What you need to know for March 11 Housing Opportunity Day

Housing Opportunity Day is tomorrow, March 11, and we expect a record turn out. Here’s what you need to know:

1) Location

First United Methodist Church

600 State St, Salem, OR 97301

(Google Map)

Note: the original event listing said we’d be meeting on the capitol steps. 

2) Agenda

Doors open at 9:15. Some meetings start in the morning. Click here to view the day’s agenda

3) Meeting with Legislators

Housing Alliance staff will assign you to legislative meetings. You will be provided with your meeting information, some talking points and guidance upon arrival. 

4) Speaking with legislators

Wondering what to say to your legislator? Click here for some tips. The most important thing is that you tell a story from your experience and your heart. We’ll have team leads who can handle the technical details of bills. We need you to share your unique story. 

5) The Housing Opportunity Agenda

You will be provided with the Housing Opportunity Agenda and other issue one-pagers at the event. However, it is helpful to check out the agenda ahead of time. Click here to view the agenda.

6) Parking

If you haven’t already made transportation accommodations, there is some parking at the church. A limited number of day-long street parking passes will also be available for purchase at check-in. 

7) Meals

Food and beverages will be provided for free in the morning, for lunch and throughout the day. 

More questions?

Dial 503-226-3001 x112 for Omar Carrillo or email him at ocarrillo@neighborhoodpartnerships.org

Thank you for committing to be a part of Housing Opportunity Day!