Housing Options Project
The Housing Options Project will determine where and how additional housing types, including accessory dwelling units, duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, sixplexes, townhomes, cottage clusters and small courtyard apartments, will be allowed in Beaverton’s residential areas.
Join your neighbors at the May 26 open house!
At this event, you can learn more about different ways the city can allow more housing choices and provide your ideas on how this should work.
Housing Options Project Open House
Date: Wednesday, May 26
Location: Zoom (see details below)*
*Spanish interpretation will be provided
Staff will present several potential options, and everyone is invited to ask questions and share feedback after the presentation.
Please note: Event will be via Zoom webinar and all attendees will be muted/video off. Questions can be asked through the Q&A function. You can also submit your question(s) in advance by using the button below.
Participate online: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1600413281?pwd=VHl3LzQva0MyWXNnS2VKbHd3QmwwUT09
Call in: +1 669 254 5252 or +1 669 216 1590 or +1 646 828 7666 or +1 551 285 1373
Webinar ID: 160 041 3281
Instructions on how to use interpretation function through Zoom
For Windows and macOS
- In your meeting/webinar controls, click Interpretation.
- Click the language that you would like to hear. (English and Spanish)
- (Optional) To hear the interpreted language only, click Mute Original Audio.
For Android and iOS
- In your meeting controls, tap the ellipses icon (...).
- Tap Language Interpretation.
- Tap the language you would like to hear.
- (Optional) Tap the toggle to Mute Original Audio.
- Click Done.
The project is considering where and how these additional housing types could be allowed to:
- Provide more places to live for people with different housing needs, preferences and income levels.
- Encourage diverse housing options so people can stay in their neighborhoods as their needs change.
- Give property owners more choices and flexibility over what types of housing they can build on their land.
- Assist with affordability by allowing more units and smaller units in existing neighborhoods.
The project consists of four phases. The first phase began in July 2018. The fourth phase is anticipated to end by Winter 2021. Public engagement is ongoing, but will be modified in light of the COVID-19 public health emergency and social distancing guidelines. Below is more information about each phase: