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Community Development Action Plan and FY20 Budget

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Community Development Action Plan and FY20 Budget

  1. 1. PY 2019 (FY 2020) ACTION PLAN & BUDGET Community Services Community Development Division July 11, 2019
  2. 2. Agenda • Provide information regarding CDBG and HOME grant programs and requirements • FY20 (PY19) Annual Action Plan and Community Development Budget • Comments & Questions
  3. 3. Who We Are • Funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development • Administered the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) since 1975 ($39,858,758) • Administered HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds since 1994 ($14,941,637)
  4. 4. What We Do • Affordable Housing • Economic Development • Public Facilities • Code Enforcement • Public Services
  5. 5. Total Grant Amount – CDBG and HOME $0 $200,000 $400,000 $600,000 $800,000 $1,000,000 $1,200,000 $1,400,000 $1,600,000 $1,800,000 $2,000,000
  6. 6. FY 2019 Grant Amounts CDBG: $1,087,765 $1,103,226 last yr (-1.4%) HOME: $473,289 $502,414 last yr (-5.8%)
  7. 7. 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. 1116 Carolina
  8. 8. Eligible Activities Construction (Housing, etc.) Down Payment Assistance Code Enforcement Relocation Housing Development Technical Assistance Demolition Commercial Rehabilitation Public Facilities Acquisition of Real Property Rental Rehabilitation Economic Development Disposition of Real Property Community Housing Development Organization Tenant Based Rental Assistance Interim Assistance Public Services Administration Buildings for Conduct of General Government Political Activities General Government Expense Income Payments Ineligible Activities
  9. 9. Low & Moderate Income Persons 2019 Income Limits – 80% AMI Household Size Income Limit 1 $37,400 2 $43,850 3 $49,350 4 $54,800 5 $59,200 6 $63,600 7 $68,000 8 $72,350
  10. 10. Low Income Areas (based on Census Tract Block Groups)
  11. 11. Grant Process
  12. 12. How do we know what to do? • Public input • 5-Year Consolidated Plan • 1-Year Action Plan • Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report (CAPER) • Joint Relief Funding Review Committee • Council input and approval • HUD approval
  13. 13. 5-Year Consolidated Plan • Identifies local community needs • Includes housing/non-housing needs • Sets goals and objectives for the 5-year period • Prioritizes and guides activities • Required by HUD for funding
  14. 14. 5-Year Consolidated Plan • Five main components – Description of lead agency and process for developing plan – Housing and homeless needs assessment – Housing conditions and market analysis – Strategic plan – Action plan
  15. 15. 1-Year Action Plan • Re-verifies and updates local needs • Addresses specific goals outlined in the City’s Consolidated Plan and proposes activities for the upcoming year • Lists funded activities and amounts • Our formal application to HUD
  16. 16. CAPER • Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report • Reported within 90 days of the end of the Program Year • Explains how funding has been expended • Describes the purpose and extent to which the programs have been delivered
  17. 17. Consolidated Plan Action Plan IDIS CAPER Citizen Input Planning, Administrating, Reporting Process
  18. 18. Plan Development Process • Public Hearings: March 5th and July 9th • JRFRC PSA Review Meetings – March 28th, April 11th, 22nd, May 3rd, and 9th – Public meeting: May 15th • 30-Day Public Comment Period June 26th - July 25th • Presentation of Plan & Budget to City Council on July 11th • Final review of Plan & Budget by Council on August 8th • Deadline to submit to HUD Regional Office: August 16th
  19. 19. 2015-2019 Plan Goals and Objectives
  20. 20. Priority Needs Rental Housing Special Needs Owner Housing Public Services Homeownership Public Facilities Homelessness Economic Development Program Administration & Compliance
  21. 21. Objectives and Outcomes • HUD – Objectives – Decent housing – Suitable living environment – Economic opportunity • HUD – Outcomes – Availability/Accessibility – Affordability – Sustainability
  22. 22. Consolidated Plan Goals Sort Order Goal Name Needs Addressed Goal Outcome Indicator Completed Through PY17 1 Rental Housing – Rehabilitation Rental Housing Special Needs 10 rental units rehabilitated 22 rental units rehabilitated 2 Rental Housing – Construction Rental Housing Special Needs 50 rental units constructed 0 rental units constructed* 3 Owner Housing – Rehabilitation/Reconstr uction Owner-Occupied Housing 16 homeowner units rehabilitated 12 homeowner units rehabilitated 4 Owner Housing – Demolition Owner-Occupied Housing Public Facilities & Infrastructure 5 buildings demolished 0 buildings demolished 5 Rental/Owner Housing – Code Enforcement Rental Housing Owner-Occupied Housing 25,000 households receiving code enforcement 7,965 households receiving code enforcement
