Ken Pollock Apartments

41 Depot St.  Glen Lyon, PA  18617             570-736-6965

The Ken Pollock Apartments are owned and operated by ECUMENICAL ENTERPRISES, INC. (EEI), a non-profit corporation established in 1968, with seed money contributed by the First Presbyterian Church of Wilkes-Barre, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Scranton, the Jewish Federation of Greater Wilkes-Barre, and the Metropolitan Lutheran council of Wyoming Valley. The Ken Pollock Apartments are for low and moderate income elderly with rentals subsidized through the USDA, Rural Development. The building contains 40 one-bedroom, with several units able to accommodate handicapped and disabled persons.


The Ken Pollock Apartments are in the center of Glen Lyon, Newport Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, on the site of the former Susquehanna Coal Colliery, which land was donated to EEI by Mr. Ken Pollock, Sr. The apartments are located near shopping areas, churches and public transportation.


  1. All applicants must be 62 years of age or older, or in the case of a married couple, either spouse must be at least 62 or over.
  2. Handicapped and disabled persons as identified by USDA, Rural Development may also be eligible.
  3. Individual or family income must be within the prescribed limits established by USDA, Rural Development.
  4. All applicants must accept the terms of a written lease and related building regulations as prescribed by EEI and USDA, Rural Development. Final admission is based upon the above criteria without regard to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.


Rentals are based upon 30% of monthly income, or basic rent, whichever is higher, but no higher than market rent. Tenant must pay for utilities, except water and sewer. A utility allowance is applied.

  • History of Glen Lyon and our property
    History of Glen Lyon and our property
  • Living Room area
    Living Room area
  • Bedroom
  • Living room/ Kitchen divider
    Living room/ Kitchen divider
  • Bathroom