HAMILTON, ON – On December 17, 2020, the City of Hamilton closed the real estate transaction with Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes (HEK) and Victoria Park Community Homes (VPCH) on the 2.84 ha (7.2 acre) site located at 60 Caledon Avenue in Hamilton.
HAMILTON, ON – Mayor Fred Eisenberger and City Manager Janette Smith, offered to meet today with Defund the Police demonstration organizers in City Hall. The meeting was to take place within City Hall to ensure that appropriate physical distancing could take place. The demonstrators rejected the offer to meet indicating it was “all of them or none of them” a scenario that is not possible as it would violate public health orders.
HAMILTON, ON -The CityHousing Hamilton (CHH) Board of Directors approved a report today recommending Indwell and the Jamesville Redevelopment Corporation as the Qualified Preferred Proponent team for the Jamesville Redevelopment Request for Proposal (RFP) process.
HAMILTON, ON – As part of the province’s Investment in Affordable Housing for Ontario (IAH) program, the City is once again launching the Down Payment Assistance Program (DPAP) to make home buying easier for eligible Hamilton renters.
Hamilton, ON – The City of Hamilton is undertaking a learning partnership with a consortium of Nordic organizations including the sustainable urbanization advisory firm, Quercus Group and Climate-KIC, the world’s largest public-private accelerator of green businesses. The partnership also includes the International Federation for Housing and Planning. This partnership is designed to share best practices from Nordic nations in regards to affordable, accessible and sustainable housing.
HAMILTON, ON - April 13, 2017 - In a historic investment, last night Hamilton City Council committed $50 million towards reducing the impact of poverty in Hamilton through investment in safe, affordable housing. With 6,000 residents currently on the housing waitlist in Hamilton, targeted investment in the quantity and quality of social and affordable housing will reduce this number and move residents into suitable homes.
The funds for the $50 million investment are derived from: