Regina Housing Authority
Regina Housing Authority provides a citizen-centered service through the administration of programs that support independence and self-sufficiency by providing housing and housing services to those most in need. Regina Housing Authority manages publicly funded social housing programs in Regina on behalf of the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation.
The Social Housing Program is intended to serve those with low incomes. Priority is given to seniors, families with dependents, and individuals with disabilities. Placement into the housing program is based on priority of needs and the availability of suitable housing units. Regina Housing Authority uses program eligibility criteria to determine an applicant’s qualification for social housing and to determine which housing units may be suitable to your needs.
Our portfolio of properties includes a variety of housing options including senior high-rise buildings, senior low-rise buildings, detached dwellings, town houses, apartments, garden apartments and semi-detached units. Regina Housing Authority also manages properties specifically designed for individuals with a need for an accessible suite due to mobility restrictions.
A Life Lease program is designed for moderate income adults who are 55 years of age or older. This program offers security of tenure similar to home ownership.