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    Office of Housing and Community Development - April 30, 2008 Office of Housing and Community Development - April 30, 2008 Presentation Transcript

    • Housing PhillyStat Presentation Plan for Philadelphia: 1. Public Safety 2. Education 3. Jobs & Economic Development 4. Healthy and Sustainable Communities 5. Ethics 6. Customer Service and a High Performing Government 9/8/2008 Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Housing- PhillyStat Presentation April 2008 • Office of Housing Planned Results • Office of Housing Performance Measures • Customer Service Standards • Follow Up Items from March - Impact of Basic Systems & Weatherization Programs - Mapping of Population Trends Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Housing- Core Results The Office of Housing & Community Development (and its delegate agencies) has determined it is positioned to support the following City core result: Promoting healthy and sustainable communities by: - Providing affordable housing through new construction & rehabilitation. - Assisting households through counseling services - Preservation of existing homeowner property through grants & loans. - Providing community gardening & the greening of public land Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- Performance Measures Performance measures on units developed and returns on dollars invested Defined Performance Measurements for Housing Production Other (non-City) Funds Leveraged in Office of • Housing Developments Number of New Affordable Housing Units Created • Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- Cost of Development (per unit) Housing Production Costs are Increasing D e v e lo p m e n t C o s t s a r e R i s in g $350,000 $300,000 Per Unit Total Development Cost $250,000 H o m e o w n e rs h ip $200,000 R e n ta l $150,000 S p e c ia l N e e d s $100,000 $50,000 $0 2 0 0 4 -2 0 0 5 2 0 0 6 -2 0 0 7 2 0 0 8 -2 0 0 9 P ip e lin e (E s t im a t e d ) F i sc a l Y e a r C o m p l e te d Per Unit Total Development Costs Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- City Subsidy (per Unit) Remains Constant City Subsidy Per Unit Remains Steady $120,000 $100,000 City Subsidy Per Unit $80,000 Homeownership $60,000 Rental Special Needs $40,000 $20,000 $0 2004-2005 2006-2007 2008-2009 Pipeline (Estimated) Fiscal Year Completed Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- Funds Leveraged Have Increased (per Unit) Housing Production Leveraged Funds Have Increased Per Unit Non-City Funds Leveraged $250,000 $200,000 Homeownership $150,000 Rental $100,000 Special Needs $50,000 $0 2004-2005 2006-2007 2008-2009 Pipeline (Estimated) Fiscal Year Completed Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- Customer Service Standards Develop Customer Service Standards Programs are varied and delivered by contracting parties. Delivery standards will be developed for each. Examples of standards are as follows: Repairs through the Heater Hotline for priority cases will be completed within 72 hours of the initial call from the applicant. The Office of Housing guarantees the delivery of all settlement grant checks within three weeks of the receipt of a completed application. Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Housing Follow Up Issues from March • Provide data on families who were able to stay in homes as a result of Basic Systems & Weatherization repairs • Provide data on Population Trends Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- Follow up Issues Provide data on families who were able to stay in homes due to Weatherization & Basic Systems Grants Number of Households Preserved 3,000 2,500 2,000 No. of Households BSRP* 1,500 No. of Households WAP** 1,000 500 0 28 29 30 31 32 33 2,167 2,639 2,672 2,801 2,522 2,109 No. of Households BSRP* 1,574 1,476 1,186 922 1,019 733 No. of Households WAP** Department City of Philadelphia CDBG Year Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing- Follow up Issues- Population Trends vs. Recent Housing Production M pLe nd a ge 2 7N wC nstr 00 e o uctionbyN m e fU its u b ro n U its n 4-11 . ! . 12-25 ! . ! 26-56 . ! 57-75 ! . 