Program Plans & Reports
Housing Program Annual Action Plans, Consolidated Plans, & Reporting DocumentsAs a requirement of receiving grant funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the jurisdiction must provide planning and reporting documents as required by the funding sources.
Consolidated PlanTo receive its annual CDBG and HOME entitlement grants from HUD, the City must develop a Consolidated Plan every five years. The Consolidated Plan is a comprehensive assessment of the City's housing and community development needs for the short and long term, including housing, homelessness, economic development, and public services (e.g. health and human service programs). The Consolidated Plan also includes strategies for addressing the identified needs, which are intended to guide the City's use of CDBG and HOME funds over a five-year period. The current plan is for years 2015-2020 (Fiscal years 2015/2016- 2019/2020)
Consolidated Plan: 2015 - 2020
Annual Action PlanEach year the City is required to submit an Action Plan indicating how the City plans to use the funds it will receive from HUD to address the priority needs identified in the Consolidated Plan. This plan details the programs and projects to be funded each year. The Action Plan also outlines the proposed outcomes for the funded activities.
Annual Action Plan: 2017 - 2018
Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation ReportsAt the conclusion of each program year, the City is required by HUD to report on its progress toward meeting the goals and objectives of the annual Action Plan and five-year Consolidated Plan.
CAPER for 2017-2018
CAPER for 2015-2016
CAPER for 2014-2015
Citizen Participation PlanThe jurisdiction is required to adopt a citizen participation plan that sets forth the jurisdiction's policies and procedures for citizen participation as well as provide for and encourage citizens to participate in the development of any consolidated plan, any substantial amendment to the consolidated plan, and the performance report. These requirements are designed especially to encourage participation by low- and moderate-income persons, particularly those living in slum and blighted areas and in areas where CDBG funds are proposed to be used, and by residents of predominantly low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, as defined by the jurisdiction.
Citizen Participation Plan
Analysis of Impediments to Fair HousingThis plan identifies impediments to fair housing, conditions in which individuals of similar income levels in the same housing market may have housing choice influenced by race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, age, sex, disability, martial status, familial status, source of income, sexual orientation or similar factors. The AI reviews public and private policies, practices and procedures affecting housing choice and recommends actions to address any identified potential impediments.
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing