Core Housing Need
Housing Standards

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  1. % of Households in Core Housing Need
  2. Households in Core Housing Need
  3. Households Tested For Core Housing Need

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Calgary — Housing Standards (Households Tested for Core Housing Need)

  Below Affordability Standard Below Adequacy Standard Below Suitability Standard Below One or More Housing Standards Above Standards Total
Calgary 97,325 20,530 22,735 129,820 370,550 500,365
Airdrie 3,800 445 625 4,580 16,395 20,975
Altadore/South Calgary/CFB Currie/Lincoln Park/Richmond/Upper Mount Royal/Elbow Park/Rideau Park 2,310 650 305 2,990 9,025 12,020
Bankview 535 110 105 680 1,185 1,865
Bel-Aire/Mayfair/Kelvin Grove/Eagle Ridge/Chinook Park 305 115 75 455 1,430 1,885
Bowness 1,350 405 220 1,820 3,455 5,270
Braeside/Bayview/Palliser/Pump Hill/Oakridge/Cedarbrae 1,700 535 305 2,300 7,390 9,690
Bridgeland/Riverside 960 210 120 1,195 1,790 2,985
Bridlewood/Evergreen/Shawnee Slope/Millrise/Shawnessy/Somerset/Silverado/Midnapore/Parkland/Deer Ridge/Deer Run/Sundance/Chaparral/Walden/Legacy 6,555 1,170 1,535 8,715 30,765 39,480
Calgary CMA (Rural Calgary City/Rocky View County/Chestermere/Crossfield/Irricana/Beiseker) 3,035 780 510 4,015 15,970 19,980
Canyon Meadows/Woodlands/Woodbine/Lake Bonavista/Bonavista Downs/Diamond Cove/Queensland 2,260 815 325 3,135 12,105 15,235
Capitol Hill/Rosemont/Banff Trail 910 265 185 1,260 2,660 3,925
Charleswood/Collingwood/Brentwood 915 190 110 1,130 3,820 4,950
Cochrane 1,495 195 140 1,780 7,740 9,515
Dalhousie 660 180 185 910 2,535 3,445
Dover/Southview/Inglewood/Alyth/Bonnybrook/Erin Woods/Eastfield/Golden Triangle 2,295 640 470 3,140 6,515 9,660
Downtown/Eau Claire 2,695 470 765 3,580 5,205 8,780
Fairview Industrial/Fairview/Kingsland 940 225 235 1,270 2,405 3,675
Falconridge/Castleridge/Coral Springs/Martindale/Skyview Ranch/Saddle Ridge/Taradale/Horizon/Sunridge/Westwinds 6,495 670 3,340 9,485 13,990 23,475
Forest Lawn/Forest Heights/Penbrooke Meadows/Red Carpet/Applewood Park 2,795 790 1,030 4,055 6,945 11,000
Glendale/Glenbrook 930 190 210 1,225 2,920 4,140
Huntington Hills/Beddington Heights/Evanston/Panorama Hills/Country Hills/Coventry Hills/Country Hills Village/Harvest Hills/Hanson Ranch/Hidden Valley/Sandstone Valley/MacEwan Glen 7,500 1,010 1,840 9,690 30,080 39,775
Killarney/Glengarry 895 180 160 1,140 3,020 4,160
Lower Mount Royal/Cliff Bungalow 870 230 165 1,165 2,630 3,795
Manchester Industrial/Roxboro/Erlton 470 105 85 605 1,475 2,085
Marlborough Park/Marlborough/Abbeydale 1,705 440 715 2,565 5,505 8,070
McKenzie Towne/New Brighton/Copperfield/Cranston/Auburn Bay/Mahogany/McKenzie Lake/Douglasdale/Glen 5,775 510 1,030 7,035 27,375 34,405
Meridian/Franklin/Albert Park/Radisson Heights 780 165 200 1,015 1,545 2,555
Misson/Beltline 3,860 785 620 4,930 9,840 14,775
Montgomery/Point McKay/University Heights 865 235 220 1,190 2,625 3,815
Mount Pleasant 325 95 40 440 1,340 1,780
North Glenmore Park/Lakeview 535 160 65 690 2,505 3,200
North Haven/Upper North Haven/Thorncliffe/Highwood/Greenview/Cambrian Heights/Queens Park Village 1,515 550 290 2,160 5,380 7,540
Parkdale/St. Andrews Heights/Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill/Hillhurst/West Hillhurst 1,455 405 175 1,920 5,700 7,615
Ranchlands/Hawkwood/Arbour Lake/Citadel/Rocky Ridge/Royal Oak 3,095 585 630 4,055 16,035 20,085
Rosedale/Sunnyside/Crescent Heights/Renfrew 1,790 495 315 2,410 6,555 8,965
Rundle/Pine Ridge/Monterey Park 2,250 595 1,000 3,400 6,745 10,145
Rutland Park/Glamorgan 815 150 110 995 2,635 3,625
Scarboro/Sunalta 540 180 135 760 1,505 2,265
Sherwood/Kincora/Hamptons/Edgemont 2,335 400 470 3,035 10,995 14,030
Silver Springs/Scenic Acres/Tuscany 1,385 300 255 1,840 10,450 12,285
Southeast Industrial Area and Surrounding Communities 2,225 690 435 3,080 9,945 13,025
Strathcona Park/Christie Park/Patterson/Coach Hill/Signal Hill 1,485 385 270 1,995 8,575 10,570
Valley Ridge/Crestmont/Cougar Ridge/West Springs/Aspen Woods/Springbank Hill/Discovery Ridge 2,085 245 375 2,585 13,130 15,715
Varsity 1,250 300 200 1,615 4,180 5,790
Vista Heights/Skyline East/Pegasus/McCall/North Airways/South Airways/Mayland Heights/Mayland 1,025 235 205 1,315 2,515 3,825
Whitehorn/Temple 1,525 410 685 2,370 4,635 7,005
Wildwood/Spruce Cliff/Shaganappi/Westgate/Rosscarrock 1,335 320 325 1,820 4,680 6,505
Willow Park/Acadia/Haysboro/Southwood 2,530 705 510 3,465 8,305 11,775
Windsor Park/Meadowlark Park/Britannia/Elboya 695 180 125 905 2,170 3,080
Winston Heights/Mountview/Tuxedo Park/Highland Park 1,490 425 270 1,930 4,230 6,160
Notes:
  • Data include all non-farm, non-band, non-reserve private households reporting positive incomes and shelter cost-to-income ratios less than 100 per cent.
  • A household is in core housing need if its housing does not meet one or more standards for housing adequacy (repair), suitability (crowding), or affordability and if it would have to spend 30 per cent or more of its before-tax income to pay the median rent (including utilities) of appropriately sized alternative local market housing. Adequate housing does not require any major repairs, according to residents. Suitable housing has enough bedrooms for the size and make-up of resident households. Affordable housing costs less than 30 per cent of before-tax household income.
  • Affordable housing costs less than 30 per cent of before-tax household income. Includes households below more than one standard (in addition to the affordability standard). Accordingly, the sum of the number of households below each standard will be larger than the total number of households below standards.
  • Adequate housing does not require any major repairs, according to residents. Includes households below more than one standard (in addition to the adequacy standard). Accordingly, the sum of the number of households below each standard will be larger than the total number of households below standards.
  • Suitable housing has enough bedrooms for the size and make-up of resident households. Includes households below more than one standard (in addition to the suitability standard). Accordingly, the sum of the number of households below each standard will be larger than the total number of households below standards.