76-288 P p la nR teo h ng 99 -2 0 o u tio a fC a e(1 0 00 ) -100%--5 % 0 -49 %--2 % .99 5 -24 %-0% .99 01 .0 %-5 % 0 5 .0 0 1%-1 % 00 1 0 %-1,7 0.2 0 .01 3 3% C eInitia rim tiveDistricts DistrictsInc de lu d N t Inc e o 9/8/2008 lud d Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing 1. Performance Measures 2. Customer Service Standards & Redress 3. Follow Up Issues - Supply vs. Demand - Mayor’s Homelessness Plan Department City of Philadelphia 4/30/2008 Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing- Performance Measures Proposed Performance Measures 1. Closing the front door to homelessness by retaining housing (% of grant recipients who did not present for emergency housing placement within 12 months of receipt of prevention assistance) 2. Opening the back door out of homelessness (% of households who moved from transitional housing and into appropriate housing situations) Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing- Performance Measure #1 (Closing the front door to homelessness by retaining housing) Progress Measure: 2007 Retention Program Assistance Total Category Total Number of Cost If We Category Awards Awards Had Sheltered $261,582 Delinquent Rental 319 $4,075,225 $ 13,923 Delinquent Utility Delinquent $102,610 Mortgage FY 07 Highlight Mortgage 91 $1,488,080 $102,610 Foreclosure Grants Department City of Philadelphia 4/30/2008 Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing-Performance Measure #2 (Opening the back door out of homelessness) Progress Measure: 2007 Transitional Housing Placements P e o p l e W h o L e ft O S H • T ra n s i tiout n 471) of the people who left OSH transitional housing 83% (383 o of a l H o u s in g went to positive housing placements (FY07). 19% 33% P erm an en t H o u s in g (s u b s id iz e d ) P erm an en t 48% H o u s in g (u n s u b s i d i z e d ) O th e r • 83% (383 out of 471) of the people who left OSH transitional housing went to positive housing placements (FY07). 4/30/2008 Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing Customer Service Standards & Redress Retention Program: OSH will contact the creditor regarding the • client’s application for financial assistance the same day the client submits an application for assistance or the day the client comes into the office. Survey of service providers and clients to be completed by mid-May. Redress: Expedited payment to creditor. OSH Placements: OSH commits to placing clients in clean, safe, and • habitable housing sites. OSH will post standard at sites and give a copy of standard to the client. Follow up survey with client will be done by OSH five days after client placement. Redress: If client is dissatisfied and investigation confirms, formal notice will be sent to provider to abate issue within a specified time frame with copy of notice to client. If conditions merit, client will be relocated. 4/30/2008 Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing- Follow Up Supply vs. Demand Ho m e le s s Ho u s in g C o n tin u u m o f C a re In v e n to ry (2 0 0 7 ) In c lu d e s S tre e t Ho m e le s s , E m e rg e n c y , T ra n s itio n a l, a n d P e rm a n e n t Ho u s in g 12000 10622 10000 7230 7300 8000 6101 Beds 6000 In v e n to ry D e m and 4000 2000 0 S in g le s F am ilie s P op u latio n Gap: 4591 beds Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing- Follow Up Mayor’s Homeless Housing & Services Plan Housing Opportunity by Population 300 300 300 300 300 250 200 200 200 200 200 Quantity Quantity 150 Singles 100 Families 50 50 0 Anticipated 0 Result: 2050 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 housing opportunities Fiscal Year created 4/30/2008 Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Phillystat Presentation New Agenda Items Housing Trust Fund Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund Collections (Actual) Monthly Housing Trust Fund Earnings September 2005 -- January 2008 $1,400,000 $1,200,000 $1,000,000 Dollars $800,000 $600,000 $400,000 $200,000 $0 5 6 7 6 7 8 6 7 5 6 6 7 7 6 7 v-0 r-0 v-0 r-0 v-0 p-0 l-0 p-0 l-0 p-0 n-0 y-0 n-0 y-0 n-0 Ju Ju Ma Ma No No No Ja Ma Ja Ma Ja Se Se Se Month Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund Collections (Annualized in Dollars) 16,000,000 14,000,000 12,000,000 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 0 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2009 (projected) Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund – Use of Funding (3 Years) U N A L L O C A T ED P