Formed in 1946, the Framingham Housing Authority is led by a dedicated five-member Board of Commissioners. Together with Executive Director, Paul Landers, and a supportive staff of 41, the FHA maintains over 1000 units of public housing and administers rent subsidies for over 800 units of private housing, in cooperation with federal, state and local authorities.
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.
The Framingham Housing Authority has now secured the complete financing of the Carlson Crossing Modernization Project. The North Phase of the project consists of three accessible units that are currently under construction. The West Phase consists of 17 buildings, 68 units, of gut rehab construction to start in the fall. The East Phase includes a new community center and is projected to start in late fall of 2024.
The Housing Authority oversees low-income housing, including the application process, eligibility guidelines, and related resources. For example, Framingham residents can receive subsidies for low-income housing, access public housing programs, and learn about other resources for eligible Middlesex County residents from the Housing Authority.
Formed in 1946, the Framingham Housing Authority is led by a dedicated five-member Board of Commissioners.
Together with Executive Director, Paul Landers, and a supportive staff of 41, the FHA maintains over 1000 units of public housing and administers rent subsidies for over 800 units of private housing, in cooperation with federal, state and local authorities.
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.
Check out our calendar, so you can stay updated a multitude of fun events
and great things to do, including weekend events, throughout the year.
The news about recent activities for needed peoples claimed.
Coffee and snacks in the Memorial House community room, all are welcome.
Learn about building activities and projects, bring up issues to FHA management and JFS staff.
Come to hear news and updates from Jewish Family Services, the Callahan Center and Framingham Housing
Lunch Bunch 12-12:45 All are welcome to come and enjoy the company.
Come bowl with your neighbors and JFS. This is a good way to keep active and have fun.
Come play Wii Bowling with JFS and your neighbors. This is a good way to stay active and have fun.
Bingo meets weekly on Monday's except holidays. 50 cents per card. Caller: David Mayrand
All ages and abilities welcome. Come get active and have fun!
Come learn about monitoring your blood pressure at the Hastings Community Room.
Pick up donated Panera bread and stay for coffee and conversation. Event is located in the Brady community room and is open to all FHA residents. Grab and Go lunch […]
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.