Insurance Coverage

Insurance is essential in rental situations. Tenants must obtain their own content & liability insurance for the space in which they live. Reid Properties insure their buildings with respect to both liability and property damage but property insurance covered by the Landlord does not cover the interior contents of the tenant’s space.  Therefore, when signing a lease with Reid Properties tenants agree to arrange their own content and liability insurance. Rob Tarrick of The Globe & Mail has written an informative article regarding tenant insurance called,  Off to University – Keep yourself covered.


Recycling

The City of Kingston’s dual Grey Box/Blue Box system has citizens placing fiber material (like paper and cardboard) by the curb in grey boxes one week, and plastics, bottles, and cans in blue boxes the next week. Click on this link to access your individual recycling schedule, create a calendar, and create reminders. To download (and print) a useful one-page reminder, click on this link to see what items will be accepted in the blue, grey, and green boxes.


Local Links

Reid Properties is pleased to provide easy access to these important local agencies and services:

City of Kingstonwww.cityofkingston.ca

There is a wealth of information here about utilities, bus service (route planner), taxes, municipal services, projects, and much more.

Whig Standardwww.thewhig.com

For local and world news, sports, weather, classified adds and much more.

Utilities Kingston,  www.utilitieskingston.com

For water, sewer, gas or electricity in the City of Kingston or  phone 613-546-0000

The Kingston Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO),  www.kingstoncanada.com

This site promotes Kingston to new businesses, tourists, and local citizens.

Queen’s University,  www.queensu.ca

Look here for extensive services for students.

Phone numbers,  www.canada411.com  or  411.ca “411.ca” can also give postal codes, reverse look up, area maps, e-mail addresses and more.

Postal codes,  www.canadapost.com