Northwest HUD Lines
July 2016

HUD e-Briefs from Alaska, Idaho, Oregon & Washington

Leland Jones, Editor

! ! ! HAPPY 240th ! ! !

Effective June 28th, HUD Idaho's office have moved to 1249 S Vinnell Way, Suite 108, in Boise. The new ZIP Code is 83709 but the phone number - 208/334-1990 - remains

Fulfilling the promise
Congratulations to the Spokane Tribe of Indians, one of nine communities chosen from among 82 applicants from 38 states as the last round of Promise Zones. Launched by the Obama Administration, the now 30 Promise Zones receive priority access to federal investments that further their strategic plans, federal staff on the ground to help them implement their goals, and five full-time AmeriCorps VISTA members to recruit and manage volunteers and strengthen the capacity of the Promise Zone initiatives. As a Promise Zone, the Tribe hopes to "increase quality of life and break the cycle of persistent poverty in the Tribe." By working with partners like the Spokane Tribal & Kootenai-Salish colleges, the local school district, Tribal police and Tribal housing, the Minnesota Partnership, the Tulalip Tribe Rural Community Assistance Corporation, USDA & HUD, the Tribe plans to create quality employment, spur economic development, improve educational opportunities, reduce violent crème and promote affordable housing. "As a former mayor from a city that includes a Promise Zone," said HUD Secretary Castro, "I know just how powerful" Promise Zone "collaborations are when it comes to building stronger, economically vital neighborhoods." Agriculture Secretary Vilsack whose agency selected the Spokane Tribe as a Zone added "through these partnerships, we are supporting jobs and economic opportunities that enable rural areas to thrive."

Ramping up for homeless vets
Congratulations, too, to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, Idaho Housing & Finance Association and the Boise, Pocatello, Eugene, Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Vancouver, Walla Walla, Central Oregon, Northeast Oregon and the Clackamas, Lincoln, Umatilla, Washington, Chelan, King, Skagit, Snohomish & Thurston county housing authorities for winning an additional 330 HUD Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing vouchers to provide permanent, affordable housing to homeless veterans in our region. Most of these organizations previously have received VASH vouchers, but we are pleased that the housing resources are now also available in Lincoln County, Oregon & Skagit County, Washington as a result of this funding round. We're also pleased that housing authorities in our region now have more than 5,000 HUD VASH vouchers representing an annual commitment of some $35 million available to support their efforts to end homelessness in their communities. We hope future funding rounds will continue to enhance their efforts.

HOME posts 2016 limits
HUD publishes fiscal year 2016 HOME Investment Partnership income & rent limits effective June 6th, 2016.

HUD has published a rule in The Federal Register proposing that housing authorities serving 31 specified metropolitan areas - including the Tacoma/Lakewood metro - be given the discretion to set Fair Market Rents for housing units receiving HUD rental assistance under the HUD Housing Choice Voucher program on the basis of ZIP Code-specific - and not area-wide - market conditions. Comments are due on August 15th. The Small Area Fair Market Rent rule, says HUD Secretary Castro, would give the authorities greater opportunities to target their HUD resources and would give assisted "household's greater choice to move into higher opportunity neighborhoods with better housing, better schools and higher paying jobs." Last year Harvard University social scientists reported that "children who moved to low-poverty neighborhoods when they were young are doing better as adults, with significantly higher earnings and a greater likelihood of having attended college" than children who don't move. Comments are due August 15th.

Honoring work well done
If you're the kind of person who reads Northwest HUDLines, we'd also like to believe you're the kind person who likes to do nice things for people. So, here's one idea. The Washington Housing Finance Commission has set a July 22nd deadline to submit nominations for 2016 Friends of Housing Awards. As you've probably guessed, the Awards honor a person's contributions to the cause of affordable housing and the people it serves. So, we're pretty sure there's a person or two out there that you know that you believe affordable housing & community development couldn't do without. So, what do you say? Why not nominate them for a 2016 Friends of Housing Award!

