What's New

Closed September 19, 2022

The Federal Government has declared September 19, 2022 a National Day of Mourning for the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.  The CRD and CRHC offices and facilities will be closed or operating at reduced capacity on that day. We will be open again on Tuesday, September 20, 2022.

What to do if it gets too Hot
Extreme Heat-whats new

The heat dome last year appeared suddenly and that led to some serious outcomes for many. The Province, the Federal government, regional governments and we here at CRHC and CRD, want to be better prepared for more heat related events. The following links will give you some important tips on how to stay cool if the heat spikes, and what to do in case you’re at risk.

For more information check out "The heat dome and CRHC" article in the CRHC Summer 2022 Newsletter

We're moving - changes in effect starting Monday, June 20

CRHC reception will move from the entrance off Lee Mong Kow Alley by the Centennial Square Parking Lot to a temporary reception area located in the former Starbucks location at the corner of Fisgard and Government. If you are visiting our offices over the summer, look for new signage to direct you and be patient while we work out the kinks associated with the move.

New Homes Underway in Victoria

Thanks to partnership between the CRD and CRHC, the B.C. government and the Government of Canada, 97 new affordable homes will be built through a redevelopment on Michigan Street in Victoria. Read more >>

COVID Office Protocols

After our move to our new temporary location, our office doors will remain open, but space will be at a premium. As a way to ensure physical distancing in our limited reception area which will be shared with the CRD’s main reception, we will be accepting only one client, or three individuals from the same household at a time and you will not be required to wear a mask. We strongly recommend appointments, but we can accommodate walk-in rent payments. If you arrive at the office without an appointment, or see that someone is already in the reception area, you'll be asked to wait outside until the person ahead of you has left the building. We thank you for helping keep us all safe.

If you require a face-to-face meeting, we recommend that you call or email the employee you wish to meet with to make an appointment. When you enter into the general office area, beyond the reception desk, you will be required to wear a mask and potentially sign in using our visitor tracking sheet.

We are continuing to deliver essential services while following guidelines and orders set out by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) and other governing bodies, including WorkSafeBC, and Island Health. For more about the CRD’s response to COVID-19 please visit www.crd.bc.ca/covid

2021 Annual Report

The CRD Board, as the sole shareholders of the Capital Regional Housing Corporation (CRHC) approved the financial statements of the CRHC and received the annual report as part of the CRHC Annual General Meeting.

Tenant Resources

A set of Tenant Orientation videos have been produced to ease the transition to tenancy with the CRHC, but they also contain useful information regardless of how long you've lived in one of our buildings. You'll also find:

  • Welcome to CRHC
  • Who to Contact
  • Maintenance, and
  • Being a Good Neighbour

To watch these videos, please visit the Tenant Updates section where, among the many useful tenant related information pieces,  you'll find:

  • CRHC Tenant Handbook
  • CRHC Tenant Relocation Policy 
  • Tenant Newsletters

Budget 2022

Three broad components outline the CRHC’s Budget 2022: operations and maintenance, capital projects, and administration and staffing, to continue the Corporation's exciting work in supporting housing operations, advancing new developments and creating more affordable homes. Read more >>

For more detailed information on the CRHC Financial Plan please refer to the CRHC Board Agenda Package.

New Homes Underway In Central Saanich

Low to moderate income families and individuals will benefit from 51 new affordable homes planned at 1909 Prosser Road in the District of Central Saanich as part of the Regional Housing First Program (RHFP). Read more >>

New Homes Underway In Langford

The CRD, in partnership with the Province of BC and the CRHC, has started construction of 58 new affordable homes at 2782 Spencer Road in Langford. Read more >>

Learn more about rentals in our newest buildings.

Regional Housing First Program

The Regional Housing First Program (RHFP) is an equal partnership agreement between the CRD, the Province through BC Housing, and the Government of Canada though the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). The $120 million program will create up to 2,000 units of affordable housing as part of the initiative, and up to 400 units renting at the current provincial income assistance rate to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness on southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Read more >>


Current Vacancies

There are currently no properties with vacancies.

Emergency Pager: 250.388.1690

If there is a maintenance situation which will damage your suite or the building please call the Housing emergency pager: 250.388.1690.

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