Affordable Housing Commission
What is affordable housing?
Affordable housing is a statewide issue, and municipalities in Washington State are taking steps to address this issue in various ways. Housing is considered "affordable" if the household is paying no more than 30% of their income for housing costs, including utilities. A household is "cost-burdened" if more than 30% of household income is paid towards housing and utility costs. In the City of Dayton, 46% of renter households and 40% of owner households are cost-burdened. Efforts to reduce the number of cost-burdened households will directly benefit the entire community by offering aid to achieving resiliency and creating an economically strong, vibrant, and healthy community.
|Dain Nysoe (CHAIR)||Nov. 11, 2022|
|Scott Hudson||Feb. 18, 2023|
|Shawn Brown||Feb. 18, 2022|
|Derik Bernhardt||Feb. 18, 2024|
|Garret Warren (Vice-Chair)||Feb. 18, 2024|
Commission information updated June, 2021.
Resources & Other Information
- AHC Rules of Procedure
- Municipal Research Services Center - Affordable Housing
- Department of Commerce - Housing