MEDFORD, Ore.– Updates to Medford’s housing code will take affect this Thursday. It comes as a result of House Bill 2001. It allows for Oregon cities to have easier access to building permits for what the bill calls “middle housing”, ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. —A Housing and Homelessness Summit was held Thursday to address the ongoing crisis in the Rogue Valley. Organizations like Youth 71Five Ministries, Jackson Care Connect, Hearts with A Mission, and Compass House took part in the summit. ...

Author: Blair Best PORTLAND, Ore — A real estate sign swung in the wind in the front lawn of a single-family home in Southeast Portland. Muffled sounds from a TV could be heard outside the front door. It was late ...

MEDFORD, Ore. The Medford City Council is holding a study session Thursday. They’re looking at discussing amendments to its land development code. This comes after the passage of House Bill 2001. The bill was passed back in 2019, ending exclusive ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —Some good news coming for those impacted by the Almeda and South Obenchain fires. The state is looking to spend hundreds of millions to help them. We’re also learning more about a new modular home project, that could ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon legislature is investing millions of dollars to address the state’s housing crisis. In 2020, the state granted $65 million to create Project Turnkey for the purpose of acquiring hotels and other buildings to convert them ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Oregon Senior U.S. Senator Ron Wyden said rent for 2020 fire survivors who are living in FEMA temporary housing will not be due until May 1st. In February, FEMA sent letters to survivors of the 2020 ...

MEDFORD, Ore — As organizations continue to help individuals struggling with housing, state organizations are teaming up in a new program to assist people facing evictions. The OREDAP program was launched by the Oregon Housing and Community Services. It allows ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Democrats are proposing a $400 million package to address the state’s homelessness crisis. The money is intended to go toward addressing immediate housing and community needs, building on investments, increasing the supply of affordable homes, and ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Survivors from the devastating wildfires fires, living in FEMA housing, will soon have to start paying rent. The temporary housing unit program through FEMA was extended until September 15th. By law, FEMA says it has to charge ...

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