The Hanover Housing Authority is dedicated to providing decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing to eligible individuals and families.
Highland Haven was built in 1968 on ground owned by Butch Bruna . The current board is President Robert Lohse, Vice President Frank Jandera, board members Patsy Shrontz, Karen Rettig, Mary Lou Richter, and Joyce Bruna. Current Executive Director is Richard Turner, and Head Maintenance is Jeremy Rippe.
The Housing has a total of 18 units of which four are 2 bedroom sized, thirteen are 1 bedroom sized, and 1 unit is for handicapped. The Housing is classified at a PHA or Public Housing Authority. We do not do section 8's or a voucher system. It sports a commons area which includes an office, maintenance shop, and laundry facility. The Housing has maintained the property with energy efficient up-grades and amenities. Located close to schools, and businesses in the community. Hanover Housing does not discriminate tenants or employees. Hanover Housing is located across the street from Highland Haven which hosts many events for the elderly.
Hanover community amenities:
Hanover schools are recognized by the state as a high academic achieving school. The school is also recognized for its outstanding competitive accomplishments in extracurricular activities. Among these are state championships and medals in sports, business, forensics, and more...
A community hospital with 24 hour ambulance service, and long-term care and facilities.
Catholic and Lutheran churches provide spiritual needs and guidance.