The Housing Authority of Clackamas County updates its Annual Plan each year and its 5-Year Plan every five years. The Annual Plan includes past activities, future activities, and policy changes whereas the 5-Year Plan focuses on longer term goals and objectives of the Authority. Below are links to our current approved plans as well as links to drafts that are currently open for public comment.
- Mid-Year Revision of Annual Plan FY 2023-24 - Submitted to HUD
The FY 2023-2024 Annual Plan is under revision to incorporate new policies from HUD and additional Moving to Work (MTW) waivers. The public comment period for the draft has closed. The plan was approved by the Board on Oct. 5, 2023, and will be submitted to HUD for their 75-day review no later than Oct. 18, 2023.
- Annual Plan FY 2023-2024
The Annual Plan FY 2023-24 Draft was approved by the Housing Authority Board on April 6, 2023, and has been submitted to HUD for their 75-day review. HUD awarded conditional approval by July 1, 2023.
- Annual Plan FY 2022
- 5 Year Plan FY 2022-2027
Moving to Work Supplement
The Housing Authority of Clackamas County was awarded Moving to Work (MTW) status as part of the Asset Building Cohort in early 2023 and will be starting MTW programing for the 2023-24 FY. As a requirement of MTW agencies, the Housing Authority will be required to submit a MTW Supplement with their Annual Plan outlining all the details of their Asset Building pilot program as well as any agency wide changes being implemented through MTW agency flexibilities.
- Mid-Year Revision of the MTW Supplement FY 2023-24 - Submitted to HUD
The Housing Authority is adding new MTW waivers and updating their asset building program for implementation. Public comment for this draft has closed. This was approved by the Housing Authority Board on Oct. 5, 2023 and will be submitted electronically, through the HIP system and via email as part of the entire Annual Plan, to HUD no later than Oct. 18, 2023.
- MTW Supp. FY 2023-2024
The MTW supplement was approved by the Housing Authority Board on April 6, 2023, as an attachment to the Annual Plan. It has been submitted to HUD, via a HUD online system, for their 75-day review. HUD awarded conditional approval by July 1, 2023.
Family Self Sufficiency Action Plans
The Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) program provides a way for people who receive public housing or other federally funded vouchers to save money and find ways to increase their earned income. The program combines stable and affordable housing along with staff support to help our participants reach their goals. The FSS program is governed by our FSS Action Plan. See our FSS Action plans current and past below and visit our FSS website for more information.
Public Housing & Rental Assistance Program Policies
The Housing Authority details all policies regarding their public housing and federal voucher programs in two policy documents, the Public Housing Admission and Occupancy Policy (ACOP) and the Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan (Admin Plan). Any potential policy revisions are presented to the Resident Advisory Board & public for comment before being submitted for HUD approval through the agencies Annual Plan process. The current HUD approved versions of our ACOP and Admin Plan are below for public transparency.
The financial records of the Housing Authority are audited yearly. Below are completed audited financial statements of the Housing Authority for public transparency.