LAN UNALLO CATED P LAN U N F U N D ED InYRe33 f H o u s inofT$Cs t F u n d s Us o Millions B A L A ru E gN BALANCE Y R 32 BALANCE $1 ,0 00, 000 $0 $50 0, 000 $0 $5 00, 000 $ 500, 000 $2 ,00 0, 000 $1 ,5 00, 000 $0 $2 ,5 00, 000 $0 $ 2,5 00, 000 $ 2, 500, 000 $6 ,50 0, 000 $3 ,5 00, 000 $0 $3 ,7 35, 000 $0 $ 3,7 35, 000 $ 3, 735, 000 $10 ,97 0, 000 5% $1 ,2 47, 000 $0 $1 ,5 17, 000 $0 $ 1,5 17, 000 $0 $4 ,28 1, 000 Ne ig h b o rh o o d -B a s e d $1 ,4 65, 000 $1 ,4 65, 000 $50 0, 000 $50 0, 000 $5 00, 000 $ 500, 000 $2 ,46 5, 000 1 5% Ho m e o wn e rs h ip $ 2 .0 $3 54, 000 $0 $1 ,8 35, 000 $0 $ 1,8 35, 000 $0 $4 ,02 4, 000 $2 20, 000 $0 $71 8, 000 $0 $7 18, 000 $0 $1 ,65 6, 000 Ne w C o n s tru c tio n $4 89, 000 $0 $59 5, 000 $30 7, 942 $5 95, 000 $ 593, 912 $1 ,67 9, 000 16 % Ho m e o wn e rs h ip $ 6 .5 $0 $0 $1 ,2 00, 000 $0 $7 00, 000 $0 $1 ,90 0, 000 $8 11, 000 $0 $70 0, 000 $0 $7 00, 000 $0 $2 ,21 1, 000 Ne ig h b o rh o o d -B a s e d R e n ta l $9 14, 000 $0 $0 $0 $5 00, 000 $0 $1 ,41 4, 000 $0 $0 $20 0, 000 $0 $2 00, 000 $0 $40 0, 000 $ 1 1 .0 4% 11 ,5 00, 000 1,4 65, 000 14 ,0 00, 000 80 7, 942 1 4,0 00, 000 7, 828, 912 $39 ,50 0, 000 W e a th e riz a tio n & B S R P $ 4 .3 6 60, 926 2 57, 945 33 9, 074 33 9, 074 0 0 4% 6 60, 926 2 57, 945 33 9, 074 33 9, 074 0 0 T a rg e te d Ho u s in g P re s e rv a tio n $ 2 .5 12 ,1 60, 926 1,7 22, 945 14 ,3 39, 074 1 ,14 7,0 16 1 4,0 00, 000 7, 828, 912 Ho m e o wn e rs h ip R e h a b ilita tio n $ 4 .0 1,5 00, 000 0 0 A d a p tiv e M o d ific a tio n s $ 1 .7 10 ,4 27, 536 13 ,8 30, 223 9,0 69, 771 10 % 2 33, 390 71 9, 965 7 56, 332 12 ,1 60, 926 14 ,5 50, 188 9,8 26, 103 Ho m e le s s P re v e n tio n $ 1 .7 0 21 1, 114 (4,1 73, 897 ) P ro g ra m O p e ra tio n s $ 5 .9 2 9% 6% $2 ,0 00, 000 $6 ,5 00, 000 $10 ,9 70, 000 11% $4 ,2 81, 000 Department City of Philadelphia $2 ,4 65, 000 $4 ,0 24, 000 $1 ,6 56, 000 $1 ,6 79, 000 Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Office of Supportive Housing- Follow Up Housing Trust Funds- Annual Allocation for Homeless Prevention Retention Program 595,000 595,000 595,000 600,000 498,000 500,000 Amount of Dollars 400,000 300,000 200,000 Amount Allocated 100,000 Homeless 0 prevention by FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 legislation is (Proposed) 4-5% of total of HTF Fiscal Year 4/30/2008 Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Housing Trust Fund-Office of Supportive Housing Additional Housing Trust Fund Dollars for Homelessness Program Amount Purpose Rental Assistance $1,000,000 Rental assistance program for 40 families (special allocation over 3 years FY07) Neighborhood-based $2,680,000 To develop 92 units for Rental Program the homeless (awarded to homeless (Competitive RFP housing projects) Results, FY07) 4/30/2008 Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Philadelphia’s Core Federal Funding Continues to be Reduced • Philadelphia's Core Federal Funding 100 90 80 70 Amount in Millions 60 HOME 50 CDBG 40 30 20 10 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 16.325 16.265 17.034 16.994 16.293 15.375 15.278 14.800 HOME 71.676 69.444 63.763 63.067 59.722 53.718 53.643 51.738 CDBG Fiscal Year Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Diminishing Revenue • Anticipated continued reductions in federal funding. • Anticipated continued reductions in Housing Trust Funds earned due to slowdown in housing market. • Continued increases in cost of labor, construction, services, etc Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund – Potential Funding Sources City Tax Abatements- New taxes available at abatement expiration (estimated at $20 million annually) Realty Transfer Tax – A potential portion of a growing resource that has doubled (to an estimated $200 million annually) over the last five years due to increased home values. Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer
    • Agenda Topic-Housing Trust Fund Housing Trust Fund – Potential Funding Sources Inclusionary Housing Payments – A policy being reviewed by the City for new developments. Other Potential Sources: - Sale of Public Land - Fees from vacant property code violations - Matching funds from proposed State Housing Trust Department City of Philadelphia Create PDF with GO2PDF for free, if you wish to remove this line, click here to buy Virtual PDF Printer