Project Based Vouchers (PBV)
Please visit: Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
The City of Beacon Housing Authority (BHA) was created in 1969 and since then has been providing affordable housing to eligible individuals and families in the City of Beacon and surrounding communities.
The BHA is governed by a seven member Board of Directors. Five members are appointed by Beacon’s Mayor. Two members are tenant representatives who are elected by the tenants of Forrestal Heights and Hamilton Fish Plaza. Our policies and priorities are established through a five-year/annual plan. We receive most of our funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which has rated us as a High Performer.
The BHA manages 245 apartments subsidized by Project Based Vouchers and also provides Housing Choice Voucher rental assistance to over 300 families living in our jurisdiction.
Located on Wolcott Avenue
(Rt. 9D), Beacon NY
- This building features 175 units ranging in size from studios to 5 bedrooms.
- We serve income-eligible residents.
- Residents consist of senior citizens, people with disabilities, and families.
- This property is adjacent to a park with a new playground and basketball and tennis courts.
- On-site laundry and beautician.
- County-sponsored lunch programs for senior citizens.
- Conveniently located within walking distance of Main Street, with access to local bus transportation and parking.
- Solar panels supply high-rise residents with hot water.
Located at 194 Tompkins Terrace
The BHA provides rental assistance to 61 units at Tompkins Terrace through the Project Based Voucher rental assistance program.
One Forrestal Heights
Walk in Hours
Mon / Wed / Fri
8am – 3:30pm
Tue & Thu
By appointment Only
Mon – Fri
8am – 3:30pm
Please note the waiting list is now closed click here.
Register here for alerts on the opening and closing of the waiting list.
Hamilton Fish Plaza
Located at 31 Eliza Street
- This building features units ranging in size from studios to 1 bedroom.
- We serve income eligible-residents.
- Residents consist of senior citizens and people with disabilities.
- Conveniently located within walking distance of Main Street.
- On-site community room and laundry.
- Solar panels supply residents with hot water.
If you or anyone in your household is a person with disabilities, and you require a specific accommodation in order to fully utilize our programs and services, please contact our office.
HUD sets the income limits for applicants. To be income eligible, a family must be at least a low-income family according to the income limits set by HUD.
During the BHA’s fiscal year, at least 40% of the families admitted must be extremely low income.
Please visit: HudUser.gov for current income limit information.