Greenecourt Concerns and Inquiries
If you see something in Greenecourt housing complex that needs attended to, or you are a resident who has questions for staff, please use the contact page on this website to reach out to us.
If a tenant wishes to dispute a decision made by the Property Manager, you may appeal to the Board of Directors for mediation. Appeals must be in writing, state the nature of the complaint, and give the reason(s) why you are appealing. The appeal can be given to the Property Manager for transmission to the Board or can be mailed to the Board as follows:
Sunshine Coast Lions Housing Society
PO Box 325
Attention: Board of Directors – CONFIDENTIAL
Useful Resources for Tenants
Greenecourt Rules and Policies
Here you’ll find the Greenecourt rules and policies. Your co-operation in abiding by these rules and policies will help maintain desirable living conditions for all occupants, and make your residence a quiet, respectable place in which to live.
BC Housing provides assistance and subsidized housing for low-income seniors, families and people with disabilities.
Government of Canada
Here you’ll find Federal and Provincial information about the services, benefits, programs and initiatives available to seniors in British Columbia.
Rent Smart provides education and support to tenants and landlords with the goal of healthy tenancies.
Residential Tenancy Branch (RTB)
The RTB provides information about renting in B.C. and dispute resolution services.
Shelter Aid For Elderly Renters (SAFER)
This program helps make rents affordable for BC seniors with low to moderate incomes by providing monthly cash payments to subsidize rents for eligible BC residents who are age 60 or over.
Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre (TRAC)
TRAC provides information and advice services, as well as full representation to tenants and advocates across British Columbia in residential tenancy law.
VCH Home Care
Vancouver Coastal Health offers care at home to eligible BC residents, to support your independence and quality of life.