Our department leaders and staff are dedicated to keeping Park City Communities running efficiently and responsibly. We are committed to being professional, courteous and customer-focused. Please use the directory below to contact a PCC department director.
For general inquiries, please contact Park City Communities at:
203.337.8900 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Park City Communities
150 Higland Ave.
Interim Executive Director
Park City Communities’ Finance Department is responsible for administering the organization’s entire federal, state and local program funding, investments and reporting as well as managing accounts receivable, accounts payable, as well as managing insurance, audit and financial advisory services. PCC receives the majority of its funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through two public housing programs: the Housing Choice Voucher Program (formally known as the Section 8 Program) and the Low Income Public Housing Program. The Low Income Public Housing program consists of two sources of funding: Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) operating subsidy and Capital Funds. PCC’s fiscal year is from October 1st to September 30th of each calendar year. PCC’s 2014 fiscal year budget is just over $50 million.
The Department consists of a Chief Financial Officer, three Senior Accountants, two Accountants and a shared Administrative Assistant.
Chief Financial Officer
The purpose of the IT Department is to provide a unifying vision and comprehensive overview of Information Technology (IT) strategy in the areas of logistics, management, and systems deployment.
The mission of Information Technology is to provide strategic IT vision, leadership, and enterprise solutions to the staff so they can meet their goals, deliver results, and enhance the company’s efficiency.
The Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCV) provides "tenant-based" rental assistance, so a tenant can move from one unit of at least minimum housing quality to another. HCV authorizes the payment of rental housing assistance to private landlords on behalf the low-income household.
HCV also authorizes a variety of "project-based" rental assistance programs, under which the owner reserves some or all of the units in a building for low-income tenants, in return for a Federal government guarantee to make up the difference between the tenant's contribution and the rent in the owner's contract with the government. A tenant who leaves a subsidized project will lose access to the project-based subsidy.
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs have created a program called VASH (Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing), or HUD-VASH, which distributes Vouchers to eligible homeless and otherwise vulnerable U.S. armed forces veterans. This program was created to pair HUD-funded vouchers with VA-funded services such as health care, counseling, and case management.
Housing Choice Vouchers
The Department of Planning, Re-Development, and Modernization is responsible for the administration of the Housing Authority’s Capital Fund program and other capital grant funds, including the Authority’s short and long term use of the funds, administering the Authority’s Annual Plan and Five Year Plan and directing all major redevelopment efforts.
The Capital Fund program provides funding for physical improvements for the Authority’s 2000 units of housing located within six major development complexes, as well as over 600 scattered site units, including funding for the planning, environmental review, design and construction work. Depending upon the size, scope and complexity of each project the Department may issue Request for Proposals (RFPs) or Invitations for Bids (IFBs). All Capital Funded construction work must comply with Davis Bacon wage rates. In addition to administering the planning, environmental, design and construction work for the Authority the Department also provides staff services to the Authority’s development instrumentality, Baldwin Holdings, Inc.
Current major redevelopment efforts include the redevelopment of Marina Village Apartments, a 406 residential complex built in 1941, which has outlived its useful life and requires demolition. The redevelopment will consist of over seven phases of new mixed income residential development on several on and off site parcels of land owned by the housing authority, the city of Bridgeport and private development companies in both the South End and lower East side neighborhoods of the city. The Housing Authority has partnered with two Co-developers to undertake this 550 million dollar redevelopment effort, which is expected to take several years to complete.
The department consists of a Director, a Senior Development Manager and two Development Managers.
The Contracting Office is responsible for publishing all solicitations for all contracted goods and services required by PCC. We are committed to fostering growth through strong alliances with the local business community. Dozens of local businesses provide goods and services to PCC. If you are interested in doing business with PCC please click on the business opportunities link to view our current solicitations.
As a recipient of HUD federal funding, PCC has obligations under law to protect the rights of persons with disabilities. In its policies and procedures and in the administration of its programs and services, PCC will comply with federal and state laws that provide protections to persons with disabilities, including Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as applicable to PCC, and the regulations implementing these laws (in particular, 24 CFR Part 8 implementing Section 504, and 24 CFR Part 100 implementing the Fair Housing Act).
PCC’s obligations under law include the obligation to provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. PCC will make reasonable accommodations in our rules, policies, practices, or services, including modifications to our public housing apartments and public spaces, when such accommodations are necessary to afford a person with disabilities equal opportunity to use and enjoy their housing, or to equally participate in or access PCC’s housing programs and services.
