Housing Listings

The Housing Listings are presented as a table to allow you to select the appropriate group in your chosen zone. Each housing listing is a PDF that contains information on how to apply to the specific developments.

The Family and Seniors & Adults with disabilities listings are broken into two sections:

  • Section 1 - Lists all developments that The Housing Registry accepts applications for.
  • Section 2 - Lists developments where the individual non-profit or co-operative housing providers maintain their own application lists and fill vacancies from that list. Click here to find out more about applying to non-profit and co-operative housing providers that are not members of The Housing Registry.
Zone Family Singles
Seniors & Adults w disabilities Seniors' Supportive Housing

1 Sunshine Coast, Squamish, North and West Vancouver

2 North Delta, Langley and Surrey

3 Richmond and West Delta

4 Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows

5 Burnaby and New Westminster

6 Vancouver

7 Fraser Valley, Chilliwack and Abbotsford

8 Vancouver Island South, Saanich and Victoria

9 Vancouver Island North and Nanaimo

10 North Coast

11 Southern Interior, Kamloops, Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon

12 Northern Interior and Prince George

A family is defined as a minimum of two people, including one dependent child.

Seniors and Adults with Disabilities
A senior is minimum 55 years of age, a permanent BC resident, and has a gross household income below the program income threshold. Adults with disabilities can live independently and are in receipt of a recognized disability pension or considered disabled for income tax purposes.

Singles and Couples
Low-income singles and couples who are homeless or at risk of homelessness may be eligible for subsidized housing. The definition of low-income varies by community and number of bedrooms in a unit.

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Request Documents by Mail

If you cannot find what you are looking for in the Housing Listings, or wish to have the Housing Listings from select regions mailed to you, call 1-800-257-7756, or complete this online request form . In the Lower Mainland, call 604-433-2218.

When you fill out the online request form, please be sure to include your full address, city and postal code. This information will help us send you the information as soon as possible.
Housing Listings is a resource directory that provides maps and addresses of subsidized housing developments for families, seniors, individuals with disabilities and singles across the province. It includes information about:
  • how to apply to specific developments
  • whether a development offers wheelchair-accessible units or market rent units 
  • whether pets are allowed 
  • whether a development has other charges such as a security deposit or separate utility charges.