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Board of Directors
      2011 Annual Report
      2012 Annual Report
      2013 Annual Report
      2014 Annual Report
      2015 Annual Report
      2016 Annual Report
      2017-2021 Strategic Plan
      2017 Annual Report

2019 Board Meetings
      Jan11 - Agenda
      Feb 26 - Agenda
      Apr 23_Agenda

2018 Board Meetings
      Meeting Schedule
      Feb 8 - Regular
      Mar 27 - Special Board & Portfolio Management Cmte
      Apr 24 - Regular
      May 29 & AGM
      June 21 - Special
      July 11 - Agenda
      Sept 25 - Regular
      Oct - None re:Mun. Elections
      Nov 22 - Regular
      Dec 20 - Special

2017 Board Meetings
      Meeting Schedule
      Feb 2 - Agenda
      May 30 - Agenda
      July_18_ Agenda
      Sept 26 - Agenda
      Oct 24 - Agenda
      Nov 21 - Agenda
      Dec 12 - Agenda

2016 Board Meetings
      Meeting Schedule
      Jan 25 - Agenda
      Feb 24 - Agenda
      April 21 - Agenda
      May 24 - Agenda
      June 21 - Agenda
      Sept 13 - Agenda
      Sept 16 - Portfolio Cmte
      Sept 20 - Agenda
      Nov 17 _ Agenda
      Dec 8 - Agenda

Archived Board Meetings



CityHousing Hamilton releases its Strategic Plan 2017-2021 - Read More (7.3MB)


 For Immediate Release - April 11, 2017

CityHousing Hamilton received approval to sell 100 homes...Read More

Tenant Centred Approach to Stewardship, Community and Growth

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 CityHousing Hamilton is the Housing Corporation owned and operated by the City of Hamilton. As of January 1, 2006, Hamilton Housing Corporation, Dundas Valley Non-Profit Housing Corporation, and the Municipal Non-Profit (Hamilton) Corporation were amalgamated into CityHousing Hamilton (CHH) Corporation. 

CHH consists of almost 7,000 units spread over 1,265 properties with over 13,000 residents, 45% of which are children, speaking more than 30 first languages making CityHousing Hamilton the 4th largest municipally controlled housing provider in Ontario.  With First Place Hamilton joining the family later this year(2008), CHH will then become the 3rd largest housing provider in Ontario.

These units represent an estimated asset value of approximately $350 million and a total replacement value of $500 million. The annual operating budget for CityHousing Hamilton is $45 million.  With 121 full time professional staff, the City of Hamilton’s Housing Division manages CityHousing Hamilton. Property management services are provided by in-house staff.

Our Mission

We provide affordable housing that is safe, well maintained, cost effective and that supports the diverse needs of our many communities.

Our Housing Communities

CityHousing Hamilton provides housing to families, seniors, couples, single people and people with special needs in a variety of housing forms including townhouses, apartments, single and semi-detached dwellings. Most of the housing is available on a rent-geared-to-income basis, however some projects offer market rent units as well

Our Goals

Create Financial Sustainability – Ensure that CityHousing Hamilton has sufficient capital to invest in buildings to minimize the impact on City of Hamilton taxpayers.

Maintain and Improve Building Conditions - Ensure that the CityHousing Hamilton portfolio is managed effectively and sensitively and is in a good state of repair to meet the affordable housing requirements of Hamilton residents now and in the future.

Create Healthy, Secure Communities -