A few things for people who are in housing or who are looking for housing.

New Applicants

  1. If you have a housing application submitted and haven’t updated your information, please contact rentalhousing@huuayaht.org.
  2. All applications have to be renewed every year, March 1. This is when the new fiscal year rolls over. This is not a new policy, it has been with Huu-ay-aht since day one. So, if you had a housing application filled out before march 1 of last year, it is no longer valid and your name is no longer on the list. Get a new application to the rentalhousing@huuayaht.org right away.
  3. Once you have filed an application you need to call the Huu-ay-aht Government Office at 250-723-0100 to make an appointment. A short interview is needed. The list is done based on need and having the right match of the size of the unit and the number of occupants, not on a “first come” basis. If you do not make an interview you will be on the list, but you will not be considered until the interview process is complete. The interview won’t take long.
  4. If you are no longer needing to be on the list, please let Rental Housing know so the next person can be moved up.

Leased Tenants

  1. If you have signed a 99 year lease with Huu-ay-aht, please remember that you own the house and that all repairs are your responsibility.
  2. If you are in need of some work we can help you find workers who will travel to Anacla but the expense is on you. Remember, you bought the home for $1 and was informed that the onus would be on you for all repairs. This is not Huu-ay-aht responsibility.
  3. If you are an Elder who needs help, please contact Rental Housing and they will help you.

There is a large shortage of homes and Huu-ay-aht is working very hard to get people in homes as soon as they can.

Huu-ay-aht is here to help you. We want nothing but the best for all our citizens and we are trying to accommodate everyone to the best we can.