Housing and Community Development Department
The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) provides the leadership and financing to make affordable homes and neighborhood revitalization happen in Houston. Currently, the Department administers over $100 million annually in various federal, state and local programs. From investing in neighborhood parks, multifamily communities and economic development, to providing first-time homebuyer assistance and funds to serve the homeless, elderly and disabled -- HCDD works to improve the quality of life for Houston’s neighborhoods and families.
Disaster Recovery - Hurricane Harvey
Need help with recovery from Hurricane Harvey? Please visit recovery.houstontx.gov or call 832-393-0550.
Public Hearings will be held on HTV and Facebook Live on Tuesday April 7th at 6:30pm. Tune In! Public comments will be received after a short presentation.
We want your feedback on strategic planning documents! The 5-Year Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan (Con Plan) outlines how HCDD will spend an estimated $250 million in federal grants and describes the geographic areas, needs, strategies, and activities that will be prioritized. The comment period extends from March 17, 2020 until April 16, 2020.
- Draft 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan and 2020 Annual Action Plan
- Draft 2020 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
- 2020 Con Plan and AI Toolkit - English / Espanōl
- Public Hearing Transcript - March 24th
Send your comments about the by April 16, 2020. You can email them to email@example.com or send them by mail toAttn: Planning and Grants Management
City of Houston
Housing and Community Development Department 2100 Travis Street, 9th Floor
Houston, Texas 77002 Learn more about our strategic planning process.
SAY YES to Quality Homes for All Incomes, In All Areas!
To increase awareness of the need for affordable home development in Houston, HCDD has launched an outreach campaign entitled “Can I Be Your Neighbor?”. The campaign aims to create a well-informed community discourse through targeted educational presentations and informational materials. “Can I Be Your Neighbor” is intended to decrease misconceptions and opposition to affordable home development and promote quality homes for all incomes in all areas of Houston. To learn more about this campaign visit https://www.houstontx.gov/housing/sayyes.html.
We invite you to take a survey to give us your views on affordable homes in Houston (click here for survey link).