309 Queen Mary Road

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To meet the needs of the community, the City of Kingston has been acquiring properties for the purpose of affordable, transitional, and supportive housing for several years.

In December 2023, 309 Queen Mary Road was purchased from Extendicare which operates a long-term care facility there. The City anticipates taking ownership of the property this summer as Extendicare relocates to a new, larger long-term care home in the west end in 2024. The property at 309 Queen Mary Road has the necessary zoning and physical design to allow for transitional supportive housing with complex social and health care services to be provided on site.

Although the property at 309 Queen Mary Road has been secured, specific support services provided to complement transitional housing have not been decided. This property is not intended to be the location for the existing Integrated Care Hub. Rather, this is a unique opportunity to work with community partners to develop and provide both services and housing options on-site for those who need them. In the coming months, the City will host public engagement opportunities and work with community partners to develop this operational model.


To meet the needs of the community, the City of Kingston has been acquiring properties for the purpose of affordable, transitional, and supportive housing for several years.

In December 2023, 309 Queen Mary Road was purchased from Extendicare which operates a long-term care facility there. The City anticipates taking ownership of the property this summer as Extendicare relocates to a new, larger long-term care home in the west end in 2024. The property at 309 Queen Mary Road has the necessary zoning and physical design to allow for transitional supportive housing with complex social and health care services to be provided on site.

Although the property at 309 Queen Mary Road has been secured, specific support services provided to complement transitional housing have not been decided. This property is not intended to be the location for the existing Integrated Care Hub. Rather, this is a unique opportunity to work with community partners to develop and provide both services and housing options on-site for those who need them. In the coming months, the City will host public engagement opportunities and work with community partners to develop this operational model.

  • In the coming months, the City will host engagement opportunities with community partners and residents about 309 Queen Mary Road. Ahead of those opportunities, we would like to ensure that we are capturing pre-engagement feedback that can be considered as we develop the operational model for this facility. Feedback will be themed and shared with staff, community partners and Council as we work together on this project.

    When submitting your pre-engagement feedback, please ensure comments align with our Guidelines for Participation. Feedback that does not align with these guidelines will not be included in the public engagement summaries.

    If you prefer to submit your comments without creating a Get Involved Kingston account:

    • email ContactUs@CityofKingston.ca and write 309 Queen Mary Road in the subject line 
    • request a feedback form by mail by calling 613-546-0000. We will send you a form and pre-paid envelope to return the form to us.



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