VIRGIN ISLANDS HOUSING AUTHORITY
FY2021 Annual Plans – Public Notice
The Virgin Islands Housing Authority (VIHA) notifies its residents, participants and the public at large of the availability of: VIHA’S FY2021 ANNUAL PLANS FOR THE LOW-INCOME PUBLIC HOUSING (LIPH) & HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER (HCV) PROGRAMS.
The Annual Plans will be available for public review by request from October 16, 2020 through November 29, 2020 from 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. (45 calendar days). Please click on the link below to view VIHA Plans.
Low Income Public Housing – VQ001Housing Choice Voucher Program – VQ901
Please contact our offices to obtain a copy of the Annual Plans.
St. Thomas – Central Office9900 Oswald Harris CourtCharlotte AmalieSt. Thomas, VI 00802(340) 777-8442St. Croix – Central Office#5 Upper BethlehemKingshill, VI 00850(340) 778-8442
The Annual Plans incorporate VIHA’s strategic goals and activities designed to promote quality affordable housing for low-income families including statements of housing needs, resources, certifications, policies and procedures that support improvements to VIHA’s Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher and development programs. This 45-day public review period is an opportunity for residents, participants and interested members of the public to examine and provide feedback to VIHA on these documents.
Interested individuals are also invited to attend a Virtual Public Hearing scheduled on November 30, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. You can join the meeting through the following ZOHO link: https://meeting.zoho.com/meeting/join?key=1075606401 .
To join by telephone, individuals can call 1-631-248-2093 and enter the passcode # 107-560-6401.
Residents, participants and other members of the public are invited to submit written comments on the Annual Plans. Written comments must be received on or
before November 27, 2020. All written comments should be forwarded to:
VIRGIN ISLANDS HOUSING AUTHORITY ATTENTION: FY 2021 ANNUAL PLAN 9299 ESTATE SLOB ST. CROIX, VI 00850-9719 OR email: email@example.com.We encourage you to take advantage of this forty-five (45) day public review period.