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Consolidated Planning –HUD CPD Programs. Centers for Independent Living Training November 5, 2009 . Today’s Session. Overview of HUD CPD CDBG HOME ESG HOPWA Stimulus (NSP, CDBG-R, HPRP) What is a Consolidated Plan? Which Consolidated Plan applies? Citizen participation

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Consolidated Planning –HUD CPD Programs

Centers for Independent Living Training

November 5, 2009 


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Today’s Session

  • Overview of HUD CPD

    • CDBG

    • HOME

    • ESG

    • HOPWA

    • Stimulus (NSP, CDBG-R, HPRP)

  • What is a Consolidated Plan?

  • Which Consolidated Plan applies?

  • Citizen participation

  • Questions and Answers


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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

  • Administered by Virginia since 1982

  • Serves Non-Entitlement localities

  • Approximately $20 million a year


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CDBG Information

  • Program Design establishes overall goals and objectives

  • All CDBG projects must meet at least one of the 3 National Objectives

    • LMI Benefit

    • Slum and Blight Removal

    • Needs of a Particular Urgency

  • Local Governments are the only eligible applicants for CDBG


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Available CDBG Funding:

Open Submission Programs

  • Grants are awarded based on projects meeting the eligibility thresholds.

  • Non-competitive, available on a first come basis, as long as funds remain.

  • Planning Grants

  • Construction-Ready Water and Sewer

  • Community Economic Development

  • Community Development Innovation

  • Urgent Needs

Open January 1 – September 30

Open January 1 – October 31


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Available CDBG Funding:

Competitive Grants

  • Approximately $10 million available

  • Proposals due each spring

  • Project Types

    • Comprehensive– target at least two major activities, such as water, sewer, housing

    • Economic Development– create jobs or business opportunities or enhance economic environment

    • Housing– bring homes to HQS or support development for new housing units

    • Community Facility– water / wastewater services, drainage improvements

    • Community Service Facility– workforce training, health care, daycare associated with economic development


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CDBG Information

http://www.dhcd.virginia.gov/CommunityDevelopmentRevitalization/Community_Development_Block_Grant_Program.htm

Keith Sherrill

Policy Analyst

804-371-7055

[email protected]

Chris Thompson

ProgramManager

804-371-7056

[email protected]


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HOME Program

  • Created by the National Affordable Housing Program Act of 1990

  • Program intent:

    • Provide decent affordable housing to lower-income households

    • Expand the capacity of non-profit housing providers

    • Strengthen the ability of state and local governments to provide housing, and

    • Leverage private sector participation


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HOME-Funded Activities

  • Homeowner Rehabilitation

  • Homebuyer Activities

  • Rental Housing

  • Tenant-Based Rental Assistance

  • Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDO)


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HOME Program - Homeowner Rehabilitation

  • Can be used to assist existing homeowners with repair, rehabilitation, or reconstruction of owner-occupied units

  • Forms of assistance (grants, deferred-payment loans, non-interest bearing loan, interest-bearing loan)

  • Can NOT do just special interest repair like weatherization or accessibility alone (only as a part of a more comprehensive scope of work that brings the unit up to HOME standards

  • Owner occupied, at or below 80 percent AMI


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HOME Program - Homebuyer Activities

  • Can be used for acquisition, acquisition/rehabilitation, new construction

  • Forms of assistance (grants, deferred-payment loans, below-market rate loans, loan guarantees)

  • Can include down-payment assistance, gap financing, and development subsidies

  • Owner occupied, at or below 80 percent AMI

  • Required affordability period based on amount of HOME investment


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HOME Program - Rental Housing

  • Can be used for acquisition, new construction, or rehabilitation of rental housing

  • Forms of assistance (grants, deferred-payment loans, non-interest bearing loan, interest-bearing loan, interest subsidy, equity investment, loan guarantees)

  • Project with five or more units 20 percent must be at or below 50 percent AMI (balance up to 80 percent)

  • Required affordability period based on amount of HOME investment


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HOME Program - Tenant-Based Rental Assistance

  • A rental subsidy to help households afford housing costs (rent, security deposits, and utility deposits in some cases)

  • Like Section 8 Voucher

  • Can assist up to 80 percent AMI

  • Annually at least 90 percent assisted must be at or below 60 percent AMI


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HOME Program - Community Housing Development Organization

  • 15 percent required allocation of funding to CHDOs

  • Non-profit community-based housing developers

  • Program designed to grow CHDO capacity


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How is HOME allocated?

