The Mission of the Consortium is to provide strategic leadership in crafting program and policy solutions to affordable housing challenges in Snohomish County. 


June 2, 2017

Save the Date!

Affordable Housing Conference

June 2, 2017 8am-2pm

Edward Hansen Conference Center

Everett, WA

Thank you to our Title Sponsor

 

 

And to our special Nonprofit Sponsor

 

 

Registration and Conference Information coming soon!

Other levels of sponsorship available

Contact the Consortium at:

Mark@housingsnohomish.org

 

 

 
 

Did you know?
The hourly wage needed to afford a 2 bedroom apartment is $18.98, while the minimum wage is Washington State is $8.55.
Did you know?
A family with a median household income can\'t qualify for a mortgage for a median priced home.
Did you know?
In Snohomish County, 224 households may lose their homes this year due to mobile homes park closures.
Did you know?
A minimum wage worker needs to work a minimum of 89 hours per week to afford a two bedroom apartment.
Did you know?
Families with children make up 30% of the homeless in Snohomish County.
Did you know?
On an average night, over 2,300 people are homeless in Snohomish County.

Future Events


June 2, 2017, 8:00am-2:00pm
Affordable Housing Conference


 

Thank You

The Consortium is grateful for its member organizations who regularly contribute their time, money and knowledge to our work. Independent of membership, the Consortium is also grateful for the 2016-17 financial support of the following organizations:

1st Security Bank
Beacon Development
BECU
Citi Community Foundation
Community Foundation of Snohomish County
EverTrust Foundation
Everett Housing Authority
JP Morgan Chase
Shelter Resources, Inc
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
Tulalip Cares
Union Bank Foundation
United Way of Snohomish County
WA Community Reinvestment Association
WA State Housing Finance Commission


Out of Reach Report

A minimum wage worker must work 104 hours per week to afford a 2 bedroom apartment in Snohomish County.

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