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Depending on where you live, you may have the below city races on your ballot.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES for affordable housing in Vancouver

  • Affordable housing has become a crisis not just in Clark County or Washington state, but across the entire country. To continue making local housing more affordable and accessible, the Vancouver City Council is asking voters to pass a replacement for the expiring affordable housing levy. If passed, the new levy would continue the work of building new units and providing shelter space and rental assistance to people in need. 

    Since voters approved the current levy in 2017, the Affordable Housing Fund has preserved or produced 1,064 units of affordable housing, provided rental assistance to 1,654 households, and created or supported 405 temporary shelter beds. At a very modest rate of $0.30 per $1,000 of assessed property value, the owner of a $500,000 home could expect to pay about $150 a year. 

    Vote yes on Proposition No. 3 to continue bringing more affordable housing and assistance to Vancouver.
    Affordable housing has become a crisis not just in Clark County or Washington state, but across the entire country. To continue making local housing more affordable and accessible, the Vancouver City Council is asking voters to pass a replacement for the expiring affordable housing levy. If passed, the new levy would continue the work of building new units and providing shelter space and rental assistance to people in need. 

    Since voters approved the current levy in 2017, the Affordable Housing Fund has preserved or produced 1,064 units of affordable housing, provided rental assistance to 1,654 households, and created or supported 405 temporary shelter beds. At a very modest rate of $0.30 per $1,000 of assessed property value, the owner of a $500,000 home could expect to pay about $150 a year. 

    Vote yes on Proposition No. 3 to continue bringing more affordable housing and assistance to Vancouver.