310 S. Roosevelt ST
Aberdeen, SD 57401

+605 226 2321
fax +605 225 8220

Mon - Thu 10:00 - 5:00
Friday - 10:00 - 2:30

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Aberdeen Housing Authority

A great way to help out the Boys and Girls Club! It's fun and easy with free food/drink for the volunteers.The Brown County Fair Grandstand concession proceeds provide our largest fundraiser and largest source of revenue throughout the year. This year we have nearly 900 volunteer positions to fill and with your help, this year can be a huge success for area youth. All Club families are asked to volunteer for a minimum of one night during the week of the fair. Not a Club family? No problem. You are still welcome to volunteer. Friends, family and co-workers are all welcome! Please stop in the Club lobby today to pick where you would like to help. Have questions? Stop in the Club office or give us a call at 605-225-8714 Ext: 104 to see how you or the place where you work can help. Thank you! ...

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We have turned the office Purple to support a cure for Alzheimer's! For more information about Alzheimer's, go to alz.org. #endalz ...

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Attention Aberdeen Businesses we are challenging you to go Purple to #endalz. During the week of July 16th through July 20th we are looking to PAINT THE TOWN PURPLE. Call 216-3596 with questions about how to participate. ...

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History and Development

In November 1969 the City Commission adopted, pursuant to the Housing Authority Law, a resolution to establish a “Housing and Redevelopment Commission” for the city of Aberdeen. Effective January 1, 1970, the first Housing Commissioners were appointed. The Mayor appoints housing commissioners for 5 year terms. They are volunteer, non-paid citizens who contribute substantial time, interest, and effort in overseeing the operation of the Housing Authority according to the rules and regulations passed on from congressional enforcements. Meetings are held once a month, with special meetings as authorized by the Bylaws. The Aberdeen Housing Authority staff completes verifications of each resident’s income and medical expenses, if applicable, no less than every 12 months.

The Aberdeen Housing and Redevelopment Commission administers low-rent, subsidized housing programs in Brown, McPherson, Marshall, Day and Roberts counties.

Program
Year(s) Built
Location

Public Housing Program

75 Homestead Apartments
1973
2222 3rd Ave SE
25 Non-Elderly Family Homes
1973
7 scattered sites

Multi-Family Properties

 

51 Sherman Apartments
1981
223 S. Main St.
55 Dakota Square Apartments
1979
1902 N. Dakota St.

Tax Credit/Multi-Family Properties

32 Lawson View Townhomes
1975
1315 S. High St.
1316 S. Lawson St.

Tax Credit Properties

 

28 Sunshine Park Townhomes
2010
1524 S. Lawson St.
32 Meadow Wood Townhomes
2012
2714 1st Ave SE
41 Jackson Heights Apartments
2014
1016 1st Ave SE
40 Central Villas
2017
1901 S Merton St

Section 8 Existing Program

492 Vouchers with Private Landlords
Began 1991

Brown, McPherson, Marshall, Day, & Roberts Counties