FY 2022 Annual Action Plan Public Meeting and Public Comment Period
The City of Tucson will hold a public meeting to provide information about and gather input for the COT FY 2022 Annual Action Plan.
To read the Draft Plan, register for the meeting, and to leave comments, click here.
Low Barrier Emergency Shelter Letters of Interest Requested
The City of Tucson is accepting applications for Low Barrier Emergency Shelter. Applications must be submitted by Tuesday, January 19 at 12 p.m.
View and download the form.
Click here to view the PY2019 CAPER draft
FY 2020 Annual Action Plan Draft
AP-05 Executive Summary - 91.200(c), 91.220(b)
New PHA Plan Documents
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING and PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
New PHA Plan Documents
Public comments are due by April 2, 2019. Please mail comments to:
Housing and Community Development
310 N Commerce Park Loop
P.O. Box 27210
Tucson, AZ 85726
Housing and Community Development Department(HCD)request for proposal (pdf) - Project based applications are being accepted for "New Construction" or projects with substantial rehabilitation. New Construction is defined by HUD in 24 CFR 983.3 as Newly constructed housing.
NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNFICANT IMPACT AND
NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS:
PUBLIC NOTICE: HCD is Seeking Public Comments
The Housing and Community Development Department has received funding under the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Capital Fund Emergency and Security Program in the amount of $250,000 to support safety and security measures at the "Posadas Sentinel" development. Public comment is sought through November 25, 2018 on the City of Tucson/Pima County Consortium Public Housing Capital Fund Program Five-Year Action Plan Amendment for HUD fiscal year 2018. A draft of the plan is available for review and comment. Click links below for more information.
Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant Awarded to City of Tucson!!
Congratulations to our Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant application team for securing a $1.3 million Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant for planning and action activities in the Oracle/Stone corridor. This grant will fund activities to revitalize the target area and to prepare to submit an application for a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant for redevelopment of the Tucson House and additional neighborhood improvements. View more information and the 2018 grant application on our Choice Neighborhoods web page.
PUBLIC NOTICE - Intent to Request Release of Funds
On or about September 17, 2018 the City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the release of PHA Capital Funds to undertake the PHA Capital Funds Rehabilitation Program. This program will provide for roof replacement, HVAC replacement/upgrades, fascia replacement and associated work for City of Tucson PHA owned housing units. More information is available by clicking on the following link: INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS
2018 Administrative Plan: for the Housing Choice Voucher Program
PUBLIC NOTICE- Intent to Request Release of Funds
On or about July 20, 2018 the City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the release of CDBG funds to undertake the Healthy Homes Rehabilitaion Program.
Request for Release of Funds
Healthy Homes Rehabilitation Program Description - eligibility, requirements, etc.
Affordable rental properties are now available including newly remodeled StonePointe Apartments!! Click on the link in the heading above for more information.
El Portal is currently not accepting applications for new Move-Ins
The Housing and Community Development Department is suspending the waiting list update.
NO ONE WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE WAITING LIST FOR NOT INDICATING THAT THEY WANT TO REMAIN ON THE LIST
If you have left a message to get back into your portal information, we will still contact you as it is imperative to keep your application up to date at all times. Please note that all other waiting list requirements will remain in place and we must be able to contact you once you reach the top of a waiting list.
Thank you for your patience.
El Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Comunitario está suspendiendo la actualización de la lista de espera.
NADIE SERÁ ELIMINADO DE LA LISTA DE ESPERA POR NO INDICAR QUE QUIEREN PERMANECER EN LA LISTA
Si dejó un mensaje para volver a ingresar a la información de su portal, seguiremos comunicándonos con usted, ya que es imperativo mantener su solicitud actualizada en todo momento. Tenga en cuenta que todos los demás requisitos de la lista de espera permanecerán vigentes y que debemos comunicarnos con usted una vez que llegue a la parte superior de la lista de espera.
Gracias por su paciencia.
