ADDRESS

4901 Fairway Avenue, Suite A

North Little Rock, AR 72116

501-785-8911 (PHONE)  

501-758-6087 (FAX)

Official Site: www.nlrharad.org

NLRHA Site: www.nlrha.org

info@nlrharad.org

 

 

 

 

NLRHA CONTACTS

Belinda Snow

Executive Director

Project Director

 

Tammarrah Bryant

Public Housing Operation Manager

Admissions/Resident Relations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shanta Nunn-Baro

Special Projects Coordinator

Relocation  

Yulunda White

Development Manager

Construction, Procurement and Vendor Relations

 

 

 

 

 

STAY IN TOUCH

A Better Place for You 

Since the NLRHA opened its first apartments in 1942 in Silver City Courts, the primary funding source has come from Congress. And in our 76 years, funds have dramatically dwindled and responding immediately to resident maintenance needs is challenging.

 

We have over $90 million in repairs and upgrades and now receive only over a little million a year to repair systems in our effort to keep your "place" in the best shape.  Many of our residents have heard this often in the numerous meetings, especially over the last few years as we have been preparing for this the process of upgrading and requesting resident feedback. 

Using both Rental Assistance Demonstration and Section 18 programs, we are able to transform our sites and their surroundings into places that will:

  • Provide better housing and quality of life

  • Address our backlog of modernization needs. 

  • Keep rent affordable.

  • Add amenities, services and conveniences. Experience less maintenance issues and reduce the costs to maintain site.

  • Secure source of ongoing income to make upgrades and repairs in a timely manner.

  • No changes will take place until NLRHA receives approval to proceed from HUD.

  • Modernization goals and time frames are subject to change. 

  • If permanent and temporary relocation is needed, NLRHA assumes  certain costs.  

  • Residents who are relocated have a right to return 

  • You are not guaranteed to return to your same unit after renovation/redevelopment.

  • Some residents will be temporarily relocated to other public housing sites.

  • Rental assistance payments will convert to vouchers.

  • Rents will remain the same. Flat renters may have a slight increase but phased in over time.

What You Need to Know as a Resident

  • RAD PROPERTIES ONLY: after 1 year at new site, you can request a voucher and use on private market, depending on voucher availability.

  • Potential job opportunities through Section 3 program during construction.

  • The right to establish and operate a resident council and be eligible for resident participation funds does not change.