Consolidated Planning Process
The Five-Year Consolidated Action Plan outlines how the four North Carolina programs funded by HUD propose to spend the federal dollars they receive over that period. This Plan addresses needs for housing and community development across the state and sets priorities for meeting those needs. The state is currently following the 2016 - 2020 Consolidated Plan.
Annually, the state receives more than $60 million in federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding for housing and community development programs. The four programs participating in North Carolina are:
The Consolidated Plan process includes the following:
- Annual Action Plans: Focusing on the state's one year goals, this describes how HUD funds will be used and allocated for programs by partners for the prescribed year. AAPs are submitted annually to HUD by November 15th.
- Annual Investment Plans
- Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER): Summarizing the state's accomplishments for the previous year, this describes how HUD funds were used by the program partners for the prescribed year. The CAPER is submitted to HUD by March 31st of each year.
- Certificates of Consistency
Click below to view the Consolidated Plan documents in Adobe PDF format. The plans are quite large and may take a few minutes to download.
A draft copy of the 2017 Annual Action Plan (AAP) is available for review and comment online for each participating agency. The comment period starts today October 11, 2017 and extends to 5:00 pm November 11 2017. You can email your comments to email@example.com. for the CDBG portion of the Annual Action Plan. This document may be updated periodically until submission to HUD on November 15, 2017
For the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, please visit www.nchfa.com or contact Bobby Waring at 919-877-5706.
For the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS Program (HOPWA), please visit http://epi.publichealth.nc.gov/cd/hiv/program.html or contact Detra Purcell at 919-715-2197.
For the Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG), please visit http://www.ncdhhs.gov/aging/esbg/index.htm or contact Michael Leach at (919) 855-4991.
For more information contact:
Programs and Compliance Section Chief