Please be advised that the Town of Huntington Housing Authority (THHA) office is closed to the public during the “NYS on Pause” Executive Order enacted by NYS Governor Cuomo. We are asking our residents and participants to provide necessary correspondence to the THHA via USPS mail or by emailing us at Documents@HuntingtonHA.org
We have suspended inspections for the Housing Choice Voucher Program (formerly known as Section 8) and the Public Housing Program. In addition, all program re-certifications will be processed through the mail. Moreover, we will conduct Family Self-Sufficiency consultations by telephone.
In keeping wiht our normal protocol, residents of our Millenium Hills, Gateway Gardens, and Sixth Avenue properties should submit maintenance work order requests to 631-468-5006.
Please Adhere To Self-distancing Requirements Imposed By New York State. Stop The Spread
We continue to keep those families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in our prayers. As always, we wish you and your family good health.
~Town of Huntington Housing Authority
The Huntington Housing Authority (HHA) is an independent public corporation established by state law to provide federally subsidized public housing for low-income residents within the Huntington area. The HHA owns the Gateway Gardens housing complex.Learn More
Millennium Hills is a mixed development in Melville that provides safe, decent and affordable housing for low-to moderate income families within the Town of Huntington. It is a tree-lined community of two- and three-bedroom units, each of which has dishwashers, washing machines and dryers. In addition, all units have 1 ½ bathrooms and private yard space.Learn More
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.
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).
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.