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Affordable Housing Fund


The Affordable Housing Fund (AHF) supports people experiencing very low-income in Vancouver through affordable housing development, rental assistance and homelessness services. In 2016, voters approved a $42 million property tax levy to support AHF projects through 2023. In 2023, this levy was renewed by voters to provide $100 million in AHF funding from 2024 through 2033.

The City will make funding available to community partners for projects and programs that:


The 2024 Affordable Housing Fund (AHF) applications are closed. If you are a housing developer or service provider, please email Hayley Woodbridge at to be notified about future applications.

If you live in Vancouver, WA and are seeking rental assistance or other housing services, please contact the Housing Hotline at 360-695-9677

Housing Stories

Please take a moment to check out the Housing Story: Turning Darkness into Purpose.

2024 AHF Key Details

Eligible Affordable Housing Fund Recipients

Developers, nonprofits, and other housing providers whose projects will provide housing for low-income households in Vancouver are eligible to apply for the AHF. Through the City selection process, priority will be given to applicants with a demonstrated ability to develop, own, and/or manage affordable housing.

Eligible Recipients:

Ineligible Recipients:

To be added to the waitlist for AHF applications, please email Hayley Woodbridge at



For more information about the Affordable Housing Fund, please contact Samantha Whitley, Community Development Manager, at

Affordable Housing Fund Investments Dashboard

Affordable Housing Fund Investment | City of Vancouver Open Data Hub (

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