Chief Glenn Hudson and Council were excited to hand over house keys today to new homeowners moving into the 21 Home Housing Project. As each of the 21 homes become ready for occupancy, families can begin to move in and enjoy the locally built homes.
- 4 Bedrooms
- Geothermal heating/cooling
- 1,595 sq ft
- 9’ walls
- Vinyl plank flooring
- 2 full baths
- Hardie board exterior siding (concrete)
Families Draw for Lots and New Homes
A total of 21 homes were built with this new housing project. One by one, the new homeowners took turns picking numbers to decide which lot and home they receive.
“This is the first new housing project of 21 homes on Pinese Road, located on the South end of the reserve. We, as a council, are glad to support our membership in receiving new homes. There is a backlog of 800 new homes for families and today we have completed 40 plus new homes with this project, CMHC and flood units. You can feel the excitement from the new homeowners and this is doubly exciting for Council and our housing board. It is a good day for our community. More houses being planned for 2019!” said Chief Glenn Hudson, Peguis First Nation.