COVID- 19 Resident Updates
Throughout the pandemic, the Community Development Department, with the support of the Administration team, continues to compile and distribute COVID-19 information and supports to our residents once a week as new and ongoing COVID-19 topics and services across the city became available. So far we have sent out 50 plus information emails with countless information and resources. To access this and past Updates, please visit NHC’s website, or Ctrl/click on this link UPDATE FROM NEPEAN HOUSING CORPORATION- (COVID-19)
For more information on Community Development Programs Contact:
Nepean Housing Corporation
16 Kilbarron Road
Nepean, ON K2J 5B2
Phone: 613-823-8452, ext. 119
Community Development Programming Fall 2020
Virtual Programming for Mature Adults at 2 Hammill Court & 130 Centrepointe
We are pleased to announce the launch of virtual programming! We are offering Cooking, Art & Fitness classes all from the comfort of your own apartment. If you live at 2 Hammill or 130 Centrepointe and are interested in participating sign up here
Virtual Social Recreation Programs for Children & Youth
Social Recreation Programs for children ages 7-12 will be available virtually every Thursday from 6-7 PM! Program will feature a variety of fun activities for kids, that will be done virtually via Zoom. Program will run on four-week rotations in each neighborhood starting in Centrepointe on November 5th. For more program details click here.
To register your child(ren) click here.
Join us on Zoom every Wednesday for an hour long guided yoga class with Alison! This is a great program for all experience levels. Virtual Yoga for adults of all ages will be available via Zoom from 7:30-8:30PM every Wednesday from October 28- December 9th. For more information, click here.
To register click here.
Fall Programming 2020
Modifications to the Common Rooms Community Spaces for future program use during COVID.
We are currently evaluating our community spaces and their contents in consideration of proceeding with running programming in our new COVID reality. Issues that will need to be looked at in the spaces include: anything that is not easily cleaned, for example carpeting, chairs and couches that are made with non-washable fabrics. Soft touch items that are also difficult to disinfect such as common supplies, books, puzzles etc.