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As we prepare for a new light rail line along Barbur Boulevard, immigrants and vulnerable communities must not be displaced.
The housing crisis requires partnerships and collaborative approaches.
Advisory group and Tigard City Council give thumbs up for the strategy to preserve and create more affordable housing in the corridor.
Nearly 200 residents gathered to show their support for and concern about housing affordability and stability at Markham Elementary School in SW Portland.
A draft of the strategy will be shared at a community-led event on May 13; come learn about transit and housing issues.
Research makes the case for preserving them when planning for new transit investments.
Portland Mayor Wheeler, Tigard Councilor Tom Anderson and other community leaders speak about the need for a holistic and inclusive approach to meeting the housing needs in the area.
Join us at a Community Learning and Listening Session to share your ideas on the equitable housing strategy
Planners requesting proposals from community-based organizations to help create an Equitable Housing Strategy