When it comes to what’s happening at home, residents have the inside scoop. Park City Communities works to empower the movers and shakers in our communities. Resident Associations at each site provide a platform for residents to discuss developments and concerns.
Last Thursday of each month, 5:00pm 150 Highland Ave, Bridgeport, CT
1st Monday of the month from 6pm - 7:30pm
Gary Crooks Memorial Center
301 Bostwick Ave, Bridgeport, CT
(203) 337-8959 keonte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
3rd Thursday of each month, 5:30pm
Bldg 10 Community Room
455 Trumbull Ave, Bridgeport, CT
Third Wednesday of each month, 5:00pm
733 South Ave, Community Room
(203) 953-9311 email@example.com
Second Wenesday of each month, 5pm
Harborview Towers Community Room 376 E Washington St, Bridgeport, CT
Rev. Willie Bell
First Wednesday of each month
Jose Quiroga, President
Maribel Torres, Vice President
Pearly Allen Sams, Secretary
Nina Stuckus, Treasurer
Sergeant of Arms - Election Pending
Second Wednesday of each month, 5:00pm
Harborview Towers Community Room
376 E. Washington St, Bridgeport, CT
First Wednesday of each month, 5:00pm
457 Eleanor Apts, Community Room
695 Park Ave, Bridgeport, CT
(203) 449-5861 firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking leadership to the next level, the Resident Advisory Board – comprised of resident association officers from each of these associations – works closely with our board and staff, reviewing the annual plan and its many components, from buildings and maintenance to youth development programs.
Resident Associations are a way for residents to get involved and help improve the quality of life in their communities. Associations plan and host social and recreational programs for residents and give them an opportunity to channel their concerns to PCC. Resident Associations can also represent residents ' views and interests in the operation of their community. By participating in your Resident Council, you can have a say….
Resident Associations facilitate resident involvement by encouraging input on programming and operations matters. By addressing issues pertaining to the community, the Associations promote public safety, self-sufficiency, and help create a more positive living environment for families.
Resident Associations meet once a month at each family complex. All head of households (any age) or residents at least 18 years of age and whose name appears on a lease for the public housing complex that the Resident Association represents are eligible to participate. Residents are encouraged to join the Resident Association in their community or to form a Resident Association where none exists.Contact your Site Manager or Family Service Coordinator for more information. .