The Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) released a Request for Interest (RFI) on October 23, 2017, seeking opportunities to acquire land or existing residential buildings of twenty units or more.
Portland voters approved Portland’s Housing Bond in 2016, authorizing the City to issue up to $258.4 million in general obligation bonds for the development or acquisition of affordable housing. PHB expects to build and purchase a minimum of 1,300 housing units with these funds. Property owners, their representatives, and developers may now begin submitting proposals for Portland’s Housing Bond.
Read the full article on Portland’s website.
2017 Racial Equity Forum – Portland Housing Bureau
New Song Community Center, 220 NE Russell Street, Portland, OR 97212
Tuesday, September 12 2017, 8:30AM-11:30AM
Learn about the Portland Housing Bureau’s efforts to eliminate race-based disparities in housing programs and projects.
Featuring Special Guest, Derek Hyra, Author of “Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City”
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The Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) invites you to join us on September 12, 2017 for our Annual Racial Equity Forum to learn about our efforts to eliminate race-based disparities in housing programs and projects. This year’s program will include a review of PHB policies and the impact they have had on the diversity within PHB’s housing portfolio, as well as a keynote address from special guest speaker Derek Hyra, Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs at American University. Professor Hyra’s research focuses on processes of neighborhood change, with an emphasis on housing, metropolitan politics, and race. He is the author of Race, Class and Politics in the Cappuccino City.
If you have any questions about this event or need to request an accommodation, contact Kim McCarty at 503-823-5312.