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation opens its Anchorage Housing Choice Voucher waiting list from July 1st through July 30th. . .Caldwell, Idaho - one of the newest HUD Community Development Block Grant entitlement communities - decides to use its first-year CDBG grant for façade renovation & housing for low- & moderate-income families reports Idaho Press Tribune. . .Yakima, Washington housing authority director Lowell Krueger, says KIT-AM, wants to use Marine armory - recently declared "Federal surplus property" by U.S. General Services Administration. . .Governor Inslee names cities of Shoreline, Duvall, Kenmore, Renton, Bellingham, Colfax & Spokane as winners of 2016 Smart Communities Awards for using "smart growth planning to smart growth planning and projects that contribute to thriving communities, a prosperous economy &sustainable infrastructure" in Washington State. . .Cities of Driggs & Tetonia, Idaho, taking "first steps," says Teton Valley News, to create housing authority. . .New group called The Home Fund, says Olympian, "lobbying leaders in Olympia, Lacey and Tumwater to support a property tax that would pay for more affordable housing in Thurston County". . .Housing Authority of Okanogan County hosts Affordable Housing Needs Town Hall in Omak, Washington. . .The Nez Perce Tribe in Idaho, Easter Seals & St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County in Oregon & Total Action Against Poverty, Workforce Development County of Snohomish County & Washington Department of Veterans Affairs awarded Homeless Veterans Reintegration grants from U.S. Department of Labor. . .City of Idaho Falls, Idaho begins exploring whether, at a cost of at least $60 million, expanding fiber-optic capacity to more homes & businesses is good investment says Idaho State Journal. . .Inland Northwest Fuller Center for Housing breaks ground for village of tiny houses - for families of up to 4 with kitchen & a bathroom - on Spokane, Washington parcel owned by Living Hope Community Church, reports Spokesman Review. . .Washington Housing Authority's new, 32-unit Nueva Vista now open to rent says KEPR-TV. . .As Catholic Social Services approaches its 60th anniversary of service in Anchorage Alaska, executive director Lisa Aquino tells KTUU that "one episode of bad luck, one medical emergency or family death can really wipe an individual or family out" and notes that, in 2015, its Brother Francis Shelter provided 97,936 nights of stay and served 69,902 dinners to thousands of people without a 2015 alone". . .Lower Columbia Community Action Program award, HOME Investment Partnership funds, says The Daily News, by City of Kelso, Washington to renovate up to seven homes owned by low-income residents. . .HUD appoints members of new Moving-to-Work Advisory Board to advise HUD on planned 7-year expansion of a program that promotes flexibility & innovation among the nation's public housing authorities. . .Washington Office of Rural Farmworker Housing's Bobbi Alseth & her parents attend grand opening of Sunnyside Housing Authority's new 40-unit Rainier Park affordable housing on the exact spot, says Daily Sun News, where she lived when she was a child. . .During just 20 minutes at Rotary Club of Port Townsend, Washington's annual charity auction $29,578 is raised for upgrades at Dove House domestic violence shelter says The Leader. . .For the next month, NeighborWorks Umpqua in Roseburg, Oregon is "taking the pulse of the community" and is looking for volunteers to help with its community impact statement from July 6th to August 5th.

Taking care of one's own
We sometimes want to believe that homelessness is a big-city problem. In fact, homelessness is everywhere, in communities big, small and everywhere in between. The good news is that - as demonstrated by the speed and effectiveness with which the Yakama Nation has put HUD VASH Vouchers to work - the commitment to ending it is just as "everywhere" too.

Seattle once again shows the way
The Seattle Housing Authority is one of just three organizations nationwide to win a 2016 HUD Secretary's Healthy Homes Award, presented at the annual conference of the annual conference of the National Environmental Health Association in San Antonio. Why did they win. Here's a clue - it relates to something each of us does about 5.6 million a year. Intrigued?

