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WCHA owns and operates 38 housing communities varying from senior hi-rises, apartments, townhouses and single dwelling homes. 

WCHA offers educational, recreational, social and wellness activities in many of these communities. WCHA also offers transportation, with wheelchair accessibility, to shopping areas, malls, banks, and grocery stores in targeted communities.

Latest Announcements/News

Part-time summer work now available

Westmoreland County Housing Authority currently has two summer vacancies at its sites in the Northern Area of the county. The part-time positions are for maintenance / ground keeping work from June through September. Pay is $14 per hour for high…

New program offered to help eliminate lead-based paints

The goal the Lead Paint Hazard Control and Healthy Homes Program of Westmoreland County is to protect the health of children and their families from dangerous effects of lead-based paint and other health and safety hazards likely to be  present in…

Hempfield Towers accepting applications

If you are in need of housing and over the age of 62 or disabled and are interested in living in the Hempfield Township area, Hempfield Towers, centrally located between Greensburg and Youngwood off of Route 119, is currently accepting…

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