Regina Housing Authority cannot provide you with any type of insurance coverage. Under the lease agreement we cannot be held responsible for loss or damage to your furniture or belongings. You may also be held financially responsible for loss or damage to your neighbours property or person that is incurred due to your own actions.
To protect yourself against loss by fire, flooding, theft, weather or other factors we encourage you to purchase your own insurance. Agents are listed in your telephone directory.
If you have a water bed, liability insurance coverage is required.
Be sure you notify your insurance agent of any changes to your policy.
Life Lease occupants must have tenant insurance.
Smoking is not permitted in Regina Housing Authority units. This includes tobacco, marijuana and vaping. Smoking in your unit will result in a notice to vacate being issued.
Pictures can be hung on walls using a small nail-on picture hanger. Do not use stick on hangers as the removal of them cause damage to the wall surface.
Dogs, cats and other animals are not allowed to be kept in your home.
You are responsible for the behavior and activities of your visitors. Disturbances created by your guests will be considered a violation of your lease agreement.
Relatives and/or friends may stay for a limited time. You should inform the Housing Authority of the temporary arrangement.
Any other arrangement is a violation of your lease agreement. Visitor parking is available in designated areas only. In most cases, visitors park on the street near your home.
You may not install your own locks. If your lock is not secure, call the office. Please think carefully before you decide to give out a copy of your house key. If problems do arise from giving a key to someone else the locks can be changed by the Housing Authority, but you will be responsible for the cost involved. Keys will only be given to adults who are on the lease.
No, you cannot make changes to your unit.
Regina Housing Authority is under no obligation to transfer tenants. However, requests may be considered if your family size increases or decreases.
Yes, your home is equipped with one or more smoke detectors to provide an early warning in the event of a fire. Your smoker detector will be inspected by Regina Housing Authority staff every six months.
You are not permitted to disconnect any smoke alarm in your home.
If these detectors seem overly sensitive, or do not work, please contact Regina Housing Authority.
Yes, it is your responsibility to maintain your home in a clean and orderly manner.
If specific problems, such as poor health are affecting the proper upkeep of your home, call Regina Housing Authority for information and referrals.
Responsibility for utilities varies dependent upon the unit you are assigned. Your Tenant Relations Officer will review your responsibilities with you. If you are a new tenant, you must provide proof that the utilities have been transferred to your name prior to receiving keys.
In order to receive television and internet services you must come to the main office and fill out a form, if you cannot meet the requirements on the form you will not be eligible for television and internet.