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Plans, Policies and Reports
This page contains the latest versions of the guiding policies and program goals for the Community Development Commission. If you cannot find the document you are looking for, please contact us.
Public Notice FY 2021-22 Action Plan Substantial Amendment
FY 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)
The Sonoma County Community Development Commission has prepared a draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for projects related to affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and homeless services funded and completed during the 2020-2021 reporting period. This report specifically highlights the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) and HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME)
FY 2021-2022 Action Plan Draft
Every year, Sonoma County receives funds from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for activities such as the creation of affordable housing and providing needed public services that benefit low-income households in our community. A draft of the Sonoma County 2021-2022 One Year Action Plan for use of these funds has been prepared and is available for review and comment. All of the projects included in the FY 2021-2022 Draft Action Plan for federal community development funding address one or more of the specific objectives outlined in the 2020 Five-Year Consolidated Plan and are activities that will benefit predominantly low- and moderate-income persons, or assist in the elimination of slums and blight.
PUBLIC NOTICE FY 2019-2020 Action Plan Substantial Amendment
A Substantial Amendment to the Sonoma County Consolidated Plan 2019-2020 One Year Action Plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors on November 10, 2020. All of the projects included in the FY 2019-2020 One-Year Action Plan for federal CDBG, HOME and ESG funding address one or more of the specific objectives outlined in the 2015 Consolidated Plan and will benefit predominantly low- and moderate-income persons, or assist in the elimination of slums and blight. This amendment will enable addition of funds to respond to the impacts of COVID-19.
Special Meeting Item(PDF: 304 kB)
Draft Action Plan Substantial Amendment
“A draft of a Substantial Amendment to the Sonoma County Consolidated Plan 2019-2020 One Year Action Plan has been prepared and is available for review and comment from October 19 –October 23, 2020. All of the projects included in the FY 2019-2020 One-Year Action Plan for federal CDBG, HOME and ESG funding address one or more of the specific objectives outlined in the 2015 Consolidated Plan and will benefit predominantly low- and moderate-income persons, or assist in the elimination of slums and blight. This amendment will enable addition of funds to respond to the impacts of COVID-19.
Adoption of the FY 2019-2020 One-Year Action Plan Substantial Amendment is scheduled for November 10, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors. Written and oral comments will be forwarded to HUD with the FY 2019-2020 Action Plan Substantial Amendment. For more information, call Kirsten Larsen, Construction Services Manager, at (707) 565-7526 (TDD (707) 565-7555).
Download Draft 2020-21 Action Plan Amendment (PDF: 177 kB)
We are committed to creating more pathways to housing and resources in a way that promotes equity, sustainability, and resiliency. Our guiding documents analyze where barriers exist and/or propose solutions for how the CDC and the wider community can overcome them.
- 2019 Three Year Strategic Plan
- 2012 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing
- Citizen Participation Plan (PDF: 203 kB) (Last Updated June 2020)
- Language Access Plan (Last Updated November 2019)
- Public Housing Authority Five-Year Plan(PDF: 516 kB) (2020-2025)
- Sonoma County Residential Antidisplacement and Relocation Assistance Plan (PDF: 132KB)
- 2014 Sonoma County's 10-Year Homeless Action Plan
For residents of Arthur St. Property
2020 Consolidated Plan
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 5-year plan identifies the needs of lower-income persons in the locality and the proposed actions to be taken to serve those needs. For each year during the Consolidated Plan period, the Commission submits an Action Plan outlining the proposed projects to serve lower-income persons in Sonoma County, and a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) to highlight yearly accomplishments toward Action Plan goals.
2015 Consolidated Plan
- FY 19/20 CAPER (Coming Fall/Winter 2020)
- FY 19/20 Action Plan (Updated June 7 2019)
- Draft FY 19/20 Action Plan Substantial Amendment 1 (PDF: 234kB)
- Draft FY 19/20 Action Plan Substantial Amendment 2 (PDF: 181 kB)
- FY 18/19 CAPER
- FY 18/19 Action Plan
- FY 17/18 CAPER
- FY 17/18 Action Plan
- FY 16/17 CAPER
- FY 16/17 Action Plan
- FY 15/16 CAPER
- 2015 Five Year Consolidated Plan
- Permanent Local Housing Allocation program
The principal goal of this program is to make funding available to eligible local governments in California for housing-related projects and programs that assist in addressing the unmet housing needs of their local communities. Sonoma County has been allocated $899,393 in formula funds for 2019-2020, and an estimated $5,396,358 over the next five years.
CDC grant and loan recipients must follow the appropriate policies governing the source of funding for their award.
Research and Reports
Commission staff follow best practices for achieving housing and homeless services goals for the County. Below are reports and compilations of studies from both primary data-collection and secondary research that have helped shape some of the practices and policies of the Commission.