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Housing Authority provides affordable, safe, and sanitary housing opportunities for Clackamas County residents.

The waiting lists are closed.

If you applied to the wait list before June 15, 2020, you can check your status online.

If you applied to the wait list after June 15, 2020, you can check your status online.

Housing authority renters

Have you gotten behind on rent and need help?

Oregon emergency Rental AssistanceIf you need help on rent or utilities as you got behind due to a COVID-related reason, visit the  Oregon Rental Assistance Program to apply for assistance.

The OERAP program can serve renter households that have incomes less than 80% of Area Median Income who meet the following conditions:

  • Individual(s) in the household has qualified for unemployment benefits or has experienced a reduction in household income, incurred significant costs, or has experienced other financial hardship due directly or indirectly to the coronavirus outbreak;
  • and Individual(s) in the household can demonstrate a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability evidenced by a past due utility or rent notice.

Statewide Eviction Moratorium

The statewide eviction moratorium (HB 4401) will expire on June 30, 2021. In most cases, you cannot be evicted for nonpayment or without cause until July of 2021. Tenants who submit a Declaration of Financial Hardship to their landlords have until Feb. 28, 2022 to pay their back rent from April 2020 forward.

Protection is not automatic and you must fill out, sign, and provide a Declaration of Hardship to your landlord. If you do not provide your landlord a signed declaration, they are allowed to give termination notices based on nonpayment of rent, fees, or utilities. 

Download the declaration

It is important to note that unpaid rent is not forgiven, it will be due once the moratorium expires. 

If you have questions about landlord/tenant rights, including about the eviction moratorium, please call Housing Rights and Resources at 503-650-5750.

Visit Coordinated Housing Access (CHA) if you are homeless or are experiencing a housing crisis.

Metro Housing Bond

Metro-area voters recently approved a $652.8 million general obligation bond, a proactive measure to address the shortage of affordable housing within Metro’s urban growth boundary. The bond allows our region the opportunity to invest in the development of new housing resources for some of our most vulnerable and historically marginalized residents.

Plans, reports and bids

Low Cost Apartments

These apartments are not associated with the Housing Authority.  Each has their own eligibility requirements and waitlist. For more information please call the phone number associated with the property that interests you.

For Landlords

Supportive Housing and Services

Supportive Housing Services

Metro voters passed the Supportive Housing Services measure, which will raise money for supportive housing services for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness.

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8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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