RENO HOUSING AUTHORITY WAITLIST OPENING

Board of Commissioners

The Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting policy and supervising the Executive Director. They are appointed by the Mayor of Reno and confirmed by the City Council to serve four-year terms. One of the five must be a tenant in an RHA program.

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Dave Aiazzi

Chairman

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Mark Sullivan

Vice Chair

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Dejanae Solley

Commissioner

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Mayor Hillary Schieve

Commissioner

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Kathleen Taylor

Commissioner

Board Meetings

The Housing Authority of the City of Reno will conduct public meetings on the following dates:

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3/26 Board MeetingMarch 26, 202412:00
3/06 Special Board MeetingMarch 6, 202412:00
2/27 Board MeetingFebruary 27, 202412:00
1/23 Board MeetingJanuary 23, 202412:00
1/04 Board MeetingJanuary 4, 202412:00
12/15 Board RetreatDecember 15, 202309:00
12/8 Board MeetingDecember 8, 202315:00
11/28 THC Annual MeetingNovember 28, 202312:00
11/28 WHFC Annual MeetingNovember 28, 202312:00
11/28 WAHC Board MeetingNovember 28, 202312:00

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Dave Aiazzi

Chairman

Dave is a stalwart public servant with a deep love for northern Nevada and its residents. He has a lifetime of public service under his belt, having served in numerous leadership capacities throughout northern Nevada. A Sparks native, he began his public service in 1990 by taking over the Sky Tavern Junior Ski Program from the City of Reno, and transitioning it to a nonprofit organization. He also served on the board of Artown, a large culture festival hosted in Reno, for a dozen years. He was also a founding member of the Truckee Meadows Water Authority in 2002 when it was purchased from Sierra Pacific Power Company. Dave has additionally carried out duties as a longtime Reno City Councilman, from 1996 until 2012. There he was deeply involved in garnering services for homeless people, bringing art projects to the city, and open space and park improvements to his ward. At the same time Dave served on the Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Governing Board and Regional Transportation Commission for a number of years.

Among the things accomplished during his time on the Reno City Council are the ReTrac Project, Aces Stadium, the Events Center, City Hall, 4th Street Transit Station, soccer fields at Moana, the Whitewater Park and more.

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Mark Sullivan

Commissioner

Chairperson Mark Sullivan is passionate about helping those in need which is shown in his dedication and enthusiasm for the Reno Housing Authority. Mark’s background stems from the construction industry, moving quickly into local government affairs that included legislation for the Associated General Contractors (AGC) and lobbying for contractors.

In his commitment to help others, Mark was instrumental as one of the four founders of Reno’s ACE High School. The charter high school specializes in career and technical education through practical hands on applications. The school, through its students, builds a house a year and with proceeds going toward funding of additional building trade projects.

Mark is a true believer in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs that states our most basic needs are food, clothing, and shelter. His goal, as a RHA Board member, is to identify the housing gaps in our community and focus on filling those through the efforts of RHA. Mark is grateful for the hard work the RHA staff does and their dedication to helping others.

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Mayor Hillary Schieve

Board Member

Hillary brings to the Council her entrepreneurial experience as an employer and local business owner, as well as her out-of-the-box thinking which helped her businesses prosper during the economic downturn.

Hillary is the owner and operator of three businesses in the City of Reno.

She wants to use her business knowledge to help eliminate bureaucratic red tape and spur job creation.

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Kathleen Taylor

Commissioner

It’s tough to find someone with as much affection for northern Nevada as Kathleen Taylor. A Reno local, Kathleen is a graduate from the University of Nevada, Reno, the Reno + Sparks Chamber Leadership Program and the Reno Citizens Institute. That deep knowledge of and love for the community gives her a broad perspective on a kaleidoscope of ways the community can prosper, including affordable housing infrastructure.

Kathleen prides herself on being a team player dedicated to providing vibrant communities for everyone. A local small business owner, she previously served as a city planning commissioner where she advised the city council on economic development, natural resource conservation and enhancement, housing development and land use decisions. She has also been a member of the Building Enterprise Funding Advisory committee.   

A mom of two who lives in the downtown core of Reno, Kathleen says she sees firsthand how a variety of housing results in a dynamic, energetic community, and she recognizes how stable, affordable housing impacts people’s health and quality of life.

