Wellington Housing Authority

The Wellington Housing Authority was established by the Town of Wellington in 1965 to provide homes and assistance for eligible individuals and families with low incomes. The housing authority is overseen by a Board of Commissioners appointed by the Wellington Town Board and managed by Housing Catalyst per an intergovernmental agreement. In 2021, the Wellington Housing Authority completed a Section 18 disposition of its public housing properties which are now owned by Wellington Community Housing.

Wellington Community Housing

Wellington Community Housing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that acquires, develops, and preserves affordable housing in Wellington. The Wellington Community Housing Board of Directors is responsible for the oversight of 42 affordable rental homes managed by Housing Catalyst.

Board Meetings

The Wellington Housing Authority Board of Commissioners and Wellington Community Housing Board of Directors meet quarterly. Meetings are generally held via Zoom on the first Thursday of the quarter at 6 p.m. (See exceptions noted below.) Please contact Housing Catalyst Executive Coordinator Julie Francis ([email protected]; 970-416-8086) if you would like to attend as a guest.

2023 Meeting Dates & Agendas

Date Agenda & Materials Minutes
Thursday, January 4 Agenda & Materials Minutes
Thursday, March 2 Agenda & Materials Minutes
Thursday, July 5* Agenda & Materials Pending approval
Thursday, September 7
October – Special Budget Meeting TBD
Thursday, December 7

*In-person meeting at resident clubhouse.

Current Board Members

  • Calar Chaussee
  • Amy Comstock-Combs
  • Mishie Daknis
  • John Evans
  • Bob Novascone


If you have questions for or about the Wellington Boards, please contact:

Julie Brewen

Chief Executive Officer

(970) 416-2917

[email protected]