Rafael M. Villegas was hired in 2004 by the Housing Authority of Bridgeport as the Chief of Security and Director of Safety. He is responsible for the overall safety of residents, housing Staff and visitors of all the housing sites. He is the Agencies Liaison Officer with all local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. He oversees all security issues, including overseeing the private security guards at some sites.
Prior to being hired by the Bridgeport Housing Authority he was a member of the Bridgeport Police Department for over 27 years. He held the ranks of Patrolman, Detective and Sergeant.
During his career with the Bridgeport Police Department, he served in the Patrol Division, Detective Division, Narcotics and Vice Division and several state and federal tasks forces, including the Federal Bureau of Investigations Safe Streets Task Force, also refered to as the Gang Task Force for over 7 years.
He was a Certified Police Instructor (Police Officers Standard Training), in such numerous training courses such including narcotics, gangs and search seizure, and other related courses.
During his career he has received numerous commendations, from local state and federal agencies for cases that he has worked on during his career.
Chief of Security
The Housing Authority Legal Department staff is here to assist the agency in enforcing all of Bridgeport Housing Authorities rules, regulations, policies and procedures. The Legal Department works directly with all departments on a case by case basis in attempt to resolve agency issues with residents or resident complaints against the agency.
The HR Department is focused on providing structure within the organization to meet business needs through managing and developing the agencies most valuable resources, which are the employees. We do this through ensuring that the functions of recruitment, safety, employee and labor relations, compensation and benefits, compliance, and training.
Public housing was established to provide decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Public housing comes in all sizes and types, from scattered single family houses to highrise apartments for elderly families. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers Federal aid to Park City Communities to manage the housing for low-income residents at rents they can afford.
For questions or concerns, please contact:
Facilities Operations Administrator
Park City Communities
150 Highland Ave
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Director of Asset Management
Park City Communities
150 Highland Ave
Bridgeport, CT 06604
|PCC Site Offices||Housing Managers||Foreman|
|Scatterered Sites I||Scatterered Sites I||Scatterered Sites I|
|301 Bostwick Ave. 06605||Dee Michelle -||(203) 337-8985 (office)||Michael Cundiff - 203 337-8929 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-610-6059||email: email@example.com||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Scattered Sites II (Avail 8:30-12)||Scatterered Sites II||Scatterered Sites II|
|301 Bostwick Ave. 06605||Dion Francis -||(203) 337-8827 (office)||Carlos Guzman - (203) 337-8986 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-610-6059||email: email@example.com||email: CGuzman@parkcitycommunities.org|
|Marina Village||Marina Village||Marina Village|
|733 South Street 06604||Dion Francis -||(203) 337-8847 (office)||Jed Ferrante - (203) 337-8873 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-337-8828||email: firstname.lastname@example.org||email: JFerrante@parkcitycommunities.org|
|Fireside Apartments||Fireside Apartments||Fireside Apartments|
|75 Stewart Street 06610||Vicky Ocasio -||(203) 337-8850 (office)||Jose Colon - (203) 337-8849 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-337-8819||email: VOcasio@parkcitycommunities.org||email: JColon@parkcitycommunities.org|
|Harborview Towers||Harborview Towers||Harborview Towers|
|6 E. Washington Ave.||Monica Ratley -||(203) 337-8893 (office)||Russell Treschitta - (203) 337-8809 (office)|
|Fax Number:203-337-8810||email: email@example.com||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Charles F. Greene Homes||Charles F. Greene Homes||Charles F. Greene Homes|
|150 Highland Ave. 06604||Gregory Johnson -||(203) 337-8886 (office)||Sylvester Williams - (203) 337-8876 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-446-2231||email: email@example.com||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|PT Barnum Apartments||PT Barnum Apartments||PT Barnum Apartments|
|96 Bird Street||Mayra Ramirez -||(203) 337-8870 (office)||Jose Colon - (203) 337-8896 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-446-2189||email: MRamirez@parkcitycommunities.org||email: email@example.com|
|Trumbull Gardens||Trumbull Gardens||Trumbull Gardens|
|505 Trumbull Ave 06606||Irma Ross -||(203) 337-8803 (office)||Jay Negron - (203) 337-8811 (office)|
|Fax Number: 203-374-4530||email: IRoss@parkcitycommunities.org||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Director of Asset Management||Facilities Operations Administrator|
|Administrator Building||Jocelyne Barszewski||(203) 337- 8944||Tony Manley||(203) -337-8981 (office)|
|150 Highland Ave. 06604||email: JBarszewski@parkcitycommunities.org||email: email@example.com|