Metro-area voters recently approved a $652.8 million general obligation bond, a proactive measure to address the shortage of affordable housing within Metro’s urban growth boundary. The bond allows our region the opportunity to invest in the development of new housing resources for some of our most vulnerable and historically marginalized residents.
Metro-wide goals for the bond funds include:
From: Beth Byrne, Public and Government Affairs, 503-742-4353
Media and Interested Parties
Clackamas County’s Board of County Commissioners and Budget Committee are accepting proposals for funding between Oct. 15 and Nov. 19 to support $1.2 million in innovative and sustainable affordable housing solutions. This funding is an investment in private and public partnerships and will continue annually to develop housing capacity and year-to-year continuity for those in need.
Speak with the project team and other community members about what you would like to see come out of the master plan process.