Housing Services

HHA has 40 units at Millennium Hills, a mixed development in Melville, NY; 40 units at Gateway Gardens, an independent public corporation to provide federally subsidized public housing for low-income residents; and 573 Housing Choice Vouchers aka Section 8.

Reasonable Accommodations

Regulation 46615 Notice Disclosing Tenants Rights to Reasonable Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities