Canton for All People is currently in the process of renovating homes for rental and home-ownership opportunities. There are no vacancies at this time.  If you would like to be kept up to date on future housing opportunities, please fill our our Housing Interest Form (it takes about 4 minutes) and let us know what you’re looking for. We look forward to offering healthy home opportunities soon.


Bringing new life to 44703

To continue improving the quality of life for families in the Greater Shorb Neighborhood, Canton for All People expanded programming in 2022 to include vacant home renovations for rental and home-ownership opportunities. Thanks to the City of Canton, the Lemmon Family Foundation, Crossroads United Methodist Church, Key Bank, and Huntington Bank we look forward to bringing new safe and affordable housing to our community. Please continue to monitor our webpage or follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on when we add homes available for sale and rental.

Looking for rental housing?

Canton for All People has received an overwhelming amount of interest in our rental housing. As new units are finished in late fall/early winter this year, C4AP will begin accepting rental applications. Please check back here or follow us on Facebook for updates on when and how to apply for upcoming units.

Application Process

All rental units are made available to households at or below 80% of AMI (Area Median Income), with some reserved for families at 50% of AMI.

FY 2021 Income Limit Area

Canton, Ohio HUD Metro FMR Area

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80% AMI 

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The application process is handled exclusively by Canton for All People. At the time of application, property management will need several documents for identity and income verification. Applications are not considered complete and cannot be reviewed until all documents are submitted to property management.

A copy of these required documents can be found HERE.

After an application is submitted a criminal, credit, and sex offender report is run. It is our policy to go back seven (7) years from the date of your application when reviewing criminal records. 

Have a pet? A copy of the Healthy Homes Pet Policy can be found HERE.

Already a C4AP renter?

Please submit all maintenance and emergency work orders directly to Canton for All People at 330-455-0153 and leave a message. Work orders can also be submitted via email at don@cantonforallpeople.org.


Frequently Asked Questions about Rental Housing

Does Canton for All People provide emergency or temporary housing?

Canton for All People provides permanent housing and does not offer emergency or temporary housing. Crossroads UMC maintains two transitional units in its building. For more information visit the Epworth Housing page in the Crossroads UMC tab above.  If you or someone you know is facing homelessness, call the homeless hotline, 330-452-4363. 

Is there a waiting list for available rentals?

Due to the shortage of affordable housing in Canton there is often a waiting list for units. Interested households are encouraged to contact Canton for All People in regards to the waiting list. 

Where are the rentals located?

Canton for All People has rental properties scattered throughout the 44703 zip code. The majority of these units are single-family homes or duplexes with 2 or 3 bedrooms. 


Does Canton for All People accept Section-8 vouchers?


Can I apply for housing if I have a felony?

Any household member who has been arrested or convicted of a felony including by not limited to murder, rape, robbery, burglary, weapons charge or arson will disqualify the household for tenancy. Similarly, no household with a member who has been arrested or convicted of gang-related activity, whether felony or misdemeanor, will be considered for housing. If applicant appeals rejection and has proof that charges were dismissed that can be provided at the appeal, the applicant will be considered for housing but must meet all requirements of the Tenant Selection Criteria.



Our organization fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, and financing of dwellings, and in other housing-related transaction, based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, familial status, military status or disability.