The Bristol Housing Authority was established in 1943 to obtain affordable housing for mid to low-income residents in Bristol and offer them opportunities to participate in a variety of educational and recreational activities in their communities.
The agency’s mission, unlike any other Connecticut program, is to create opportunities for affordable housing in a suitable living environment and to promote self-sufficiency within each community.
Strategies are continually developed to seek grants and to maintain financial stability in light of reduced federal funding to improve our housing stock and provide necessary services for our residents.
To date, the agency has spent over $25 million on renovations to enhance the standard of life and to create places residents can proudly call home.
Bristol Housing Authority Developments:
164 Jerome Avenue Bristol, CT 06010
Contact: Marilyn Rivera, Tel (860) 585-2037
59 Vance Drive Bristol, CT 06010
Contact: Sharon Oquendo, Tel (860)584-8553
J.F. Kennedy Apartments
70 Gaylord Street Bristol, CT 06010
Contact:, Tel (860) 584-9407
70 Gaylord Street Bristol, CT 06010
Contact: . Tel (860)584-9407
164 Jerome Ave Bristol, CT 06010
Contact: Marilyn Rivera, Tel (860)585-2037
You can request more information by calling (860) 582-6313 or visit their website.
Bristol Housing Authority is located at 164 Jerome Avenue Bristol, CT 06010.
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