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A letter from PHB Director Shannon Callahan
New rent assistance resources through the Portland Housing Bureau will help ensure housing stability for Portland households impacted by the COVID-19 crisis
Executive rule imposes a moratorium on residential evictions in Multnomah County for on the basis of nonpayment of rent due to wage loss resulting from COVID-19.
Authorized by Ordinances 189714 and 189715
Changes in City code allow more flexibility for landlords with ADUs.
The Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) is making up to $200,000 available for home retention services and legal estate planning services aimed at homeownership asset preservation in communities experiencing displacement.
Do you have questions about how Portland’s new landlord/tenant laws apply to you?
Beginning June 3, the Rental Services helpline will begin offering expanded hours, including evening and weekend hours.
The solicitation is the first to make Bond funds available to private entities.
N/NE Preference Waitlist application for the 5020 Condos opens April 22 at 9 am.
State and local agencies pair funding for housing and services for the first time in a targeted effort to innovate solutions to chronic homelessness.
A new report cites barriers to enforcement of Fair Housing law.
Expand Housing Choice for Everyone
A new report shows early success in producing affordable housing in the private market and outlines program adjustments to encourage continued development.
The project will be dedicated to providing Supportive Housing for homeless individuals in downtown.
The pilot will be the first time state and local agencies pair funding for housing development with service dollars in a targeted effort to address chronic homelessness.
The funding will support major rehabilitation work needed to preserve more than 200 housing units serving those exiting homelessness.
The acquisition of a NE Portland property for development adds at least 50 new homes to a pipeline that now tops 560 Bond-funded housing units.
The 51-unit project has capacity to house 167 people and is the latest funded under the City of Portland’s Housing Bond
Are you a longtime homeowner in N/NE Portland? Is your home in need of repairs?
Portland Consortium Annual Action Plan Meeting
Joint venture with City of Portland, Bridge Meadows and New Avenues for Youth creates trauma-informed affordable housing community for at-risk foster youth
Help Shape City Rental Housing Policy
The City acts on two properties to create as many as 90 new units of affordable housing and, is partnering with Home Forward to implement the Housing Bond
The hearing will take place Tuesday, February 27 from 6−8pm at the Portland Housing Bureau
Flood Insurance Savings Program saves homeowners thousands of dollars and keeps residents in their homes.
The public is invited to testify on proposed changes to the Inclusionary Housing Homeownership program, HOU-3.04.VII.B. For-sale units.
Due to logistical issues, this meeting has been canceled and will be rescheduled in the next few weeks. PHB apologizes for any confusion or inconvenience. PHAC will still meet as scheduled on January 23.
Mayor Ted Wheeler will be joining the Committee for February's meeting in East Portland
Portland's Housing Bond January Newsletter
Mayor Ted Wheeler will be joining the Committee for the first meeting of 2018.
The site will be the first new construction project since adoption of Housing Bond Strategic Framework
Project reflects Oregon’s leadership in emerging wood products industry of Cross Laminated Timber
The new policy simplifies certification and reduces costs in affordable housing development.
The Portland Housing Bureau has released the first solicitation to acquire property and buildings under the affordable housing bond.
Come discuss economic development, social services, and housing needs in Portland, Gresham, and Multnomah County, and help local government prioritize resources for the 2018−2019 spending plan to address community needs.
City will begin accepting proposals for affordable housing development later this month
The Stakeholder Advisory Group has its last meeting on Wednesday, September 27
Join the N/NE Oversight Committee this Thursday to discuss the Legacy Property Project and to learn about a new Accessory Dwelling Unit program.
With keynote address by Derek Hyra, author of "Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City."
The public is invited to read and comment on the plan between now and September 23, 2017.
Mayor Wheeler will join the Stakeholder Advisory Group on Monday, July 31. The Bond Oversight Committee Meets August 2.
Recruitment is underway for the Portland Housing Advisory Commission and the newly announced Renter-Owner Services Advisory Commission.
‘Flood Insurance Savings Program’ Will Help Reduce Cost, Risk in Johnson Creek Floodplain
The meeting takes place Tuesday, June 6th at the Portland Housing Bureau. Public comment period ends June 9th.
The N/NE Community Oversight Committee meets Thursday, May 11, 2017
May 4, 2017 from 6 - 8:30pm
Selected proposals include rental and homeownership development projects.
A statement from the Portland Housing Bureau