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Portland

An owner’s decision to opt-out of a project-based Section 8 contract, as well as any owner action to terminate other state and local affordability arrangements, triggers notice rights. Like Denver, the Portland ordinance (PORTLAND, OR., CODE §§ 30.01.010-110) requires owners to provide to the city and tenants a one-year notice of pending Section 8 contract expirations, 210-days’ notice of an intention to opt-out of a long-term contract and 150-days’ notice of an intention to opt-out of one-year contract extensions. The ordinance applies to properties with project-based rental assistance, including properties with assistance or insurance under a variety of HUD programs. It also prevents owners from taking any action during the required notice period that would “preclude the city or its designee from succeeding to the contract or negotiating with the owner for purchase.”

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