The regional Measure

Voters in the Metro region — Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties — will be asked to approve a regional bond to fund affordable housing for low-income families, seniors, veterans and people with disabilities.

The regional affordable housing bond will build new affordable homes and renovate existing homes for over 7,500 people in the region in need of safe, affordable housing, or up to 12,000 people if the statewide measure passes as well.

This regional measure is backed by an unprecedented coalition of businesses, faith leaders, nonprofit groups, communities of color, and elected leaders who are united by the need to address affordable housing in our communities. By addressing the affordable housing problem together as a region, more communities will contribute to the bond and benefit from it — lowering the cost for the average homeowner to $5 per month, or little more than the cost of a coffee drink.

regional Measure Endorsement List:

Organizations and Businesses:

1000 Friends of Oregon
211info
AARP Oregon
adidas America, Inc.
Affordable Housing Partners, Inc.
AFSCME Local 189
AFSCME Local 328
AFSCME Local 3580
American Federation of Teachers-Oregon
American Tiny House Association – Oregon Chapter
APANO
Beneficial State Bank
Bradley Angle
BRIDGE Housing
Building Justice
Bus Project
Business For A Better Portland
CASA of Oregon
Cascade AIDS Project
Community Action
Community Action Partnership of Oregon
Community Housing Fund
Community Partners for Affordable Housing
Community Vision
Crandall Arambula
dBnation productions and recording studio
Dethloff & Associates
Downtown Development Group
Dweller Inc.
East Portland Action Plan
Enhabit
Fair Housing Council of Oregon
Habitat for Humanity Albany Area
Habitat for Humanity Lebanon Area
Habitat for Humanity of Oregon
Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East
Habitat for Humanity West Tuality
Habitat for Humanity Willamette West
Hacienda CDC
Havurah Shalom
Homeless Solutions Coalition of Clackamas County
HomePlate Youth Services
Housing Development Center
Housing Oregon
Human Services Coalition of Oregon
Human Solutions
IBEW Local 48
Incight
Innovative Housing, Inc.
Interfaith Alliance on Poverty
JOIN
Kaiser Permanente
LMC Construction
Love Portland Group at Hasson Company
Make Cascadia Weirder Foundation
Melvin Mark Companies
Metropolitan Alliance for Common Good (MACG)
National Association of Social Workers Oregon Chapter
NEDCO
Neighborhood Partnerships
Network for Oregon Affordable Housing
New Seasons Market
Nike
Northwest Housing Alternatives
Northwest Pilot Project
NW Natural
NW Oregon Labor Council, AFL-CIO
OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon
Oregon AFSCME
Oregon Developmental Disabilities Coalition
Oregon Environmental Council
Oregon Food Bank
Oregon National Organization of Women (NOW)
Oregon Primary Care Association
Oregon Smart Growth
Oregon Walks
Outside In
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Pacific NW, Envoy
Pedcor Investments, LLC
Portland Business Alliance
Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives (PCRI)
Portland Homeless Family Solutions (PHFS)
Portland Housing Center
Portland Thorns
Portland Timbers
Produce Row Property Management Co
Proud Ground
REACH Community Development
Rose Community Development
The Rosewood Initiative
Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Salazar Architect Inc.
SEIU Local 49
SEIU Local 503
Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractor’s Association Columbia Chapter
Smith and Connors
Sponsors, Inc.
Street Roots
The Street Trust
Studio Cropp Architecture
Switchboard
Tivnu: Building Justice
Transition Projects
UFCW Local 555
United Fidelity Bank, fsb.
Urban League of Portland
VERDE
Walsh Construction Co.
Washington County Thrives
Welcome Home Coalition
YWCA of Greater Portland

Elected Officials:

