310 S. Roosevelt ST
Aberdeen, SD 57401

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We are very excited to announce our partnership with Safe Harbor in Aberdeen, SD. ERLS Intake Staff will be there in person every Thursday from 8am-3pm taking applications for services. If you have any questions or would like more information call 605-336-9230. ...
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FYI that this may happen to some of our tenants today. If you experience an outage, there is nothing that we can do and you do not need to call in a work order. When the power comes back on and you experience difficulties, then please call in a work order.Attention Brown County Residents. Northwestern Energy and Northern Electric Coop have informed us that there may be rolling blackouts today. You can expect the outages to last between 45 minutes and an hour. If you are in need of a warm place to stay during that time, you can contact dispatch, ph # 626-7911, and an officer will assist with coordinating a warm place to stay. We ask that you contact your provider with questions or concerns about your service. Northwestern Energy (800) 245-6977, www3.northwesternenergy.com/homeNorthern Electric Coop (800) 529-0310, www.northernelectric.coop/ ...
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FYISouth Dakotans are asked to conserve energy use for the next 48 hours during the widespread extreme cold across the Midwest. Please turn down thermostats to 68-degrees or lower; turn off and unplug non-essential lights and appliances; and avoid using large appliances such as ovens and washing machines. Small changes can make a big difference and it is going to take all of us working together to get through this. Energy reserves are exhausted and the Southwest Power Pool, which manages the energy grid in South Dakota, has directed members, including NorthWestern Energy, to ask customers to conserve energy in order to mitigate the risk of more widespread and longer-lasting outages. ...
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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