Project Shine 2023 Annual Report
UBC 2023 Annual Report
FY 2024 CDBG Application
Civil Rights Non-Discrimination Information
Notice of Draft of 2022 CAPER
Notice of FY 2023 Annual Action Plan
Notice of HOME-ARP Allocation Plan
Notice of Reallocation
Please see attached for information on the CARES Act (ESG-CV) Funding
Notice of Reallocation CARES Act [ESG-CV] Funding
Please see attached for information on the CARES Act [ESG-CV] Funding.
- Downtown Revitalization efforts to promote a high quality of life and a livable community
- Removal of slum and blighting conditions and the development of sustainable neighborhood revitalization strategies
- Expanding affordable housing and homeownership opportunities
- Providing recreation opportunities through the development of bicycle and pedestrian pathways, funding improvements to our park system, and through the operation of A.D. Lewis and Fairfield East Community Centers
- Ensure housing accessibility for all through the promotion of Fair Housing activities
HOUSING REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE
The Development Office houses information on the geographic information system (GIS), HOME Investment Partnership program, emergency and volunteer housing rehabilitation, community development and demolition. The Land Reuse Agency (LRA) is also located in the Development Office.
The City of Huntington has prepared its Five Year Consolidated Plan for the period of FY 2015 through FY 2019. The Consolidated Plan is a strategic plan to implement Federal programs for housing and community & economic development activities within the City of Huntington, West Virginia. The Consolidated Plan is a requirement of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and the Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) programs. This Plan covers the period beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2019 and the activities which principally benefit low- and moderate-income individuals.
City of Huntington Analysis of Impediments - In accordance with the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, each entitlement community must “affirmatively further fair housing.” In order to “affirmatively further fair housing,” each entitlement community must conduct a Fair Housing Analysis which identifies any impediments to fair housing choice.
HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
Through the HOME Investment Partnership Program, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development helps state and local governments implement long-term affordable housing strategies that respond to each community's mix of needs and resources. The City of Huntington has combined with the counties of Cabell and Wayne to form the Cabell-Huntington-Wayne Housing Consortium. Through the Consortium the City offers HOME funds to qualified first-time homebuyers to assist with down payment and closing costs. The Consortium also offers HOME funds to assist in the development and construction of affordable housing units. For more information about the HOME Program or to apply, click the links below or contact Shannon Stephens, HOME Program Manager, at 304.696.5540, Ext. 2103 or firstname.lastname@example.org.