1 edition of guide to CDBG housing rehabilitation found in the catalog.
guide to CDBG housing rehabilitation
by Housing and Community Development Program, Federal Aid Coordinator Office, State Planning Division in Bismark, N.D
Written in English
|Series||Area planning studies|
|Contributions||Housing and Community Development Program (N.D.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
Preparing Local Housing Assistance Plan Rehabilitation Strategies This Handbook is a tool to be used by SHIP Administrators, sponsors, and partners as a guide (CPD) grants, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) . CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program Housing Rehabilitation The following description is provided for informational purposes. If you have any further questions about this program, or would like to request a copy of the complete set of Rehab Policies, please call the Community Development office at ()
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) HOUSING PROGRAM MANUAL Regions, Revolving Loan Fund (RLF), Emergency Assistance Program (EAP) WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION. DIVISION OF ENERGY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES (DEHCR) Bureau of Housing. East Wilson Street, 5th Floor. Madison, File Size: 2MB. A housing rehabilitation program is an eligible project under Title I, Section (a)(5), of the Housing and Community Development Act of , as amended, when it is carried out for the purpose of providing or improving permanent residential structures. The program can be.
housing activities, the requirements that apply, depending on the program and funding year, and helpful steps to implementing a successful housing program locally. Section 1 - Eligible Activities CDBG projects may include a variety of housing activities which are outlined in Section (a) of Title I and 24 CFR of the CDBG regulations. 4 3. Housing Rehabilitation: (a)(4) CDBG-DR funds may be used for assisting low- and moderate-income households with documented unmet housing needs as a result of the March mitigation improvements are allowed only to the extent that they are factors in an otherwise allowableFile Size: KB.
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Guide to using HOME and CDBG funds for affordable housing activities as strategically as possible. This model program guide begins by outlining how HOME and CDBG work and by identifying critical differences between the two programs.
Next, the guide provides a detailed consideration of how to use HOME and CDBG to support rental housing, homeownership, rehabilitation File Size: KB. A Guidebook for CDBG Grantees on Subrecipient Oversight INTRODUCTION subrecipient oversight and to encourage grantees to take a fresh look at their internal processes for subrecipient selection, training, management, reporting, and monitoring.
These toolkits provide information for Entitlement and State CDBG grantees on financial management, environmental, labor standards, acquisition, relocation and fair housing rights.
The Toolkit is a complete guide for CDBG grantees searching for applicable statutory requirements, regulations, notices, HUD Handbooks and other useful material. CHAPTER 4: HOUSING ACTIVITIES. CHAPTER PURPOSE & CONTENTS.
This chapter provides detailed information on CDBG eligible homeownership and rental activities, guidance for grantees on documenting national objectives and guidance on complying with other federal requirements and program design considerations for grantees.
SECTION PAGE. CDBG Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Administration Plan Requirements Each community receiving a CDBG award to implement an owner-occupied housing rehabilitation program must prepare and submit to IEDA an administration plan. This plan will serve as guide to the community as to how the program will be implemented at the local level.
CDBG may be used for housing rehabilitation, homeownership, rental housing, and activities in connection with housing. Housing activities usually address the CDBG national objective of benefitting low and moderate income households.
When CDBG funds are leveraged with private and other public dollars, grantees can extend their investments in Size: KB. Guide to National Objectives and Eligible Activities for State CDBG Programs.
This Guide is designed to help state and local officials understand what activities are eligible to be assisted under the State Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, and to guide them in interpreting the Housing and Community Development Act of (HCDA).
This Guide is intended for public officials and citizens seeking to understand what activities are eligible to be assisted under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Entitlement Program and to guide them in making wise choices among certain alternatives available within the program for carrying out particular activities.
Chapter 4: Housing Activities Evaluating and treating lead-based paint. Loans for refinancing existing debt are eligible under CDBG if the grantee determines that this type of assistance is necessary to achieve local community development objectives.
This refinance must be part of a rehabilitation project -- CDBG does not permit refinance only. Section Loan Guarantee Program - is the loan guarantee provision of the CDBG Program. It provides communities a source of financing for economic development, housing rehabilitation, public facilities, and large-scale physical development projects.
State CDBG Program - allows states to award grants to smaller units of general local. This resource guide provides an overview of single family housing rehabilitation programs offered by a variety of organizations (local and national). The guide identifies programs that individuals, families, public, and non-profit organizations may access to preserve or improve existing single family housing.
Please note that this resource. HUD published The Rehab Guide, a series of nine guidebooks to inform the design and construction industry about state-of-the-art materials and innovative practices in housing Rehab Guide series focuses on building technologies, materials, components, and techniques.
The Rehab Guide Volume 1: Foundations; The Rehab Guide Volume 2:. Rehabilitation. Housing. 12 Construction of Housing 14G Rehab: Acquisition.
13 Direct Homeownership Assistance 14H Rehab: Administration. 14A Rehab: Single-Unit Residential 14I Lead-Based Paint/Lead Hazards. 14B Rehab: Multi-Unit Residential Testing/Abatement. 14C Rehab: Public Housing Modernization 14J Housing ServicesFile Size: KB. Technical Guide for Determining Income and Allowances for the HOME Program.
Third Edition. January U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Planning and Development Office of Affordable Housing Programs HOME Model Series.
Prepared for the Office of Affordable Housing Programs by ICF Consulting, Inc. 4 CDBG Housing Rehab Guidance PY CDBG Residential Rehabilitation Program – Flowchart of Process Public Comment on Program 24 CFR Part 1st public hearing – comment development & housing needs (may serve as 1st public hearing for competitive application) Note – Hearing should broadly review local needs and detail community’s intent File Size: KB.
The Residential Rehabilitation Inspection Guide provides step-by-step technical information for evaluating a residential building’s site, exterior, interior. The CDBG Grants Management Manual is undergoing revisions.
If you have questions regarding specific subjects or topics, please contact your Grant Management Representative (see the CDBG Rep Territory Map). To receive notification when the updated manual is available, please sign up for HCD "Grants & Funding Programs" check the box next to "CDBG.
FUNDING GUIDE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. LMI Housing (Rental Rehabilitation) Projects are those moderate or substantial rehabilitation activities of (Housing and Community Development Act) and to provide guidance and assistance for CDBG Program Year BUILDING REHABILITATIONFile Size: KB.
CDBG Management Guide - Fillable Form PDFs. Appendix One Files. — Applicant Recipient Disclosure Update Report [PDFk] — Equal Opportunity Policy Statements [PDFk] — Notice of Public Hearing Status of Funded Activities [PDFk] — Policy on the Prohibition of the Use of Excessive Force [PDFk] — Record Keeping Checklist [PDFk].
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Housing Rehabilitation – Overview. Communities eligible under the State’s CDBG program are invited to apply for CDBG funds to support low/moderate income residents’ housing rehabilitation needs.
Cities and towns should follow the process outlined below. These programs are funded through the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and must primarily benefit low and moderate income individuals. Owner occupied rehabilitation is focused on three areas of improvement: Energy efficiency, exterior improvements and the removal of architectural barriers to allow aging in home.recommendations of this Guide are based upon good environmental review procedures now by CDBG communities.
The CDBG environmental regulations of the Depart ment of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are contained in 24 CFR Part 58 "Environmental Review Procedures for Title I Community Development Block Grant Programs.".Community Development Block Grant Management Handbook – Page 1 of 5 Chapter 9 - Housing Rehabilitation Program (HRP) Overview The purpose of this chapter is to assist the grant recipient and the nonprofit partner organization with managing a housing rehabilitation projects funded by the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Size: 92KB.