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Project Based Voucher Program Wait List for St. Paul’s Apartments: Applications Available

Posted on Wednesday, November, 14th 2018
    UPDATE: Applications are now offline. If you downloaded an application, please ensure it is postmarked NO LATER than December 5, 2018. Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) will distribute applications on November 16, 2018 for the Project Based Voucher Program (PBV) wait list for St. Paul’s Apartments. This wait list is...
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RESCHEDULED 12th Annual Resident Forum: Young Terrace

Posted on Tuesday, November, 13th 2018
    Attention residents of Young Terrace! The resident forum originally scheduled for October has been rescheduled.  Help shape the future of Norfolk’s public housing by attending NRHA’s 12th Annual Resident Forum. Join us to talk about Low Income Public Housing, the St. Paul's area transformation, public safety, community...
Scam Alert

Scam Alert

Posted on Wednesday, November, 7th 2018
    It has been brought to the attention of NRHA that a company may be soliciting residents for their SNAP card and pin number with the promise of free groceries.  This is not an NRHA program nor are they a community partner. Be advised to NEVER share your pin number with anyone or organization. If you encounter a situation that...
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NRHA Announces Phase II of the Homes at Bay Oaks Park

Posted on Thursday, November, 1st 2018

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