Marty Walsh announces launch of City of Boston Voucher Program (Boston Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
February 10th, 2021

From the Boston Herald:

Boston Mayor Martin Walsh on Monday announced the formal launch of the City of Boston Voucher Program, which will help hundreds of low-income city families with rental assistance.

The rental voucher program is funded by the city’s operating budget and administered by the Boston Housing Authority.

Walsh announced the voucher program in his State of the City address last year, and included $2.5 million in the fiscal year 2021 budget to create the program.

“Boston is a home for all, and these vouchers will allow more of our low-income families to have stable, secure housing, a cornerstone of residents’ wellbeing,” Walsh said in a statement. “We are using every tool available to us to ensure families in our communities can continue to call Boston home.”

Read the Boston Herald's article "Marty Walsh announces launch of City of Boston Voucher Program," featuring the Boston Housing Authority.

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