Tucked away in the northwest corner of Lebanon City, Webster Manor is a neighborhood of duplex townhouses lining gracefully curving streets.
Three- and four-bedroom townhomes located on the Northside’s Steckbeck and Meily Streets, as well as our Southside location on Lafayette Street.
Two- and three-bedroom townhouses in the Cornwall-Lebanon School District in the 2100 block of Center Street.
Cedar Court in South Lebanon Township is the Housing Authority’s newest townhouse complex.
Elderly housing includes Stevens Towers on Willow Street and Washington Arms on Chestnut Street
Families who wish to apply for any of the Authority’s programs must complete an online application. Please note that you MUST have a valid Social Security number AND be age 18 or older to complete an application. The application process involves two phases. The first is the “initial” application for assistance, which results in the family’s placement on the waiting list. The second phase is the “final determination of eligibility,” which occurs when the family reaches the top of the waiting list. At that time, each applicant gets interviewed, and the Authority verifies all eligibility factors. Applications may be submitted online through our website whenever the waiting list is open.
The Redevelopment Authority administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME, and other state/federal community development programs and serves both the County and City of Lebanon. The Authority also administers the first-time homebuyer program along with several other home rehab/access programs to assist low and moderate-income persons. Ms. Karen Raugh is the Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority. Staff includes Jody Chernich, Community Development Specialist and Dan Lyons, Programs Director.
Housing Authority 2023 Annual Plan
The Housing Authority’s Five Year Plan for fiscal years 2023 – 2027 has been prepared and is available for download by clicking here. The Plan includes the 2023 proposed annual and five-year projected Capital Fund Program (CFP) budgets, as well as the Annual Performance and Evaluation Reports for all open CFP funding years. Also included are the proposed flat rent amounts for the Public Housing Program and various regulatory changes to the Public Housing Admissions & Occupancy Policy and Section 8 Administrative Plan.
A public hearing on the Plan was held at 1220 Mifflin Street on April 12, 2023 at 1:45pm.