Vermont Housing Authority

The Vermont Housing Authority is made up of several local city and county branches that cover most of the population. Vermont has lots of programs that cover both voucher programs for housing and public housing if they're available. Vermont Housing Authority branch locations can help you with several different things, including applying for programs, helping to find new housing, or with any issues that you might be having with your current living arrangement. Depending on your income, you will get either part or all of your housing payment covered by the government. To get more information about your local VT Housing Authority, select form either the city or county near you below:

County Housing Authorities

City Housing Authorities

VT006 Winooski Ha Housing Authority

Address: 83 Barlow Street, Winooski, VT, 05404-2020

Phone: (802) 655- 2360 Ext 22

Fax: (802) 655 - 5540

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VT005 Barre Housing Authority

Address: 30 Washington Street, Barre, VT, 05641-4529

Phone: (802) 476- 3185 Ext 0

Fax: (802) 476 - 3113

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VT001 Burlington Ha Housing Authority

Address: 65 Main Street, Burlington, VT, 05401-8408

Phone: (802) 864- 0538 Ext 210

Fax: (802) 658 - 1286

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VT003 Rutland Housing Authority

Address: Templewood Court, Rutland, VT, 05701-3533

Phone: (802) 775- 2926 Ext 13

Fax: (802) 747 - 6180

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VT002 Brattleboro Ha Housing Authority

Address: 224 Melrose Street, Brattleboro, VT, 05301-6527

Phone: (802) 254- 6071 Ext 0

Fax: (802) 254 - 5590

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VT009 Bennington Ha Housing Authority

Address: 10 Willow Road, Bennington, VT, 05201-1730

Phone: (802) 442- 8000 Ext 0

Fax: (802) 442 - 7301

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VT004 Springfield Ha Housing Authority

Address: 80 Main Street, Springfield, VT, 05156-2907

Phone: (802) 885- 4905 Ext 0

Fax: (802) 885 - 5857

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Finding Affordable Housing in Vermont

For a lot of Americans, finding affordable housing can be a struggle. This is where your local housing authority can come in handy – whether you're a person who is below the poverty line, an elderly person that's searching for subsidized retirement accommodations, or a disabled person, you probably qualify for some kind of subsidized housing. We encourage you to search for your local Vermont housing authority by clicking on the links above to begin your journey to a more comfortable state of living. We've got a list of the addresses, websites, emails, and phone numbers that can help you find the place you deserve. is a comprehensive database of information about housing authorities. Public housing was created to provide safe and decent rental housing for low-income families, senior citizens, and persons with disabilities. Units that are provided by Vermont public housing provide a large variety of living arrangements, from single family houses to apartments with care for elderly people. Currently, 1.2 million households live in public housing, which is overseen by around 3,300 housing authorities. We try to keep our information as accurate as possible, but if you find any inaccuracies, please contact us.