The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) is a proud recipient of 32,000 books from the National Book Foundation’s “Book Rich Environments” program, and has spent the summer distributing those books at its sites all over Chicago.
About 180 public housing students preparing to embark on college life celebrated with a giant trunk party Wednesday at the Chicago Housing Authority’s 13th annual Take Flight College Send-Off at the United Center.
Chicago Housing Authority residents who participated in the newly-minted “LevelUp” wealth-building program received their certificates of completion and celebrated their financial independence this month at a ceremony at the Charles A. Hayes Family Investment Center.
CHA launches pilot program to support voucher holders who are required to move from troubled units by offering up to $1500 in moving fees
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) announced today that it is launching a pilot program to provide a grant of up to $1,500 per household to Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) holders who are required to move from troubled apartments.
CHA Board advances three major new housing developments on the West, North and Southwest Sides, including the first phase of LeClaire
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) Board of Commissioners Tuesday advanced three major new housing developments on the West, North and Southwest Sides, including the first phase of the long-awaited LeClaire redevelopment effort. The other projects are Parkside Phase 5 in the former Cabrini Green
CHA Board to vote on West, North and Southwest Side housing developments, including first phases of LeClaire, at Tuesday’s meeting
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) Board of Commissioners is scheduled to vote on Tuesday on three major new housing developments on the West, North and Southwest Sides, including the first phase of the long-awaited LeClaire redevelopment effort.
CHA has joined the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Climate Challenge, committing to a 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and 15 percent energy use reduction over the next 10 years.
City officials and residents today joined executives from the Chicago Housing Authority, along with its private sector partners, Brinshore Development, and The Michaels Organization, to c
The CHA/S2S Scholarship is available to current CHA public housing residents or Housing Choice Voucher participants who have at least a 2.0 GPA and are high school seniors or college undergraduates.
The transition of GetInternet.gov to the new landing page occurred on the evening of May 3. AffordableConnectivity.gov will continue to exist as a resource for consumers and digital navigators and contain more detailed information about the Affordable Connectivity Program.