Community Development Annual Action Plan and Budget

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Community Development Annual Action Plan and Budget

  1. 1. Planning & Development Services Community Development Regular Item # 7 PY 2013 (FY 2014) Annual Action Plan and Budget July 11, 2013
  2. 2. Planning & Development Services Community Development Background • Funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) since 1975 ($33,685,512) • HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) since 1992 ($12,470,122) • Housing, infrastructure, public facilities, economic development, code enforcement and public service activities funded
  3. 3. Planning & Development Services Community Development National Objectives • Benefit Low / Moderate Income Persons • Elimination of Slum and Blight • Meet an Urgent Need While CDBG funds may be used for a variety of community development activities, HOME funds may only be used for affordable housing activities
  4. 4. Planning & Development Services Community Development What We Do – Local Objectives • Economic Opportunity • Strong Neighborhoods • Safe, Decent, and Affordable Housing
  5. 5. Planning & Development Services Community Development Public Facilities • Expand, improve and/or add public facilities and infrastructure • Must benefit low-mod area or low-mod clientele • Improvements may include: • Streets • Parks • Neighborhood / Community Centers • Sidewalk Projects • Facilities for Persons with Special Needs
  6. 6. Planning & Development Services Community Development W. A. Tarrow Park Georgie K. Fitch Park Public Facility: Park Improvements
  7. 7. Planning & Development Services Community Development Public Facility: Lincoln Center
  8. 8. Planning & Development Services Community Development Prairie View Heights Lighting Project Public Facility: Pedernales Sidewalk Project
  9. 9. Planning & Development Services Community Development Public Service Agency Funding • Up to 15% of CDBG can be allocated • Program Year 2013 - $219,795 allocated to 11 local programs • Unique joint process used for funds allocation – • Joint Relief Funding Review Committee • 3 volunteer committee members from each city • To use CDBG funds a public service must be: • A new service, or • A quantifiable increase in the level of an existing service
  10. 10. Planning & Development Services Community Development Code Enforcement
  11. 11. Planning & Development Services Community Development Current Affordable Housing Programs • Down Payment Assistance • Tenant Based Rental Assistance • Home Owner Minor Repair/Rehabilitation • Home Owner Reconstruction • Rental Rehabilitation • New Construction (Non Profit Partners)
  12. 12. Planning & Development Services Community Development Housing Activities Since 1997 • Met housing needs of ~1246 families through: • 160 down-payment assistance loans • 148 owner-occupied rehabilitations or repairs • 83 owner-occupied reconstructions • 44 new single-family homes built by City and non-profit partners • 115 units of affordable rental housing through partnership with for-profit developers • 52 units of affordable rental housing through rental rehabilitation program • 681 rental units assisted with security deposits
  13. 13. Planning & Development Services Community Development Housing Rehabilitation Before After 2503 Savannah Court - 2006
  14. 14. Planning & Development Services Community Development Housing Reconstruction 1017 Fairview 2012
  15. 15. Planning & Development Services Community Development Housing Reconstruction 815 Churchill 2006
  16. 16. Planning & Development Services Community Development Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) 6810 Appomattox 2011 1217 Phoenix 2007
  17. 17. Planning & Development Services Community Development Habitat for Humanity
  18. 18. Planning & Development Services Community Development Leveraged Development - Terrace Pines  Senior tax credit development  2004 LIHTC Award - 80% Affordable / 20% Market
  19. 19. Planning & Development Services Community Development PY 2013 / FY 2014 Action Plan and Budget
