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Housing Needs Analysis (2012)

The information in the 2012 Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) is intended to provide the City of Ashland with reliable statistical information on the housing market and future demographic changes the community can expect. . This information will help the city develop policies and programs to ensure it is meetings its obligation under Oregon's Statewide Planning Goal 10, which requires local governments to "encourage the availability of adequate numbers of needed housing units at price ranges and rent levels which are commensurate with the financial capabilities of Oregon households."


The HNA provides a summary of housing and demographic trends within the City of Ashland in an effort to allow the City to meet the populationís housing needs in the future.  This report is intended to provide an evaluation of housing trends in Ashland since the last detailed housing assessments were completed including the 2002 Housing Needs Analysis and the 2007 Rental Needs Analysis. The following is a review of those trends, a brief summary of steps the City has taken to address the findings, recommended actions identified in the prior housing assessments, and an evaluation of what the results of those actions have been.

The Adopted 2012 Housing Needs Analysis is available online as a PDF document or can be reviewed at the Community Development Building at 51 Winburn Way. 


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