Housing Authority of Clackamas County Board

The Housing Authority of Clackamas County board of directors consists of:

  • the five current members of the Board of County Commissioners
  • one resident of Public Housing or a participant in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program in good standing and residing in Clackamas County, also serves on the Housing Authority Resident Advisory Board

Members

Commissioner

Resident Commissioner

Commissioner

Commissioner

Commissioner

Meetings

The Housing Authority of Clackamas County Board holds regularly scheduled business meetings on the third Thursday of each month. Additional business meetings are added on other Thursdays as needed to ensure the effective operation of the Housing Authority. All business meeting items are previewed at the prior Tuesday issues session. Policy sessions and further issues sessions are scheduled on specific topics on either Tuesdays or Wednesdays as needed to help inform the board on topics not necessarily needing board action. Adjustments are made to the schedule to accommodate holidays and board breaks as needed. See the current schedule of meetings.

2022

Aug. 18

Business Meeting
Public Hearing

  • Updates to the Family Self-Sufficiency Action Plan
    materials

Aug. 17

County Administrator Issues/Updates
Consent Agenda (3 total items)

  • Approval of a Personal Services Contract with The Father’s Heart Street Ministry to provide supportive services to households in hotel/motel-based emergency shelters and Assignment to Clackamas County.
    materials
  • Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Impact NW to provide supporting housing case management and shelter and care services and Assignment to Clackamas County.
    materials
  • Adoption of Resolution #1969 delegating authority to finalize the terms of, execute, acknowledge, and deliver the actions and documents as reasonably may be required for a loan to the Marylhurst Commons affordable housing development in Lake Oswego.
    materials

Aug. 2

County Administrator Issues/Updates

  • Revised Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Action Plan required policy considerations
    materials

July 28

Business Meeting
Consent Agenda Items

  • Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Clackamas County for the rehabilitation of the Jannsen Road Apartments in Clackamas, Oregon.
    materials
  • Approval of Moving to Work Plan and Application and Adoption of Resolution 1968 authorizing submission of the plan and application to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and authorizing the Executive Director to sign an amendment to the Annual Contribution Contract and implement the program.
    materials

July 26

County Administrator Issues/Updates
Consent Agenda (2 total items)

  • Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Clackamas County for the rehabilitation of the Jannsen Road Apartments in Clackamas, Oregon. Agreement value is $294,000.
    materials
  • Approval of Moving to Work Plan and Application and Adoption of Resolution 1968 authorizing submission of the plan and application to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and authorizing the Executive Director to sign an amendment to the Annual Contribution Contract and implement the program. No fiscal impact.
    materials

July 21

Business Meeting
Consent Agenda Items

  • Approval of an Infrastructure and Additional Shared Cost Agreement with Clackamas Workforce Partnership for the WorkSource Clackamas Center.
    materials
  • Approval of an Amendment increasing funding to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro for the Affordable Housing Bond Measure Program.
    materials
  • Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Northwest Family Services to provide emergency shelter services and an Assignment of that Contract to Clackamas County.
    materials
  • Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro and the City of Lake Oswego to conduct a solicitation and selection process for awarding the Boones Ferry Project to an affordable housing developer.
    materials
  • Approval of a Contract with Nomarco, Inc. for the Modernization of 22010 Leslie Project.
    materials

July 19

County Administrator Issues/Updates

  • Modernization of 22010 Leslie Housing Project
    materials
  • Consent Agenda (4 total items)
    Approval of an Infrastructure and Additional Shared Cost Agreement with Clackamas Workforce Partnership for the WorkSource Clackamas Center.
    materials
  • Approval of an Amendment increasing funding to purchase software to report workforce demographics on bond funded projects for the Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro for the Affordable Housing Bond Measure Program.
    materials
  • Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Northwest Family Services to provide emergency shelter services and an Assignment of that Contract to Clackamas County.
    materials
  • Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro and the City of Lake Oswego to conduct a solicitation and selection process for awarding the Boones Ferry Project to an affordable housing developer. Anticipated award value is $7,150,000.
    materials

July 13

Policy Session: Move-To-Work Application
materials

June 30

Business Meeting
Public Hearing Adoption of a Resolution Adopting and Appropriating Funds for the 2022-2023 Fiscal Year Budget for the Housing Authority of Clackamas County.
materials

Consent Agenda Items

  • Approval of an Amendment extending the duration and funding of an Agency Services Agreement with Mental Health Association of Oregon to provide Peer Support to residents of the Housing Authority of Clackamas County.
    materials
  • Approval of an Amendment increasing scope of work and funding of a Personal Services Contract with Northwest Family Services for housing navigation and placement and supportive housing case management services.
    materials
  • Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Do Good Multnomah for case management, peer support, and housing navigation services for Veterans Village participants and Assignment of the contract to Clackamas County.
    materials

June 28

County Administrator Issues/Updates

  • Approval of an Amendment extending the duration and funding of an Agency Services Agreement with Mental Health Association of Oregon to provide Peer Support to residents of the Housing Authority of Clackamas County.
    materials
  • Approval of an Amendment increasing scope of work and funding of a Personal Services Contract with Northwest Family Services for housing navigation and placement and supportive housing case management services.
    materials
  • Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Do Good Multnomah for case management, peer support, and housing navigation services for Veterans Village participants and Assignment of the contract to Clackamas County.
    materials

