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Housing Authority of the City of Reno

General Information

The Housing Authority of the City of Reno (RHA) became an MTW agency in June of 2013. The agency manages approximately 750 public housing units and 3,000 Housing Choice Voucher units throughout the Reno community. RHA’s core MTW objectives include expanding housing choice, providing new choices for Public Housing residents to move to low-poverty neighborhoods, collaborating with local community organizations to explore ways to overcome homelessness, investing in repairs and improvements to its Public Housing stock, project-basing vouchers to promote poverty deconcentration and strengthen neighborhoods, overcoming the “benefits cliff,” reducing costs and achieving greater costs effectiveness, completing xeriscaping at its public housing sites, and conducting a rigorous rent reform evaluation.

More info at: https://www.renoha.org

MTW Status

RHA was selected as an MTW agency through a competition held in 2012 as part of HUD’s 2011 budget appropriation (Public Law 112-10, 125 Stat. 103) and its Standard MTW Agreement was executed on June 27, 2013, which extended its participation through its Fiscal Year 2018. As a result of Congress passing the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, RHA’s MTW Agreement was modified and extended to the end of its Fiscal Year 2028.

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Last updated March 17, 2023