  20. 20. Planning & Development Services Community Development One Year Action Plan • Re-validates and updates local needs • Addresses specific goals outlined in the City’s 2010-2014 Consolidated Plan and proposes activities for the upcoming year • Represents annual formal application to the Department of HUD and lists funded activities and specific amounts • Provides for a regular public process
  21. 21. Planning & Development Services Community Development PY 2013 (FY 2014) Community Development Grant Amounts CDBG: $ 1,028,957 HOME: $ 379,327
  22. 22. Planning & Development Services Community Development Low- and Moderate-Income Persons 2013 Program Income Limits – 80% AMI 1 $31,000 2 $35,400 3 $39,850 4 $44,250 5 $47,800 6 $51,350 7 $54,900 8 $58,450 Source: Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2013
  23. 23. Planning & Development Services Community Development FY 2014 Budget • CDBG Funds ($2,403,350) • 17% Administration (up to 20% allowable) • 15% Public Services (up to 15% allowable) • 68% Other Eligible Activities • HOME Funds ($1,692,294) • 10% Administration (up to 10% allowable) • 15% CHDO (at least 15% allocation) • 75% Eligible Affordable Housing Activities
  24. 24. Planning & Development Services Community Development Project CDBG & HOME Carry-Over CDBG & HOME New Allocations CDBG & HOME Total Proposed Public Service Agency $29,950 $154,343 $184,293 Code Enforcement (PDS) $9,319 $103,452 $112,771 Public Facility $1,283,926 $553,137 $1,837,063 Demolition $4,500 $20,000 $24,500 Interim Assistance $5,000 $0 $5,000 Tenant-Based Rental Assistance $125,816 $0 $125,816 Grant Administration $0 $215,957 $215,957 Proposed CD Budget Summary
  25. 25. Planning & Development Services Community Development Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation $209,603 $47,356 $256,959 Homebuyer Assistance $135,211 $65,065 $200,276 Housing Services $11,698 $20,000 $31,698 CHDO Operating Expenses $0 $18,966 $18,966 CHDO $148,346 $56,907 $205,253 Construction (Habitat, Leveraged Dev) $637,570 $29,764 $667,334 Rental Rehabilitation $56,657 $153,101 $209,758 Total $4,095,643 Proposed CD Budget Summary (continued) * To be reprogrammed as Construction
  26. 26. Planning & Development Services Community Development Recommended Public Services – External Brazos Maternal and Child Health Clinic $30,905 BV Council on Alcohol & Substance Abuse $ 4,658 Mental Health Mental Retardation Authority $25,213 Scotty’s House Child Advocacy Center $16,113 Twin City Mission $25,326 Voices for Children $21,178
  27. 27. Planning & Development Services Community Development Recommended Public Services - City CS / Kids Klub $19,950 CS / Windsor Pointe Outreach Program $11,000
  28. 28. Planning & Development Services Community Development Recommended Public Facilities Cooner Street Rehab-Continuation $870,790 Wellborn Road Sidewalks-Continuation $552,009 Dominik Sidewalks – Geo. Bush to Gables - Design $ 20,255 Southland Street Sidewalks- Design & Construct $ 84,987 Westridge/San Pedro Sidewalks - Design & Construct $137,707 Nimitz St Rehab – Design $82,253 Dominik Sidewalks – Texas to Geo Bush – Design $20,929 Dominik Sidewalks – Stallings to Munson – Design $19,857 Park Place ADA Sidewalks – Design & Construct $48,275
  29. 29. Planning & Development Services Community Development 2013-2014 Planned Initiatives • Construction of new affordable houses and rehabilitation of existing affordable rental units through non-profit partners • Nine (9) Public Facility Activities including seven (7) Sidewalk Design and/or Construction Projects and two (2) Street Rehabilitation Project • Continue Down-Payment Assistance, Homeowner Rehab and Reconstruction, and security deposit assistance Programs • Continue Rental Rehabilitation Program • Continue to Proactively Manage Costs • Technical Assistance for Non-Funded Agencies and developers/builders
  30. 30. Planning & Development Services Community Development Conclusion/ Next Steps • Formal Application to HUD • Advertisement and Public Comment (July 1st – July 31st) • Public Hearing (July 9th - Lincoln Center) • Council Approval (August 8th) • Submission to HUD no later than August 16th
  31. 31. Planning & Development Services Community Development Questions? ----------------------- Direction?

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