Locations of the Kingston Housing Authority

Today the Housing Authority manages six (6) different communities:

  • Colonial Gardens
  • Colonial Gardens Addition
  • Wiltwyck Gardens
  • Rondout Gardens
  • Stuyvesant Charter
  • Brigham Senior Housing

We’re proud to note that Colonial Gardens looks as good today as it did when it opened 62 years and stands as a testament to what affordable housing can and should be in today’s complex world.

About the Kingston Housing Authority

The Kingston Housing Authority provides homes for low-income City of Kingston Families and is an organization with a proud history and enviable reputation. In 1948 its dream of quality, affordable housing for area citizens was formalized. In 1953, it was put into action with the opening of Colonial Gardens. Over the years, hundreds of apartment were constructed and have provided the foundations for family and elderly communities around Kingston.


Meeting Notices

The Kingston Housing Authority Board of Commissioners meets monthly at 2:30 p.m. at the Storms Centers, 132 Rondout Drive, Kingston. Pending the renovation at Rondout Gardens, the meetings are temporarily being held Colonial Gardens Administration Office, 148 Colonial Drive. Please see below for meeting dates and relevant information. 2019 KINGSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD MEETING DATES …