We are working toward developing affordable housing as a priority based on available land, partnerships and community needs and will provide specifics as soon as we are in a position to make an announcement.
We're looking at developing what was County-owned land to address housing needs in the western part of The County.
Picton, as The County seat, has many resources important to certain groups of people.
The village of Bloomfield boasts a strong reputation as a tourist destination. There is a critical need for affordable housing to support employment necessary for the success of the tourism in this community.
Smaller rural communities like Ameliasburgh are experiencing the migration of households outside of the main centers which in turn is causing a lack of affordable housing.
Similar to Ameliasbiurgh, the rural community of Sophiasburgh is experiencing a tremendous surge in popularity for the migration of households from outside the main centers causing a lack of affordable housing for seasonal workers.
Single people are often those with the hardest challenges in securing affordable housing.
Workers and County employers both want affordable seasonal and permanent housing developed locally.
Growing families need access to affordable housing to meet their long term goals.
Seniors need housing that meets their needs with easy access to supports and services.
People with disabilities need affordable housing which support them in being active and independent members of the community.