Large lessons from our largest state
Ever since Alaska entered the Union and displaced Texas as our nation's largest state, at least a few of us always worry just a bit about how someone from the Lone Star State will react the first time they touch ground in America's Last Frontier. One of the most recent Texans to do so is one of HUD's own, General Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public & Indian Housing Lourdes Castro Ramirez. Far from what nervous nellies like me might fear, she returned to Washington, D.C. enthralled. Read why.

A legacy that's a work in progress
On the last day of June hundreds of friends, colleagues and admirers of the late Bill Hobson gathered at Seattle City Hall to say one last farewell. One of the founders and the long-time executive director of the Downtown Emergency Service Center in Seattle, Washington, Bill was a revolutionary, turning the world of those who serve and advocate on behalf of the homeless upside down, merely by pointing-out the now obvious fact that encouraging, cajoling and persuading the chronically-homeless to come in off the streets isn't made easier, but harder, with each new obstacle put in their way. Some call his approach Housing First, others "no-strings-attached" and still others "low-threshold" housing. No matter the label, where it's been tried - Seattle, Anchorage, Fairbanks - it's worked. And now it's about to be tried in Juneau.

Executive director Michael Mirra & his colleagues at the Tacoma Housing Authority are in a pretty celebratory mood these days. For good reason. In June two families signed the closing documents to purchase single-family home number 214 & 215 in New Salishan, a vibrant, mixed-income neighborhood developed by the Authority– with assistance from HUD's now-defunct HOPE VI public housing revitalization program - to replace acres upon acres of dilapidated public housing built in World War II. "So, what's the big deal about closing on two single-family homes?" you might ask. Not much except that they mark the final milestone, the culmination of a 15-year, $300 million project that might, says Mirra, "one of the largest redevelopments of its kind west of the Mississippi." Sounds like something worth celebrating to us! Matt Driscoll of The News Tribune tells the whole story.

The City of Portland has won $1,283,497 in funds from HUD & the Department of Justice to provide rental assistance and supportive services and permanent housing to 14 households with members who are living with AIDS and who are the victims of domestic/dating/stalking violence. The City will partner with the Cascade AIDS Project as well and Bradley Angle in a $9.2 million national demonstration project based on a Federal interagency working group to determine how communities can help "low-income individuals with HIV/AIDS who have survived domestic violence secure the vital services they need to reclaim their lives and restore their futures," explained Attorney General Lynch. In addition to Portland, projects also were competitively funded in Los Angeles, San Joe, Kansas City Orleans, New York, Washington D.C. & Troy, New York. "Every person, especially those fighting the effects of HIV/AIDS or looking to escape an abusive situation," said HUD Secretary Castro, "deserves to live in a safe and stable environment."