  • Formula allocation

  • Local Governments (threshold required)

  • HOME Consortium (threshold required)


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HUD HOME Program

Homeowner rehabilitation

Homebuyer activities

Rental housing

TBRA

CHDO activities

DHCD Action Plan (example)

Indoor Plumbing and Rehabilitation (homeowner rehab)

Down Payment Assistance Program (homebuyer activities)

Affordable and Special Needs Housing Program (rental housing and homebuyer activities)

CHDO Set aside and CHDO operation (CHDO activities)

HOME program applied


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DHCD HOME Program Contacts

  • Affordable and Special Needs Housing

    Kevin Hobbs

    (804) 371-7120

    [email protected]

  • Down Payment Assistance

    Johnette Powell

    (804) 371-7117

    [email protected]

  • Indoor Plumbing and Rehabilitation

    Joanne Peerman

    (804) 371 -7071

    [email protected]


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ESG Program

  • HUD -Emergency Shelter (Solution) Grant Program

    • Shelter Operations

    • Essential Services

    • Prevention

    • Development and Rehabilitation

  • DHCD –Emergency Shelter (Solution) Grant Program

    • Primarily Shelter Operations

    • Future changes???


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How is ESG allocated?

  • Entitlements (meeting thresholds)

    • Newport News

    • Richmond

    • Roanoke

    • Virginia Beach

    • Fairfax

    • Prince William

  • Balance (remaining) of state -DHCD


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DHCD ESG Contact

Nicole Poulin

(804) 371-7113

[email protected]


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HOPWA Program

  • HUD –Housing Opportunities for Person With Aids Program

    • Facility based operations

    • Short-term rent mortgage assistance

    • Tenant-based rent assistance

    • Support services

    • Resource Identification

    • Development and Rehabilitation

    • Other categories

  • DHCD –HOPWA Program

    • Short-term rent mortgage assistance

    • Tenant-based rental assistance

    • Support services (limited)


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DHCD HOPWA Contact

Nicole Poulin

(804) 371-7113

[email protected]


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HUD CPD –Stimulus Funds

  • Substantial Amendments to Action Plans

  • Funding allocations have been completed

  • CDBG-R

  • NSP

  • HPRP


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Summary

  • Consolidated Plans/Action Plans cover HUD CPD Programs

  • Jurisdiction and program of interest determines which Consolidated Plan/Action Plan (for example State vs. Richmond city) applies

  • HUD CPD programs are applied in limited and specific ways according to Action Plans


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Exercise #1

Which Consolidated Plan/Action Plan should you reference?

1. HOME program for Richmond city

project?

2. ESG program for Henrico county?

3. CDBG Project for Wytheville?

4. HOPWA program for Danville?


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Exercise #2

Identify a project that your group would like to complete, what HUD CPD program (s) might be a good resource for the project, and which Action Plan (s) should you reference.

Be prepared to share a short description of your project and tell us what HUD CPD program (s) and what Action Plan (s) apply.


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Consolidated Plan Components

  • Completed 3-5 years

  • Needs Assessments

    • Community Development

    • Housing

    • Homelessness

  • Strategic Plan

    • Priorities

    • Objectives and Goals

  • Action Plans (completed every year for each of the Con Plan years)

  • Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report; the CAPER (annual for each of the Action Plan years)


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Consolidated Plan Process

  • For both the five year Consolidated Plan and the annual Action Plans

  • Data Collection and Analysis

  • Consultations

  • Citizen Participation

  • Prioritization and Strategic Planning

  • Public Input and Citizen Participation

  • Submission to HUD

  • HUD Approval and Fund Allocation


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Non-entitlement Area Action Plan Participation Timeline

  • Program Specific Input Session

    • December – February Held in various locations across the state

  • Public Comment Period

    • April - May

    • Posted online

  • Public Hearings

    • May


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Exercise #3

Identify ways that your group can participate in the Consolidated Plan/Action Plan?


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Questions?

Shea Hollifield

[email protected]

(804) 371-7031

Lyndsi Austin

[email protected]

(804) 371-7122


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