PP 22-0005: Housing Needs and Production Strategies

Pursuant to the City Council goal to, “Conserve the community’s quality of life by planning for growth and change,” and the initiative to, “Complete work on key housing initiatives, including HB 2003 compliance,” staff is now engaging in efforts to amend the City’s Comprehensive Plan in order to comply with the housing production strategy requirements of House Bill 2003 (HB 2003).  

 

 

Housing Needs Analysis Community Forum and Online Open House

The City will host a Housing Needs Analysis Community Forum next Thursday, April 6 at 5:00 PM in order to provide information and receive public input on two components of the City of Lake Oswego’s Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) update: the draft Buildable Lands Inventory (BLI) and Housing Capacity Analysis (HCA).

For individuals who are not able to make it to the Community Forum event, the City has created an Online Open House https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/7285087/Lake-Oswego-Housing-April-2023-Co... that explains the information in the draft BLI and HCA documents and provides another opportunity for public input.

 

 


 

Project Background / Summary: 

 

HB 2003 was adopted by the Oregon Legislature in 2019, concurrently with House Bill 2001, in order to help local jurisdictions meet the housing needs of residents throughout the state. The bill requires Oregon cities with over 10,000 residents to both analyze the future housing needs of their residents through a Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) and to develop strategies designed to promote the development of such needed housing through a Housing Production Strategy (HPS). The bill also launched a prototype Regional Housing Needs Analysis (RHNA) in order to explore a statewide program where housing need is studied and addressed on a regional level; the RHNA program is still under development by the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD).

The Oregon Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) adopted Oregon Administrative Rules for HB 2003 (OAR 660-008-0045 through -0070) in November 2020. These rules established the components that are required to be included within an HPS Report, as well as the criteria for compliance for cities that do not meet their identified housing need.

The City is required to adopt an updated HNA by December 31, 2023, and must subsequently adopt an HPS within one year of the updated HNA’s adoption.

On June 8, 2022, the City Council directed staff to issue a request for proposals (RFP) to solicit consultant services to assist with this work, and committed to appoint an Ad-Hoc Task Force to provide high-level policy guidance to the Planning Commission and City Council as the City identifies critical housing needs and recommends strategies to address them, per the requirements of HB 2003. The City has since contracted with a consultant team led by MIG to conduct this work, and, on October 4, 2022, the City Council appointed an ad-hoc Housing Production Strategy Task Force (“Task Force”) to provide guidance to staff and the Planning Commission as the City proceeds with HB 2003 compliance.

 


 

Project Updates: 

 

05/12/2022

On May 22,2023 The Commission will receive an update with a summary of comments received during the first round of public engagement related to updating the City’s HNA, as required under HB 2003.

 The staff report is available in the "Public Records" folder; The agenda will be available ten days prior to the meeting on the meeting webpage, click here.

 


 

04/07/2023

The Housing Needs Analysis Community Forum was held on 04/06/23, thank you to everyone who joined us! For individuals who were not able to make it to Housing Community Forum, you can view the meeting on the city’s YouTube Page click here .

The City has created a Story Map and Survey that provides more information about the draft BLI and HCA documents and provides another opportunity for public participation. Please note the online open house includes information and questions to accompany the City of Lake Oswego Housing Community Forum which will be available through April 21, 2023.

 Here is a link to the Online Open House: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/7285087/Lake-Oswego-Housing-April-2023-Community-Forum 

 


03/31/2023

The City will host a Housing Needs Analysis Community Forum next Thursday, April 6 at 5:00 PM in order to provide information and receive public input on two components of the City of Lake Oswego’s Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) update: the draft Buildable Lands Inventory (BLI) and Housing Capacity Analysis (HCA).

 

For individuals who are not able to make it to the Community Forum event, the City has created an Online Open House https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/7285087/Lake-Oswego-Housing-April-2023-Community-Forum that explains the information in the draft BLI and HCA documents and provides another opportunity for public input.

