Skyline Street Lighting project will be awarded to NorthEast Electric of Woodland Washington

Skyline Mailbox Replacement - No bids received





None at this time





Request for Proposals (RFP) and Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) - Rental Subsidy Program


The Vancouver Housing Authority (VHA) is seeking proposals from developers and/or owners of multifamily rental properties to participate in a locally-created rental subsidy program.   The local program will “buy-down” rents at a market rate apartment property (not subsidized or receiving tax credits) so that the units within the complex that are designated by the owner will become affordable for, and only available to, households at or below 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI). If selected, an owner would receive funds from the VHA to offset the amount the project would require to reduce apartment rents to reach the affordable level.

The RFP/NOFA is available for download below, or at the VHA Reception Desk, 2500 Main Street, Vancouver, WA  98660.

Rental Subsidy Program RFP/NOFA - PDF

Rental Subsidy Program RFP/NOFA - Word

Applications accepted on ongoing basis until VHA has fully committed program funds. Applications should be submitted to:

Vancouver Housing Authority
Attn: David Overbay
2500 Main Street
Vancouver, WA   98660




VHA welcomes proposals from private developers/investors for the sale, master lease with option to purchase, or other disposition to VHA, of new or existing multifamily developments in Clark County, Washington.   Preferred proposals will be for developments of between 120 and 180 units, located in employment growth areas and/or areas with a shortage of decent, safe and affordable housing.  Proposals should include a description of the development in sufficient detail to permit VHA to evaluate the feasibility of operating the development to provide housing to low- and moderate-income persons.  Please address inquiries to Executive Director Roy Johnson.



There are four main areas of purchasing at the VHA:


The VHA contracts for property management and client services. Requests for Proposals are publicized in local media and are posted here on our website.


The VHA Development Department works to increase the amount of quality, affordable housing in Clark County. Developments have included special needs properties for seniors and disabled people, homes for first-time home buyers, tax-credit and bond-financed affordable apartment buildings, and multi-use developments that revitalize neighborhoods by providing housing for a mix of income levels.

Specifications for these developments are posted at area plan centers.

Construction and Renovation

The VHA's commitment to high standards of quality requires periodic renovation as properties age. Specifications for these projects are posted at area plan centers.

Please contact your local plan center if you are interested in bidding on this type of work for the VHA.


Vancouver Housing Authority is an equal opportunity employer.