Construction Trainee Program

We offer a 16 week paid program for people with barriers to employment that is designed as a pre-employment training.

Community Board Members

Barrie Housing is currently looking for Community Board of Directors Members. Follow more info for further information

Wastewater Relief Program

The City of Barrie recently introduced a new financial assistance support program to help offset water/wastewater bill costs for low-income households

MARKET RENT UNITS

(No Current Vacancies)

ACCESSING CHILD CARE FEE SUBSIDY

Click the link below to find out more information provided by the County of Simcoe.

Tax Clinic Information

Click below to find information on free and low-cost community tax clinics in Simcoe County

WORK ORDER REQUESTS

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Covid-19 News and Updates

Please refer to our Covid-19 Updates tab for information, community links, government services and current Barrie Housing day-to-day service changes.

Barrie Housing Properties

Please call 705-727-0414 ext. 231 for availability information

Barrie Housing

Barrie Housing is a non-profit housing provider in the City of Barrie, Ontario. The portfolio has a total of 964 apartments and town houses located at 14 different locations across the city.

Approximately 60% of these rental units are for people who qualify for a rent geared to income subsidy. This is applied for through the Social Housing Department at the County of Simcoe. The other 40% of the rental units are available for rent at market value.

All of the buildings were built between 1989 and 1990. All of our buildings have a common laundry facility on site, all buildings have 2-3 bedroom units, parking on site, utilities are extra, common rooms must be reserved and first and last month's rent are required. Vacancies are subject to change depending on availability, please call for details.

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Latest News


The City of Barrie recently introduced a new financial assistance support program to help offset water/wastewater bill costs for low-income households

Effective April 8, 2021 a month-long stay-at-home order along with a provincial state of emergency has been issued by the Province of Ontario.