This week we take a closer look at the zip code of 97219 in Southwest Portland. This area covers a large swath of SW which includes the neighborhoods of Multnomah, Markham, Arnold Creek, Collins View, Riverwood, among others. The area is largely residential and includes a number of large green spaces including Tryon Creek. Read More
“Together, we can make Oregon a place where every child has a safe and stable place to call home.”
This week, Gov. Brown released an “aspirational” housing plan called “Breaking New Ground” to help thousands of Oregonians find “stable housing.” During her announcement, she called the plan “ambitious and historic” recognizing the $400 million investment it will require over two years. Read More
“Oregonians cannot afford to wait another year … They are losing their housing now,” said House Speaker Tina Kotek.
Kotek is a key lawmaker pushing forward Senate Bill 608 -- the bill that would bring state-wide rent control to Oregon.
Monday, the bill passed through the Oregon Senate’s Housing Committee sending it to the Senate floor for a vote. If the bill passes, it will go into effect after Gov. Kate Brown signs it, and make Oregon the first state to pass statewide rent control. Read More
This week we take a closer look at the zip code of 97210 in Northwest Portland which includes the neighborhoods of: Hillside, Forest Park, Northwest Industrial and a little more than half of Northwest District (parts of which include Nob Hill and the Alphabet District). Read More
Figuring out how your property taxes are calculated are notoriously confusing. We tried to break it down for you:
How do I find out how much I owe?
Tax bills are mailed out by Oct. 25th every year. If you haven’t yet received your tax statement, you can find it online, or email the tax office.
Here’s how you can look up your statement online:
1. Go to www.multcoproptax.org and click “Guest Login” Read More