2006 Oregon Spring Photo Gallery

See how HUD funds benefit your community.

[Photo 1: Public Housing in Newport and Salem]
Public Housing is an asset to many Oregon communities. Lincoln County Housing Authority showcases some of their elderly housing units (left), and Salem Housing Authority owns the family units shown on right.
[Photo 2: Midland Commons entrance]
Midland Commons is part of Portland/Multnomah County's 10-year plan to end chronic homelessness. Developed by Cascadia
[Photo 3: Midland Commons kitchen and hallway views]
Midland Commons is funded in part by our HOME Investment Partnerships Program, Shelter Plus Care and Section 8 Project-based rental assistance.
[Photo 4: Residents of The Bridge]
Residents of The Bridge celebrate the grand opening of their new Beaverton apartment complex, funded with HUD's Section 811 and HOME Investment Partnerships Programs.
[Photo 5: New Columbia]
The first housing units in Housing Authority of Portland's New Columbia development, a HOPE VI project, were occupied in 2005.
[Photo 6: House with FHA-insured mortgage]
FHA-insured mortgages made homeownership possible for about 5,000 households in Oregon in 2005. Nearly half of those were first-time homebuyers.
[Photo 7: Free tax filing clinic]
Tax credits can help working families save money for a downpayment
on a home. HUD and other community partners have joined the IRS
to sponsor free tax filing clinics.


Content Archived: August 28, 2014