Root802 has launched a new website for Rutland Housing Authority (RHA) at rhavt.org. The ground-up rebuild streamlines the affordable housing non-profit's online presence.
The new site features details, photos and applications for RHA's affordable housing developments: Hickory Place, Rutland Area Bridge Housing, Sheldon Towers and Templewood Court; as well as assistance for Vermonters looking to participate in Section 8 housing opportunities, including the Housing Trust of Rutland County’s Lincoln Place permanently supportive housing project; and information about the bevy of resident services RHA offers.
"We were looking for an accomplished Vermont firm to do a complete make-over of our outdated website," says Kevin Loso, RHA CEO. "We are very pleased with the results as our new site is technologically state-of-the-art, fresh and user-friendly."
"Some of the most rewarding work I’ve done over the past 20 years has been helping Vermont housing organizations provide safe, decent and affordable housing to Vermonters," says Root802 partner Craig Bailey, who spent more than 10 years as web developer for Vermont Housing Finance Agency before helping launch Root802. "We're glad to welcome Rutland Housing Authority into our portfolio."
Since 1963, Rutland Housing Authority has provided quality housing for low- and moderate-income families and individuals. As one of eight municipal Public Housing Authorities in the State of Vermont, it administers the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher programs, affordable housing developments and supportive services for its residents and community at-large.
Its housing developments are within the City of Rutland; and its Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers can be used within 6 miles of the Rutland City limits: Rutland City, Rutland Town, West Rutland, Center Rutland, Proctor, Mendon and North Clarendon.