Please join us for our 2021 Virtual Spring Community Meetings. Due to current health precautions associated with the Coronavirus, we are hosting our meetings virtually, but we will have an interactive presentation and a public hearing to ensure that we receive community feedback during the meeting. Comment on the Draft 2021 Annual Action Plan will also be accepted from March 16, 2021 to April 17, 2021 by:
Attn: Planning and Grants Management
City of Houston
Housing and Community Development Department 2100 Travis Street, 9th Floor
Houston, Texas 77002
If you can't make these meetings, please see other ways to participate. You may also view the information from previous 2020 Fall Community Meetings and view our 2021 Annual Action Plan Toolkit .
Development of the 2021 Annual Action Plan
Information collected from the Fall Community Meetings will help create the 2021 Annual Action Plan. The following timeline shows development process.
Nov. 18 and 19, 2020Community Meetings
March 23 – March 25, 2021Draft 2021 Annual Action Plan Published for 30-public review
Apr. 2021:Request for City Council Approval of Plan
Nov. 2020 – Mar. 2021HCDD Staff Writes Draft 2021 Annual Action Plan
Mar. – Apr. 2021:Community Meetings
May 2021:Submission of 2021 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
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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
To view these and other HUD reports, please visit our Plans and Reports page.
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. 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.