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Tag Archives: pocatello
Fair Housing Training: Idaho Falls
The Idaho Housing and Finance Association’s (IHFA) Idaho Falls Branch Office—in partnership with the cities of Pocatello and Idaho Falls—is helping promote a fair housing training by the Intermountain Fair Housing Council on June 1st, 2023.
Where: The Colonial Theater, 450 A Street Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Boise, ID April 5th and 6th (see below for additional dates and locations)
The Idaho Fair Housing Forum, U.S. Attorney’s Office, HUD and Intermountain Fair Housing Council are hosting a Fair Housing Celebration and Workshop focused on Basic Fair Housing topics on April 5, 2016, and April 6, 2016.
Featuring Idaho’s U.S. Attorney Wendy Olson and HUD’s Kristina Miller among others, the workshop will focus on the Fair Housing Act, Support Animals and Reasonable Accommodations, Addressing Hate Acts Under Federal Law and Fair Housing Compliance from a Housing Provider Attorney Perspective. The event is offered as either an on-site training at Boise City Hall or via webcast at the same time, registration links for both options are below. It will run from 8:00 AM to 4:15 PM Mountain.
For more information contact Brian Dale at HUD’s Idaho Field Office (208-334-1088 ext. 3005); or Zoe Ann Olson of the Intermountain Fair Housing Council at 208-383-0695 or .
Please contact us for any reasonable accommodation needed for the event.
March 19 Section 3 Training Offered in Pocatello
The City of Pocatello’s Neighborhood and Community Services Division is sponsoring a Section 3 Workshop on Monday, March 19 in City Hall. The training is listed on the HUD website as shown in the following paragraph. You can click here or on the link below to register, or contact Cass at 208-234-6188 for more information.