VHA News

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Aug
05

Your Opinion Counts! - Notice of Public Hearing on the VHA’s 2020 Moving to Work Plan

​ The VHA is requesting your comments on the Moving to Work Plan for 2020. Changes to VHA policies being proposed in the Plan include the following: VHA is proposing to develop two properties as Mixed Finance Public Housing projects. The first will be a new 46 unit property for formally homeless persons with behavioral health issues. The second is ...
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Jul
24

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS - Property Management and Construction Management Workflow and Staffing Analysis

The Housing Authority of the City of Vancouver is seeking responses for completion workflow and staffing analysis of our property management department and construction management department. The RFP is available at www. vhausa.org/business/bids-rfps . A copy of the RFP can also be obtained by contacting the Housing Authority of the City of Vancouv...
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Jul
17

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The Housing Authority of the City of Vancouver is seeking responses for project-based rental assistance to support development of Affordable Housing for Households below 50% AMI. The RFP is available at www.vhausa.com/business/bids-rfps . A copy of the RFP can also be obtained by contacting the Housing Authority of the City of Vancouver at 2500 Mai...
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May
08

Wait List Openings - Caples Terrace and Fort Vancouver Apartments

Notice is hereby given that Vancouver Housing Authority will open the following waitlists on May 15, 2019:    Caples Terrace located at 500 Omaha Way, Vancouver WA 98661 will open for occupancy in July 2019. These studio, 1 and 2 bedroom units are in a non-smoking building.  Applicants are referred from the Bridgeview ...
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Nov
28

Come Learn About the VHA's 75-Year History

You are invited to learn about the VHA's History. As part of our 75 th anniversary, we have installed a timeline display in our lobby at 2500 Main Street. The timeline highlights the four significant eras of our history:  The War Years (1942 – 1955), when we built 12,500 units of housing for Kaiser Shipyard workers and their families; Red...
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