Holyoke Housing Authority

475 Maple Street, Suite One, Holyoke MA 01040

(413) 539-2220


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Explore the application process for public housing and our Rental Assistance Programs.

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Moving to Work

Moving To Work is a demonstration program created by Congress in 1996.

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Employment Opportunities

Explore employment opportunities with the Holyoke Housing Authority.

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Resident Services

Live independently, become self-sufficient, or reach personal financial or employment goals.

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Women and Minority Owned Business

The HHA is looking to expand our partnerships with WBE/MBE businesses. 

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What is Section 3?

Job training and employment opportunities for low income households.

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Latest News

  • 03 Jul 2019

    2019 Softball Game

    The Holyoke Housing Authority would like to thank the Springfield Housing Authority for joining us in our first annual softball game.  It was a lot of fun, a great game, and we are already looking...
  • 06 Jun 2019

    First South Holyoke Community Conversation

    Thanks to all who came out for the first South Holyoke Community Conversation last week! Abacus Architects + Planners and The Berkshire Design Group, Inc. presented various options for the housing...
  • 14 May 2019

    Congratulations to Darcy Scholarship Recipients

    Staff from HHA’s Resident Services Department was glad to be in attendance at the annual Holyoke Community College Scholarship Reception on May 9th as 3 very deserving tenants were awarded the Anne...

In the News

Comcast Newsmakers

Comcast Newsmakers

Matthew Mainville, the Executive Director of the Holyoke Housing Authority, recently sat with Nathan O'Leary from the Comcast Newsmakers show to talk about the current state of homelessness and affordable housing. To view the interview please check out the link at ComcastNewsmakers.com


Thu Jul 18 @ 6:00PM -
Board Meeting
Wed Jul 24 @ 6:00PM -
The 2nd South Holyoke Community Conversation

Records Request

All record requests should be made to our Records Access Officer (ROA):
Matthew Mainville, Executive Director
Holyoke Housing Authority
475 Maple Street | Holyoke, MA 01040
413-539-2202 |  
For more detailed information please check our Record Request Policy.