Public Housing Program

Funded by the federal government, through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), public housing was established to provide safe, decent, affordable housing. The Ansonia Housing Authority manages two developments for our family, elderly and disabled participants who meet the income limit guidelines set forth by HUD, not to exceed 30% of their gross adjusted income.

John J. Stevens
75 Central Street

Monsignor Hynes
70 Woodlawn Avenue

   
34 – 1 Bedroom Units
Elderly & Disabled
18 – Efficiencies
56 – 1 Bedroom Units
Elderly & Disabled
John J Stevens was constructed in 1968 and is located on one half acre of land consisting of 34 units in 2 residential structures. 22 units are located on the second floor. Monsignor Hynes was constructed in 1964 and is located on 3.6 acres of wooded landscape with 74 units in 7 residential buildings. 37 units are located on the second floor.
  • Unit consists of pantry, dining/living room, bedroom, and bathroom
  • Kitchens equipped with stove and refrigerator
  • On-site Laundry Facility
  • Property served by Public Transportation
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Heat and hot water included
  • Unit consists of pantry, dining/living room, bedroom, and bathroom
  • Kitchens equipped with stove and refrigerator
  • Community Center with Laundry room
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Heat, electric, and hot water included

The Public Housing waiting list is currently closed.