The Framingham Housing Authority, located in Framingham, MA, is a government agency that operates and manages public housing in Middlesex County. The Housing Authority oversees low-income housing, including the application process, eligibility guidelines, and related resources. Although many who pass the Framingham Housing Authority family developments on the historical former muster field site may see rows of townhouses, a closer look reveals the FHA is about more than bricks and mortar — it is about working daily to provide improved quality of life for each of its family, elderly and handicapped residents.
– Executive Director, Paul Landers
Free Chinese food lunch provided by Baypath Elder Services. Al residents are welcome.
Bingo meets weekly on Monday's except holidays. 50 cents per card. Caller: David Mayrand
Come bowl with your neighbors and JFS. This is a good way to keep active and have fun.
Pick up free goodies from Panera Bread and join us for coffee, tea and toast. All are welcome for conversation and laughs.
All are welcome for Rosary and Communion at Hastings House.
Connect to services, bring up building or unit issues, socialize with neighbors.
Free lunch provided by Baypath in the community room. All residents welcome.
Chinese Bible Church ESL class for Chinese speaking residents.
Lunch Bunch 12-12:45 Trivia 12:45-1:30 Walk and Talk 1:30-2 Arts and Crafts 2-2:45 Come for some or all of these activities. Participation encouraged but not necessary, all are welcome to […]
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The Framingham Housing Authority (FHA) is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners. Four of the members are appointed by the Mayor of the City of Framingham and confirmed by the City Council and one member is appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts.
1 John J. Brady Drive Framingham, MA 01702
Mon – Fri: 8:00AM – 4:00PM
The FHA is smoke free within our units and common areas within 25 feet from any building.
As an equal opportunity housing provider, the Framingham Housing Authority provides housing opportunities regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, familial status or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local law.