Welcome
to the
North
Hempstead
Housing
Authority
What can the
NHHA
DO FOR YOU?
The North Hempstead Housing Authority
is here for you!
The NHHA is a vital part of the North Hempstead Township. The North Hempstead Housing Authority aids and often provides low rent and housing apartments to qualified residents.
Be Connected
Get Involved
NHHA Board meeting schedule
Join us every month at one of our board meeting so you can find out what policies, changes and new programs the NHHA is working on to help you.
Be a part
of our Community!
The NHHA always has something going on!
Check our events pages on a regular basis. We post our notices for special events at any number of our facilities where you and your friend and neighbor are welcome to join in the fun.
Making it
a little easier
for you.
All the forms you need!
Now Available Online
All the forms typically requested are now available online for your convenience. In addition frequently asked questions are also posted online as well as to better serve you whenever you may need it.

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The North Hempstead Housing Authority (NHHA) provides comfortable and affordable housing in a safe and secure living environment for low and moderate income residents. Both Magnolia Gardens in Westbury NY and Manhasset Valley in Manhasset NY are affordable housing options that promote community and stability.

The Section 8 Housing Program, Family Self-Sufficiency Program, and Senior/Disabled Housing are available to North Hempstead residents. The NHHA is run by Executive Director Sean Rainey and his staff at the Housing Authority office in Suite 121, 899 Broadway, Westbury NY, with the direction and policies of Chairman Mathew Cuomo and the Board of Commissioners.

ALERT: CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

To reduce the spread of the Coronavirus,  effective immediately, the use of the community room, fitness room, and recreation room have been suspended.

Furthermore, North Hempstead Housing Authority staff will be on limited hours until further notice. If you have work orders, please call them in. Emergency repairs will take priority.  Updates will be given to residents as received. Again, follow the CDC’s recommendation, wash your hands regularly and avoid unnecessary contact with others. For more information about the coronavirus click here

Click here to learn more www.hud.gov/coronavirus.