Randolph County Housing Authority (RCHA) has completed a draft of its Annual Plan and Move-to-Work supplement for 2023, in compliance with the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998. It is available for review on RCHA’s website and between 8:00 am and 4 pm, Monday through Thursday at the RCHA office located at 2280 Randolph Avenue, Elkins, WV. In addition, a public hearing will be held October 6th at RCHA’s office at 1:30 pm. A virtual meeting will be held October 6th at 3:30 pm. Call RCHA at 304-636-6495 for virtual login credentials. RCHA administers Section 8 rental assistance in Barbour, Lewis, Pendleton, Randolph, Tucker, and Upshur counties.
RCHA is honored to be awarded this generous grant to help address the critical need for health care workers! Kuddos to our staff for their hard work securing this grant. We are excited to bring this service to the region! See details in this Intermountain news article.
We are proud to have this program highlighted and equally proud of the work our students put in to achieve this success!
Randolph County Housing Authority is soliciting quotes for replacing 6 gas fired boilers in Elkins and Mill Creek, WV. Quotes, including time to complete, need to be received at the RCHA office at 2280 Randolph Ave, Elkins, WV 26241 no later than 4pm Thursday June 16, 2022. For a complete description of the work to be completed, visit rchawv.org or email [email protected]. RCHA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
For Contractors seeking information on boilers bid quote:
231 Diamond St, Elkins, two story quadplex: The project will consist of replacing gas boilers at each of the four apartments in this complex.
221-227 Woody Simmons Dr, Mill Creek, one story complex with four apartments. The project consists of replacing a gas boiler in two apartments in this complex.
A site visit is strongly encouraged to examine current boilers and determine exact materials needed.
Current boilers are 40,000 BTU and 38 gallons and fed by natural gas. They should be replaced with the same or better BTU and size.
Please note that prior to a contract being awarded for this project, contractor will provide RCHA with current copies of WV Contractor’s license, WV Worker’s Compensation, Insurance Policy, Form W-9, and Proof of Liability Insurance coverage. Any questions about the requirements or details of this project can be directed to Michelle Teter at 304-642-5160 or [email protected].
Wilmoth Street Apartments – Two story Quadplex: The project will consist of replacing roof at 201 Wilmoth Street, Elkins WV. A site visit is strongly recommended to examine and measure roof for exact material and work requirements.
Main Roof and Porch roofs: Remove existing shingles and felt. Examine existing roof sheathing to confirm in good working order and nailed down tight. Replace any damaged roof sheathing and advise with cost prior to replacing. Replace all existing roof boots, new titanium, new 30-year architectural shingles (color approved by RCHA), new ice guard for first layer of felt, new roof vent and new roof cap. Examine all flashing at porch roofs to confirm in working order, if not, replace as necessary. Please note that prior to a contract being awarded for this project, contractor will provide RCHA with current copies of WV Contractor’s license, WV Workers’ Compensation, Insurance policy, Form W-9 and Proof of Liability Insurance coverage.
Any questions about the requirements of this project can be directed to Sandy Bennett at 304-404-2913.
RCHA currently has multiple openings in our Section 8 and YouthBuild departments. Check out our Indeed page to learn more and apply.
RCHA is proud to roll out this new program! Read more about the MRAP program in The Record Delta article.
Randolph County Housing Authority (RCHA) has completed a revision draft of its Annual Plan and Move-to-Work supplement for 2022, in compliance with the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998. It is available for review below or in-person between 8:00 am and 1 pm, Monday through Thursday at the RCHA office located at 2280 Randolph Avenue, Elkins, WV. In addition, a public hearing will be held May 9th at RCHA’s Office at 1:30 pm. A virtual meeting will be held May 9th at 3:30 pm. Call RCHA’s office for virtual login credentials. RCHA administers Section 8 rental assistance in Barbour, Lewis, Pendleton, Randolph, Tucker, and Upshur counties.
Check out our events coming to the Learning Center in the next 2 months.
RCHA currently has 2 open positions:
Case Worker and Stability Coach.
To view job descriptions and apply, please visit Indeed.
This continued funding will allow us to continue to assist families on the path to financial stability.
RCHA is pleased to announce the hiring of Graham Godwin as the new Executive Director, beginning January 3, 2022. Graham was previously the Director of Research at Orion Strategies headquartered in Buckhannon, West Virginia, an organization that specializes in strategic communications, research, government relations, grassroots advocacy, and polling. Prior to Orion Strategies, Graham worked as a Grant Administrator for World Vision and as an NGO Development Consultant with the United States Peace Corps in Kyrgyzstan.
The Board of Directors and staff at RCHA welcome Graham Godwin to the RCHA team!
We are so pleased to be able to provide this program, and equally proud of our graduates. RCHA looks forward to partnering with Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College again in the future!
Public Hearing December 8th on RCHA’s “Moving to Work” Supplement
Randolph County Housing Authority (RCHA) has completed a draft of its Move To Work (MTW) Supplement to RCHA’s Annual Plan for 2022. It is available for review between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Monday through Thursday at the RCHA office located at 2280 Randolph Avenue, Elkins, WV for the next thirty days. A public hearing will be held December 8, 2021 at the housing office at 1:00 p.m. RCHA administers housing assistance in Barbour, Lewis, Pendleton, Randolph, Tucker and Upshur Counties.
RCHA is proud to have spearheaded and managed this lengthy project. This sidewalk is a big improvement for the school and the community. Read more about it in the Intermountain article.
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Check out what is happening at the Learning Center this month!
We were delighted to have Jack Harlen-Robertson join us this summer as part of this program!
The Randolph County Housing Authority is actively seeking a replacement for the retiring Executive Director. See this job posting on Indeed for details.
It is with a heavy heart that we share this article in the Intermountain announcing our Executive Director’s retirement.
The job posting for the Executive Director position can be found here.
See this article for details on extension of eviction moratorium.
We are proud of the contribution our WORC program is making in the community!
Proud of our YouthBuild’ers who participated in this great community day!