We are committed to ensuring that every person who chooses to make Vancouver home has access to affordable, adequate, and secure housing.
To keep Vancouver vibrant and liveable for all our residents, we’re resetting our current housing strategy to focus on creating the right types of homes to meet the needs of the people who live and work in our city.
The Housing Vancouver Strategy will set forward a plan for the next 10 years.
As Vancouver grows, new housing should respond to our incomes, families, and lifestyles.
We are taking bold strides forward with new strategies and strong partnerships to serve the needs of our residents – now and into the future.
Sign up for information on upcoming public events and activities that will help shape the new strategy to address affordable housing in Vancouver.
Our new strategy will address housing affordability over the next 10 years. Learn more about our new housing priorities.
April 11 2017 - We have increased our response to address homelessness in the past year, and will take even further action throughout 2017 as high housing costs, near-zero rental vacancy, and frozen welfare rates continue to impact residents.
April 11 2017 - The centre will provide much needed services in an area of Vancouver's largest seniors' populations living alone or in poverty.
April 6 2017 - We've been carrying out the DTES Plan for three years. Check our progress on investing in the DTES economy, community, culture, housing, and public spaces.
March 24 2017 - We are pursuing several new priorities to deliver greater volumes and more varied housing supply across the city.
Look up residential rental buildings in Vancouver with health, safety, maintenance, tidiness, and other issues.
Find shelters, financial aid, low-cost meals and recreation, and community centres that serve low-income residents.
Resources for tenants and developers of social housing, co-op housing, and market rental housing.
Learn about supportive housing to help people who are homeless or at-risk to lead stable, independent, and connected lives.
Uses City- and partner-owned land for new housing projects with more types of home options and greater affordability than the private market.
The Task Force recommended bold and practical ways to improve housing affordability for low- to moderate-income households.
The Housing Mix Policy for Rezoning Projects is another step towards increasing the supply of family homes.
About our initiative to create an online database of rental buildings and their compliance with health and safety bylaws.
The City is working with the Province to provide cold-weather shelter, and connect homeless people to community resources.