|Our pledge to you. We at RRHA are just as concerned as you are about keeping your information private. We want to protect any information you give us. So here's our promise to you. When you send us e-mail, we will not share your e-mail address with anyone outside RRHA. In fact, we will only use it to respond to your requests.
If you sign up for one of our (e-)mailing lists, we'll only send you the information you have requested; and we will not share your name or e-mail address with anyone outside of RRHA.
|RRHA uses a technology known as "cookies". Cookies are small amounts of text which our web site stores on your computer. Cookies let us do a couple of things. First, it will allow us to recognize your computer (not you, personally) when you come to our site. This recognition will allow you to enter discussion rooms without signing in each time or offer you direct links to the parts of our web site you like to visit. Second, it also allows us track the pages that each of our visitors use, so we'll know which sections are most important to you our customer. This information helps us to improve our web site and provide you with more pertinent information for your needs.
We will never share or sell information about you or about what pages you visited.
Policies and Procedures
|RRHA... AN OVERVIEW|
The Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority (RRHA) was founded October 3, 1940, under the Virginia Housing Authority Law of 1938 by the Richmond City Council as the official agency charged with the responsibility of eliminating blight and developing affordable housing in the city of Richmond. RRHA, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, is the largest authority in the state. RRHA currently owns, operates and develops units through its low-income rental housing program and the Housing Choice Voucher Program and advances community redevelopment and homeownership initiatives throughout the city of Richmond.
RRHA serves approximately 10,000 residents in 4,100 public housing units and, through its Housing Choice Voucher Programs, provides subsidized housing for approximately 3,000 units. The Authority has approximately 240 employees and manages federal, city and state funding . RRHA’s combined housing and community development programs serve a population of nearly 30,000 Richmonders.
Funding for the low-income housing program is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Community Development Block Grant funds (made available through the city of Richmond through the federal Housing and Community Development Act) provide the financial base for neighborhood improvement programs. Funding for RRHA’s neighborhood revitalization and conservation programs also comes from Home Investment Program Funds, the Virginia Housing Development Authority and local lenders.
RRHA is governed by a board of commissioners whom the Richmond City Council appoints. The
commissioners make policy decisions on current and future programs.
The implementation of RRHA’s policies and procedures is the responsibility of the Chief Executive Officer, who is appointed by the board of commissioners.
In meeting its mission and vision while providing quality services with integrity, the Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority adopts various policies and procedures.
Click on the links below to review the policies. If additional information is needed, contact the RRHA
Communications Office at 804-780-4167 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.