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About Us: Housing Stability Council
Mission Statement
"To provide leadership in, and review and set policy for, the development and financing of affordable housing throughout the state of Oregon."
Organization
Annual Performance Measures

Established in 1971 and formerly known as the Oregon State Housing Council. The Council was renamed "Oregon Housing Stability Council" by the Oregon Legislature in 2016. The nine-member Council is charged with meeting the tremendous need for the provision of affordable housing for lower income Oregonians. The Council members are appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by the Senate under ORS 171.562 and 171.565
 
Power and Duties
Pursuant to ORS 456.555 (5)(a)(b)(c), the Oregon State Housing Stability Council shall, with the advice of the Director of Oregon Housing and Community Services, set policy and approve or disapprove rules and standards for programs, and approve or disapprove loans and grants, and carry out the provisions of ORS 456.567; and ORS 456.571.
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