Welcome to the Lexington Nebraska Housing Authority

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10-5-2020
 
The electricity is out in the Northwest part of Lexington.  Here is a link for additional information.
 
 
 
9-18-2020
 
Due to circumstances beyond our control, LHA will no longer be assisting with delivery of the food boxes provided by Lexington Community Foundation, Orthman Manufacturing Plum Creek Market, Tyson Foods and others. 
While assisting with delivery to tenants of the Eastlawn Campus and Legend Oaks has been rewarding to us, it is a program that we unfortunately cannot continue.  Food boxes may be available at the St. Anns Parish Center weekly and everyone is welcome to go pick up items on your own.   Thank you for your understanding. 
 
Eastlawn Apartments, Eastlawn Addition and Eastlawn East yards will be sprayed for weeds on Saturday September 12 or Sunday September 13 weather permitting.
 
Legend Oaks lawns will also be sprayed for weeds on Saturday September 12 or Sunday September 13. 
 
August 3, 2020
It’s been a while since we have updated the information.  We were hopeful the Dawson County area was in a decline of COVID cases and we could get back to life as we knew if prior to March 2020. 
Unfortunately there has been a significant increase in the number of cases in Dawson County recently.  With this new spike in cases the community rooms will remain closed to the public.  We will also do interviews and re certifications over the phone. 
Our staff has been instructed to do Emergency Only work orders at this time.  If you have a work order of this nature and are home when maintenance shows up they will ask that you wear a mask or step outside.  If you have not been feeling well or have been around someone who has tested positive for COVID please let us know when you call about the issue.  
 

The mission of the Housing Authority of the City of Lexington Nebraska is to be the area’s affordable housing of choice. We provide and maintain safe, quality housing in a cost-effective manner. By partnering with others, we offer rental assistance and other related services to our community in a non-discriminatory manner.

The Housing Authority of the City of Lexington (LHA) was created and established in 1962 by the City of Lexington. The agency was established as it was declared to be a need for a Housing Authority to function in said City. LHA is governed by a board of commissioners appointed by the President of the City Council with the approval of the City Council. LHA does not receive assistance from and operates independently from the City of Lexington.

LHA consists Public housing with 49 units named East Lawn located at 300 N Monroe and 32 scattered site housing units throughout Lexington. There are 48 Multifamily Units named East Lawn Addition located at 300 N Fillmore. There are 18 Elderly Units named NAF Senior Housing located at 715 E 3rd Street Lexington. Lastly, LHA also owns 7 single family dwellings throughout Lexington.

We have the recently remodeled Wilma Buckley Hall which can be used by the tenants only to hold meetings and celebrations. Please inquire at the office for the availability of the Hall. Please keep in mind we do not permit the consumption of drugs or alcohol at Wilma Buckley Hall or other community rooms of East Lawn Properties.

LHA has the approval to offer up to 122 Housing Choice Vouchers for rental assistance on privately owned properties.

The Housing Authority of the City of Lexington also manages the properties known as Legend Oaks located at approximately 20th and Adams Street consisting of 39 rental units. There is a clubhouse building on the property that is available for use by tenants at no cost however it is not available for rent to the public. Drug and alcohol consumption is not permitted in the Legend Oaks Clubhouse.

LHA staff consists of Derek Haines, Executive Director; Lisa Linch Executive Assistant, Kasi Fagot, Occupancy Specialist; John Strackbein, HCV Specialist; Jodi Phillips, Bookkeeper and Jessica Vega, Receptionist / Bi-Lingual Coordinator.   Marian Berke, Donna McClain and Larry Thornburg fill part time positions within LHA.

Jim Linch serves LHA as the Maintenance Supervisor. Our maintenance staff consists of Calvin Richardson, Ray Gonzalez,  and Robert Copper.

The current members of the board of commissioners are Victoria Clements, Chairperson; John Salem, vice-chairman; Bill Brecks, Vance Bricker and Kyle Ferguson. The board meets the second Wednesday of every month at 12:00 PM a the LHA office located at 609 E 3rd Street Lexington Nebraska.