All In Lane County

On January 10, 2023, Oregon Governor Tina Kotek declared an Emergency Declaration Due to Homelessness. The declaration took effect on Jan. 10, 2023, and will remain in effect until Jan. 10, 2024, unless rescinded or renewed by the Governor. Efforts related to the Emergency Declaration will be under the ALL IN Oregon umbrella term. 

The All In Lane County lead committee is the MAC (Multi-Agency Coordinating) group. It was created to provide strategic coordination in Lane County to progress the outcomes in the executive order.

Geographic Areas Included

The geographic areas included in the emergency correspond with federally designated continuums of care. A Continuum of Care (CoC) is a regional or local planning body that coordinates housing and services funding for families and individuals experiencing homelessness. Please find a map of the continuums of care here.

  • Metro region Continuums of Care (Portland, Gresham/Multnomah, Hillsboro, Beaverton/Washington County, and Clackamas County Continuums of Care)
  • Central Oregon
  • Eugene, Springfield/Lane County
  • Medford, Ashland/Jackson County
  • Salem/Marion, Polk Counties

Statewide Outcomes

The Governor has requested that the legislature approve a $130 million early investment package as soon as possible to achieve the stated goals:

  • Prevent 8,750 households from becoming homeless statewide;
  • Add 600 low-barrier shelter beds in emergency areas;
  • Rehouse at least 1,200 unsheltered households in emergency areas.

All In MAC Group

A local ALL IN Lane County Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC) Group has been created for interagency management, planning, coordination, and operational leadership to provide strategic coordination, identify resources and manage goals.

The ALL IN MAC group plan was accepted by Oregon Housing and Community Services on March 17, 2023.

Lane County ALL IN MAC Group (PDF) →

MAC Plan Documents

On March 17, 2023 Oregon Housing and Community Services approved the ALL IN Lane County Plan documents.

MAC Plan Overview (PDF) →

Regional Planning (PDF) →

ALL IN Lane County Plan Development Process (PDF) →

ALL IN Programs/Projects


Lane County ALL IN will work to achieve the following regional outcomes:

  • 741 Households Stabilize and do not Experience Homelessness
  • 230 New, Quality, Low-barrier Emergency Shelter Beds are Created
  • 247 Households are Re-housed from the Street to Permanent Housing


Join a TaskGroup focused on one of the three ALL IN Outcomes.

Contact the name below to be added to the distribution list

If you are seeking housing or shelter assistance please call 211 or go to the Lane County Coordinated Entry Website