Housing and Homelessness

Everyone needs a place to live, but every individual and family has different needs, including people experiencing homelessness. In Red Deer, we aim to ensure a full range of housing options is available so that every citizen has a home that is safe, adequate, and above all, affordable.

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Urban Encampments in Public Areas

Makeshift camps in Red Deer’s parks and other green spaces pose a risk to health and safety for those who use them and for the community.

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Daytime Support Services

Red Deer’s homeless population has limited options when it comes to use of washrooms, cleaning themselves up, doing laundry or storing their belongings.

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Affordable Housing

The City administers funding from the federal and provincial governments for affordable housing and homelessness

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Right now, there is no 24/7 shelter space in Red Deer with on-site support services that meet the needs of people experiencing homelessness in our city.