CAPER 2021 and Community Needs Hearing

Public Hearing
Please register through the link in the event description. This will be a hybrid meeting, available through Zoom and at PHB. Please register even if you plan to attend in person.
3:00 pm 4:00 pm
Available Online

Purpose of the hearing

The annual Action Plan details the levels of funding available for the programs for the upcoming fiscal year with project-specific allocations and goals. Additionally, participating jurisdictions are required each year to evaluate and report on their performance for the previous year.

This hearing has a two-fold purpose:

  1. To conduct a hearing for CAPER 2021 and,
  2. To seek public input on the affordable housing and economic development needs of the jurisdiction for the upcoming Action plan for the FY 2023-24.

How to attend

The hearing will be held at Portland Housing Bureau (PHB) located at 1900 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 7007, Portland, OR 97201. While registering, indicate whether you will attend in person or will join us via Zoom. Please contact us at 503-823-2375 for additional information about attending in person.

Reasonable Accommodation

The City of Portland is committed to providing meaningful access. To request translation, interpretation, modifications, accommodations, or other auxiliary aids or services, contact 503-823-9313, or Relay: 711, at least five business days prior to the hearing.

CAPER Public Comment Period, November 8-23

The City of Portland’s CAPER for the 2021 program year on federally funded housing, economic, and public services activities will be available on our website Consolidated Plan/Action Plan Portland Consortium for public review and comments starting on Tuesday, Nov 8,  2022.

Public comments will be taken over a 15-day comment period ending on Wednesday, Nov 23, 2022. Physical copies will be made available upon request.

At the virtual hearing listed above, the City of Portland will accept public testimony on the performance of programs for low and moderate-income housing, programs serving the homeless and low to low-moderate-income people, and programs serving people with special needs.

For more information on the CAPER/Community Needs assessment for Action Plan or to submit written comments please contact:

Uma Krishnan

Meeting Materials

See more information on the Five-Year Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan.



Action Plan and Consolidated Plan - Main contact

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