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Public Housing Program

For reasonable accommodations, contact 504 Coordinator Rich Malloy at 503-650-3128.

All wait lists are now closed.

If you recently applied to a wait list, you will receive an email confirming your status on or around May 1. The email will tell you if you were randomly selected for a wait list or not. Please do not call our office to verify status.

If you are already on the wait list, you can check your status online. After May 1, all wait lists will be updated.

HACC owns and maintains 545 units of public housing. Ranging from single family homes to multi-family apartments; our housing is located throughout the County. HACC has three housing "parks".

Two are located in Oregon City and one in Milwaukie. The two in Oregon City include a 100 unit housing park called Oregon City View Manor and a 99-unit housing park called Clackamas Heights. The third park in Milwaukie known as Hillside Park consists of 100 units of housing. Additionally, HACC owns another 145 units which are scattered throughout the County and a 100-unit nine-story highrise located within Milwaukie's Hillside Park, referred to as Hillside Manor, is exclusively for the elderly and persons with disabilities.

HACC also has many programs for residents including a Head Start center, a Career and Learning Center, sports and recreation activities, entrepreneurial experience, mentorship programs, crime prevention efforts, summer day camp, and service coordination for families including seniors, disabled and non-English speaking people. HACC is also the local provider of Federal programs that promote resident self-sufficiency. HACC's resident services are nationally recognized. They include:

To qualify for public housing, a household's income must not exceed standards set by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). To qualify, a household must not make more than 80% of the area median income. Rent for each unit is based upon income of the tenant. Tenants pay 30% of their adjusted gross income for rent and utilities. Included with the rent, the Housing Authority pays for water, sewer and trash collection.

View Public Housing Admissions and Occupancy Policy (ACOP)

Read the Catch-All Chronicle, our public housing newsletter.

Public Housing Portfolio

Oregon City View Manor (OCVM) and Clackamas Heights (CH) 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom waiting lists

200 Longview Way or South A-D Street, Oregon City, OR 97045

Properties consist of single family detached homes and duplexes.

Schools: Contact the school district.

Hillside Manor 1 and 2 bedroom waiting lists

2889 SE Hillside Court, Milwaukie, OR 97222

Hillside Manor is a nine-story apartment building consisting of 96 1-bedrooms and 4 ADA two-bedroom units. The building is equipped with an elevator, community gardens, laundry facility, community room, and a playground close by.

Schools: Contact the school district.

Hillside Park 1 and 2 bedroom waiting list

A, B, C, or D St., Milwaukie, OR 97222

Hillside Park surrounds Hillside Manor and consists of 100 1 and 2 bedroom single family houses and duplexes. The property has a community room, playgrounds, and laundry facilities.

Schools: Contact the school district.

Scattered sites

The Housing Authority owns, maintains and manages 145 units of Public Housing known as "scattered sites". As the name implies, these are 2-, 3-, and 4-bedroom units scattered around Clackamas County and consist of single-family homes, duplex, triplexes, and 4-plexes. The waiting lists for scattered sites are broken down by location:

Schools: Contact area school district for scattered site school information.

Public transportation

Contact TriMet or 238-ride to verify.

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Contact Us

Administration Building/ Housing Choice Voucher
13930 S Gain St.
Oregon City, OR 97045
fax: 503-655-8676

Public Housing/Asset Management
13900 S Gain St.
Oregon City, OR 97045
fax: 503-650-3538

Hillside Office
fax: 503-794-8070

Mailing Address
P.O. BOX 1510
Oregon City, OR 97045


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