June 16

Business Meeting
Consent Agenda Items

  • Approval of Housing Authority of Clackamas County Board Order to write off Uncollectible Debt for the Fourth Quarter of Fiscal Year 2021-2022.
    materials
  • Approval of an I Hntergovernmental Agreement with Home Forward to provide resident services and supportive housing case management at Tukwila Springs.
    materials

June 14

County Administrator Issues/Updates

  • Move-To-Work Program
    materials
  • Approval of Housing Authority of Clackamas County Board Order to write off Uncollectible Debt for the Fourth Quarter of Fiscal Year 2021-2022.
    materials
  • Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Home Forward to provide resident services and supportive housing case management at Tukwila Springs.
    materials

May 31

County Administrator Issues/Updates
HUD Move to Work Status Request
materials
 

May 23

Budget Presentation
2 p.m.
zoom info   presentation   notice 

May 19

  • Business Meeting
    Consent Agenda Items

    Approval of a Resolution authorizing a $3,000,000 loan of Regional Affordable Housing Bond Funds and an allocation of 40 Project-Based Regional Long Term Rental Assistance Vouchers to support the Marylhurst Commons Affordable Housing Project.
    materials

    Approval of an Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro for the Affordable Housing Bond Program adding cooling unit requirements and funding for bond-funded affordable housing projects.
    materials

May 17

County Administrator Issues/Updates
  • Approval of a Resolution authorizing a $3,000,000 loan of Regional Affordable Housing Bond Funds and an allocation of 40 Project-Based Regional Long Term Rental Assistance Vouchers to support the Marylhurst Commons Affordable Housing Project.
    materials
  • Approval of a Construction Contract with Nomarco, Inc. for the Modernization of 22010 Leslie Project to bring the property up to current HUD standards.
    materials
  • Approval of an Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro for the Affordable Housing Bond Program adding cooling unit requirements and funding for bond-funded affordable housing projects.
    materials

April 28

Business Meeting
Approval of the 2021-2024 Labor Agreement between the Housing Authority of Clackamas County and the Clackamas County Employees’ Association for Housing Authority employees.
materials

April 26

County Administrator Issues/Updates
Approval of the 2021-2024 Labor Agreement between the Housing Authority of Clackamas County and the Clackamas County Employees’ Association for Housing Authority employees.
materials

April 21

Business Meeting
Adoption of Resolution #1964 authorizing a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Agreement between Molalla Apartments Limited Partnership, the Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) and Clackamas County, Housing Assistance Payment Contract (AHAP) and Related Matters, for the Molalla Apartments Project.
materials

April 19

County Administrator Issues/Updates
Adoption of Resolution #1964 authorizing a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Agreement between Molalla Apartments Limited Partnership, the Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) and Clackamas County, Housing Assistance Payment Contract (AHAP) and Related Matters, for the Molalla Apartments Project.
materials

March 24

Business Meeting
  • Adoption of Resolution #1962 approving the Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) Annual Plan for FY 2022 and the authorization of HACC to submit the plan to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in compliance with HUD regulations.
    materials
  • Adoption of Resolution #1963 approving the Housing Authority of Clackamas County (HACC) 5-year plan for FY 2022-2027 and the authorization of HACC to submit the plan to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in compliance with HUD regulations.
    materials

March 17

Business Meeting
Approval of a Board Order No. 1961 to write-off Uncollectible Accounts for the Third Quarter of Fiscal Year 2022
materials

March 15

Policy Session
Approval of a Board Order No. 1961 to write-off Uncollectible Accounts for the Third Quarter of Fiscal Year 2022
materials

March 9

Policy Session
Housing Authority Repositioning Plan
materials

March 8

Policy Session
Notice of Public Hearing for HACC Annual/Five-Year Plan
materials

March 1

Policy Session
Draft Property Tax Exemption Policy
materials
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2021
Dec. 9 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Dec. 2 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Oct. 28 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Oct. 14 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Sept. 16 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Aug. 18 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Aug. 3 Policy Session
Housing Authority Development Update
materials
July 15 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
July 13 Policy Session
Supportive Housing Services Funds – Behavioral Health Services with Focus on Substance Use Treatment Services
materials

Policy Session
Housing Authority 101
materials

June 29

Policy Session
Supportive Housing Services - Funding
materials

Policy Session
Revenue Agreement between Metro and Clackamas County for Supportive Housing Services Funding
materials

June 10 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
June 8 Policy Session
Supportive Housing Services Essential Programs Update
materials
May 20 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
May 18 Policy Session
Webster Road Redevelopment Project Board Update
materials
April 20 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
April 13 Policy Session
Supportive Housing Services Measure Local Implementation Plan (LIP) Review & Next Steps
materials
April 6 Policy Session
Housing Authority Development Updates
materials
April 1 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
March 18 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Feb. 22 Policy Session
Supportive Housing Services Measure 26-210 Background & Update
materials
Feb. 2 Policy Session
Housing Authority of Clackamas County Development Updates
materials

Policy Session
Project Turnkey
materials

Jan. 28 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
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Dec. 17 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Nov. 25 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Oct. 15 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Oct. 1 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Sept. 17 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Aug. 20 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
Aug. 6 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Board Consent Agenda
materials
July 23 Business Meeting
Housing Authority Discussion Items
materials
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Phone:503-655-8267
Fax:503-655-8676
Email:hacc@clackamas.us

13930 Gain St Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
By appointment only after 5 p.m.

After Hours Maintenance Emergency:
503-780-3896

Maintenance (Monday - Thursday):
503-650-3535

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