Welcome to the Chelsea Housing Authority!

Home AlEwing 2We are committed to providing a full range of safe, secure, suitable and affordable housing opportunities to low income family, elderly and disabled households in a fair manner. We are committed to fair and non-discriminatory practices throughout all of our programs and activities.

We have developed this website to better serve our residents, applicants, advocates and the larger community by providing helpful information about the agency, its policies and application process. Please take the time to enjoy the site and feel free to contact us with suggestions regarding information that would be helpful to you or ideas about how the site can be improved.

Albert Ewing - Executive Director

Mission Statement
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Modernization
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Board Meeting Minutes
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Contact Us

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ANNOUNCEMENTS and PUBLIC NOTICES

Board Meeting:
Wednesday, April 15th, 4:00pm @ Administrative office, 54 Locke Street.
Wednesday, May 20th, 4:00pm @ Administrative office, 54 Locke Street.
Click here to view Minutes from past Board Meetings.

Resident Police Officer Non-Emergency Tip-Line

  
* If the event is an emergency please call 911 not this number *

The purpose of the CHA Resident Police Office Non-Emergency Tip-Line is for the residents to call in any suspicious behavior that could be jeopardizing the health and safety of the residents as long as it is not an emergency.

If you see something that you want the Resident Police Officer and/or the Director Supportive Services/Occupancy to check out and investigate,
please call this tip-line.

617-409-5314
More information

 
Annual Report:
Under the leadership of the CHA Board of Commissioners, the CHA Staff continued to implement the reforms that needed to take place in governance and management to restore public confidence, trust, and operational excellence. We appreciate the support we received from Chelsea City Manager, Jay Ash, the staff of the HUD New England field office and DHCD. The hard work and teamwork resulted in Chelsea Housing Authority receiving a high performer status for SEMAP and PHAS.
Click here to view the 2013 Annual Report.

Five Year/Annual Public Housing Plan and Outreach to Establish RAB: 
The Chelsea Housing Authority is in the process of updating the 5 Year/Annual Public Housing Plan. This process includes putting together a Resident Advisory Board to review the plans and provide comments and suggestions.
Click here for more information.
Click here for more information (Spanish).

Job Postings:
Interested candidates my submit resumes by mail or e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as instructed in the job posting.

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More information on Projects, Bids and RFP's.

March 5, 2015:
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS LEGAL REPRESENTATION FOR GENERAL COUNSEL AND LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT MATTERS

The Chelsea, Massachusetts Housing Authority (CHA) is seeking proposals, from individual attorneys or firms (Proposer) for legal services to be provided to the CHA as general counsel, including public sector labor, collective bargaining, and employment-related matters. Services required include advice and consultation on pending and arising matters as well as board governance, , representation in collective bargaining, matters involving employees, both unionized and nonunionized, before administrative bodies and/or in court, open meeting law, public records law, state and federal housing regulatory issues, and advice relative to policy development.

Proposers are requested to submit their proposals for services to be rendered no later than 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2015.

Click here for more information.