Welcome

On this site, we hope to make a myriad of information available to those who wish to find out more about the types of housing that are offered as well as eligibility requirements, site information, ongoing activities and links to supportive services and other related agencies.

Mission Statement

The Bridgewater Housing Authority was established to provide safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities in the Town of Bridgewater and we are passionate about this mission. We are committed to providing opportunities to people who experience barriers to housing because of income, disability or special needs, in an environment that preserves personal dignity, and in a manner that maintains the public trust.

A primary goal of the Bridgewater Housing Authority is to not only provide housing for low-income households, but also to improve housing and economic opportunities for residents through our programs. We want to help our residents to not only live, but thrive, under our roofs.

We accomplish this goal alongside our mission to deliver high standards of property management, fiscal management and service delivery.

The Bridgewater Housing Authority was established to provide safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities in the Town of Bridgewater and we are passionate about this mission.

Our Team

Board Members

Joan Neumeister, Chairperson j.neumeister@comcast.net
Nicholas Bagas, Vice Chairperson claminick@yahoo.com
Stacy Driscoll, Membersd2017@yahoo.com

Paul Battista, Member – paulbattista@yahoo.com

Staff

Colleen Doherty, Executive Director(508) 823-6308
Kristen Anderson, Regional Portfolio Director  – (508) 823-6308 Ext. 220

Kerri Hilton, Portfolio Manager – (508) 823-6308 Ext. 223
Cheryl Murphy, Senior Program Coordinator(508) 697-7405 Ext. 11

Report Maintenance Problem

24/7 Maintenance Emergency phone number is (508) 697-7405.

Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Any individual who believes he or she has been denied employment or housing, discharged, or has suffered discrimination in compensation or in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment or housing on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, 760 CMR: DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT age, ancestry, disability, marital status, veteran status, membership in the armed forces, presence of children, or political beliefs, receipt of public assistance rental assistance or housing subsidy or any other basis prohibited by law, has the right to file a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD).