Hingham Housing Authority (HHA) Receives the Creative Place Making Grant

Hingham Housing Authority (HHA) is the recipient of the Creative Place Making Grant.  This grant will provide improvements and additions to the community spaces inside and outdoors.   New enhancements will provide areas to gather which are safe, welcoming and a vibrant part of improving a sense of community to residents at HHA.  The community room improvements have begun, which include:

  • New paint
  • Refinished wood floor
  • Installation of new heating and air conditioning
  • Installation of new solar blinds
  • Areas for reading/TV watching; creative arts; exercise; meetings, etc.
  • Computer station
  • Exterior work will begin soon to enhance the grounds at HHA.  Look for the following:
  • Installation of a new patio adjacent to the community room with grilling space and a stone wall
  • Exterior Lighting
  • 2 Gazebos with built in benches  
  • Community Garden enhancement
  • New landscaping

Quincy Housing Authority Now Managing Marshfield & Hingham Public Housing

Quincy Housing Authority (QHA) has taken over management of 2 additional housing authorities, Hingham Housing Authority (HHA) in 2019 and Marshfield Housing Authority (MHA) in 2020.

Quincy Housing Authority is recognized as a high performing agency and has been successfully managing the two additional authorities.  Since new management began QHA has made much needed dramatic improvements at the two properties.  QHA is proud of these collaborative agreements and continue to improve the quality of living for the residents at Marshfield and Hingham Housing Authorities.

Additional information available from the Patriot Ledger

During the COVID19 Pandemic we ask that you follow the State guidelines:

  • All UN-VACINATED residents are REQUIRED to wear a face covering
  • Residents are advised to wash their hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soapy water
  • All residents are advised to be vigilant, monitor for symptoms and stay home if you feel sick
  • People over the age of 65 and people who have underlying health conditions – who are at high risk for COVID-19 – should continue to stay home except for essential errands such as going to the grocery store and to attend to healthcare needs
  • All residents are advised to leave home only for healthcare, worship and permitted work, shopping, and activities
  • When going to the pharmacy ask if you can fill your prescriptions for 90 days if possible; for some medications this is not allowed. If you are at high-risk, try to use a mail-order service
  • Parents should limit play dates for children
  • Use remote modes of communication like phone or video chat instead of visiting friends or family who are high risk for COVID-19

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