The Dennis Housing Authority was established on October 29, 1970 under Chapter 121B of the General Laws governing the State of Massachusetts.
The DHA is committed to ensuring safe, decent and affordable housing for low income persons by working cooperatively with community, state, federal and local officials. The DHA always endeavors to make the best use of all available resources so our residents and participants can live in an atmosphere of dignity and respect, free from discrimination.
The Dennis Housing Authority owns and manages five housing developments and four scattered site dwellings. Three of the developments house elderly and disabled persons with one and two bedrooms. One development of Family Housing and four scattered site duplex family units all with three or four bedrooms, for a total of 144 units, as well as a property designated for Special Needs Housing with 8 bedrooms. Our programs are targeted to assist low-income families, seniors, veterans, and persons with disabilities.