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A resolution was presented and adopted by the city for GHA's work throughout Greensboro.
Greensboro Housing Authority held Resident Council Leadership Training in March at its Claremont Courts Community Center.
THE GREENSBORO HOUSING AUTHORITY will close the Housing Choice Voucher Program and Public Housing waiting lists on April 30, 2013 both waiting list will remain closed until further notice and no applications for assistance will be accepted after the closing date.
Children enrolled in the Center for New North Carolinians Thriving at 3 program were invited to a fun day with the chil-dren enrolled in Claremont Courtsâ€™ program.
Public Hearing concerning the Agency Plan on Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 6:00 pm
Nearly 60 senior residents of Gateway Plaza come together on Valentine's Day to celebrate
Greensboro Housing Authority (GHA) was awarded the 2012 Spirit of North Carolina Award by the United Way of North Carolina (UWNC).
Greensboro Housing Authorityâ€™s Claremont Courts Community Center was the site of the US Department of Housing and Urban Developmentâ€™s (HUDâ€™s) Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Roundtable on February 6, 2013.
Greensboro Housing Authority (GHA) sent 11 players to Statesville to participate in the 16 th Annual Martin Luther King Southeast Regional Council (SERC) Basketball Challenge tournament
For Ten Years service on the GHA Board of Commissioners
List of times and locations where you may receive help filing your taxes at GHA computer labs.
Classes to help our elderly residents become more acquainted with technology, and improve their computer skills.
Information on the program supported by Thriving at Three to promote literacy in young children.
The Greensboro Cultural Center at Festival Park was the site of Greensboro's celebration of Housing America Month. Greensboro Housing Authority (GHA) in partnership with The African American Atelier hosted an art gallery and reception that featured posters created by children in Greensboro's affordable housing for NAHRO's annual "What Home Means to Me".
Greensboro Housing Authority (GHA) residents, staff and commissioners joined the Greensboro Police Department (GPD) on November 8, 2012, at the Claremont Courts Community Center to celebrate a program that has continued since 1989.
Partners Advocating Student Success held a special event in the Claremont Courts community and gave kids free haircuts, and info on bike safety, and more.
Greensboro Housing Authority hosts a celebration of Father's Day at its Raw Warren community.
Greensboro Housing Authority opens computer labs at two of their elderly communities.
Residents from nine Greensboro Housing Authority communities came together to commemorate the 29th anniversary of National Night Out on August 7, 2012.
Greensboro Housing Authority publishes its 2011 Annual Report.
The Servant Center and the Greensboro Housing Authority have partnered to better serve the needs of the homeless Veteran population.
On February 29, 2012, awards were presented at Housing Summit 2012 for outstanding contributions that exceed expectations, are innovative, and make a measurable impact on Greensboro's future. Greensboro Housing Authority (GHA) received the Building Healthy Homes award at the conference for the construction of a new community building and the renovation of existing apartments at Stoneridge, a Greensboro public housing community that is designated for the elderly.
The artwork of two high school students and one middle school student from Greensboro were selected to appear in the NAHRO 2012 What Home Means To Me calendar.
Greensboro Housing Authority employees reach their United Way goal.
Leslie McLean of Alcohol & Drug Services spoke to mothers enrolled in Greensboro's Thriving at Three (TAT) program as part of the Great American Smokeout on November 17th in Greensboro Housing Authority's Claremont Courts.
Greensboro Mayor William H. Knight; City Council Member Trudy Wade; Director of Public Housing for HUD's Greensboro Field Office Michael A. Williams; J. Hyatt Hammond Associates, Inc. Architect Bruce Cantrel; and Greensboro Housing Authority Chief Executive Officer Tina Akers Brown addressed a crowded room of Stoneridge residents, GHA staff, and other well wishers during the grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new Stoneridge Community Center on November 16, 2011.