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Register Now: Let's Build Boardman

Updated: 6 days ago



The Missing Middle Housing Fund (MMHF) is excited to announce that registration is now open for its Let’s Build Boardman event on August 6, 2024, from 10am-4pm at the Port of Morrow Riverfront Center.

 

Let’s Build Boardman is a workforce housing solutions summit that brings together community changemakers interested in housing products and design, labor, financing, and policy innovations. It’s a day to launch collaborative workforce housing solutions.

 

Please join us if you:

  1. Have an innovation that decreases the time and cost to build, especially in product design and manufacturing, financing and development, labor, or policy reform

  2. Are interested in building more workforce housing in your community

  3. Are an employer whose biggest barrier to hiring and retaining talent is the housing affordability and accessibility crisis

 

Prior Let’s Build events across Oregon have resulted in:

  1. Initiatives that combine community leaders and innovations in policy, design and construction, and finance

  2. Innovation companies meeting clients that sponsor pilot projects

  3. The creation of new financial tools to support workforce housing

  4. Elected officials and employers changing how their cities facilitate workforce housing creation

 

Attendees should note – this is a WORKING summit. Trained facilitators will guide working groups to propose launch plans for real change. Talking heads and panels are not on the agenda. Attendees should also note – this summit focuses on housing for middle income earners working in Boardman, NOT traditionally subsidized affordable housing.

 

There is no cost to attend Let’s Build Boardman and lunch will be provided. Please REGISTER on our website.

 

The MMHF would like to give special thanks to the City of Boardman for their support, and the Port of Morrow for hosting.

 

Please contact Nathan Wildfire with any event questions @ Nathan.wildfire@missingmiddlehousing.fund


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