|Final, Fall Public Hearing, this Thursday, for Disaster Recovery Planning & the 2011 Consolidated Action Plan|
What: The Houston Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will host the final fall public hearing to solicit citizen input on how to spend Federal funds from two grant programs: Disaster Recovery Funds Round II and the 2011 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Action Plan.
This is an opportunity for citizens to voice and explain their community’s greatest needs.
When: Thursday, October 28, 2010
Where: Sunnyside Multi-Service Center
4605 Wilmington Street
Houston, Texas 77051
Disaster Recovery Round II Hearing: 7 pm
Action Plan Hearing: 8 pm
Who: City of Houston’s Houston & Community Development Department
About Disaster Recovery Round II Funds:
The City of Houston is applying for its share of Federal funds available for revitalization of communities impacted by Hurricane Ike/Dolly. This funding will also provide support for affordable housing, public services, social services, and neighborhood facility improvements.
About 2011 HUD Action Plan:
The City of Houston will submit its 2011 HUD Action Plan, an annual request for Federal HUD funds to provide services to low to moderate income Houstonians. Currently, funds are used to support affordable housing, neighborhood facilities, parks, social service organizations, etc. To see this year’s 2010 Consolidated Plan and Action Plan, visit: http://www.houstontx.gov/housing/consolidated.html.
Citizens may also send comments on community needs to Andrea Jones, HCDD, 601 Sawyer, 5th floor, Houston, Texas 77007, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.