Morristown Housing Authority

 
The Morristown Housing Authority Board of Commissioners are responsible for setting policy, which govern the operations of the Housing Authority, ensuring that the agency operates within the law according to The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations. The Executive Director of the Housing Authority is selected by the Board of Commissioners and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Housing Authority.
 
Morristown Housing Authority oversees 470 units of housing. 270 units are for senior citizens, 200 units of family housing, and the Housing Choice Voucher Program, which assists family with their rent to private landlords within the Town of Morristown.
 
The NJ Department of Community Affairs requires that all commissioners take five courses, which are offered by the Center for Government Services.
 
The Morristown Housing Authority consists of seven (7) members.  Five of these members are appointed by the Council to serve five-year terms.  One member is appointed by the Mayor to serve a five-year term.  One member is also appointed by the governor.
NOTICE: The Housing Authority of the Town of Morristown Board of Commissioners Fiscal Year 2021-2022 meetings held at 6:00 pm is scheduled as follows:
 

 Date

Time

October 25, 2021 (*)

6 PM

November 22, 2021

6 PM

December 27, 2021

6 PM

January 24, 2022

6 PM

February 28, 2022

6 PM

March 28, 2022

6 PM

April 25, 2022

6 PM

May 23, 2022

6 PM

June 27, 2022

6 PM

July 25, 2022

6 PM

August 2022 (RECESS)

-

September 26, 2022

6 PM

 
 *Regular Meeting followed immediately by Board Annual Meeting. Due to National Emergency of the Coronavirus and the restrictions for large public gatherings, meetings will be held via Zoom until such time the restrictions are lifted - Changes to the meeting schedule will be posted at www.morristownha.org. To join a meeting online go to https://zoom.us/join, enter Meeting ID: 899 5835 5777, Passcode: 191443 OR join via phone by dialing 1-646-876-9923. Be further advised that formal action may be taken at this meeting, a portion of which may be held in closed session. The Agenda of the meetings, to the extent known at this time, is as follows:
 
1. Call to Order
2. Reading of the Open Public Meeting Act Notice
3. Roll Call
4. Pledge of Allegiance
5. Moment of Silence
6. Approval of Minutes
7. Executive Report
8. Committee Reports
9. Old Business
10. Resolutions
11. New Business
12. Public Comment
13. Mayor’s Comments
14. Council Liaison’s Comments
15. Adjournment