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RSC sends recommendations related to Tenant Anti-Harassment Protections to City Council

The recommendations came together from a series of six meetings, including public testimony. The Rental Services Commission reviewed and discussed current anti-harassment protections, proposed anti-harassment policy concepts, and existing anti-harassment protections in other jurisdictions.

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The Rental Services Commission Wants to Hear from You

Join us for the RSC Listening Session on Wednesday, July 6, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm via Zoom.

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Housing Advisory Commissions Seeking New Members

Are you interested in influencing housing policies, strategies, and resources? PHB is now accepting applications for the Rental Services Commission (RSC) and the Fair Housing Advisory Committee (FHAC). Apply by July 10, 2022.

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RSC Recommendations to City Council for COVID Impacted Rental Housing Stabilization

The Rental Services Commission forwards our recommendations for the actions we believe City Council should take to address the significant impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the rental market.

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Housing Advisory Commissions Seeking New Members

Are you interested in influencing housing policies, strategies, and resources? PHB is now accepting applications for the Portland Housing Advisory Commission (PHAC) and the Rental Services Commission (RSC). Learn how to apply.

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Public Comment on Relocation Rules

The Portland Housing Bureau is releasing a second draft of technical changes to the Mandatory Relocation Assistance Exemption Eligibility and Approval Process administrative rules for public comment. Written comments or testimony must be received by November 8, 2019.

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