The Affordable Housing Resident Oversight Committee (AHROC) is recruiting a member with lived expertise to join as a voting member. For this role, lived expertise is defined as someone who is currently receiving support in accessing or maintaining their housing and/or has received support in the last two years. It is the determination of the applicant if they meet the criteria. This role is for a term effective June 1, 2023 through May 31, 2026.
Applications are due May 5, 2023 by 5:00pm.
The Affordable Housing Resident Oversight Committee was created in 2020 to advise on, support and recommend key strategies, including the implementation of the City’s adopted housing policy, A Place to Call Home.
One project the AHROC works closely with is the Affordable Housing Trust Fund. While the committee does not oversee all award making of the fund, they advise on priorities and uses of funds through the annual Allocation Plan and Reserve Balance administration. Additionally, the committee supports reaching local housing goals through policy advisement to city staff and Council.
The AHROC has general meetings every other month (remaining 2023: June, August, October, December) on the second Tuesday of the month from 6-8pm. Committee members participate in working groups during months that do not have general meetings.
If you have questions, please reach out to:
Housing Policy Specialist
Click here for committee information and to complete the application.