  23. 23. Consolidated Plan Goals Sort Order Goal Name Needs Addressed Goal Outcome Indicator Completed Through PY17 6 Homeownership – Down Payment Assistance Homeownership 25 households assisted 11 households assisted 7 Homeownership – Financial Literacy Homeownership 375 households counseled 164 households counseled 8 Homeownership – Construction Owner-Occupied Housing Homeownership 4 homeowner units constructed 1 homeowner units constructed 9 Homelessness – TBRA Security Deposits Rental Housing Homelessness Special Needs 375 households assisted 172 households assisted 10 Homelessness – Outreach and Assessment Homelessness Special Needs Public Services 15 meetings to support agency collaboration 9 meetings to support agency collaboration
  24. 24. Consolidated Plan Goals Sort Order Goal Name Needs Addressed Goal Outcome Indicator Completed Through PY17 11 Homelessness – Services Homelessness Public Services 1,200 persons assisted 1,620 persons assisted 12 Special Needs – Services Special Needs Public Services 1,100 persons assisted 424 persons assisted 13 Public Services – Health Care Services Special Needs Public Services 3,600 persons assisted 1,661 persons assisted 14 Public Services – Youth Services Public Services 850 persons assisted 306 persons assisted 15 Public Services – Senior Services Special Needs Public Services 100 persons assisted 0 persons assisted 16 Public Services – Domestic Abuse & Neglect Special Needs Public Services 850 persons assisted 302 persons assisted 17 Public Services – Other Public Services 100 persons assisted 1,539 persons assisted
  25. 25. Consolidated Plan Goals Sort Order Goal Name Needs Addressed Goal Outcome Indicator Completed Through PY17 18 Public Facilities – Street Infrastructure Public Facilities & Infrastructure 25,000 persons assisted 877 persons assisted 19 Public Facilities – Sidewalk Infrastructure Public Facilities & Infrastructure 20,000 persons assisted 15,012 persons assisted 20 Public Facilities – Other Infrastructure Public Facilities & Infrastructure 5,000 persons assisted 12,585 persons assisted 21 Public Facilities – Park Improvements Public Facilities & Infrastructure 20,000 persons assisted 0 persons assisted 22 Economic Development – Business Loan Program Economic Development 25 jobs created/retained 0 jobs created/retained 23 Economic Development – Job Training Economic Development 250 persons assisted 0 persons assisted
  26. 26. FY 2020 Budget • CDBG funds – 20% Administration (up to 20% allowable) – 15% Public Services (up to 15% allowable) – 65% other eligible activities • HOME funds – 10% Administration (up to 10% allowable) – 20% CHDO (at least 15% allocation) – 70% eligible affordable housing activities
  27. 27. CD Budget Summary Project CDBG & HOME Carry-Over CDBG & HOME New Allocations CDBG & HOME Total Proposed Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation $165,118 $0 $165,118 Demolition $10,000 $0 $10,000 Homebuyer Assistance $33,662 $334,968 $392,548 Community Housing Development Organization $0 $70,993 $70,993 New Construction $0 $152,677 $152,677 Acquisition $673,310 $586,710 $1,260,020
  28. 28. CD Budget Summary Project CDBG & HOME Carry-Over CDBG & HOME New Allocations CDBG & HOME Total Proposed Code Enforcement $3,437 $70,338 $73,775 Tenant Based Rental Assistance $5,604 $20,000 $25,604 Public Service Agency $69,921* $163,164 $233,085 Public Facility $155,916 $0 $155,916 Grant Administration $54,913 $264,881 $319,974 Total CD Budget $2,909,530 *Carry-over funds represent 4th quarter payments for FY 2019
  29. 29. Public Services-Internal Funding Department Program Funding Parks & Recreation Lincoln Recreation Center Summer Park Program $16,800 Fire Fire Prevention $13,200
  30. 30. Public Services-External Funding Agency Funding Funding City Brazos Maternal & Child Health Clinic $25,000 College Station MHMR of the Brazos Valley $23,000 College Station Project Unity $24,000 College Station Family Promise of Bryan-College Station $27,000 Bryan Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center $21,000 Bryan Twin City Mission $24,000 College Station Big Brother Big Sisters of BV $23,500 College Station Catholic Charities $16,622 Bryan Unlimited Potential (UP) $23,000 Bryan/College Station Brazos County Health District $18,250 Bryan
  31. 31. Public Facilities Activity Funding Georgie K. Fitch Park Improvements $157,598 TOTAL $157,598
  32. 32. Conclusion • Formal application to HUD • Soliciting public input through July 25th • Approval requested at August 9th meeting

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