The City of Kingston’s 2018 Report on Housing and Homelessness is now available online.
Featured in the report are summaries of affordable housing projects, current market housing data, and information on affordable housing programs.
“The affordability of housing is an ongoing challenge in Kingston, and is a major priority for the City,” said Sheldon Laidman, director of housing and social services, in a release. “The housing and homelessness programs and services offered by the City and the County of Frontenac are there to help people find and maintain safe, accessible and affordable housing.”
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A digital copy of the report can be downloaded at CityofKingston.ca/Publications.
Earlier this month, a petition was launched by Kingston Coalition Against Poverty calling on Kingston city council to open new shelter spaces with at least 20 new beds.
The Coalition said it believes city council when they say that they are serious about influencing positive change, and wanted to help them do that ‘by letting them know that the public support is there to open new shelter space.’