City CDBG Hosted Community Events

The City is proud to host community events throughout the year that are designed to educate and benefit area residents. Please see below for upcoming events or information from recent events.

2020 Inland Northwest
Fair Housing Virtual Conference

We can’t meet in person this year, but Fair Housing and civil rights
discussions are as important as ever!

The Inland Northwest Fair Housing Conference Planning Committee

invites you to join our  Virtual Training Sessions
Click here to Register for the $30 Conference Pass* to attend any or all of the following Fair Housing Basics Core Series and Hot Topic Sessions          

Certificates of attendance provided after completion of Core Series
  • Links to recorded sessions provided if unable to attend scheduled dates  
  • Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device. 
  • Viewable on one device per attendee.
  • Each attendee must have their own registration 
*For multiple viewers on one device, please contact
*A limited number of fee waivers are available for extremely low-income individuals (<30% AMI). Submit requests for a waiver application to 


Statewide Fair Housing Training Online--May 11, 2020--2 pm to 4 pm MT

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Fair Housing: The 7 Protected Classes. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Join Legal Coordinator, Alison Brace and IFHC's Council, Ken Nagy for a look at the Fair Housing Act's seven protected classes. Ken and Alison will discuss the basics of the Fair Housing Act and then dive into hot topics regarding protected classes. The presenters will cover assistance animals, reasonable accommodations, sex-based stereo typing, and more.

Register at



Have questions regarding special accommodations? Please contact the CDBG Community Development Specialist at least 24 hours prior to the event in order to ensure arrangements.

CDBG Community Development Specialist