Portland City Council unanimously adopts, says Oregon Public Broadcasting, construction excise tax - one percent on the permitted value of a residential or commercial construction project - to generate up to $12 million a year to support affordable housing. . .LIHI - the Low Income Housing Institute - celebrate grand opening of The Marion West, 20 units of affordable housing for homeless young people & 20 units for low-wage workers entering the workforce as well as new, expanded home of University Food Bank. . .Alaska Veterans Foundation moving forward, says Dispatch, with plans for "cabin village" for homeless veterans in Eklutna area of Anchorage. . .FHA institutes steps to encourage purchasers of severely distressed FHA-insured mortgages to offer qualified borrowers principal reductions and relief from "payment shock" as well as encouraging non-profit and local government participation in its Distressed Asset Stabilization Program. . .Vancouver, Washington City Council votes unanimously, says Columbian, to place 7-year, $42 million property tax levy to support affordable housing on November, 2016 ballot. . .WeCount launches first on-line peer-to-peer donation service where person, says KING5, "in need of a service and a different individual is able to provide the product they desire". . .Kay Murano takes the helm from Cindy Algeo as executive director of the Spokane Low Income Housing Consortium. . .The Oregon Opportunity Network names James Brook of the Portland Housing Bureau as its new executive director effective June 1st . . .SideWalks to open new veterans outreach center in Lacey in July, says The Olympian. . .Boise/Ada County Housing Authority developing plans for 50 units complex in Whitewater Park area to, executive director Deanna Watson tells Idaho Statesman, "replenish some of the supply that's turning into non-affordable housing". . .RealtyTrac analysis of some 2.1 million homes concludes that "homes owned by single men on average are valued 10 percent more and have appreciated $10,112 (16 percent) more since purchase than homes owned by single women". . .Housing Works offers 8,300 square-feet of ground floor retail space at Putnam Pointe apartment building in downtown Bend, Oregon for sale, says The Bulletin, with proceeds expected to be used for upgrades of other Housing Works affordable housing projects. . .Snohomish County Human Services Department tells Everett Herald that Sebastian Place, 20 units of affordable housing for homeless veterans in Lynnwood, Washington set to open in July. . .USDA & Interior Department award more than $13.9 million for 11 WaterSmart Water & Efficiency projects in Idaho, Oregon & Washington. . .Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's Vulcan Philanthropy donates $1 million to Compass Housing Alliance of Seattle, Washington to build 13 steel modular units for the homeless - the first in the country - for homeless in Columbia City area says Seattle Times. . .HACSA & Sponsors break ground on $10 million permanent, affordable housing complex in Eugene, Oregon, says Jefferson Public Radio, "for people who've completed transitional housing who are stable, who are able to self-finance their own rents but for a variety of reasons can't get into decent housing, primarily because of their criminal history. . .Washington Office of Rural Farmworker Housing's Bobbi Alseth & her parents attend grand opening of Sunnyside Housing Authority's new 40-unit Rainier Park affordable housing on the exact spot, says Daily Sun News, where she lived when she was a child. . .Seattle/King County tells KING5 that rising land costs have priced them out of new construction & will now focus on renovating existing homes. . .Idaho Housing & Finance Association, Open Door Counseling of Hillsboro, Oregon, Community Connections of Northeast Oregon, in La Grande, the Yamhill County Housing Authority, the Native American Youth & Family Center (NAYA) in Portland, & Washington State Housing Finance Commission awarded total of $623,000 in HUD housing counseling funds.

"The hard work of craftsmanship is getting the money," you've probably heard some of your colleagues complain. "The easy part's giving it away." We agree. Sort of. Consider, after all, the position Candy Solovjovs, director of programs for the Meyer Memorial Trust out of Portland, Oregon finds herself in just about now. As you may know, the Trist is a longstanding and generous supporter of good causes in general, affordable housing and community development in particular. After an almost year-long "re-tooling" of its programmatic focus, the Trust issued a request for funding applications, expect to make some $11 million in awards this spring. Apparently, a lot of organizations seemed to have liked what the re-tooling accomplished. In a recent blog Candy, quite graciously, calls the demand "robust." Personally, I'd call it a good reason to flee the country. In any event, as you, we hope, relax and enjoy a delightful summer ahead, but that you'll every so often think of Candy and the not-quite-so-delightful summer she's having, making hard choices between lots of good ideas from very good organizations. Sometimes, it turns out, the giving is harder than the getting.

Helping communities prevent & end homelessness
HUD has set a September 14th deadline to apply for fiscal year 2016 Continuum of Care funding to provide services to homeless people through some 8,000 projects that are part of some 300 local Continuums across the country. At some $1.9 billion, HUD's Continuum of Care program is the largest competitive funding program administered by HUD. For more, visit FR-6000-N-25.

Helping rural communities identify & meet their needs
USDA has set a July 22nd deadline to submit applications for an anticipated 25 grants under its Rural Community Development Initiative. The Initiative awards grants" of between $50,000 & $250,000 "to "intermediary organizations that will provide financial and technical assistance to recipients to develop their capacity and ability to undertake projects related to housing, community facilities, or community and economic development that will support the community." Winners are expected to provide a local match equivalent at least to the amount awarded by USDA. Eligible applicants include state, local & tribal governments, non- and for-profit organizations, public housing authorities, special districts & institutions of higher education. USDA expects to award $4 million under the Initiative this year.

