Housing Policy Board
Role of the Housing Policy Board
The Intergovernmental Housing Policy Board (HPB) acts as a forum for public input into the community issues related to affordable housing. It reviews low-income housing issues and makes policy, funding, and other recommendations regarding affordable housing to Eugene and Lane County governments. The mission of the HPB is to increase the availability of decent, affordable housing for low and very low income families and individuals in Lane County. To learn more about the Housing Policy Board's Work Plan, click the following Link: Housing Policy Board's FY18 Work Plan.
Current HPB Members
Meetings are typically the first Monday of each month:
The next Housing Policy Board meeting is scheduled for November 5, 2018. Meeting materials will be posted online prior to the meeting. The most recent Housing Policy Board meeting was held on October 1, 2018 and the board packet is available for review.
Lane County is offering up to $1.5 million in grants to increase supportive and affordable housing. An information session will be held October 22, 2018 and proposals are due December 3, 2018. Additional information is available Opens a New Window. .
May 30, 2018, City Council Work Session
Housing Tools and Strategies
April 9, 2018, Eugene City Council Work Session
Local Options for Affordable Housing Funding Through Senate Bill 1533
Affordable Housing Trust Fund (PowerPoint Presentation)
Housing Policy Board work plans, agendas and meeting materials can be found in the folders below by year.
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