Fort Richmond and University Heights are two beautiful, residential communities surrounding the suburban campus of the University of Manitoba. The Fort Richmond – University Heights Neighbourhood Association is a volunteer, community-based organization of homeowners who have united to address concerns about the growing number of unethical landlords moving into the neighbourhood, illegally subdividing houses, renting unsafe rooms to unsuspecting tenants, and neglecting their properties.
Residents, tenants and landlords all have RESPONSIBILITIES living in this neighbourhood, and they have RIGHTS. Our website is designed to provide useful information to help everyone better understand their responsibilities and rights.
In the months ahead, we will continue to refine and improve our website to ensure it provides users with the tools and resources they need. If there is some information you would like added, or if you have any questions, please Contact Us. Thank you for visiting!
Become A Member
Become a member of the Fort Richmond – University Heights Neighbourhood Association, and receive an E-newsletter update every two months! Your membership is free and will allow you to stay informed and up-to-date on rental issues, new developments, and the Association’s challenges and successes.
2018 Civic Election Forum Meet the candidates, ask your questions. The Fort Richmond University Heights Neighbourhood Association in conjunction with […]read more
Thank you so much to those of you who have agreed to join us as a Volunteer Street Captain! We […]read more
At our AGM on May 15, 2018 we nominated board members for the upcoming year. We still have volunteer positions available. […]read more
Thank you for everyone that was able to attend the May 15th Annual General Meeting. We hope that you had an informative time. We still do have two volunteer positions open if you would like to help out. Please see our Executive Report and 2017 minutes.read more
As part of the OurWinnipeg review, the City is undertaking a study to figure out how to accommodate the expected population growth of 200,000 people over the next 20 years.read more
Reporting By-law Infractions
The #1 reason for lack of by-law enforcement is improper reporting of an infraction. It is absolutely critical to learn how to PROPERLY REPORT a potential by-law infraction, and ensure you TAKE ACTION by reporting it!