Norton Redevelopment & Housing Authority

Public housing authority in Virginia
375
Residents
Across All Properties
218
HUD Units
Across All Properties

Household demographics

Recent Scores

HUD’s Public Housing Assessment System, or PHAS, is used to evaluate how well public housing authorities manage their low-rent housing programs, and to guide the level of HUD intervention needed. Read more about how this scoring system works →

According to data published by HUD.gov, the most recent PHAS assessment for Norton Redevelopment & Housing Authority was in 2017, in which it received a passing score. It was designated as Small PHA Deregulation, which means it is eligible to be assessed every other year.

87/100
Latest Score
Physical Condition 28/40
Financial Condition 25/25
Management Operations 24/25
Capital Fund 10/10

Score History

Norton Redevelopment & Housing Authority has been scored at least 4 times between 2013 and 2017.

2014
88
Standard Performer
Physical Condition 31
Financial Condition 23
Management Operations 24
Capital Fund 10
2015
91
Small PHA Deregulation
Physical Condition 31
Financial Condition 25
Management Operations 25
Capital Fund 10
2016
88
Standard Performer
Physical Condition 28
Financial Condition 25
Management Operations 25
Capital Fund 10
2017
87
Small PHA Deregulation
Physical Condition 28
Financial Condition 25
Management Operations 24
Capital Fund 10

Properties Managed

Property City County Latest Inspection Year Latest Inspection Score
REGENCY TOWERS
200 6th St NW
Norton Norton city 2016 69

Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Note: This database contains all inspection reports made available to the public by HUD from 2013 to March 2018. If a property is inspected multiple times within a short time period, it is possible that HUD has not publicly released all of those inspection scores. Data for multifamily complexes only includes facilities with an active HUD contract. This demographic data comes from HUD’s website, but it was submitted by local housing authorities and property owners, and it may not reflect the most current demographic makeup. The total number of residents and HUD units are self-reported by the housing authority. Because figures for each property are reported separately and in different years, the grand total may not match.

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