Enhancing Housing, Engaging Minds, Enriching Lives.
Norwalk Housing, established in 1939, provides decent, affordable housing for eligible low-income families and the elderly through 1,084 Public Housing units and manages 1,067 Section 8 Vouchers for area landlords. Norwalk Housing participates in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Public Housing, and Homeownership Voucher program, and is governed by five Board of Commissioners.
Norwalk Housing provides a wide range of educational opportunities for residents of assisted housing in Norwalk including free after school programs and enrichment programs for children. College educations are possible for Norwalk Housing residents through the Norwalk Housing Foundation College Scholarship Program.
The low-income housing complexes in Norwalk, CT include:
- HUD Apartments
- Section 8 Apartments
- Public Housing Apartments
- Non-profit Senior and Family Low-income Apartments
- Low-income Tax Credit Apartments (LIHTC)
The mission of Norwalk Housing is to build, maintain, and preserve safe, affordable housing through well managed, mixed income properties that strengthen our community.
Norwalk Housing will empower residents to achieve self-sufficiency through innovative partnerships that encourage personal and professional growth.