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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Housing Bureau

Solving the unmet housing needs of the people of Portland.

Phone: 503-823-2375

fax: 503-823-2387

421 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 500, Portland, OR 97204

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Rental Services

The Portland Housing Bureau's Rental Services Office is responsible for data analysis, policy development, and contracting for services related to fair housing and landlord-tenant law. In addition, PHB's Rental Services Office staff provide support to the City’s Rental Services Commission and Fair Housing Advocacy Committee, the volunteer appointed bodies providing public input on policies and services related to fair housing and landlord-tenant law.

PHB's Rental Services Office provides services, information, and referrals in the areas of (1) education and outreach (2) legal services and (3) policy and planning. These services include, but are not limited to: landlord-tenant education, referrals for fair housing and landlord-tenant legal assistance, fair housing testing, emergency referral services, and emergency relocation assistance for health and habitability issues. 

For translation or interpretation, please call 503-823-1303
TTY at 503-823-6868 or Oregon Relay Service at 711

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PHB's Rental Services Office


Phone: 503-823-1303    Fax: 503-865-3260 

Open: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Office Hours:
9 - 11 AM and 1 - 4 PM 
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Office and Mailing Address
PHB Rental Services Office
421 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 500 
Portland, OR 97204

Rental Services Commission

Meet the Commissioners, find meeting materials and join the mailing list to stay up-to-date on landlord-tenant issues

Mandatory Renter Relocation Assistance

Learn about Portland’s rules around no cause evictions, rent increases over 10% and changes to lease terms

Rent Stabilization

Every September 30, the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis (OEA) will publish the maximum annual rent increase percentage for the following calendar year. Click here to learn more about the statute passed by the State of Oregon in February 2019

Search for Rentals

OneApp Oregon offers a new way to search for rentals

Paying Rent and Utilities

Connect with local non-profits to learn about rent and utility payment assistance programs

Overcoming Rent Denials

Connect with local organizations to learn about overcoming rent denials

Contracts and Solicitations

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