Aspen Court – Application
PLEASE NOTE: Applications will be kept on file for 6 months only.
Who is Eligible
Permanent residents of Canada, residing in British Columbia who are not under sponsorship. Affordable housing is available for families, seniors, and people with disabilities who can live independently and qualify for a disability pension, or who cannot work because of a disability.
Generally, people are eligible for housing if their household income falls below an amount set annually and their rent exceeds 30 per cent of their incomes. As the demand for affordable housing is high, Princeton & District Community Services assesses each applicant’s need for housing based on criteria which includes the applicant’s income, current living situation and personal and family requirements as compared to other applicants. This ensures that priority is given to households in the greatest need.
Purpose of this Form
This application form is designed to collect specific information from applicants seeking affordable housing in accordance with section 26 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (the FOI Act). Princeton & District Community Services use this information to determine your eligibility for housing and the types of accommodation that best suit your needs.
In British Columbia affordable housing vacancies are limited. To increase your chances of obtaining housing, it is recommended that you apply for several developments or areas.
Please update your application if any of your information changes. You should try to update your application at least once every six months.
Please provide day and evening phone numbers, or the phone number of a contact person so that housing providers can contact you if a unit becomes available.
Please note that Aspen Court allows only ONE SPAYED OR NEUTERED PET per suite. Written proof by a veterinarian will be mandatory, should you choose to obtain/retain a pet. Under 20 Lbs.