Federal Plans & Reports
DRAFT 2013-14 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT
The State of California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is soliciting public review and comment on the 2013-14 Draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). The CAPER is being prepared for submittal to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and reports on specified federal housing and economic assistance allocated by the State for the period July 2013 through June 2014. The State CAPER does not address funds distributed directly to local governments (entitlement jurisdictions) by the federal government.
The public review period for the CAPER is 15 days, and begins August 29, 2014. HCD must receive all comments on the Draft CAPER by September 12, 2014. Information on how to submit public comments is included in the Public Notices below.
- Draft CAPER (Microsoft Word)
- AI Implementation Status Report (Microsoft Word)
- HOME Minority Concentration Report (Microsoft Excel)
- HOME Monitoring Report (Microsoft Excel)
- HOPWA CAPER Report (Adobe PDF)
- Public Notice (English) (Microsoft Word)
- Public Notice (Spanish) (Microsoft Word)
2014-15 State of California Annual Plan
The 2014-15 State of California Annual Plan addresses the administration of approximately $109 million in new federal funds under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control (LHCP) Programs . It is the fifth of five Annual Plan updates to the State's 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan. The Plan is submitted using HUD's national computerized database and grantee reporting system (IDIS - Integrated and Disbursement Information System.). The version posted here is downloaded directly from IDIS. The Appendices that were submitted as attachments have been included at the end of the document with the exception of Appendix B - Interested Parties Contact List. This document is maintained separately below.
- 2014-15 Annual Plan
- Appendix B - Interested Parties Contact List
- CDBG Substantial Amendment to the 2014-15 Annual Action Plan Update to the 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan - (Adobe PDF) (NEW 8/1/2014)
Previous Caper Reports
The CAPER is the annual report provided to the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) describing the State of California’s operation of federally-funded programs as planned earlier in the 2012-13 Annual Plan Update of the Consolidated Plan. The CAPER covers community and economic development activities conducted in the non-entitlement areas of the State with federal funding from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Person with AIDS (HOPWA), and Lead Based Paint Hazard Control (LHCP) programs.
HOME Program Minority Concentration Data 2011-12 – (Microsoft Excel)
In response to Recommendation 8-4 of the draft Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing (AI), HOME has compiled data which illustrates whether HOME-funded activities completed in FY 11-12 are located in areas of minority concentration. This data is available at the link directly above. For purposes of this dataset, an activity is considered to be located in an area of minority concentration if minorities are over-represented in that Census Tract by more than 10 percentage points compared to the county as a whole.
The Executive Summary of the draft AI is available as Appendix E of the draft CAPER, at the link above the CAPER paragraph above. The entire AI is available at http://www.hcd.ca.gov/hpd/hrc/rep/fed/ai_web.html.
2010-15 Consolidated Plan & Previous Annual Plans
The Consolidated Plan is a five-year plan, which is updated annually and submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to enable the State of California to administer approximately $151 million in federal formula block grant funds. The programs covered by the plan include the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) programs that are administered by HCD, the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program administered by the California Department of Public Health, and the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Program administered by the California Department of Community Services and Development. The Consolidated Plan is applicable to non-entitlement jurisdictions that are eligible to compete for allocation of these funds by the State.
The State of California's 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan examines the housing and community development needs of the state and plans the use of available federal funds to address these concerns and improve the quality of life for its low-and moderate-income residents.
- 2013-14 Annual Plan
- 2013-14 Annual Plan Update - (Microsoft Word)
- 2013-14 Annual Plan (Amended May 2014)
- Drought Amendments
- Appendix A - Eligible Jurisdictions - (Microsoft Word)
- Appendix B - Interested Parties Contact Lists - (Adobe PDF)
- Appendix C - ESG Written Standards - (Microsoft Word)
- Appendix D - Relocation and Anti-Displacement Plan - (Microsoft Word)
- 2012-13 Annual Plan
The 2012-13 Annual Plan Update addresses the administration of approximately $84 million in federal funds under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program (LHCP).
- The State of California 2011-12 Annual Plan Update (AP), submitted to HUD in May 2012, is the second of five annual supplements to the Consolidated Plan. It outlines the State’s current housing and community development needs and sets the State’s priorities and strategies to address these needs using federal community development funds.
- State of California 2010-2015 Consolidated Plan and FY 2010/2011 Annual Plan Update (as submitted to HUD May, 2010) — (Adobe PDF)
HUD's Initiative on Regulatory Relief
HUD has announced that governmental and non-governmental applicants are eligible to receive up to two (2) additional points on the evaluation of their application if they are able to demonstrate successful efforts made toward removing regulatory barriers to affordable housing. Additional information on HUD's Initiative on Regulatory Relief.
Qualified State agencies or departments applying for funding, as well as housing authorities, nonprofit organizations and other qualified applicants applying for funds for projects located in unincorporated areas are invited to answer the 15 questions in Part B to determine eligibility. The Department of Housing & Community Development has provided answers the questions in Part B and has made this document available for your use:
HUD's Initiative on Regulatory Relief Questionnaire - PART B Reponses — (Adobe PDF)