Our Vision: A Home for Everyone

Housing Cambridge is a non-profit housing organization that manages 9 properties (448 units) in the City of Cambridge, Ontario. Its mission is to provide the opportunity for people of all income levels to access quality housing in our city. We have both apartment rentals and townhouse rentals in Cambridge.  Read more about Housing Cambridge here.

Applying for Subsidized Housing

Housing Cambridge offers two types of subsidized rental units: Rent Geared-to-income (RGI) and Below Average Market Rents (BAMR). The application process for each rental type is different. You can learn more about our rental policies and how to apply for housing by clicking here.

Check out our exciting new SPROUTS program!!

Sprouts Building Stronger Communities Together

Click on the links below to view the Sprouts brochure, information package, and application form.

Sprouts Brochure

Sprouts Information Pkg

Sprouts Application Form 

Questions about Sprouts?

Email:  sproutscambridge@gmail.com

Call:  (519) 650-5599 ext. 222


The “Who To Contact” Directory for Tenants

If you’re a tenant at Housing Cambridge, click on this Directory to find out “Who the right person is” to handle your concerns.

Housing Opens Doors

Once you ring the doorbell, explore this website to learn about the issue and the impact of affordable housing in our community.

Units for Rent at Full Market Value

There are currently no rentals available. Please check back soon or contact us for more details.

Vacancies listed on this page are units available only at Market Rent.

Maintenance Requests

For routine general maintenance, telephone the Administrative Coordinator at 519-650-5599 ext. 221. For all other maintenance inquiries, telephone the Maintenance Coordinator at 519-650-5599 ext. 230. See here for definitions of Emergency, Urgent and Routine maintenance situations. For after-hours Emergencies please call 519-650-4759.

News and Events

First Sprouts Event at Green Haven!

Friday, July 18 marked the very first Sprouts event at Green Haven, our seniors’ building on St. Andrew’s Street, supported by Housing Cambridge. A group of determined volunteers had a goal to create a sense of community where they lived by engaging residents throughout their building. Through weekly meetings and conversations with others, the idea of […]

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Mini Sprouts Application Inspired By Residents’ Initiative

Housing Cambridge, having introduced the Sprouts Grants program, has had their eyes opened by one of the residents and who expressed interest in giving something back to her community. With support of Housing Cambridge staff, the resident was able to create a craft night where local children were invited into the Community Centre to paint […]

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Sprouts Plant Delivery

A local Cambridge Garden Centre graciously donated all their excess plants to Sprouts. Sprouts is a community development program supported by Housing Cambridge. We received annuals, perennials, and shrubbery, which were delivered last week to several sites as a simple gift from Sprouts.  Once taking an inventory of all donations, we were able to drop a […]

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Breakfast Together

  For the past two weeks children and parents have joined other community members for  “breakfast together” at Shamrock Community Centre located at 182 Queen Street West. Two eager local volunteers and tenants from 182 Queen Street are opening the community centre to families on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 7AM-8AM. This breakfast club […]

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Waterloo Region Neighbourhood Watch

One goal of Neighbourhood Watch is to help prepare the community for ways in which they can reduce incidents of crime. About 30 residents have formed to create a Neighbourhood Watch group at 182 Queen Street West! The Neighbourhood Watch program encourages communities to become aware of suspicious activities in their neighbourhoods. Participants meet to […]

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Block Parent Program

  A Block Parent is an adult volunteer who has been Police and Block Parent screened, has been trained, and who has received a registered Block Parent Sign. The Block Parent sign is placed in a front facing window of the Block Parent home. The sign indicates that an adult is available to answer the […]

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