COVID-19 UPDATE: Little Falls Co-op values the safety of the members, staff and guests/visitors. Guests/visitors are encouraged to wear a mask or other facial covering upon entry, practice safe distancing and wash their hands regularly while at the Co-op.
"There is always light. If only we're brave enough to see it.
If only we're brave enough to be it"."
-- Amanda Gorman
About Little Falls Co-op
Construction for Little Falls Co-operative Homes ("Little Falls Co-op") began in 1994. As each unit was completed, a new member would move in. Various new members joined the Co-op from September through to December of 1994 and a ceremony was held on January 1, 1995, marking the official opening date of Little Falls Co-op.
Little Falls Co-op was originally intended to be three rows of two-story apartments but was revised for new provincial inclusion mandates allowing everyone a chance for a home. The goal was to provide housing that members would be proud to live in with the hope they would stay on and contribute back to the Co-op to keep costs down.
Little Falls Co-op is overseen by one director at-large. The Co-operative Corporations Act (R.S.O. 1990, Chapter C.35) and its Regulation (R.R.O. 1990, Regulation 178) govern the incorporation, operation, and liquidation of all types of co-operatives. Little Falls Co-op operates under specific By-laws that comply with the Ontario Housing Services Act.
Little Falls Co-op has a Property Manager that works 16 hours per week.