Serving the under-served in rural communities
USDA also has set an August 1st deadline to apply electronically & August 5th by paper for a total of $3 million in Socially Disadvantaged Groups Grant funds. The grants of up to $175,000 each to provide "technical assistance to Socially-Disadvantaged Groups in rural areas." Eligible applicants include cooperatives, groups of cooperatives &cooperative development centers. USDA is encouraging applications "that direct grants to projects based in or serving census tracts with poverty rates greater than or equal to 20 percent."

Planning for a clean sweep & fresh start
The Environmental Protection Agency has set August 10th as the deadline to apply for at total of $4 million in Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Grants. The program supports communities in developing "area-wide plan for brownfields assessment, cleanup and subsequent reuse" that are focused on one or more "catalyst, high-priority" brownfields sites a specific project area, such as a neighborhood, downtown, business or arts district, a local commercial or industrial corridor, a community waterfront, one or more city blocks." EPA anticipates awarding 20 such grants of up to $200,000 each this year.

Putting the "art" in community development
The National Endowment for the Arts has set September 12th as the deadline to apply for 2017 Our Town funding awards. The competition funds arts engagement, cultural planning, & design projects by non-profit organizations "that help to transform communities into lively, beautiful, and resilient places with the arts at their core" through "creative placemaking" that engages "artists, arts organizations, and community development practitioners" in deliberately integrating "arts and culture into community revitalization work." Among other things, Our Town grants do not fund the creation of new organizations, funding directly to individuals or the construction or acquisition of facilities. Our Town grants range from $25,000 to $200,000.

HUD & Department of Justice award $1.3 million each in Pay for Success funding to Housing First projects in Anchorage, Alaska & Eugene/Springfield, Oregon to help recently-incarcerated. Vancouver, Washington City Council votes unanimously, says Columbian, to place 7-year, $42 million property tax levy to support affordable housing on November, 2016 ballot. . .Hacienda Community Development Corporation of Portland, Oregon names Gloria Guerrero of San Antonio and a founder of National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders, as its new executive director. . .It's unlikely it will be all smooth sailing early on, says Seattle Times, but King County moving in July to coordinated entry assessment protocol to better serve County's homeless. . .Housing Kitsap unveils plans, says North Kitsap Herald, for 92-units of new housing - 42 single-family homes, 50 market-rate apartments & 26 affordable units - on land it owns near Olympia College campus in Poulsbo, Washington. . Multnomah County & Portland, Oregon, says County Commissioner Kafoury, approve formation of joint office of homeless services that will open its doors July 1stt. . .For the 6th year in a row Shoshone, Paiute, &Bannock people gather for the annual Return of the Boise V Alley People to honor their ancestors & to pray at Eagle Rock, an area from which they were forced to relocated because, says Indian Country Today, of a housing development built in the 1990's over their opposition. . .Washington Department of Ecology awards $109 million in state clean water funds, most of which - $96 million - will go to 26 wastewater treatment projects, including 9 in communities facing hardships like Concrete, Dayton, Oak Harbor, Peshastin, Sequim, Sprague, Toppenish & Tukwila. . .Housing Works says Bend Bulletin to break ground in July for Cook Crossing, 48 units of affordable housing for the elderly in Redmond, Oregon. . .Smart Asset lists top cities for growth - i.e., price increase - and stability - probability of sustaining a large decline in price within 10 years of purchase - with Anchorage, Alaska ranking 16th & Corvallis, Oregon ranking 24th among top 30 of 384 markets surveyed. The Peninsula Housing Authority in Port Angeles, Washington completes 9 more USDA self-help housing units, says Peninsula Daily News, & now has 78 under its belt. . .During just 20 minutes at Rotary Club of Port Townsend, Washington's annual charity auction $29,578 is raised for upgrades at Dove House domestic violence shelter says The Leader. . .HUD awards more than $200,000 to housing authorities serving Portland, Seattle, Vancouver & Pierce County for going "above and beyond" in their efforts to end veteran homelessness under the HUD Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program. . .Yakima Valley Council of Governments, says The Herald, okays one-year rental vouchers for "more than 30" chronically-homeless people living in encampment & also okays Yakima Neighborhood Health's conversion of former laundromat into 24-hour facility where homeless can take showers & wash clothes. . .Congrats to King County Housing Authority on grand opening of Vantage Point, affordable housing for the elderly in Renton, Washington.

