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History2017-02-13T12:53:28+00:00

Slovak Village is a private non-profit housing corporation that was formed in 1994 to provide affordable housing to residents of Brantford and Brant County. There are 150 apartments (1, 2 & 3 bedrooms) in the building. Some units are handi-capped accessible units.

Slovak Village is governed by a nine-member board of directors who meet 5 – 6 times a year to approve contracts, board policies, spending priorities and discuss other issues related to the non-profit.

Every three years, Slovak Village requests quotes for Property Management Services. The City of Brantford Housing Department has a contract with Slovak Village to provide management services.

Slovak Village is funded through rents paid by residents and government grants to pay its operational expenses. It is therefore important that residents pay their rent on time.

Slovak Village is owned by Slovak Village Non-Profit Housing Inc. and NOT by the City of Brantford.