Rear corner of the new Summer Park Building

We invite you to join Twin Pines Housing’s Executive Director Andrew B. Winter, Hanover Town Manager Julia Griffin, and project funders as we celebrate the completion of the new Summer Park Residences.

WHENFriday, October 30, 10:30 a.m.

HOW:    Register in advance for this Zoom meeting here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Or watch us live on Facebook!

WHAT  Remarks, a virtual tour, a ribbon cutting ceremony, and a ground breaking ceremony for phase 2. Enjoy your own refreshments!

WILDER — Twin Pines Housing has received a grant from the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development to help it remediate a Route 5 brownfield site where it plans to construct affordable housing, according to a news release.

The $65,000 grant through the state’s Brownfield Initiative will help the nonprofit housing developer work with the nonprofit housing investment group Evernorth to clean up the former Tip Top Tire site where Twin Pines is slated to construct four units of affordable housing. The project is one of two in Hartford that Twin Pines plans to begin building this summer.

Read the full staff report on the Valley News Website.

WILDER — Twin Pines Housing Trust will start construction this summer on two affordable housing projects expected to bring 21 new apartments to Hartford after securing federal funding last week.

A $247,200 federal Community Development Block Grant allows the White River Junction-based nonprofit to move forward with plans for a two-story building in Wilder Village.

The roughly 4,360-square-foot building will have four apartments located on the former home of the Tip Top Tire and auto repair shop at 1965 Hartford Ave., aka Route 5, across from Datamann Inc.

Tim Camerato is a Staff Writer for the Valley News. Read the full article on the Valley News Website.

Missed the Solar for All presentation on July 18? Watch a video of the event here.


Join Twin Pines Housing, Sustainable Woodstock, Vital Communities, Norwich Solar Technologies, and Norman Sun LLC for a presentation about creating affordable solar opportunities for low and moderate-income households.

Saturday, July 18
10:00-11:00 am

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Thank you to everyone who attended Twin Pines Housing’s Annual Meeting by Zoom on Wednesday, June 17. View this recording of the meeting to hear about our year in review and upcoming plans. You can also view our year in review video below.


Twin Pines Housing’s year in review from Twin Pines on Vimeo.

A message to homeowners from Twin Pines Housing’s Homeownership Coordinator, Steve Usle:

Dear Twin Pines Housing Homeowner,

As Homeownership Coordinator for Twin Pines Housing, please know that I remain a resource for you concerning all Program needs during these difficult times.  Please know that I am always available to answer your questions via email or phone.  I will do my best to respond to any voice message left with me within 24 hours.  The best number to leave a message is 802 291-7000 (EXT. 102).
Twin Pines staff will continue to support the TPH community and programs. In order to efficiently reach a staff member, please refer to the staff contact list on our website. TPH will continue to monitor the COVID-19 virus. As the situation evolves, it will post updates on our website, Facebook page, and via email. It is regularly updating its procedures and protocols to insure all of its residents and staff are safe. Staff are being advised to monitor their own health and to take extra precautions.

Please take the necessary steps to ensure your own continued health by focusing on hand washing, staying away from large group gatherings, and avoiding contact with those who have been sick. For up-to-date information on the situation in Vermont, please visit the New Hampshire Department of Health or the Vermont Department of Health website.

To read updates on the virus worldwide, please visit the World Health Organization’s website. I look forward to serving your Homeownership needs in the future.  Thanks for your understanding.  Please be well and take care of yourself, and those close to you.



Steven A. Usle, Homeownership Coordinator
Twin Pines Housing
226 Holiday Drive Suite 20
White River Junction, VT 05001
802 291-7000 Ext. 102


To protect the health of our community and staff, we are making some changes to our normal routines:


  • ALL INSPECTIONS are cancelled until further notice.
  • WORK ORDERS will be limited to emergencies only.  The process remains the same: call 802-291-7000 during business hours.  After hours emergencies, call: 802-359-4046. PLEASE DO NOT CALL INDIVIDUAL STAFF! They will NOT be able to process work orders.
  • CLEANING and SANITIZING of common areas is scheduled daily.  It is important that residents understand they are responsible for their own health and safety in addition to our efforts. Please see the reverse side for CDC recommendations.


Property Management and Supportive Services:

  • Twin Pines office is closed to all walk-in traffic starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
  • We are not scheduling in-person meetings at this time, but will be available by phone.
  • Paperwork, rent checks, etc. can be put in the drop box outside the office, which will be checked daily.
  • Our Administrative Assistant staff will be taking calls during regular business hours at our main number: 802-291-7000.
  • Recertification paperwork must come to the office as soon as possible. If you need assistance, please email Jennie (, or Holly (
  • Please email, text, or mail the completed CONTACT CARD (postage is paid!) to Faye (, or Jen ( at your earliest convenience.


As always, Twin Pines staff is here to support you with your housing related concerns.  Please do not hesitate to reach out.

Our friends at Keys to the Valley are developing a housing needs assessment for the region, and they need your help! Please take a moment to complete their survey  Learn more on the Keys to the Valley website.

Ready for homeownership but don’t know where to start? Get answers to your home buying questions with this comprehensive 8-hour class. You’ll learn about grants and other down payment assistance as well as which mortgage is right for you. Workshops all meet the pre-purchase requirement for most lenders. The workshop will be held at Woodstock History Center, 26 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT, on Saturday, January 25, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Registration fee is $99 per household, and the first 10 households to register will receive a $25 gift card from Twin Pines Housing upon completion of the workshop. Learn more and register by calling 802-254-4604, or visiting  Co-hosted with Windham & Windsor Housing Trust and Woodstock Community Trust.

As the Upper Valley community faced unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19, we found hope and inspiration in the outpouring of support from our neighbors and friends. This year we continued to move forward on several significant projects– finishing the first phase of Summer Park in Hanover and continuing major renovations at the Village at Crafts Hill in Lebanon – we also managed to complete  Wentworth II in White River Junction and Wilder, VT.

Click this link to learn more in our 2020 Annual Report.