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We Are Cathedral Square

We are housing developers, caregivers, maintenance specialists, health care professionals, social workers and public-policy advocates dedicated to promoting healthy homes, caring communities and positive aging. At Cathedral Square, older adults and people with disabilities and other challenges can live their lives to the fullest -- in communities where age and wisdom are valued and respected, where diversity in all its forms is welcome and celebrated.

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Cathedral Square by the Numbers

Housing Communities
Are low Income or very low income as defined by HUD
Receive rent subsidies or have another type of discounted rent
Have a handicap or disability
Had no home before coming to Cathedral Square
Households are on the wait list for Cathedral Square housing

2024 Legislative Session Recap

The 2024 legislative session was marked by a need for significant investment in housing, education financing, and flood recovery, among others, and limited existing resources. Cathedral Square’s top three legislative priorities, which included the need for additional investments in housing, services, long-term care and SASH, were impacted by the resource-scarce environment of the 2024 session. The outcomes on our priorities were mixed with some progress made but much more work to be done as we embark on planning for next year’s priorities!

Reid Commons Receives Funding From 10 Percent in VT Program

Kim Fitzgerald, CEO of Cathedral Square, said the Reid Commons project, located within the Fonda Site, will help ensure older residents in St. Albans have access to affordable housing where their needs are met. "We are thrilled to start construction soon on Reid Commons, which will bring 33 new affordable homes to those 55 and older in St. Albans. Our older adult population is growing, and there is a significant need for affordable, safe, accessible housing with on-site services. Programs like the 10% in Vermont program are an important piece in helping us deliver permanently affordable housing like Reid Commons."

Advocate for affordable housing with us!

The Vermont Housing & Conservation Coalition (VHCC) is hosting its annual Legislative Day at the State House in Montpelier on Wednesday, February 14 and we hope you will join us! This is an opportunity for you to speak directly with your elected officials about why affordable housing is important to you. Several of our staff will be there throughout the day to help you connect with your legislators and share your story. And there will be ice cream!