PUBLIC NOTICE

RENO HOUSING AUTHORITY WAITLIST OPENING

OPEN: Monday, April 15, 2024 at 8:00 A.M.
CLOSES: Friday, May 3, 2024 at 5:00 P.M.

The Reno Housing Authority is currently accepting applications for the following waitlists:

PUBLIC HOUSING

Essex Manor 2 & 3 bedrooms
Located off Golden Valley exit & 395 North

Stead Manor 2 & 3 bedrooms
Located off Stead Blvd /Stead Airport exit & 395 N

Mineral Manor 1, 2, 3, & 4 bedrooms
Located off Wells Ave and 9 th St.

John McGraw Ct. 1 bedroom
Tom Sawyer Village Studio, 1 & 2 bedrooms
Both located off Silverada Blvd and Wells Ave.

Myra Birch Manor 2 bedrooms
Located off Neil Rd.

PROJECT BASED ASSISTANCE

1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms
Located off Golden Valley exit and other locations.

PROJECT BASED ASSISTANCE
at Silverada Manor

Studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms
Located located off Silverada Blvd and Wells Ave.

HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER

While submitting an application will not house someone tomorrow, it begins the process to obtain permanent affordable housing for low-income households. There is always more need for affordable housing than availability and households are encouraged to apply for all programs and waitlists for which they are eligible.  The wait for an offer of Public Housing or a Housing Choice Voucher may be months or years, but it is a long- term solution for many people.

You may apply using your cell phone, tablet, or computer.
To apply online click HERE.

To request assistance due to limited English proficiency, a disability or no access to the internet, computer, cell phone ortablet, please visit us in person, call or send an email to:
Reno Housing Authority
Monday - Friday | 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
1525 E. Ninth St. Reno, NV 89512
admissions@renoha.org
Ph: (775) 329-3630
Fax: (775) 786-1712
TYY: (385) 770-7166

NOTICIA PUBLICA

AUTORIDAD DE VIVIENDA DE LA CIUDAD DE RENO APERTURA DE LA LISTA DE ESPERA

ABRE: Lunes, 15 de Abril, 2024 8:00 A.M.
CIERRA: Viernes, 3 de Mayo, 2024 5:00 P.M.

La Autoridad de Vivienda de la Ciudad de Reno esta aceptando solicitudes para las siguientes listas de espera:

PUBLIC HOUSING

Essex Manor 2 & 3 recamaras
Localizado salida Golden Valley exit & 395 North

Stead Manor 2 & 3 recamaras
Localizado salida Stead Blvd /Stead Airport exit & 395 N

Mineral Manor 1, 2, 3, & 4 recamaras
Localizado salida Wells Ave and 9 th St.

John McGraw Ct. 1 recamaras
Tom Sawyer Village Studio, 1 & 2 recamaras
Los dos localizados Silverada Blvd and Wells Ave.

Myra Birch Manor 2 recamaras
Localizado salida Neil Rd.

PROJECT BASED ASSISTANCE

1 recamara, 2 recamaras, 3 recamaras, 4 recamaras
Localizado salida Golden Valley y en otros sitios.

PROJECT BASED ASSISTANCE
at Silverada Manor

Studio, 1 recamara, 2 recamaras
Localizado salida Wells y Silverada Blvd

HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER

Poner una solicitud no significa que va a recibir asistencia de vivienda el día de mañana, pero empieza el proceso para obtener  asistencia de vivienda para personas de bajos recursos. Siempre existe mas  necesidad para recibir ayuda que la cantidad de unidades disponibles. Ponga su solicitud para todos los programas que califique. La espera para recivir asistencia en Vivienda Publica o un Vale de Vivienda podria ser meses o años, una vez que recibida la asistencia es una solucion mas permanente.

Puede poner solicitud usando su cellular, tableta o computadora.
Para poner una solicitud en linea haga click AQUI.

Para pedir ayuda con la solicitud porque no habla ingles, o porque tiene una disabilidad, si no tiene acceso a la internet , computadora, telefono cellular o tableta por favor visitenos en persona, llame o mande un correo electronico:
Reno Housing Authority
Lunes - Viernes | 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
1525 E. Ninth St. Reno, NV 89512
admissions@renoha.org
Ph: (775) 329-3630
Fax: (775) 786-1712
TYY: (385) 770-7166

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