Formed in 1981, the Kingston Rental Property Owners Association brings together landlords in the Kingston community to promote local and provincial advocacy, peer networking, education on laws and regulations, and to provide an opportunity to share valuable resources and support best practices.
Membership is open to landlords, property managers, superintendents, as well as professionals and vendors who supply services to the rental property community.
KRPOA member benefits include:
8 monthly dinner meetings (currently by Zoom - in-person when safe to do so) that feature interesting and informative guest speakers and the opportunity to network with fellow landlords and suppliers
Access to rental specific forms including a lease addendum
Member discounts at area businesses
For more information about membership or sponsorship opportunities, please contact us.
Our formal meetings take place on the last Tuesday of every month (Jan-May; Sep-Nov) and there are networking social meetings via Zoom scheduled for the last Tuesday of June, July & August.
We hope to gather again in-person this fall at our new meeting location (Denny's - Benson St.). Meetings will be blended - offered both in-person (when safe to do so) and virtually via Zoom.
As a result of cancelled meetings in 2020, all 2020 KRPOA members automatically become 2021 members at no additional cost.
UPDATE NUISANCE PARTY BY-LAW
The City of Kingston has outlined the amendments to the city's Nuisance Party By-Law during one day of public webinars and a meeting with our association on April 26, 2022. A new report will be brought to council in June (date TBA). Until that time, all rental property owners are encouraged to reach out to city staff and councillors to voice concerns.
Please find more information in the presentation and proposed amendment documents below.
February 11 2022
Response to Report 22-070 -
Bylaw Number 2018-53 ‘A By-Law to Regulate Nuisance Parties within the City of Kingston’
City council will look at expanding its nuisance party bylaw next week that would shift some of the cost of dealing with nuisance parties to landlords.
To all rental property owners and managers, please consider contacting the Mayor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and your City Councillor (contact info can be found at https://www.cityofkingston.ca/city-hall/city-council/mayor-and-council) prior to council deliberations on Report 22-070 on February 15th.
We encourage you to download the template letter below and send to the Mayor and your City Councillor:
Kyle Compeau - Manager, Enforcement Services - City of Kingston - Nuisance Party Bylaw (April 2022)
Tony Miller - CEO, Ottawa Small Landlord Association (March 2022)
Pete Goyer, MYCOR Insurance Solutions Ontario East (January 2022)
Michael Cotman of MW Cotman & Associates (November 2021)
Lorrie McCullough, McCullough Legal Services & Sean Jensen, Paralegal (October 2021)
Ryan Decker & Kathryn Morrison - KFL&A Public Health Environmental Health & Covid (September 2021)
Tim Park - Manager, Development Approvals - City of Kingston (May 2021)
Kyle Compeau & Derek Ochej, Building & Enforcement - City of Kingston (April 2021)
John Done, Kingston Community Legal Clinic (March 2021)
Ray Garner, Director Solid Waste Services - City of Kingston (February 2021)
Nick Lorraway & Natalie Woodland - Co-founders of the Home Standards Project (February 2021)
Carol Willes - BMO Private Banking (November 2020)
Omotayo Senbore - Renile (October 2020)
Sue Priest - Paralegal Services (September 2020)
Paige Agnew, Sukriti Agarwal & Andrea Gummo - City of Kingston Planning (February 2020)
Kyle Compeau & Dan Hazell -City of Kingston Licensing (January 2020)