HCDD Spring Community Meeting

We would like to hear from you about needs in your community!

Please join HCDD for one of the 2022 Virtual Spring Community Meetings, which are a forum where Houstonians can share their housing and community needs for the upcoming year.

During the Spring Community Meetings, HCDD staff will present information about the proposed program activities and budget for Program Year 2022 (July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023). The meetings will also include interactive polls, small group discussions, and an opportunity for public comment on the Draft 2022 Annual Action Plan .

Every year, HCDD anticipates a $45 million in federal grants to assist families through

  • Affordable housing
  • Supportive services
  • Public improvements and infrastructure
  • Economic development

For an overview of the 2022 Annual Action Plan information, please take a look at the previous Fall Community Meetings .

If you can't make the meetings, please see below for other ways you can review information or submit your comments.

NOTE: Due to current health precautions associated with Coronavirus, HCDD will continue to host public meetings virtually; however, small group discussions and a public hearing to ensure we receive community input during the meeting.

Development of the 2022 Annual Action Plan

Information collected from the Fall Community Meetings will help create the 2022 Annual Action Plan. The following timeline shows development process.

  • November 2021
    Fall Community Meeting and Public Hearings
  • March – April 2022
    Draft 2022 Annual Action Plan Published for 30-public review
  • April 2022
    Request for City Council Approval of Plan
  • November 2021 – March 2022
    HCDD Staff Writes Draft 2022 Annual Action Plan
  • March – April 2022
    Spring Community Meeting and Public Hearings
  • May 2022
    Submission of 2022 Annual Action Plan to HUD

Information from Previous Meetings

We want you to stay informed even if you can’t attend the meeting. Please review the meeting materials below

Title Date Added Type View
Virtual Spring Public Hearing 2022 03/31/2022 Video View
2022 HCDD Virtual Spring Community Meeting Presentation New 03/31/2022 Presentation View
2021 HCDD Virtual Fall Community Meeting Presentation 11/04/2021 Presentation View
Virtual Fall Public Hearing 2021 11/04/2021 Video View
2021 HCDD Virtual Spring Community Meeting Presentation 03/26/2021 Presentation View
Virtual Spring Public Hearing 2021 03/25/2021 Video View | Español
Virtual Spring Public Hearing 2021 03/23/2021 Video View
2020 HCDD Virtual Fall Community Meeting Presentation 11/16/2020 Presentation View
2020 HCDD Virtual Fall Community Meeting Presentation 11/18/2020 Video View
2021 Annual Action Plan Toolkit 11/18/2020 Toolkit View

Want to know more?

Each year HCDD, receives more than $45M in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to improve housing and quality of life for Houstonians. These federal grants include: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). To receive these grants, the City must have.

  • A five-year strategic plan called the Consolidated Plan that outlines the strategies that the City will take to address identified community needs to improve the lives of low- and moderate-income residents and their neighborhoods
  • An Annual Action Plan that includes a budget and program descriptions to completed in the upcoming year. View our 2021 Annual Action Plan .

To view these and other HUD reports, please visit our Plans and Reports page.

Con Plan Cover Page

Fair Housing

The Fair Housing Act protects individuals and families from discrimination in the sale, rental, financing or advertising of housing based on their race, color, religion, family status, national origin, sex, or disability. HCDD is committed to promoting fair housing and providing quality affordable homes in all neighborhoods. To learn more, please visit our Fair Housing page. For specific questions or concerns about fair housing or landlord/tenant relations, please contact Yolanda Guess-Jeffries at (832) 394-6308.

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