Sep 12, 2018

Landlords in Frontenac County are encouraged to register to attend one of five rural landlord information sessions during the week of September 17-21.

The purpose of the sessions is two-fold: One goal is to bring attention to the services provided by the Housing and Homelessness Collaborative that supports vulnerable families in Frontenac County stay sustainably housed. Workers based in Frontenac County will work with landlords and tenants with limited funding, referrals to other community services, and more.

A second purpose is to hear from landlords in Frontenac County. As the program coordinator, Amanda Pantrey puts is, “There may be innovative ideas that landlords want to see. We will have municipal staff on hand for most of the sessions and together we can brainstorm ideas together that will encourage landlords.”

“There is a tremendous shortage of rental housing options in Frontenac County,” adds Pantrey, “so we are encouraging people who are interested in renting to attend as well.” There will also be discussions about other unique approaches, such as co-housing.

The dates, times and locations of the info sessions are as follows. Refreshments will be provided, and all participants are entered into a draw for a $150 gift card.

Sep 17, 6:00pm–8:00pm, Grace Hall, Sydenham

Sep.18, 10:00am–12:00pm, Oso Hall, Sharbot Lake

Sep 18, 2:00pm–4:00pm, Clar-Mill Hall, Plevna

Sep 19, 1:00pm–3:00pm, Storrington Centre, Sunbury

Sep 20, 12:00 pm–2:00 pm, Lions Hall, Verona

Southern Frontenac Community Services is one of three agencies working together in the Housing and Homelessness Collaborative that serves the County of Frontenac, administered by the City of Kingston’s 10-year Municipal Housing and Homelessness Plan. Rural Frontenac Community Services and Addiction Mental Health Services, KFL&A make up the rest of team.

For more information and to register, contact Amanda Pantrey, at SFCSC, at 613-376-6477 ext. 208, or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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