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Equity and Housing Advisory Group

We’ve formed an Equity and Housing Advisory Group with leaders from government, community, finance, philanthropy and real estate development sectors. This group will provide direction to the project team as priorities and recommendations are developed and vetted.

This advisory group will help us advance our commitment to race and social equity in all aspects of the project, from decision-making and community engagement, to addressing racial disparities in displacement and fair housing.

This group will provide direction on community engagement strategies so the process is informed by the priorities of low-income households and communities of color. This includes how to disburse grants for community engagement.

Through a Community Grants Program, we are funding community-based organizations that work with low-income households and communities of color. A large grant is funding the Community Alliance of Tenants (CAT) to lead a SW Corridor Community Building Project; engaging low-income tenants, building public awareness of the project, and developing policy recommendations informed by community-based research. Small grants to other community-based organizations will allow them to participate in the strategy development through the advisory group and directly engage their constituents in the project.

Project Partners

1,000 Friends of Oregon

City of Tigard

Community Alliance of Tenants*

Community Housing Fund

Community Partners for Affordable Housing*

Enterprise Community Partners


Housing Authority of Washington County


Meyer Memorial Trust

Muslim Educational Trust*

Network of Oregon Affordable Housing

OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon*

Portland State University


Turtle Island Development


Winkler Development

* Recipient of a community grant