October 4, 2023

BHP Updates-

Posted September 20, 2023

You are hereby notified that the September 25, 2023 regular meeting of Brattleboro Housing Partnerships Board
of Commissioners will be held at Ledgewood Heights Community Room, 62 Ledgewood Heights # 29,
Brattleboro VT at 4:30 PM

Posted August 25, 2023

RACC Meeting on Monday

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Posted August 23, 2023

Request for Qualifications for Architectural Services Brattleboro Housing Partnerships

BHP is seeking an Architect for the redevelopment of up to 6 buildings at Melrose Terrace in Brattleboro, VT. The Architect must be able to work on the project from initial designs for redevelopment through construction. The entire RFQ is available via Dropbox because of its size.

The RFQ contains all details on the proposed project, qualifications, and timelines. You must notify BHP by September 8 if you are interested in receiving the full RFQ and subsequent addenda.



Posted March 13, 2023

Administrative Plan Draft Change to Grievance Policy. Please submit comments about the proposed policy by 3/27/2023 to chazzard@brattleborohousing.org or by calling 802-254-6071

BHP Video Clips-

Welcome to our Neighborhood…
Ask the River 2022
Community Conversations on Compassion: Fall 2020 Series – Unsung Heroes
Rotary Cares: Ep 25 – Gayle Ottmann and Lorelei Morrissette
BHP Annual Mtg at Red Clover Commons 11/18/19

Current Community Information-

NOTE: Websites for information on the Coronavirus listed at the bottom of this column:
Current and accurate resource information listed below: 

Posted: March 13, 2023

VT Dept of Health you can order a free pulse oximeter


A pulse oximeter is an electronic device that clips onto your finger to measure how much oxygen is in the blood. Pulse oximeters are used in doctor’s offices and hospitals, and some people have these devices at home because of long-lasting lung disease or other medical problems. Using a pulse oximeter at home may give you an early warning that COVID-19 is getting worse – even before you start feeling sick or very sick. This helps you know sooner if you need to get medical care. Pulse oximeters from the Vermont Department of Health are only for people 2 years and older.

Posted: September 21, 2022

Posted: July 7, 2021

Websites for current and accurate information on the Coronavirus listed below:
Click on image above for World Health Organization (WHO)
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Click on image above for VT Department of Health website
3D Illustration of 2019-nCoV virus
Click on image above for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website

Images courtesy of BHPinhouse | Brattleboro Housing Partnerships