Housing Washington 2022

Housing Washington 2022

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$0 – $199

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Spokane Convention Center

334 West Spokane Falls Boulevard

Spokane, WA 99201

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Housing Washington returns to a live, in-person event this year at the Spokane Convention Center on October 2-3, 2022!

About this event

Housing Washington presents a hybrid conference for 2022. The event features a series of free virtual events on Sept. 29 and 30, and Oct. 7 and 14, to complement a live, fee-required in-person event at the Spokane Convention Center, in Spokane, Washington on October 2-3.

The in-person live conference event begins Sunday, Oct. 2 with late afternoon sessions followed by the Friend of Housing Awards reception and continues Monday, Oct. 3 with a full day of programming. Conference fees apply and registration is required. Virtual events are included in the full conference registration.

To register, click on “Tickets” where you will find two registration types. If registering for virtual events only, select “Pre- and Post-Virtual Program Only” and proceed with registration. Registration for the in-person event includes automatic access to the virtual programming. Select “Full Conference Ticket” and proceed with registration and payment.

Housing Washington is Washington state’s most significant resource for affordable housing guidance, innovation, and solutions. Led by the Washington State Housing Finance Commission in partnership with the Washington State Department of Commerce and Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, the annual conference enhances the skills, vision, and understanding of professionals working in affordable housing in Washington state and challenges them to work toward racial equity and social justice.

The event presents a comprehensive educational program, including special events and networking opportunities, designed to cultivate conversations, collaborations, and productive engagement to advance an affordable housing agenda that serves to break down barriers for people of color and others who have been systemically excluded.

For more conference details visit: Housing Washington

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