It was another rewarding few weeks at R3V. We have chosen to move our updates to align with our Steering Committee meetings, so this report covers three weeks, 39-41 and is issued in Week 42. My focus since our last update has been to engage a broader set of community members in the working group […]
Goal of the project To create an accessible program to support Spanish-speaking adults with basic Spanish literacy instruction leading towards greater empowerment and a GED certificate via the existing INEA program offered by the Mexican government to support adults earning their Primeria and Secondaria diplomas. The challenge Existing programs at LISTO and OnTrack can meet […]
Here are some resources we have compiled to support our community’s thinking about attainable housing. We define attainable housing as that “missing middle” housing for people who don’t qualify for affordable housing programs, but none the less find it challenging to pay full market pricing in the midst of a local and national housing crisis. […]
It’s been a rewarding couple of weeks facilitating the work of R3V, plus, we all got to hear, smell, and feel the rain again. Housing Working Group In our Collective Impact meeting this month we gathered questions for Direct Housing communications about possible extensions of the direct housing in hotels, RV parks, and FEMA trailers […]
Local City of Talent Housing Needs Analysis Talent Buildable Lands City of Phoenix Housing Plan Phoenix Zoning Map Land Use Element City of Medford Housing Analysis Action Plan State Housing Recovery Federal Housing Impact Assessment
Greetings on this day of commemoration and reflection. As R3V’s facilitator, I wanted to update you on where we are and where we’re going. First, to acknowledge the one year anniversary of the Almeda fire that tore through our communities. The ash that fell overnight reminds us that we’re still connected to our neighbors who […]
This week we heard back from a few of our group members regarding a trip they took to Paradise, California. They were invited to join the community leaders behind their ongoing rebuild from the devastating 2018 Camp Fire. We are humbled to have their guidance and hope to implement the key learnings the team took from their experience.
Below is Julie O’Dwyer’s presentation on the trip:
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Featuring discussions regarding how to bring the community together to commemorate the upcoming year anniversary of the Almeda fire, and how to implement the services transitional and temporary housing residents need.
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Featuring updates on temporary housing inventory in Southern Oregon and brainstorming on accessible permanent housing. The full transcript with links is available below. We started the recording a couple of minutes into the meeting, sorry. The housing info graphic State housing assessment HUD assessment Pre and post RE market assessment by Denise Balkas of FEMA […]