What living in Community Housing means for you.

Capital Region Housing provides approximately 4500 homes in the Community Housing program. In this subsidized housing program, tenants pay an affordable rent amount, either 30% of their adjusted gross monthly household income or the core shelter rates if they are receiving Income Support.

 

Community Housing is located throughout the City of Edmonton and most of our homes are located near public parks, schools and public transit routes. We have a variety of housing types, including townhouses and multi-unit apartments. Some of our buildings also have Community Centers located on the property which provide services to both tenants and the wider community.


Community Housing is governed by the Social Housing Accommodation Regulation and Housing Accommodation Tenancies Regulation in addition to the Residential Tenancies Act and its regulations.


If you live in a Community Housing home, find out more about your tenancy policies and get answers to frequently asked questions about living in your home.

Community Housing Tenant Policies

Community Housing Tenant FAQs