Affordable Housing in your ComAffordable Housing in your Community
Affordable housing refers to safe and suitable housing that a person or family can afford, while allowing them to still have money for other living expenses such as food, transportation or clothing. It could be an apartment, townhouse, or even single dwelling home that’s rented or owned.
Watch the video below to learn more about affordable housing in your community and why it’s important for St. Albert.
Mental Health Initiative - HeaMental Health Initiative - Healing Project
The Healing Project art installation was created as a way for us, as a community to process our collective grief and impact felt from the pandemic. This important community conversation helped our community and residents move forward with hope and celebration. Check out the video to learn more.
Social Master Plan - Resident Social Master Plan - Resident stories
The City of St. Albert’s first Social Master Plan reflects on key social issues and provides a roadmap for building a caring, connected, inclusive and safe community.
The plan is about people and affects all residents in one way or another. It's about how we live, interact with and support one another.
Watch this video to hear residents stories related to living in our community and how the plan has helped build community.
What makes a Welcoming and IncWhat makes a Welcoming and Inclusive Community?
The City of St. Albert believes in the advancement of a fair and equitable society that promotes respect for all citizens, strengthens the community, reduces causes of disadvantage and inequality and ensures that all citizens in St. Albert thrive and enjoy the best quality of life possible. Communities are strongest when they bring together a diverse set of voices, perspectives and backgrounds.