The affordable housing gap widens
So, what happens when Home Forward, the housing authority of Portland, Oregon, opens up its voucher waiting list for "a dozen subsidized housing properties in the Portland area?" It receives, reports Oregon Public Broadcasting, more than 6,000 applications in just the first 24 hours

The June28th, 2016 edition of To The Point's entitled "Evicted & the Growing Rental Crisis," which takes a look at the current "eviction epidemic" caused by rising rents and "flat-lined incomes." Once on the merry-go-round, it seems, it's virtually impossible for many to get off. Compelling radio.

Housing tax levies - Vancouver's considering one. So too Thurston County, Portland & Spokane. But do they work in preserving & producing affordable housing. "Absolutely!", says Washington State Housing Finance Commission's Kim Herman in his latest issue of My Way in which he - and some other friends of affordable housing - take a look at existing levies in Seattle & Bellingham in the latest issue of My View.

Fare well, friend
Since 2008, reports The Portland Tribune, eight manufactured housing parks have closed in Oregon and no new parks have been built in recent years. "I would suspect that you're going to see a lot more closures for a lot of reasons," Terry McDonald, executive director of St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County tells Steve Law of the Tribune. "If we ignore this reservoir of affordable housing," he adds, "we do so at the larger society's peril." The Portland Tribune." See why.

"It's the only way," Williams said. "This is not warehousing. This is a home where people at their lowest point in life live for several months — no shuttling around — and rebuild. I've been to San Antonio five times. Ninety-two percent of the people who leave 'Haven' graduate to go to jobs and housing. It's that effective." - Portland developer in June 14, 2016 Oregonian editorial "A giant homeless compound by the river?" on proposal by Mr Williams and his partner Dixie Dame to build "one-stop shop" on city-owned riverfront property for up to 1,400 homeless seeking housing& services similar to one in operation in San Antonio since 2010.

Documents & data drops of interest
HUD publishes final Tribal Government-to-Government Consultation Policy in Federal Register. . .Washington State Housing Finance Commission sets July 22nd deadline to submit nominations for the 2016 Friends of Housing Awards that will be presented at the Housing Washington Conference in Tacoma in October. . .Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development issues report on "exciting potential to bring the benefits of solar energy to low-income households" in Puget Sound. . .HUD posts Next Steps for Projects Not Renewed in the FY 2015 CoC Program Competition guidance. . .EPA sets August 10th deadline to apply for some $4 million in Brownfields Areawide Planning Grants. . .HUD posts report on what its Section 3 program did from 2012 to 2015 to connect low income Americans with economic opportunity. . .HUD posts "early returns" from survey of 6,000 in 28 metropolitan areas participating in "rigorous" study of what works - and what doesn't - in homebuyer education & housing counseling. . .Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issues supervision report that finds "some mortgage servicers continue to use failed technology that has already harmed consumers, putting the company in violation of the" Bureau's "new servicing rules.". . .HUD launches Lead-Free Housing, Lead-Free Kids Toolkit to, says HUD Secretary Castro, "better ensure children and their families have a safe, healthy place to call home."

