Apply to join the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Advisory Committee - Applications open through Jan 31, 2021
The Affordable Housing Trust Fund Advisory Committee is seeking a member representing housing and population advocates (such as housing consumers, Human Rights Commission members, or housing advocates).
The objective of the committee is to advise City of Eugene staff on:
Development of goals, resource allocation, and programs related to the use of monies in the Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF).
Specific project proposals to be supported by Affordable Housing Trust Fund resources.
Overall committee membership consists of nine members, representing a wide variety of experiences and backgrounds. Three members will be at-large; three members with planning, housing development, or other related experience (such as mortgage lender, home builder, realtor); and three members will include housing and population advocates (such as housing consumer, Human Rights Commission member, or housing advocate). Some members may represent multiple perspectives, depending on their backgrounds.
The committee meets four times a year (twice in the spring, twice in the fall) with additional meetings scheduled as needed.
Below is information about the Construction Excise tax, the advisory committee, and the application:
Applications are being accepted January 4, 2022 – January 31, 2022. For questions, please contact Laura Hammond (541-682-5416).
Role of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Advisory Committee
The role of Affordable Housing Trust Fund Advisory Committee is to advise City of Eugene staff on:
Development of goals, resource allocation, and programs related to the use of monies in the Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF)
Specific project proposals to be supported by the Affordable Housing Trust Fund resources
The Advisory Committee will work on the goals set within the City Ordinance. Potential focus areas include:
Expand the supply of new affordable housing
Direct assistance to renters and homebuyers
More information to come.
Information about the next meeting will be posted when it becomes be available. Previous Affordable Housing Trust Fund work plans, agendas, and meeting materials may be found in the folders below by year.
If you would like to be kept informed about the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, please sign up to join the list for interested parties. Information including notifications of meetings, events, committee recruitment, and participation opportunities will be delivered to your inbox.
July 12, 2021 City County Work Session
2021 Program Review for Construction Excise Tax / Affordable Housing Trust Fund