 


03/30/2023

 

On April 10, 2023, the Planning Commission will hold Work Session #3 which will include a presentation describing the initial drafts of two components of the City of Lake Oswego’s Housing Needs Analysis (HNA): The Buildable Lands Inventory (BLI) and Housing Capacity Analysis (HCA). The presentation will also include an update on recent public engagement, including the latest meeting of the Housing Production Strategy Task Force (Task Force).

Work session documents are available in the "Public Records Folder".

 


03/21/23

Initial drafts of two components of the City of Lake Oswego’s Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) are now available for review:

  • A Draft Buildable Lands Inventory (BLI), which identifies land that can be expected to provide residential capacity for the City of Lake Oswego in the next 20 years; and
  • A Draft Housing Capacity Analysis (HCA), which outlines a forecast of housing need within the City of Lake Oswego during the same 20-year timeframe.

These drafts are a work in process – they will be refined with input from the Housing Production Strategy Task Force, Planning Commission, City Council, and other project stakeholders based on discussions over the course of the next few months. These discussions include a Housing Needs Analysis Community Forum  that will be held on Thursday, 4/6 at 5:00 PM via Zoom.

After receiving feedback on the BLI and the HCA, the next step will be for the project team to conduct an analysis that compares the amount and type of land available for future residential uses with the amount and types of housing units needed by the City of Lake Oswego. The findings of this comparison will then form the basis of further work about the policies, programs, and actions that the City can consider to address its current and future housing needs.

For more information on the City’s work related to Housing Needs and Production (PP 22-0005), please visit the project page: https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/pp-22-0005-housing-needs-and-production-strategies

If you have any questions, please contact Erik Olson, Long Range Planning Manager, at eolson@lakeoswego.city.

 


03/20/2023

The Housing Production Strategy (HPS) Task Force will Meet on Friday, March 24, 2023, at 1:00 p.m., to continue their work providing high-level policy guidance to the Planning Commission and City Council related to housing needs and strategy recommendations. Please note that this meeting will be held via Zoom. Refer to the agenda for more information. The agenda and meeting material will be posted here one week prior to the meeting.

 

Register in advance for the meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pOiuhXVtQ2OLYnubnho2-A

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about viewing the Task Force meeting.This meeting is available to the public on the City's YouTube Channel, and on the City's website.

 

 


12/09/2022

The Housing Production Strategy Task Force (“Task Force”) will hold their first meeting on Friday, December 16, 2022, at 12:30 p.m. This will be an online-only meeting using Zoom.

The Task Force was established to provide guidance to the Planning Commission and City Council as the City proceeds to update its Housing Needs Analysis and develop a Housing Production Strategy in order to comply with the requirements of House Bill 2003.

The agenda packet and information on how to participate can be found on the meeting webpage using this link:  https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/boc_pc/hps-task-force-kickoff-meeting.


10/04/2022

At their meeting on October 4, 2022, City Council adopted Resolution 22-30 to create an Ad Hoc Housing Production Strategy Task Force (“Task Force”) in order to provide guidance to staff and the Planning Commission as the City proceeds to identify critical housing needs and recommend strategies to address them, per the requirements of House Bill 2003.

The Task Force would also recommend outreach strategies, Comprehensive Plan amendments, or other actions to update the City’s Housing Needs Analysis and develop a Housing Production Strategy, consistent with previously-adopted City goals and initiatives related to housing. The Task Force’s work shall be accomplished in at least six regular meetings prior to June 2024.

For a list of Task Force members appointed by City Council, click here.

 


09/16/2022

Applications for the Housing Production Strategy Task Force closed on September 16 at 5:00pm. Thank you to all those who applied for the Housing Production Strategy. We will be following up in the coming weeks with selections. 

 

The City Council held a study session on June 21, 2022 in order to provide direction on a proposed work plan to comply with the requirements of HB 2003; to visit the meeting webpage, click here.

The Planning Commission conducted a subsequent work session on HB 2003 on June 27th; to visit the meeting webpage, click here.

 

 

Project Details
ID: 
PP 22-0005
Year: 
2022
Status: 
Active
Project Contact: 

Erik Olson, Long Range Planning Manager, (503) 697-6524 or eolson@lakeoswego.city.

Meeting Date: 
Friday, December 16, 2022 - 12:30pm
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