Affordable Housing

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Everyone should have access to safe, appropriate and affordable housing. However, communities across Ontario are facing a housing crisis; and Halton Hills is no exception.

In keeping with the Shaping Growth priority in the Town’s Strategic Plan, Halton Hills recognizes the importance of facilitating housing that is affordable and accessible in order to meet the needs of its current and future residents.

Affordable housing is a priority in Halton Hills, and is currently addressed throughout the Official Plan, Secondary Plans, Community Sustainability Strategy, and Strategic Plan.

We want to hear from you. Share your thoughts on what affordable housing means to you and how the Town can provide appropriate and attainable housing for all.


Learn more about Affordable Housing in Halton Hills


Everyone should have access to safe, appropriate and affordable housing. However, communities across Ontario are facing a housing crisis; and Halton Hills is no exception.

In keeping with the Shaping Growth priority in the Town’s Strategic Plan, Halton Hills recognizes the importance of facilitating housing that is affordable and accessible in order to meet the needs of its current and future residents.

Affordable housing is a priority in Halton Hills, and is currently addressed throughout the Official Plan, Secondary Plans, Community Sustainability Strategy, and Strategic Plan.

We want to hear from you. Share your thoughts on what affordable housing means to you and how the Town can provide appropriate and attainable housing for all.


Learn more about Affordable Housing in Halton Hills


  • Provincial Funding Supports Housing Solutions During COVID-19

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    30 Oct 2020

    The Ontario government is providing municipalities with over $241 million to help more than 110,000 Ontarians affected by COVID-19, including those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Funding will be delivered through the Social Services Relief Fund and will be used to support homeless shelters, create or renovate more than 1,500 housing units and expand rent support programs.

    $2.4 million is being allocated to Halton Region as part of this fund. Click here to learn more.

  • CMHC Launches Rapid Housing Initiative

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    30 Oct 2020

    The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has launched the Rapid Housing Initiative. This $1 billion fund is directed towards projects nearing the construction phase of the development cycle. New construction projects eligible include modular housing.

    For more information, please visit this webpage.