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Housing -- Oregon -- Washington County, Housing policy -- Oregon -- Washington County, Low-income housing -- Oregon


The Washington County Consolidated Housing Plan estimates a need for 14,000 housing units affordable to low and very low-income households. This project was developed to create an initial strategy for meeting that need. It provides 30 specific recommendations for Washington County to enable it to take action in the coming years. As the plan notes, there is no single action that will suffice. The County can make progress towards meeting the challenge posed by its affordable housing crisis by leveraging the proposed recommendations with each other.


Client: Washington County Housing Authority and Washington County Department of Land Use and Transportation

This project was conducted under the supervision of Ethan Seltzer, Susan Hartnett, Marisa Zapata, Andree Tremoulet and Lisa Bates.


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