2007 Recognitions by San Francisco Office of Public Housing

HUD presented certificates to Northern California and Nevada Public Housing Authorities (PHA) to recognize their achievements over the past year. They were announced at the NorCal-Nevada Chapter of the NAHRO (National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials) Conference held February 3, 2008, in Seaside, California. Here is a list of those who received awards.

  • 2007 Housing Choice Voucher Program of the Year - Larger Division

  • Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz
  • 2007 Low Rent Public Housing Program of the Year - Larger Division

  • Housing Authority of the County of Tulare
  • 2007 Housing Choice Voucher Program of the Year - Smaller Division

  • Housing Authority of the City of Hollister &
    Housing Authority of the City of San Juan Bautista
  • 2007 Low Rent Public Housing Program of the Year - Smaller Division

  • Housing Authority of the City of South San Francisco
  • 2007 Special Achievement in PHA Administration - Individual

  • Tia Ingram (Berkeley Housing Authority)
  • 2007 Special Achievement in PHA Administration - PHA

  • Yolo County Housing
  • 2007 Director´┐Żs Recognition for Support of HUD

  • James Nakashima & Housing Authority of the County of Monterey
  • Housing Choice Voucher Program Most Improved SEMAP 2006 to 2007

  • Consolidated Area Housing Authority of Sutter County
  • Low Rent Public Housing Program Most Improved PHAS 2005 to 2006

  • Housing Authority of the County of Clark, Nevada
    High Performer Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Programs
    (Dates differ because of agency fiscal years.)
  • 2006 Housing Choice Voucher Program High Performer

  • Housing Authority of the City of Fresno
    Housing Authority of the County of Fresno
    Marin Housing Authority
  • 2007 Housing Choice Voucher Program High Performer

  • Housing Authority of the County of Alameda
    Housing Authority of the County of Butte
    Housing Authority of the County of Clark, Nevada
    Crescent City Housing Authority
    Fairfield Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the City of Hollister
    Housing Authority of Kings County
    Lake County Housing Commission
    Housing Authority of the City of Las Vegas
    Housing Authority of the City of Livermore
    Madera Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the County of Merced
    Housing Authority of the County of Monterey
    Nevada County Housing Authority
    Nevada Rural Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburg
    Plumas County Community Development Commission and Housing Authority
    Redding Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the City of Reno
    Roseville Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the City of San Jose
    Housing Authority of the City of San Juan Bautista
    Housing Authority of the County of Santa Clara
    Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz
    City of Santa Rosa
    Shasta County Housing Authority
    Solano County Housing Authority
    Sonoma County Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus
    Housing Authority of Suisun City
    City of Vacaville Housing Authority
    Yuba County Housing Authority

High Performer Low Rent Public Housing Programs
(Dates differ because of agency fiscal years.)

  • 2005-2006 Low Rent Public Housing Program High Performer

  • Housing Authority of the County of Santa Cruz
    Plumas County Community Development Commission and Housing Authority
    Housing Authority of the City of Riverbank
  • 2006 Low Rent Public Housing Program High Performer

  • Housing Authority of the County of Merced
    Housing Authority of the County of Fresno
    Housing Authority of the County of Clark, Nevada
    Housing Authority of the County of Tulare
    Marin Housing Authority
    Madera Housing Authority
  • 2007 Low Rent Public Housing Program High Performer

  • Housing Authority of the City of South San Francisco

HUD appreciates the efforts of all our business partners. There were 10 Low Rent High Performers and 36 Section 8 High Performers. Congratulations to these outstanding organizations.

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