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Beech Street Apartments

Beech Street - NE Portland- Home Forward

Beech Street Apartments Built in 2014, Beech Street Apartments is a four-story apartment community with 32 one-, two-, and three-bedroom homes, two of which have physical accomodations for accessibility.  The community provides alcohol and drug-free housing for individuals and their families who are actively participating in recovery.  The apartments have project-based Section 8 subsidy so residents […]

Celilo Court

Celilo Court - NE Portland- Home Forward

Celio Court Celilo Court is a public housing apartment community with 28 two and three-bedroom townhomes, including two that have physical accommodations for accessibility.  It is located in the Parkrose neighborhood of Northeast Portland.  Renovations in 2010 added eco-friendly features such as energy efficient furnaces, gas water heaters and appliances. # of Units Unit Type […]

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Attention residents

As some of you may have heard, on August 20th 2023 the Portland Water Bureau’s regular testing of water quality detected small amounts of the bacteria Cryptosporidium. Since learning of this, Home Forward staff has been in contact with the Portland Water Bureau.

We have been assured that healthy individuals can and should continue using water as normal.

If you are immunocompromised or are taking an immunosuppressive drug, you can kill any potential cryptosporidium bacteria by boiling your water for 1 minute before consuming.

  • If you are boiling the water to drink, let the water cool.
  • Iodine and Chlorine do not kill this bacteria, and to treat for potential bacteria you should boil the water.
  • If you have questions please reach out to your property manager or resident services coordinator.

Please visit the Center for Disease Control website to get additional information.