Information & More
Can I install an alarm system?
Installing an alarm system may be considered by the board, so first be sure to write to them and obtain permission. You can do this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or bringing your written request to the office and we will add it to their meeting agenda. Please note that you will be required to provide the code so that we can enter your unit in the event of an emergency.
Can I have a pet?
Kindersley Housing Authority has a local policy for the housing we manage in the town of Kindersley:
“Kindersley Housing Authority does not allow pets on the properties it manages in the town of Kindersley. The definition of pets includes, but is not limited to: dogs, cats, birds, rodents, fish and reptiles. The property includes: (1) the interior of the units (2) front or back yards, and (3) any common areas. Allowing a pet, or having a pet, on the Kindersley Housing Property may result in an eviction notice and tenant charges for any damages that may have occurred as a result of the pet(s).”
Can I install my own lock?
You may not install your own locks. If your lock is not secure, call our office and we can replace it for you. Please think carefully before you decide to give out a copy of your house key. If problems do arise from giving a key to someone else, the locks can be changed by the housing authority, but you will be responsible for the cost involved. Keys will only be given to adults who are on the lease.
How do I move in?
First, you need to submit an application form to our office, please see the links and downloads page for the application form. For information on filling out the application and submitting it, please also find the cover letter document that best matches your application. Once your complete application and documents are submitted to our office, we will process it and submit it to the board of directors for approval. Once approved, your name will be added to our approved applicant list and attached a score based on the information you provided us. When the next unit comes vacant, we assign it to the application which has the highest score (highest need) on our approved applicant list at that time. For more information, call our office at 306-463-3931.