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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

Office of Community Development

 

The Office of Community Development works to stabilize and revitalize communities in the City of New Orleans through the development of affordable housing and economic opportunity, and the delivery of community services that support Orleans Parish residents.The City of New Orleans currently operates under the 2012-2016 Consolidated Plan, which identifies priority housing, community development, and continuum of care needs and strategies to address these needs.

2016 Annual Action Plan

The Consolidated Plan (CP) is the five year Housing and Community Development Plan which is the planning and application process for four formula grants: The four formula grants are the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership Act (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Programs. The City must submit a 2016 Annual Action Plan to detail how these federal funds will be used to address the housing and community development needs for the City of New Orleans. The 2016 AP will detail how these federal funds will be used to address the Consolidated Plan’s priority needs for the City. The City must submit a 2016 Annual Action Plan to detail how federal funds will be used to address the housing and community development needs for the City of New Orleans.Attached is the Draft 2016 Annual Action Plan (AAP): 2016-DRAFT-AAP.pdf   Questionnaires:   2016-Action-Plan-Questionnaire-(1).docx and Comment Cards: 2016-AAP-COMMENT-CARD-Web-(2).doc should be e-mailed to dmpearson@nola.gov no later than April 18, 2016

2016 Action Plan 2nd Public Hearing:

 

The City of New Orleans will hold the 2nd Public Hearing for the 2016 Annual Action (AAP) to receive public comment for the City’s Housing and Community Development Plan. The general public, as well as, representatives from the business, housing, educational, social service, non-profit, and faith-based communities are invited and encouraged to attend. We are seeking your views on funding in areas such as housing, community/economic development, youth, senior citizens, homelessness and other programs. The Consolidated Plan (CP) is the five year Housing and Community Development Plan which is the planning and application process for four formula grants: The four formula grants are the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership Act (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) Programs. The City must submit a 2016 Annual Action Plan to detail how these federal funds will be used to address the housing and community development needs for the City of New Orleans. The 2016 AP will detail how these federal funds will be used to address the Consolidated Plan’s priority needs for the City of New Orleans. The general public, as well as, representatives from the business, housing, educational, social service, non-profit, and faith-based communities are invited and encouraged to attend. The City will hold the 2nd Public Hearing to discuss the 2016 Annual Action Plan at:  Rosenwald Center:1120 S. Broad Street NOLA 70125

When: April 7, 2016/ 5:00-7:00pm  If you need additional information or require special assistance, please contact Planning and Resource Development at 658-4200 or 658-4347.

Hurricane Isaac Recovery Program:

Find all information regarding the Hurricane Isaac Recovery Program including the Action Plan here.

 

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