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Housing Resources

Planning to fulfill the housing needs of all Oregonians is more crucial than ever. Goal 10 provides planning guidelines for addressing the housing needs of local communities.

Related OARs: 660-007, 660-008, 660-039

Housing Choices: House Bills 2001

HB 2001 (2019) aims to provide Oregonians with more housing choices, especially housing choices more people can afford. The new law lets people build certain traditional housing types, like duplexes, in residential zones. These housing types already exist in most cities but were outlawed for decades in many neighborhoods.

More information about House Bill 2001 (2019)

Housing Supply: House Bill 2003

HB 2003 (2019) aims to improve local housing production strategies. The law requires medium and large cities to study the future housing needs of their residents and to develop strategies to make sure that housing is produced. The bill also directs the Oregon Housing and Community Services Department to look at what housing needs exist for the next 20 years in each region of the state and for all income levels, and to examine how those needs can be met.

More information about House Bill 2003 (2019)

Oregon Housing Needs Analysis

As directed by the 2021 Oregon Legislature, the Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) has begun work in partnership with Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) to modernize how local cities and counties plan for housing in a manner that results in more affordable, fair, and equitable housing outcomes.

More information about OHNA

If you would like to receive email updates on general DLCD housing work, sign up to the Housing GovDelivery list.

Reporting for Housing

House Bill 4006 (2018) requires all cities with a population greater than 10,000 to report annually on housing production. DLCD provides an online portal for cities to use to comply with this reporting requirement. Additionally, House Bill 2003 (2019) requires all cities that are larger than 10,000 to complete a survey prior to the completion of a housing production strategy. More detailed information on reporting requirements and deadlines, as well as helpful resources, can be found on the Reporting for Housing page.



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