80 Clay Street
Quincy, MA 02170
Phone: (617) 847-4350
FAX: (617) 770-2876
TTY: (800) 545-1833

Announcements

    

QHA PARKING POLICY

WILL BE ENFORCED IN THE SNUG HARBOR FAMILY DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2019

The Quincy Housing Authority has adopted a new parking policy. Enforcement of the new parking policy in your development will begin January 1, 2019. This means, any tenant who wishes to park their vehicle on QHA property at Snug Harbor between the hours of 12:00 am and 6:00 am must have a valid parking permit (including all tenants with Handicap placards or license plates). The permit, in the form of a sticker must be permanently affixed to the inside lower corner of the driver side (left side) of the listed vehicle’s front windshield. For motorcycles, owners must affix the sticker to the fork on the operators left side. The parking permit (sticker) is NOT transferable. Any vehicle that is parked on QHA property between the hours of 12:00 am and 6:00 am without a valid parking sticker as of January 1, 2019 will be towed at the owner’s expense by Ayer’s Towing 440B E. Squantum Quincy MA. Phone # 617-328-0056.

If you have not yet done so, you must register your vehicle with your Property Manager as soon as possible. The Property Manager’s office is located at our Support Services Department, 26 Figurehead Lane in Germantown. In order to obtain a parking permit, you will be required to provide the Manager with a valid Mass. Driver’s license, and a copy of the vehicle registration. (Please note, the vehicle must be registered in the resident’s name.)

Further, if you are in need of a temporary permit, please see your property manager. A temporary permit may be issued to a resident in good standing on a case by case basis. Please note, parking on the street during winter months could lead to towing during snow storms. Please contact the City of Quincy for more information.

If you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact your Property Manager. Joanne Roche can be reached at 617-847-4350 ext. 404 and Kathleen Porrazzo can be reached at 617-847-4350 ext. 402.

Thank You

Carolyn M. Crossley

Assistant Executive Director-

                                                                      
 

ANNUAL PLAN

On Monday, December 10, 2018 the Draft Annual Public Housing Agency Plan for the Quincy Housing Authority ("QHA") as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") will be available for a forty-five (45) day public review and comment period.  The Draft is available for inspection by the public at the principal office of the QHA, located at 80 Clay Street, Quincy, MA  02170 and also available on this website under Documents.  The QHA Main Office is wheelchair accessible and reasonable accommodations will be provided to persons requesting assistance.  The Plan is scheduled to be submitted to HUD on February 21, 2019 or thereabouts.  A Public Hearing to consider comments on the Draft Plan will be held on  January 16, 2019 at 5:00 PM in the Community Room on the 12th floor of the QHA's principal office located at 80 Clay Street, Quincy, MA  02170.  Additionally the Quincy Housing Authority Board of Commissioners will meet on February 20, 2019 at 5:00 pm to consider adoption of the Plan before its submission to HUD; any additional comments on the Draft Plan will be considered up to this meeting.  This Board Meeting will also be held in the Community Room on the 12th floor at 80 Clay Street.  Anyone wishing further information on the QHA's Plan should contact Carolyn M. Crossley, Assistant Executive Director at 617-847-4350 ext. 200, or email cmcrossley@quincyha.com.   


 

 

 
                                                                         Quincy Housing Authority
                                                                                Goes Smoke Free 
 
 
As of July 1, 2015 the Quincy Housing Authority has established a smoke free environment! For decades, we have known the harmful effects of tobacco use, including smoking and second-hand smoke exposure. Health related issues caused by tobacco use also lead to increased medical costs for the community, as well as the individual. A tobacco and smoke-free environment is a healthier environment for everyone. Together we can implement strategies that support and sustain healthy lifestyles where people can live, work, learn and play.