“The Tioga/Bradford County Housing Authorities and Tioga Redevelopment Authority are dedicated to providing and advocating for affordable housing, a safe living environment, and opportunities for people in need.”
“The Tioga/Bradford County Housing Authorities and Tioga Redevelopment Authority aspire to be the ultimate resource to address housing needs in both counties.”
The Tioga/Bradford County Housing Authority and Tioga County Redevelopment Authority (TBHRA) is a joint agency that encompasses the Tioga County Housing Authority, the Bradford County Housing Authority and the Tioga County Redevelopment Authority. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, under the Pennsylvania Housing Authorities Law of 1937 (35 P.S. 1541) and Urban Redevelopment Law of 1945 (35 P.S. 1701), authorized each county’s Board of Commissioners to enact resolutions pursuant to these laws declaring a need for each Authority locally and appointing a five-man board to govern its affairs. TBHRA serves an area of 2298 square miles over two counties, with a combined 947 authority owned rental units and 477 Section 8 Vouchers. Additionally, the Tioga County Redevelopment Authority, in conjunction with the Tioga County Board of Commissioners, administers HUD-issued Community Development Block Grants.
The dates the Authorities were formed are as follows:
Redevelopment Authority of the County of Tioga January 1963
Housing Authority of the County of Tioga April 1965
Bradford County Housing Authority September 1969