Foraker Group sets July 1st deadline to apply for its 2016 Certificate in Non-Profit Management course. . .The U.S. Department of Labor sets July 6th deadline to apply for YouthBuild grants of up to $1.1 million each. . .The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System sets July 11th deadline to apply to serve on its Community Advisory Council. . .Alaska Housing Finance Corporation sets July 12th deadline to submit required pre-applications for GOAL - Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living - funding competition. . .HUD sets July 18th deadline to submit comments on proposed rule requiring installation of broadband technology in HUD-assisted housing at the time of construction or rehabilitation. . .HUD sets July 19th deadline to apply for Community Compass Technical Assistance & Capacity Building funds. . .Washington State Housing Finance Commission sets July 22nd deadline to submit your nominations for the 2016 Friends of Housing Awards. . .USDA Rural Utilities Service sets July 22nd deadline to apply for total of $4 million through Rural Community Development Initiative. . .Comments on HUD's proposed rule to revise Indian Housing Block Grant funding formula due August 1st. . .HUD sets August 1st deadline to submit comments on a proposed rule improving and clarifying current regulations governing the allocation formula for its Indian Housing Block Grant . program. . .USDA sets August 1st to apply electronically & August 5th to apply by paper for $3 million in Socially Disadvantaged Groups Grant funds. . .EPA sets August 10th deadline to apply for Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Grants of up to $200,000 each. . .HUD sets August 15th deadline to submit comments on proposed Small Area Fair Market Rent rule. . .National Endowment for the Arts sets September 12th to apply for Our Town "creative placemaking" funds. . .HUD has set September 14th as the deadline to apply for a total of $1.9 billion in Continuum of Care funding to support efforts to prevent & end homelessness.

HUD Washington hosts Federal Labor Standards & Davis-Bacon workshop, July 1st, Spokane, Oregon. Visit

King County Office of Civil Rights hosts Reasonable Accommodations & Modifications for Residents with Disabilities workshop, July 6th, Seattle. Visit

Washington State Housing Finance Commission hosts Tax Credit Advanced workshop, July 13th, Seattle, Washington. Visit

HUD Oregon hosts Project-Based Voucher Workshop, July 14th, Portland, Oregon. Visit

HUD Oregon hosts Workshop on HUD's Equal Access Rule for Continuum of Care, Emergency Shelter Grant & HOPWA Grantees, July 15th, Portland, Oregon. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Trends & Hot Topics in Fair Housing workshop, July 19th, Redmond, Oregon. Visit

Northwest Community Development Institute, July 18th to 22nd, Boise, Idaho. Visit

U.S. Department of Energy, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians & Bonneville Power Administration host Tribal Energy Economic Impact Tools Training Workshop, July 19th, Portland, Oregon. Visit

Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association holds Inclusionary Zoning Webinar-Affordable Housing Silver Bullet or Trojan Horse, July 26th, on-line. Visit

Native American Indian Housing Council hosts NTCCP /NAHASDA Low Income Housing Tax Credits Workshop, July 26th to 28th, Tulalip, Washington. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Qualifying Households - A HUD Occupancy workshop, July 26th, Salem, Oregon. Visit

HUD Oregon hosts Basics of Fair Housing workshop, July 27th, Portland, Oregon. Visit

CASA of Oregon hosts Farmworkers Housing Conference, July 27th to 29th, Hood River, Oregon. Visit

HUD Oregon hosts Basics of Fair Housing workshop, July 27th, Portland, Oregon. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Education Express A Four Topic Training in No Time at Al!, August 9th, Grants Pass, Oregon. Visit

King County Office of Civil Rights hosts Fair Housing Basics for Maintenance Personnel Workshop, August 10th, Seattle, Washington. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Education Express A Four Topic Training in No Time at All!, August 10th, Salem, Oregon. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Education Express A Four Topic Training in No Time at All! August 12th, La Grande, Oregon. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Trends & Hot topics in Fair Housing workshop, August 16th, Roseburg, Oregon. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Trends & Hot topics in Fair Housing workshop, August 17th, Grants Pass, Oregon. Visit

Washington Housing Finance Commission hosts Tax Credit Fundamentals workshop, August 19th, Moses Lake, Washington. Visit

Washington State Housing Finance Commission hosts Tax Credit Fundamentals workshop, August 19th, Vancouver, Washington. Visit

Oregon AHMA hosts Trends & Hot topics in Fair Housing workshop, August 30th, La Grande, Oregon. Visit


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