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Upcoming Opportunities for Involvement
Community Survey – We want to hear from you!!
Washington County and our incorporated city partners are seeking your input on your affordable housing needs, your household needs to achieve self-sufficiency and any experiences you’ve had with housing discrimination. We would love to hear from you to help inform where we target scarce federal dollars over the next 5 years. Please see the flyer below (English and Spanish version) and/or go to the following links for the survey:
Non-Housing Community Development Needs Assessment Questionnaire
*This questionnaire has closed.
One element of the Consolidated Planning process is the “Non-Housing Community Development Needs Questionnaire.” This data collection effort is targeted to NON-PROFIT SERVICE PROVIDERS AND CITY/COUNTY DEPARTMENTS who provide programs and projects serving persons with low incomes and special needs. The data collected from this effort is used to assess non-housing needs and identify goals and objectives for CDBG-funded activities (public facilities, infrastructure, public services and economic development).
December Consolidated Plan and Analysis of Impediments Community Kick-Off
On December 13th, 2018, Washington County, the City of Beaverton and the City of Hillsboro kicked off the Consolidated Plan/Analysis of Impediments planning process. This is an 18-month planning effort that will involve community partners and community members assessing community housing and development needs then setting actions and priorities for the coming five years (2020-2024). The day began with a panel discussion on Housing, Homelessness and Workforce/jobs. Experts in these fields spoke on what they saw as national, regional and/or local trends in the current landscape and what challenges and opportunities lay ahead. The audience participation was excellent. The following PowerPoint presentations were used as part of their respective sessions.