|Date Issued||Effective Date|
|July 18, 2007||Immediately|
The policies and procedures in this City Guideline are to be implemented under the following programs.
|X||Housing Providers, Section 103 & 106|
|Federal Non-Profit Housing, Section 26/27|
|Federal Non-Profit Housing, Section 95|
|Rent Supplement Programs for Sections 26, 27, 95 and New Affordable Housing Providers|
|Toronto Community Housing Corporation|
Please note: If your program is not checked, this City Guideline does not apply to your project.
During the next year the City will be introducing new monitoring and self-assessment tools for housing providers.
The City’s goal is to detect potential operating problems sooner and work with housing providers to correct them earlier. Some of the tools will also allow housing providers to identify problems more quickly and take corrective action.
The City has decided that arrears and vacancy loss must now be reported quarterly using the form attached as Appendix A. This additional reporting is permitted under Section 113 (6) of the Social Housing Reform Act (SHRA). Instructions are attached as Appendix B.
This report is designed to show vacancy trends for a 12 month period, and monitor how vacancies are being addressed.
Record the total amount of outstanding arrears
If you have any questions, please contact your Housing Consultant or the HSS:
Housing Stability Services
Shelter, Support & Housing Administration
City of Toronto
365 Bloor Street East, 15th floor
Toronto, ON M4W 3L4