Plans, Policies and Reports
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), requires jurisdictions receiving federal funds from Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, and Federal Emergency Solutions Grant programs to develop and submit a Consolidated Plan. The plan identifies the needs of lower-income persons in the locality and the actions to be taken to serve those needs. The 5-year plan identifies the needs of lower-income persons in the locality and the actions to be taken to serve those needs. Consolidated Plan funds are used for projects that improve the quality of living for lower-income residents.
For each five-year period, the Commission must submit an annual Action Plan outlining proposed projects, and a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) to report on how well Action Plan goals were met.
Consolidated Plan Timetable
As part of the Consolidated Plan, eligible housing and community development projects are solicited annually from participating cities, nonprofit organizations, and other public agencies.
The major steps in the funding cycle are as follows:
Housing Authority Administrative Plan
The purpose of the administrative plan is to establish policies for carrying out the programs in a manner consistent with HUD requirements and local goals contained in our agency's plan.
Housing Authority Admin Plan
Last updated July 2018