Reading Housing Authority

Offices CLOSING at Noon on Wednesday, Nov. 22.
Offices CLOSED all day November 23 and 24.

Improving the quality of life for families, those with disabilities and the elderly of low income

State Public Housing

The Reading Housing Authority was established in 1963 and has been developing and operating housing for low-income elderly/handicapped persons, families, and people with special needs throughout the Town of Reading.

Currently, the Authority owns and manages the following units:

  • 80 units of State elderly/handicapped ho9using at Frank D. Tanner Drive
  • 10 unites of Sate Family housing; 6 units at Waverly Oaks and 4 units at Parker Place

All Reading Housing Authority State properties are Smoke-Free properties.

State Housing Program Income Limits

Last updated 4/17/2017

Family Size Income Limit
1 $54,750
2 $58,450
3 $63,750
4 $73.050
5 $78,900
6 $84,450
7 $90,600
8 $96,450

Resident Charges for Services or Repairs

Resident Charges for Services or Repairs Schedule