The Affordable Housing Program manages the Borough of New Providence’s affordable housing units in accordance with the Fair Housing Act of 1985 and its amendments and the State’s Uniform Housing Affordability Controls (UHAC). It ensures that there are affordable housing units available for rent or sale by economically qualified lower income applicants and establishes and maintains a list of qualified applicants for the properties that may become available.
The Affordable Housing Program is also responsible for ensuring that money collected from developer contributions or public sources is placed in the Housing Trust Fund, and that it is fairly and equitably disbursed for the rehabilitation of substandard housing occupied by lower income households.
Margaret Koontz, Administrative Agent: 908-665-1124
AFFORDABLE HOUSING NEWS:
The Borough has established a waiting list for affordable units that may become available. To be added to the waiting list for future openings, you must complete and file a preliminary application. Applications will be added to the waiting list on a date-received basis.
The Borough rarely has a vacancy, so you may wish to contact other towns’ Affordable Housing offices or check the NJ Affordable Housing website for a listing of available units elsewhere. The State’s website is http://www.njhrc.gov/.
Any questions? You can contact the New Providence Affordable Housing via e-mail at email@example.com
Affordable Housing Settlement Agreement 2019
Affordable Housing Q and A Part 1
Affordable Housing Q and A Part 2
Council Meeting Information Packet March 18, 2019
Chart of Settlements by Neighboring Communities
AFFORDABLE HOUSING LETTER FOR LEGISLATORS
Residents are encouraged to download the attached letter and modify as you deem appropriate. Alternatively, you may write your own letter. You may also download the Affordable Housing resolution and include it with the letter you send to the legislators. You are welcome to send your letter directly to the legislators and governor (addresses listed below) or you may drop your letter off at the municipal center by Mon., June 10 and we will include it with others that we will send to the legislators and governor.
Governor Phil Murphy
Office of Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625
Senate President Steve Sweeney
935 Kings Highway
West Deptford, NJ 08086
Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin
569 Rahway Ave.
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
Senator Thomas H. Kean Jr.
425 North Ave. East
Westfield, NJ 07090
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick
251 North Ave. West
Westfield, NJ 07090
Assemblywoman Nancy F. Munoz
57 Union Place
Summit, NJ 07901