Affordable Housing and      Rehabilitation Programs

Request for Proposals

2018 Housing Request for Proposals

The cities of Eugene and Springfield will consider the use of federal HOME Investment Partnership program funds for five proposals for affordable housing. In addition to HOME funds, the City of Eugene offered a city-owned property at 1505-1525 River Road through the RFP. Please click on the links below to see the proposals.

  • Homes for Good Housing Agency has requested $900,000 to build 51 units for permanent supportive housing for households experiencing homelessness in the Harlow Neighborhood at 2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Eugene. 
  • Homes for Good Housing Agency has requested $950,000 to build 53 units at 250 S. 67th Street in Springfield to be targeted to very low and extremely low income households including units for persons with HIV/AIDS and other special needs populations.

1505-1525 River Road proposals:

  • Cornerstone Community Housing requested $817,114 to build 61 units targeted to low, very low and extremely low income households including units set aside for victims of domestic violence.
  • Northwest Real Estate Community Corp requested $500,000 to build 50 units targeted to low and very low income households including units set aside for victims of domestic violence, veterans, and households experiencing homelessness.
  • St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, Inc. requested $725,000 to build 53 units targeted to very low and extremely low income households including units set aside for victims of domestic violence.

Evaluation Committee Meetings

An Evaluation Committee will review and score the proposals and forward scores to the Eugene City Council and Eugene-Springfield Governing Board to make the final funding decisions. Public hearings will be conducted at two Evaluation Committee meetings:

  • The first meeting to evaluate the proposals by Homes for Good 
    • Wednesday, December 12, 2:30- 5 p.m.
    • Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Conference Room, 225 5th Avenue, Springfield. 
  • The second meeting to evaluate the proposals for the city-owned property on River Road
    • Friday, December 14, 2:30- 5 p.m. 
    • Atrium Building, Sloat 1st floor conference room, 99 W. 10th Avenue, Eugene.

Written comments will be accepted until 12 p.m. noon on December 12. Comments can be sent to Ellen Meyi-Galloway, 99 West 10th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon, 97401.

For more information, call 541-682-5532 or email Ellen Meyi-Galloway.

Proposals must include all required components to be eligible for review (RFP, Application, and Proforma.) There are also Reference materials. This RFP is an open, competitive process to award available resources based upon satisfaction of the described criteria. The RFP Amendment related to resources is also available.

Creating Stable, Safe Housing for Eugene Residents

The City of Eugene seeks to create a range of stable, safe, and affordable housing opportunities for area residents through a suite of funding, programs, and supportive policies. Eugene programs provide financial and regulatory incentives for the development of permanent, transitional and emergency housing by primary nonprofit partner organizations. City programs are guided through the Eugene-Springfield 2015 Consolidated Plan. Through the investments of the City of Eugene and many other organizations, our community has created over 3400 units of permanent affordable housing.

Affordable Housing Development

Housing Development programs includes funding for acquisitions, new construction, rehabilitation, and project-related soft costs.  Eugene awards funds in this category through an annual Housing Request for Proposals. Subsidies for development include land, HOME Investment Partnership Program funds, system development charge waivers, and property tax exemptions. Regulatory incentives include density bonuses and reduction of parking requirements. Projects receiving funds include small developments for special need populations as well as medium sized affordable housing development. 

Rental Rehabilitation Revolving Loan Program

In addition to adding units, efforts are needed to preserve existing rental and ownership housing for low-income persons. Through the federal CDBG program, Eugene operates a low interest Rental Rehabilitation Revolving Loan Program with CDBG funds for rental rehabilitation and owner rehabilitation units.


Capital Grants for Emergency and Transitional Housing Facilities

This program provides grants for acquisition or rehabilitation of facilities for nonprofit organizations that provide serves for low-income persons. Such facilities include emergency and transitional housing for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. These Human Service Capital Facility Improvement grants are offered through a Request for Proposals when funds are available.

Resources for Residents

The City of Eugene offers a suite of housing resources available to community members.