Oregon Lifts 17-Year Ban on Inclusionary Zoning

Texas is known as the Lone Star State. Recently, it also became the lone state that prohibits mandatory inclusionary zoning (IZ), which allows local governments to require a percentage of affordable housing units to be included with new, market-rate developments.

Until earlier this month, the only other IZ holdout had been Oregon. But state lawmakers changed that by approving a four-bill housing package, ending Oregon’s 17-year-old ban on this affordable housing mandate. Click Source for more.

Source: Oregon Lifts 17-Year Ban on Inclusionary Zoning