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The City of Edmonton is building an inclusive city where everyone can enjoy safety, stability, and the opportunity to build a life. That begins with ensuring there are housing options for all Edmontonians. 

Many Edmontonians, including low-wage workers, seniors, single-income families, and people who need income support are struggling to cover their housing costs. Everyone is affected by housing insecurity and homelessness, whether they need help with housing or not. 

Find out why, how and where the City is building more affordable and supportive housing. 

Find out how to access emergency, affordable and supportive housing.

Learn about funding available to help build affordable and supportive housing.

Get advice and information to help resolve tenancy issues. 

Find out how the City is transforming surplus land into new residential developments and explore FAQs about affordable housing.

Find out more about new supportive housing developments in your community.

Learn about the need for more affordable and supportive housing and how the City is helping. 

The City and its partners are working together to address homeless encampments on public land and connecting people experiencing homelessness to supports and housing.

For More Information

Affordable Housing and Homelessness

Affordable Housing and Homelessness, Social Development Branch
18th Floor, Edmonton Tower
10111 104 Avenue NW
Edmonton AB  T5J 0J4

Telephone

In Edmonton: 311

Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

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