Coventry Housing Authority

Coventry Housing Authority

Public Housing for Elderly and Disabled

Funded by the federal government, through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), public housing was established to provide safe, decent, affordable housing. Coventry Housing Authority provides three developments of public housing for the elderly and disabled who meet the income limit guidelines set forth by HUD.

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Knotty Oak Village

75 – 1 Bedroom Units; Elderly & Disabled
HUD – Public Housing

Knotty Oak Village was constructed in 1967 and is located on 6 acres consisting of 75 units in 13 residential structures. 22 units are located on the second floor.

  • Unit consists of pantry, dining/living room, bedroom, and bathroom
  • Kitchens equipped with stove and refrigerator
  • On-site Management Office
  • Health & Social Services
  • On-site Community Hall with Laundry Facility
  • Property served by Public Transportation
  • Tenants’ Association
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Cable/Internet Ready
  • Surveillance cameras
  • Heat and electric (limited) included
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John O. Haynes Manor

24 – 1 Bedroom Units; Elderly & Disabled
HUD – Public Housing

John O. Haynes Manor was constructed in 1981 and is located on 4 acres of wooded landscape with 24 units in 2 residential buildings. 8 units are located on the second floor.

  • Unit consists of pantry, dining/living room, bedroom, and bathroom
  • Kitchens equipped with stove and refrigerator
  • Tenant storage room located in buildings
  • Health & Social Services
  • Each building contains a coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Tenants’ Association
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Cable/Internet Ready
  • Surveillance cameras
  • Heat and electric (limited) included
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North Road Terrace I & II

96 – 1 Bedroom Units; Elderly & Disabled
HUD – Public Housing

North Road Terrace is located on 10 acres of land with 96 units in 8 residential buildings. The property was built in two phases in 1983 and 1989. 32 units are located on the second floor.

  • Unit consists of pantry, dining/living room, bedroom, and bathroom
  • Kitchens equipped with stove and refrigerator
  • Tenant storage room located in buildings
  • Health & Social Services
  • Each building contains a coin-operated washer and dryer
  • On-site Community Hall
  • Tenants’ Association
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • Cable/Internet Ready
  • Surveillance cameras
  • Heat and electric (limited) included

In order to apply to this federal program, you must be at least 58 years of age or legally disabled and have household income no greater than the limits set by HUD. Click below for the Public Housing current income limits.

Call or stop by our office to receive an application. Applications may be returned by mail or in person. To be accepted to the waiting list your applications must be complete. You can request an application for this program by phone or stop by the CHA Main office. You can also call the Public Housing Manager Cris Slick at 401-828-4367.

For 24 hour Maintenance Emergencies residents can call 828-4384