The grand opening of Yesler's newest residential building, was celebrated on June 28. Mayor Jenny Durkan, SHA Executive Director Andrew Lofton, Red Cedar residents and development partners participated in the ribbon cutting.
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Join us and explore careers in transportation and warehousing on July 25 at the NewHolly Gathering Hall.
Seattle Housing Authority resident, Ruben D. Barron, performs live music in both English and Spanish at various senior housing properties.
Seattle youth, ages 1 through 18 years old will be able to have free breakfasts, lunches and snacks this summer provided by the Summer Food Service Program.
Learn more about the key factors that increase the risk of asthma.
Seattle Housing Authority residents and voucher participants, who want to pursue college degrees or post-secondary certificates may be eligible apply for these scholarships.
SHA is pleased to announce that Alice Kimbowa has been selected as Director of Rental Assistance Programs.
Saying goodbye to a longtime SHA resident.
Learn how to identify and avoid scams.
Does the cost of prescription drugs keep you from taking the medication you need? Here's ways to lower the cost of filling you prescriptions.
Find out what the best option is for you when it comes to getting medical care.
Yesler graduates were recognized at a celebration luncheon at Seattle University.
SHA's Board has approved a plan to purchase up to 500 units that will be added to SHA’s housing program.
SHA opposes president’s proposed 2020 federal budget.
Did you know nearly half of all U.S. adults have some type of heart disease? Here are five tips to improve your heart health.
Tenants learn which jobs are the most in demand and find out about education, training and funding opportunities.
Welcome to the new digital version of The Voice. It allows SHA to deliver news to tenants in a more effective and timely way.
Seattle Housing Authority provides stable housing for more than 34,000 people with low incomes.