In every state except for Rhode Island, the number of housing units increased between 2010 to 2014.
“We know we have a problem. What we need to know is, how can we get out of this?” says Greg Chaney, the city’s lands manager.
“It’s not as bad as it looks. Sometimes it gets cold in the winter, but they allow for us to have an extra blanket if it’s really cold out,” says inmate Catherine Fredrick, who lives in the tent.
Alaska Housing Finance Corp. offers a variety of loan and rebate programs aimed at upgrading the state’s aging housing stock.
The Juneau Assembly has officially committed $1.5 million to a Housing First project aimed at helping the chronically homeless.
The Juneau Assembly last night unofficially committed $1.5 million to help fund a Housing First project in the capital city.
Juneau nonprofit St. Vincent de Paul and partner agency Seattle-based GMD Development have been awarded $9 million in tax credit financing from the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation. The award will allow the agencies to build 41 units of affordable housing in the capital city for low income seniors. Thomas Smith is 70 years old and…
General manager Dan Austin has been working on the project for 10 years. He hopes to break ground next summer
Juneau is getting closer to becoming the third community in Alaska with a Housing First project to provide the chronically homeless with housing.
One way to combat the high cost of housing in Juneau is to rent a slip on the docks for a houseboat.