Terrace – Tetrault Street

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BC Housing has purchased the properties at 2802, 2804, and 2812 Tetrault Street in Terrace to build more housing for community members. We are proposing to build up to 35 new affordable homes with support services at the site.

The 2023 Point-in-Time homeless count identified 156 people as experiencing homelessness in Terrace. This is a 46% increase from the previous count in 2022. This proposed housing project is an important part of our effort to address and prevent homelessness in Terrace.

What is supportive housing?

Supportive homes are deeply affordable studio apartments. They are intended for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness and need support services to maintain their housing. Residents would be for single adults of all genders, including seniors and people with disabilities. Priority would be given to people in the local community.

Supportive housing includes 24/7 support services such as meals, life and employment skills training, and health and wellness supports. Many also provide culturally informed services.

BC Housing would select a non-profit housing operator through a fair and open process to manage this building and provide services to the residents.

Listen to Gina’s Story of her experience at Bridges Supportive Housing in Quesnel

Development

This site is already zoned for residential use with a base density of 35 units. Next, BC Housing will submit a Development Permit application for this project.

Learn more about zoning in Terrace

Community Engagement

A caring community can contribute greatly to the success of supportive housing residents. We commit to keeping lines of communication open throughout this project, answering questions and addressing any concerns.

Our community dialogue session took place online on March 14, 2024. We want to thank all participants for their time and thoughtful questions. 

We will share more information directly with neighbours as the project moves forward. Please also continue checking this page for the latest updates.

Questions and Comments

You are welcome to submit questions or comments at any time by emailing communityrelations@bchousing.org.


BC Housing has purchased the properties at 2802, 2804, and 2812 Tetrault Street in Terrace to build more housing for community members. We are proposing to build up to 35 new affordable homes with support services at the site.

The 2023 Point-in-Time homeless count identified 156 people as experiencing homelessness in Terrace. This is a 46% increase from the previous count in 2022. This proposed housing project is an important part of our effort to address and prevent homelessness in Terrace.

What is supportive housing?

Supportive homes are deeply affordable studio apartments. They are intended for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness and need support services to maintain their housing. Residents would be for single adults of all genders, including seniors and people with disabilities. Priority would be given to people in the local community.

Supportive housing includes 24/7 support services such as meals, life and employment skills training, and health and wellness supports. Many also provide culturally informed services.

BC Housing would select a non-profit housing operator through a fair and open process to manage this building and provide services to the residents.

Listen to Gina’s Story of her experience at Bridges Supportive Housing in Quesnel

Development

This site is already zoned for residential use with a base density of 35 units. Next, BC Housing will submit a Development Permit application for this project.

Learn more about zoning in Terrace

Community Engagement

A caring community can contribute greatly to the success of supportive housing residents. We commit to keeping lines of communication open throughout this project, answering questions and addressing any concerns.

Our community dialogue session took place online on March 14, 2024. We want to thank all participants for their time and thoughtful questions. 

We will share more information directly with neighbours as the project moves forward. Please also continue checking this page for the latest updates.

Questions and Comments

You are welcome to submit questions or comments at any time by emailing communityrelations@bchousing.org.

Page last updated: 21 May 2024, 01:49 PM