PHA Annual Plan
In accordance with Housing and Urban Development Department policy, the following documents are available for public review and comment through March 28, 2018:
- Annual Plan Draft FY19
- Summary of Changes: Public Housing Program Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) Fiscal Year 2019
- Summary of Changes: Housing Choice Voucher Program Administrative Plan Fiscal Year 2019
- Summary of Changes: Family Self Sufficiency Action Plan
- Capital Fund 5-Year Action Plan
Please email HCDAdmin@tucsonaz.gov with comments or send comments to:
Housing & Community Development Department
PO Box 27210
Tucson, AZ 85726-7210
Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan
Click here to view the Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan process and updates.
CITY OF TUCSON PUBLIC NOTICE - 2018 Annual Action Plan and RFP Process
Each year the City of Tucson is required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to update the adopted Consolidated Plan (HUD Program Years 2015-2020) and develop an annual implementation plan. The Annual Action Plan outlines the needs, priorities and strategies for housing, supportive services, and community development programs. The Plan also establishes policies and goals for the City, and serves as the local government’s application for approximately $8 million in annual entitlement funding.
On or around February 1, 2017 the City of Tucson Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will release a Request for Proposals (RFP) process (through Zoom Grants) for FY 2018 federally funded housing rehabilitation programs. The RFP will be posted on this web page.
Click here to view the Public Notice - 2018 Annual Action Plan and Request for Proposals Process.
Veterans & Seniors Project-Based Voucher Programs
The City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department is providing project-based vouchers for two (2) programs that are currently accepting applications. The links below provide eligibility criteria and contact information for Esperanza en Escalante and Rally Point Apartments. Please contact the programs directly with any questions and for additional details.
*NOTICE OF WAITING LIST CLOSURES* - effective January 4, 2017
Local Contractors Wanted
Se buscan los Contratistas Locales
2016 Lead Based Paint Hazard Control Program
Online Application Instructions for 2016 Lead Based Paint Hazard Control Program
Programa de Control de Peligros de Pintura a base de plomo 2016
Instrucciones Para las Solicitudes en Linea por Programa de Control del Peligro de Pintura con Base de Plomo del 2016
The Housing and Community Development, City of Tucson’s Housing Rehab Program waiting list is closed but is accepting DIRECT Center for Independence referrals only for ADA (American with Disabilities Act) modifications. For further information, contact Leticia Carpio, Community Services Manager, at (520) 837-5423.
La lista de espera del Programa de Renovación de Viviendas de la Ciudad de Tucson, de Vivienda y Desarrollo de la Comunidad, está cerrada pero se están aceptando solicitudes referidas DIRECTAMENTE del Centro para Independencia solamente para modificaciones por ADA (Ley de Americanos con Discapacidades). Para mas informacion, contacte Leticia Carpio, Gerente de Servicios Comunitarios, en (520) 837-5423.
Human Services Plan
Human Service programs are essential to the growth and vitality of our community. The City of Tucson strongly believes that investing in the prevention as well as the remediation of personal struggles, community members will have an opportunity to achieve well-being and lead productive and self-sufficient lives. The City allocates federal funds (CDBG, ESG) and general funds to nonprofit agencies through a Request for Proposal (RFP) process that supports nonprofit agencies that deliver a broad range of services including case management, financial assistance, food assistance, transportation help, pro-social activities, shelter, skill development/training, mentoring, respite, and tutoring.
The following Plan was approved by Mayor and Council at the April 5, 2016 Regular Session with the requirement that we retain the current funding for the first year of the Plan, and implement the new funding for the remainder of the Plan. This included postponing implementation of this plan until FY 2018.
Project Based Voucher Applications
Find more information by clicking here >> Project Based Voucher Programs
Section 106 Process- Downtown Motor Hotel
The City of Tucson has revised our Homeless Protocol which gives direction to city departments when a homeless camp is found on city-owned property. You can view the protocol through the following link: Homeless Protocol