This page is dedicated to all of Springfield Housing Authority's residents.
Here you will find notices about any and all activities for our residents, as well as an introduction to some of your SHA neighbors.
SHA News – This is Springfield Housing Authority's newsletters to all tenants. Click Here to View!
Tenants are now able to view their acount history by clicking here. The User Name is the Head of Household's last name and the Password is the last four digits of the Head of Household's social security number.
Have your monthly statement directly withdrawn from the account of your choice and avoid late fees and eviction processes. Direct Debit forms are available with the Accounts Receivable Clerk, at 200 North Eleventh Street or by clicking here.
Find out more about the Family Self-Sufficiency Program who's goal is to empower people to take control of their lives by becoming independent, productive members of the community. Click Here to find out more.
The SHA is in the process of developing and implementing Section 3 guidelines as directed by the Obama administration. The Section 3 program requires that recipients of certain HUD financial assistance, to the greatest extent possible, provide job training, employment, and contract opportunities for low- or very-low income residents in connection with projects and activities in their neighborhoods. Subject to Board approval, the policies and procedures will be available and presented to contractors for all work items beginning January 2011 and forward. Click Here to View More.
Public Housing Deficient Rent Checks will be uploaded to the prepaid cards by the 28th of each month. Please allow this time for the cards to be uploaded before calling the Springfield Housing Authority.