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1000 Shoes for 1000 Smiles

Posted on Tuesday, September, 16th 2014
When NRHA property manager, Yolanda Wiggins, received word that there was a family in her community whose children needed shoes, she jumped into action. “Not having shoes was prohibiting these kids from going back to school,” said Wiggins, “We take education very seriously here and I knew that I needed to get involved to help.” Yolanda called on...

NRHA board elects first female Chairperson, announces newly appointed board member

Posted on Thursday, September, 11th 2014
The Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority Board of Commissioners elected Barbara Hamm Lee as Chairwoman at the monthly business meeting today. Lee, appointed in 2010, served as vice-chair and becomes the first woman to chair the NRHA board in its 74 year history. She is Executive Producer and Host of WHRV-FM’s “Another View” and Managing...

Grandy Village Phase 6 Community Feedback Session

Posted on Monday, August, 11th 2014
As part of the on-going revitalization of Grandy Village, the Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) staff and project design consultants will present plans for Phase 6 improvements at 6:30 PM, August 13, at the Grandy Village Recreation Center, 3016 Kimball Terrace, Norfolk.

NRHA is partnering with ConnectHamptonRoads.com to explore better transit option connecting people with opportunities for work, school, recreation and other trips.

Posted on Friday, July, 25th 2014
Do you want better transit options to get to work, to school and other important destinations? Now is the time to speak up! Tell us what you want at www.ConnectHamptonRoads.com. We need your input to help shape a new plan that has the potential to transform how we connect people and places across Norfolk and the region. We think we can do a...

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