The City of Grants Pass does not have a separate Housing Department per se, though it does support the development of both affordable housing, and market-rate housing, as well as provide a Housing Resources Directory that provides a description and contact information for state and local partners who provide services related to affordable housing, homeowner and homebuyer assistance and classes, weatherization, homelessness services, and other assistance. The availability of homes at all income levels is essential for a vibrant community. Research has shown that stable, affordable housing is critical to enabling families to attend to other needs, be self-sufficient and productive members of the community.

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Median income varied based on your household size. The median income for a family of four in Grants Pass in 2022 is $71,800.

Housing Affordability: Salary by occupation versus housing affordability. 

Housing Affordability chart

Housing Need: The current housing need calculated using US Census Bureau data is illustrated below. More information may be found in the Housing Needs Analysis completed in 2021.


Contact Us

  1. Amber Neeck
    Housing and Neighborhood Specialist
    Email Amber Neeck

    101 NW A Street
    Grants Pass, OR 97526
    Ph: 541-450-6068