Past Webinars & Conferences
  • "Helping Residents Breathe Easier by Addressing Asthma Triggers In Housing” scheduled for April 5, 2016, 1 - 2:30 pm. Learn more...
  • Thursday, March 5, 2015 from 2 - 3:00pm (EST) on "How to Successfully Adopt a Smoke-Free Policy in Public and Multifamily Housing." Read more...
  • Webinar on Thursday, June 4th, 2015 from 2:00 - 3:15 p.m. EST: Enforcing Smoke-Free Housing Policies and Overcoming Barriers to Implementation: On-the-Ground Strategies. Read more...
  • Webinar on September 10, 2014 - Multifamily housing communities are on the front lines of the bed bug battle. Housing managers and staff have come a long way in managing this pest. Bed bug management can be expensive, frustrating, and time consuming. This webinar will help members of the affordable housing industry make decisions about how and where to spend time and money in order to be effective in prevention and management of bed bugs. Learn more...
  • Webinar on July 14, 2014 - From the Ground Up: Creating Partnership Between Public Housing Authorities and Workforce Investment Boards. Learn more...
  • Webcast for the Focus Group: RAD/EPC Convening
  • Check Out the Presentations from "Moving EPCs Forward"
  • Green Conference Presentations Are Now Available! PowerPoint presentations from the Going Green Intelligent Investments for Public Housing conference held earlier this year can be viewed here.

PHA Energy Conservation Success Story Webinar on August 20, 2015

In continuation of the Energy Is Everywhere webinar series, we are pleased to announce the 10th webinar titled: PHA Energy Conservation Success Story.

Webinar will take place on 20 August 2015 at 3 pm. Webinar details are below.

Each of the over 3100 Public Housing Authorities (PHA) are required to implement energy conservation efforts into their mission to provide low income housing when those efforts are found to be cost effective. HUD does not prescribe any one single effort in order for PHAs to accomplish that effort. This allows PHAs to be innovative in their effort to reduce energy consumption and provide energy efficient facilities to their residents. In this webinar, we will hear from one PHA how they were able to reduce energy consumption through an innovative approach that reduced water usage, improved resident quality of life and reduced cost for the PHA.

Please register for this informative webinar at:

Hoarding, Housing, and Pests: A New Approach

Posted: 09 Jul 2015 10:46 AM PDT

Join StopPests in Housing on August 4th, Noon – 1:30pm Eastern Daylight Time (11 am CDT, 10 am MDT, 9 am PDT) to learn about a new approach to address hoarding in multifamily housing, and its impact on pest control.

Through a partnership with the Boston University (BU) School of Social Work, BU School of Public Health, and the University of Nebraska, Omaha, the Boston Housing Authority (BHA) learned that clutter is often associated with an increase in pest reports among their residents. This can certainly be an obstacle to implementing a successful integrated pest management program. In this webinar, learn how you can use their experience, tools, and intervention program to train your own staff to help residents with clutter and hoarding issues. You and your staff will learn how to recognize, flag units, and rate the severity of clutter or potential hoarding, and then offer an intervention that will empower residents to address hoarding behaviors.

Join us and our speakers, John Kane (BHA) and Jordana Muroff (Boston University), for this FREE 90 minute webinarby registering here: Hoarding Webinar Registration

Email for more information or if you have any questions.

Energy is Everywhere

Dear Executive Directors:

HUD and the Department of Energy are continuing the “Energy Is Everywhere” Webinar series by hosting the 9th instalment of the series on Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 3:00 PM EDT. Once more, the webinar series aims to bring additional resources to Public Housing Authority residents on Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and energy education. This month, the focus will be on partnering with families on early childhood education. Please register using the registration link below.


Families are a young child's most important first teachers, but engaging busy families in meaningful interactive learning can be a challenge. Join Pittsburgh's Carnegie Science Center and Albuquerque's Explora Science Center to discuss best practices for successful family science engagement, including strategies developed by both museums to reach a diverse audience of families. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Please join us July 16, 2015 at 3:00 PM EDT.
Register for webinar:

Please share this information with staff who work on energy issues, resident services staff, and resident leaders. You may also wish to send this announcement with local schools and/or other organizations with whom you work on energy issues or STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) projects. More information can be found on our website. The link is located below:

Any questions about the series may be directed to

HUD Region IV Office of Public and Indian Housing Energy Conference 2013

May 28-30, 2013
Panama City, Florida
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HUD Region IV/V, Office of Public and Indian Housing Networks, in conjunction with Local Initiative Support Coalition, Enterprise Community Partners and Alabama Housing Association, will host the Third Annual Energy Conference in Panama City, Florida on May 28-30, 2013. The Energy Conference will combine a diverse group of over 300 participants, including energy professionals, public housing agencies (PHAs), affordable housing leaders, educators, HUD employees, policy makers and key decision-makers from across the region to promote sustainability through energy efficiency thereby reducing government spending. Keynote speakers will discuss energy topics that will be of interest to affordable housing providers, developers, engineers, architects and policy makers. With this conference, it will expand unity in the field of energy efficiency within HUD and the private sector.

For more information please email: