There are 50 Housing Authorities in Connecticut. Housing Authorities are your first point-of-contact for getting housing assistance.
Housing Authorities in Connecticut
Your local Housing Authority is your gateway to access affordable housing in Connecticut. Housing Authorities in Connecticut are in charge of administering Section 8, Public Housing projects, and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) properties in Connecticut.
Your eligibility for affordable housing programs in Connecticut are based on the Connecticut Income Limits. Check Income Limits in your local area or contact your local Housing Authority to see if you qualify.
Bridgeport Housing Authority (CT001)150 Highland Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604 Details
Norwalk Housing Authority (CT002)24 1/2 Monroe Street
Norwalk, CT 06856 Details
Hartford Housing Authority (CT003)180 John D. Wardlaw Way
Hartford, CT 06106 Details
New Haven Housing Authority (CT004)360 Orange Street
New Haven, CT 06511 Details
New Britain Housing Authority (CT005)16 Armistice Street
New Britain, CT 06053 Details
Waterbury Housing Authority (CT006)2 Lakewood Road
Waterbury, CT 06704 Details
Charter Oak Communities (CT007)22 Clinton Avenue
Stamford, CT 06901 Details
Enfield Housing Authority (CT008)1 Pearson Way
Enfield, CT 06082 Details
Middletown Housing Authority (CT009)40 Broad Street
Middletown, CT 06457 Details
Willimantic Housing Authority (CT010)49 West Avenue
Willimantic, CT 06226 Details
Housing Authorities by County
There are 8 counties Connecticut. Click on your county below to see which Housing Authority serves your region.
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Want to learn more about Connecticut? See Loan Limits in Connecticut to view maximum loan amounts or click here to view 40th percentile FMRs.
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Last updated on February 25, 2020