B. 2018-19 Development Projects (Federal Funds)
The Community Development Division (CDD) anticipates making approximately $6 million available from a combination of the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program and Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program funds. Total amount of funds available is contingent upon the City receiving sufficient federal funding allocations from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
The City of Madison's approved 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan articulates the community development goals on which the City intends to focus its federal entitlement funds, and serves as the foundation for this funding process. The City of Madison Community Development Division (CDD) Goals and Objectives, as adopted by the Common Council on April 29, 2014, outlines specific goals and objectives intended to guide the use of financial resources administered by CDD. The three primary goal areas for federal funds are (1) Affordable Housing, (2) Economic Development and Employment Opportunities, and (3) Strong and Heathy Neighborhoods. This RFP focuses only on the following approved Goals and Objectives:
Provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing opportunities for low-and moderate-income households in order to enhance household, neighborhood and community stability.
Preserve, improve and expand the supply of affordable housing for homeowners and renters.
Strengthen neighborhoods through strategic investments in physical assets and amenities like neighborhood centers, community gardens or other community facilities, as well as other planning and revitalization efforts.
Create or improve safe, accessible, energy efficient and well-maintained community and neighborhood facilities.
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