Governor Kate Brown
Senator Michael Dembrow, District 20
Senator Chuck Riley, District 15
Senator Rob Wagner, District 19
Speaker of the House Tina Kotek, District 44
Representative Deborah A. Boone, District 32
Representative Brian Clem, District 21
Representative Margaret Doherty, District 35
Representative Chris Gorsek, District 49
Representative Diego Hernandez, District 47
Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer, District 46
Representative Susan McLain, District 29
Representative Mark Meek, District 40
Representative Rob Nosse, District 42
Representative Carla Piluso, District 50
Representative Jeff Reardon, District 48
Representative Tawna Sanchez, District 43
Metro Council President Tom Hughes
Metro Council President-Elect Lynn Peterson
Metro Councilor Sam Chase, District 5
Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick, District 1
Metro Councilor Craig Dirksen, District 3
Metro Councilor Betty Dominguez, District 2
Metro Councilor Kathryn Harrington, District 4
Metro Councilor Bob Stacey, District 6
Metro Councilor-Elect Juan Carlos Gonzalez, District 4
Clackamas County Chair Jim Bernard
Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury
Multnomah County Commissioner Sharon Meieran, District 1
Multnomah County Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson, District 3
Multnomah County Commissioner-Elect Susheela Jayapal
Washington County Commissioner Greg Malinowski, District 2
Washington County Commissioner Dick Schouten, District 1
Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle
Hillsboro City Councilor Kyle Allen
Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba
Milwaukie City Council President Lisa Batey
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler
Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish
Rick Gustafson, former Oregon Representative and Metro Executive Officer
Dave Hunt, former Oregon House Speaker, District 40

Community:

Olga Acuna
Ruth Adkins
Abby Ahern
Roya Amirsoleymani
Carine Arendes
Tanner Baldus
Alan Bates
Judith Beck
Nancy Becker
Matt Bokar, Associate, Salazar Architect, Inc.
Chris Bonner, Realtor, The Love Portland Group
Susan Brothers
Aaron Brown
Jennifer Bruml
Debbie Burke
Spencer Byrne-Seres
Stan Amy
Maria Cahill, Program Manager, Recode
Martin Campos-Davis
Brian Carleton, Principal, Carleton Hart Architecture
Mary Carroll
Diedra Case
Robin Cash, STEP Specialist, Mt Hood Community College
Jane Cease, Former State Senator
Kate Chard-Herring
M. Coffman
Tonia M. Cottrell, LCSW
Marilyn Couch
Amy Crevola, MSW
Kim Crosby
Reverend Dr. Chuck Currie
Gail E. Curtis
Greg Goodman
Christina Daily
Tony Defalco
Julia DeGraw
Rebecca Dodson
Russ Dondero, Washington County Housing Advocate
Rachael Duke
Rich Durant
Pamela Dyer
Heidi Edwards
Charles Gallia
Felicia Garrett
David Gerstmann, Office Manager/CFO for the URS Club, Inc.
Lauren Goché
Stephen Gomez and Shannon Holt
Mark Goodman
Matthew Goodman
Jasmine Gordovez
Sheila Greenlaw-Fink
Amy Grover
David E Gutzler
Allison Handler
JoAnn Hardesty, Former President of NAACP Portland
Ernest Hayes
Ken and Phyllis Hayes
Ashley Henry
Maria Hidalgo
Megan Horst
Celeste M Howard
Jim Hukari
Anna Hutson
Sandra Jafarzadeh, Social & Economic Justice Advocate
Sarah Joannides
Philip Kalberer
Tom Kelly, President, Neil Kelly Company
Debbie Kitchin
Anna Kurnizki
Peter Larson
Rebecca Levison
Christine Lewis
Rollie Lobsinger
Mandie Ludlam
Orion Lumiere
Jeremy Lynn, MD
Celine Mazoyer, Housing Specialist
Steven McGeady
Michael McMurray, Chairman & CEO Hillsboro Hops
Erin Meechan
Noah Oken-Berg, Co-Founder & CEO, Above the Fray Design, Inc.
Brett C. Olsen
Blaine Palmer
Xander Patterson, Director of Finance & Operations, Audubon Society of Portland
Laura J. Recko
Moses Ross
Francie Royce
John Russell, Managing Partner, Russell Fellows Properties
Micky Ryan
Alex Salazar, President, Salazar Architect, Inc.
Mike Savara
J. Daniel Schauer IV
Emily Schelling
Dana Schultz
Brett Schulz, architect pc
Deborah Scott, MRED
Lindi Light
Lori Slaughter
Chris Smith
Megan Smith, Communications Director, Community Warehouse
Deborah Stein
Mark Sturbois
Rev. & Mrs. David L Swearingin Jr
Nathan Teske, Executive Director, Bienestar
Kien Truong
Andrea Valderrama
David and Christine Vernier
Bob Walsh, Chairman/Walsh Construction Co.
Scotti Warren, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Barbara Weathersby
Steve Weiss
Ramsay Weit

Contact

Phone

(971) 238-9683

Address

Yes for Affordable Housing
PO Box 42307
Portland, OR 97242