Elm City Communities/Housing Authority of New Haven (ECC/HANH) is committed to transparency.
Any significant changes to policy, new policy development, adoption of Annual Plans and Reports and more are publicly advertised in local papers including the New Haven Register, Inner City News and La Voz. We allow for a 30 day public comment period during which we hold a public hearing.
- Public hearing notices:
– Administrative Plan and Admission & Continued Occupancy (ACOP) Public Hearing (August 2021)
– 2022 MTW Annual Plan Public Hearing (rescheduled: June 2021)
- Board of Commissioner Meeting Minutes:
– July 2021, June 2021, May 2021, April 2021, March 2021
Reports generated by ECC/HANH are public documents.
Moving to Work (MTW) Annual Plan
Annually, ECC/HANH develops a Moving to Work Plan which describes the MTW initiatives that will be undertaken during the year. At the conclusion of the year, the agency publishes an MTW Annual Report summarizing progress made during the year.
All Plans and Reports are made available to the public for review prior to passage. Additionally, a public hearing is held. Plans and Reports are then submitted to US Housing and Urban Development for approval.
View or download from our PDF library:
- Proposed Admission & Occupancy Plan (ACOP) Revisions (July 2021)
- Proposed Administrative Plan Revisions (July 2021)
- Proposed ACOP/Administrative Changes Guide – Spreadsheet (July 2021)
- 2022 MTW Annual Plan Draft
- 2021 MTW Annual Plan Amendment #1 Draft
- 2020 MTW Annual Plan Summary
- 2020 MTW Annual Plan, Amendment #1
- 2021 MTW Annual Plan
- 2019 Moving to Work Annual Report
Annual Budget & Financial Statement
Annually, the agency approves an Annual Budget.
Agency Plans & Policies
All agency policies governing the Low Income Public Housing (LIPH) program are included in the Agency’s Admission and Continued Occupancy Plan (ACOP).
All agency policies governing the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)/Section 8 program are included in the Administrative Plan.
Click below to see case studies and resources that examine partnerships with housing organizations and school districts:
– A Case Study on Housing and School Partnerships – New Haven (Urban Institute)
– A Case Study on Housing and School Partnerships – Akron, Ohio (Urban Institute)
– Seattle Public Schools in partnership with affordable housing partnerships