Idaho Care Line Quick Referral – 2-1-1
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Supreme Court vs. Neighborhood Segregation
In a surprising move on Thursday, the United States’ highest court ruled that policies even inadvertently relegating minorities to poor areas violate the Fair Housing Act.
Expanding housing choices has benefits far beyond fair housing compliance; housing diversity is equally important for community and economic development strategies.
We hope to update and expand these resources to be more useful to local and state policy makers and housing stakeholders. This data can help inform a larger statewide housing needs assessment and resource allocation process. See also “What Every City and County Needs to Know’ for additional information from the 2011 Analysis of Impediments.
County data sets for demographics, poverty and housing/transportation cost burden.
Conducting a local housing needs assessment
Current perception and attitudes towards U.S. housing market
Center for Budget and Policy Priorities
Rental listing and locator services: www.housingidaho.com
The city of Twin Falls and the Intermountain Fair Housing Council are hosting a workshop on the Fair Housing Act, Support Animals and Reasonable Accommodations, and Limited English Proficiency Compliance Requirements.
May 28, 2015
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Mountain Time.
To register click on the link below
Fair Housing Workshop
For more information contact:
Brian Dale at 208-334-1088 ext. 3005
Please, contact the Intermountain Fair Housing Council below for any reasonable accommodation needed for the event.
Zoe Ann Olson of the Intermountain Fair Housing Council at 208-383-0695, x 306 or firstname.lastname@example.org.