Danbury Housing Partnership Releases Annual Progress Report

The Danbury Housing Partnership has released its Annual Progress Report on implementation of the Ten-Year Plan To End Homelessness and submitted the report to the Danbury City Council for review.  Chaired by Mark J. Nolan, the Partnership was established by the City Council to oversee community efforts to implement the Ten-Year Plan To End Homelessness and to encourage the creation of affordable housing in the community. 

Chairman Nolan's transmittal letter to the Council notes that "Solid progress was made in implementing the recommendations of the Ten-Year Plan despite the national economic difficulties that continued to create hardships for our residents and strain the financial resources of our community agencies." 

The report details the progress made in implementing the recommendations contained in the Ten-Year Plan and highlights the new programs initiated by community agencies to prevent and end homelessness as well as to develop affordable housing units. 

Click here to see a copy of Chairman Nolan's cover letter summarizing major events and initiatives.

Click here to see the full Annual Progress Report.