Duluth HRA’s COVID-19 Response
The HRA’s central office in King Manor will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18.
We will continue to take applications. Applications for public housing and Section 8 are available online, and will be available by mail or can be picked up outside the Central Office (use the 2nd Street entrance and follow the directions on signage). Completed applications can be either mailed in or dropped off in the secure mail slot on the first floor of King Manor.
Staff will continue to process applications and staff will be working with residents to ensure continued leasing, maintenance, and appeals.
Maintenance and Inspection staff will be asking if anyone in the household is sick before entering a unit. Any inspections and non-emergency repairs will be rescheduled if there is an ill person in the unit.
We will be utilizing technology including conference calling, video conferencing, email, and phone interviews to continue serving our residents and move applicants into housing from our waiting lists.
Please also check our Documents Library (listed under Links -> HRA Documents Library) for forms that you can either print and mail in or fill in electronically. Fill out, sign, and submit forms electronically in Adobe Reader: https://get.adobe.com/reader/ (also available in the Play and iTunes store).
2019 Building Healthy Communities Award
April 17, 2019, the Duluth HRA was awarded the ‘2019 Building Healthy Communities Award’ by Duluth LISC in recognition of courageous leadership in supportive housing and the transformation of the Esmond Building.
HRA Board of Commissioners Elects Officers for 2019
At their Annual Meeting on January 29, 2019, the Board of Commissioners of the Duluth Housing & Redevelopment Authority (HRA) elected the following officers: Michael Talarico, Chair; Ann Glumac, Vice Chair; and Ron Boshey, Secretary.
HRA Resident Awarded Minnesota NAHRO Scholarship!
Natasha Gordon, an HRA resident who lives with her mother and sister in a scattered site property owned and managed by the HRA, was one of three state-wide winners of a $1,000 Minnesota Chapter of the National Association Officials (Minnesota NAHRO) Post-Secondary Scholarship award. Natasha was nominated by the Duluth HRA which is an agency member of Minnesota NAHRO. Jill Keppers (left), the Executive Director of the Duluth HRA, presented the award at the Duluth HRA Board of Commissioners meeting on May 29, 2018. Natasha will be graduating from Denfeld High School in June and will be attending the College of St. Scholastica this fall, majoring in Business.