For the Community

Programs which benefit and enhance the quality of life in our community include:

Weed and Seed
The Weed and Seed program is a strategy within the U.S. Department of Justice that incorporates community-based initiatives. It is a comprehensive and multi-agency approach to law enforcement, crime prevention and community revitalization. Read more about how the two-pronged “weed and seed” approach works…

“Niagara Carrier” Magazine
Created in 1993, the “Niagara Carrier” Magazine is an award winning publication designed to keep residents informed on Housing Authority news such as new regulations, upcoming events and employment opportunities. Read more…

“Ambassador Over the Months” Program
Ambassadors are residents of the Niagara Falls Housing Authority that are selected quarterly for recognition; they receive a community celebration at their respective development, certificate of achievement, gift card, cake, and their name is placed on the distinguished “Ambassador Over the Months” plaque that is located at each community. Read more about the selection criteria and process…

North Star Cultural Project
The North Star Cultural Project is a collaborative effort between the Niagara Falls Housing Authority, the State Parks and the City of Niagara Falls among others. The project involves the development of a pocket park with the Wrobel Towers housing community serving as the main focus of this project. Read more about this unique collaboration…

Operation SNUG
Operation SNUG (guns spelled backwards) is a community, government and corporate partnership aimed at improving public safety for youth and young adults through the elimination of gun and gang violence. The program targets at-risk youth ages 14 to 25 and provides outreach, prevention and intervention services to direct troubled youth away from illegal activity. Read more…

Annual Thanksgiving Feast
Currently in its 20th year, the Niagara Falls Housing Authority’s Annual Thanksgiving Feast provides a traditional Thanksgiving meal (complete with turkey and all the trimmings) to those in need. The event serves 300 children, youth and adults annually and is open to all Niagara Falls Housing Authority residents and deserving individuals and families in the Niagara Falls community.