Welcome

River Bank Development Corporation (RBDC) serves as an affordable housing provider in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Our focus is to ensure affordable housing is accessible in our community. In addition, we manage the homeless strategy in Prince Albert, support Housing First Initiatives and local community agencies that address homelessness.

“Ensure Prince Albert has affordable and equitable housing options.”

“River Bank Development Corporation (RBDC) works to improve the social and economic well-being of our community. We empower citizens by providing affordable and accessible housing opportunities. We are guided by the principles of inclusion, respect, tolerance, financial accountability, and community partnerships.”

Affordable Housing

With over 100 homes River Bank Development Corporation offers a variety of affordable rental housing options to fit your housing needs in Prince Albert.

To pick up an application for an affordable housing unit, stop by the River Bank Development office, located inside the Bernice Sayese Centre at 1350 15th Ave. W. in Prince Albert.

The office is open from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Monday to Friday.

Applicants must include at least two references from previous landlords, including their names and phone numbers, with their application.

For more information, call (306) 763-7459.

Reaching Home

River Bank Development Corporation is the Designated Community Entity for Reaching Home in Prince Albert Saskatchewan.

River Bank Development supports Housing First initiatives such as the YWCA’s Homeward Bound. Housing First focuses on moving individuals who are chronically or episodically homeless from the streets or shelters to permanent housing. Individuals are supported by the provision of services to assist them to sustain their housing and working towards recovery and reintegration into the community.

In addition, River Bank Development Supports a number of community non-profits that focus on strengthening Prince Albert.

River Bank has conducted Point-Time-Counts to measure the level of homelessness in Prince Albert.

Our responsibility as Community Entity is to work with the local Community Advisory Board (CAB) to develop the Community Plan. The CAB is composed of members representing various sectors including Aboriginal Organizations, Government, Health, Emergency Shelters, Housing Organizations, Corrections, the City of Prince Albert, and the Business Community. The CAB participates in the development of the Community Plan, the call for proposals, and approves funding proposals. River Bank as CE acts as the administrative and community development arm of the CAB

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