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The Housing Authority of Paducah is now accepting online applications. Click HERE to apply online.

New housing authority head brings experience

The Paducah Sun
Posted: Friday, March 03, 2017 By JOHN PFEIFER jpfeifer@paducahsun.com

Following an honorable discharge and after five years with the Click here to read the full story

HAP selects Hollimon as new director

The Paducah Sun
Posted: Saturday, February 04, 2017
Staff report

The Housing Authority of Paducah has selected Tommy Hollimon Jr. as its new executive director.

Hollimon has been employed by the Housing Click here to read the full story

2017 HAP Holiday Closings

New Years Day  - observed Monday 01/02/2017
Martin Luther King Day - observed Monday 01/16/2017
Good Friday -observed  Friday 04/14/2017
Memorial Day - observed Monday 05/29/2017
Independance Day - observed Tuesday 07/04/2017 Click here to read the full story

The Housing Authority of Paducah and the Paducah Police Department have teamed up to sponsor Community Fun Day for all HAP tenants on June 10th, 2016 from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm. Free food, games, prizes, face painting, inflatables, basketball, health screenings, raffles and much more. Please check Click here to read the full story

HAP selects Hollimon as new director

HAP selects Hollimon as new director

The Paducah Sun
Posted: Saturday, February 04, 2017
Staff report

The Housing Authority of Paducah has selected Tommy Hollimon Jr. as its new executive director.

Hollimon has been employed by the Housing Authority of Hopkinsville for the past 10 1/2 years, most recently as its director of public housing. He will begin his Paducah duties Feb. 13.

He replaces Melissa Yates who served as executive director the past two years.

John Shadle, HAP board chairman, praised Yates' performance and said her leadership "set the bar high." But he expressed confidence that Hollimon is the right person for the housing authority going forward with his knowledge of public housing operations and management experience.

"He shows a tremendous interest in and commitment to resident services, which is going to be extremely beneficial to HAP's residents," Shadle said.

Hollimon said he will work to increase communication and use technology to communicate with tenants and allow them to easily provide their feedback to the authority.

"I thoroughly believe in and agree with the Housing Authority of Paducah's recently adopted motto 'Move in. Move up. Move ahead,' " he said. "It's what public housing is all about."

The housing authority provides services for over 1,500 individuals and administers over 20 programs for family, children and the elderly throughout Paducah.