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Implementing Oregon’s Housing Production Strategy

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October 26, 2023  

Implementing Oregon’s Housing Production Strategy

Passed in 2019 amid a growing affordability crisis, Oregon’s House Bill 2003 requires cities with a population of more than 10,000 to prepare and implement a Housing Production Strategy (HPS) based on current and projected housing demand. According to the statute and subsequent regulations issued by the state Department of Land Conservation and Development, the HPS must have a list of specific actions the city will take to meet the housing need, an implementation schedule, and the estimated impact of these strategies including the number of housing units likely to be produced, their tenure type, and income and demographic groups being served. The strategies can include financial, regulatory, or other incentives. HB 2003 also requires the state to develop a methodology for preparing a future housing needs assessment at the regional level.

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