Stony Hill Village, 49 federally financed housing units for elderly and disabled residents, is located at 259 Salmon Brook Street in the heart of Granby. Thirty-two apartment-style homes were completed in 1972, and the remaining 17 apartments were added in 1989. Stony Hill Village is operated by a volunteer Board of Directors chaired by president Bill Percival and Wildwood Management Company. The village turned 50 in 2021 during the pandemic.
On Wednesday, Sept. 6, Stony Hill Village will host a 52nd Anniversary and Annual Meeting in the Community Clubhouse located at the entrance to the community. The event will start at 6 p.m. with a social reception for residents and board members. Board members will also offer brief informational tours of the community to invited community leaders. Light refreshments will be offered. At 6:30 p.m., the annual meeting will be called to order by Percival. There is no charge to attend the meeting.
A highlight of the evening will be the official retirement of Board Vice President Lewis McIntyre who has volunteered on the Board of Directors for more than 40 years.
Stony Hill Village currently has a waiting list for new residents and continues to be a popular option that allows Granby to provide some residents who are in need of housing assistance an option to live in our community. For more information on Stony Hill Village, please contact Dave Roberts at Granbydavidroberts@gmail.com or 860-469-5067.