What is the Red Deer Housing Authority?
The Red Deer Housing Authority was established in 1971. Red Deer Housing Authority was designated a Management Body by Ministerial Order in 1995 and is bound by regulations of the Alberta Housing Act.
The Ministerial Order empowers the Management Body to manage the social housing owned by the government and to carry out other activities related to the provision of housing and associated support services.
The Red Deer Authority is accountable to the Alberta Minister responsible for housing.
The Red Deer Housing Authority administers 309 community housing units located in Red Deer, Sylvan Lake and Innisfail. They consist of duplexes, townhouses, single family houses, a 26 suite apartment building, and a 10 suite apartment building.