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A proposed program to license residences with one to three rental units would require these rental properties to meet standards to ensure the health and safety of renters. The City of Kingston has considered adopting a residential rental licensing program multiple times over the past 15 years. Staff has been receiving input and working on a proposed program over the past several months. ...

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Meet the leaders of the planning, building and licensing department. From left to right are: LeighAnn Hoegi, administrative assistant; Ryan Arcand, supervisor, building services; Lisa Capener-Hunt, manager, building services & chief building official;  Dan Hazell, supervisor, licensing & enforcement; Greg McLean, policy & program coordinator; Stewart Waldron, manager,...

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Work is underway to update the City’s Population, Housing and Employment Projections Study, last updated in 2013. An update of this study is done every five years as the projections provide the foundation for the City’s long-range land use, transportation, infrastructure and capital expenditure planning. Want to learn more about how the City is projected to grow between now and 2046? Join...

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Second residential units are also known as secondary suites, basement apartments, granny flats, in-law apartments – or coach houses, when they are detached from the home. They are self-contained residential units in or near a principal residence and they have a private kitchen, bathroom facilities, and living space. Right now second residential units are only permitted in certain areas of...

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Residential rental licensing requires rental properties to meet standards to ensure the health and safety of renters. The City of Kingston has considered adopting a residential licensing program multiple times over the past fifteen years. The concept of residential rental licensing came up in early 2017 through the consideration of an Interim Control Bylaw in the Williamsville, Sydenham...

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<strong>Paige Agnew</strong>
Paige Agnew
Director of planning, building and licensing services
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