Hornepayne Housing Corporation (HHC) is a Municipal Service Corporation (MSC), mandated to address the housing needs of the Township. Our mission is to provide affordable housing options by ensuring that the Township of Hornepayne develops a more appropriate and diverse housing stock to achieve sustainable growth and create livable communities for the retention of existing residents and a choice location for new residents and temporary employees to live, work and play.
With a vision to build sustainable communities through the development of affordable housing ensuring a high standard of living and quality of life for all our residents. Hornepayne Housing Corporation's (HHC) affordable housing strategic goal aims to address the various housing needs in Hornepayne along its housing continuum.
This strategy and its underlying business case will, in most part, be implemented within a Public-Private Partnership framework involving broader public participation.
Hornepayne Housing Corporation’s (HHC) mission is to continually strive to improve the quality of life for our citizens by ensuring sufficient housing opportunities, in a diverse manner including affordable and accessible options that will serve all sectors of society, thereby enhancing the socio-economic benefits to the community.
Hornepayne the Geographic Centre of Ontario aims to be an inclusive, welcoming community with the capacity and leadership to enhance and sustain a high quality of life. Hornepayne Housing Corporation aspires to the values of this progressive community that supports new development, growth, and views challenges as opportunities.
With a vision to build a sustainable community through the development of affordable housing options while ensuring a high standard of living and quality of life of all our residents. Hornepayne Housing Corporation's (HHC) affordable housing strategic goal is to address the various housing needs in Hornepayne along the housing continuum.
Hornepayne Housing Corporation was incorporated on March 22, 2021, which necessitated the creation of corporate bylaws and the appointment of a board of directors pursuant the Ontario’s Corporation Act.