The Elliott Street Supportive Housing project proposes to build a supportive housing development on the vacant land on the 300 block of Elliott Street in Quesnel. This will include 30 self-contained units of supportive housing and four units of support recovery.
Process & Engagement
June 5, 2018 – Third Reading
May 30, 2018 – Public Hearing
August 15, 2017 – Public Information Meeting
The community had the opportunity to view poster boards, talk with representatives from the Quesnel Shelter & Support Society, BC Housing and the City of Quesnel, and submit comment forms. Please see the summary report of comments received regarding the August 15 meeting (prepared by the City of Quesnel).
September 18, 2017 – Public Hearing / First Reading of the Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw Amendment
December 13, 2017 - Open House - postponed until further notice
BC Housing is postponing the public information meeting, which was scheduled for December 13, until after we have completed the RFP process and a successful proponent has been identified.
About the Project
BC Housing is issuing a Request for Proposal to invite qualified non-profit societies to operate this project.
The project is expected to meet the commitments set by the following agreements:
- Good Neighbour Agreement: A commitment with Elliott Street neighbours to address concerns in a timely manner; communicate with them; work together to improve the neighbourhood; identify tenant expectations; work with tenants to foster good neighbour relations.
- Operating Agreement: A contract between BC Housing and the future operator that outlines the financial and functional decisions of housing operations including rules and regulations that govern operations, and specific needs of the intended clients and the community.
- Housing Agreement: Used by municipalities to promote affordability and diversity in housing projects receiving local government contributions. This agreement will put into effect the City of Quesnel’s housing policy objectives such as ensuring use for intended tenant population; expectations on administration and management of the housing units; affordability and preservation of long-term supportive housing facilities in the community.
The Province will work closely with the City to identify a location for a new shelter site. In the meantime, the emergency shelter at 146 Carson Avenue will remain open until the new site is operational. The Quesnel Shelter and Support Society will continue to operate this shelter.
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