The Annual Plan provides details about the housing authority's immediate operations, program participants, programs and services, and the housing authority's strategy for handling operational concerns, residents' concerns and needs, programs and services for the upcoming fiscal year.
HOPE VI: None
Mixed finance Modernization or Development:
CHA continues an ongoing analysis of its entire portfolio of properties to specifically identify feasible candidates for mixed finance modernization or development. Potential candidates would include: TN54001, TN54002, TN54003, TN54004, TN54005. As of 1/1/17, CHA has begun the first phase of a redevelopment effort at the Samuel Melton Heights public housing community which will include exterior redesign and the creation of a neighborhood park. The project is funded through use of Capital Fund and CHA Operating Reserves. A second phase is in the planning stages as of this date. CHA has secured the assurance of the City of Cleveland that street resurfacing and additional sidewalk infrastructure will be made at the conclusion of CHA's modernization project(s). As of 2/28/18, CHA completed the first phase the redevelopment of the Samuel Melton Height public housing community. Due to uncertain funding levels, CHA will put the next phase on "hold" until 2018 funding levels are finalized. As of 12/28/18, CHA submitted a RAD application and will conduct extensive "due diligence" including an updated Capital Needs Assessment of its portfolio to determine the feasibility of a no-debt RAD conversion. CHA procured the services of the Joe Schiff Group to assist in the evaluation of a potential RAD conversion during FY19. As of 1/1/20, as part of CHA's due diligence towards a RAD conversion, it was determined that assessment of the benefits of taking on a Development Partner were in the best interest of CHA for determining the best method for preserving and expanding its affordable housing portfolio. CHA solicited proposals from qualified Real Estate Developers to identify a potential Co-Developer partner and selected Total Communities Group (TCG). Additionally, CHA intends that TCG will assist in the development of a Master Plan document to guide future preservation, modernization, rehabilitation, and construction of affordable housing units within its portfolio. As part of the Master Plan, CHA intends to identify suitable and sustainable methods for creating new appropriately designed units to serve CHA's current tenant population of elderly and disabled tenants as well as the growing demand for similarly designed units. The Master Plan will also include strategies for the highest and best use of: a) the Cooper Complex of eighty (80) studio & one-bedroom apartments, and b) the Baugh Clemmer townhouse apartments which are strategically located to Lee University. The Master Plan also calls for re-configuration of selected buildings as well as surgical demolition and new construction of appropriately designed single level units for elderly/disabled clients. CHA remains open to the pursuit of alternative funding and grant opportunities that may support the modernization of existing portfolio units for repositioning to achieve CHA's long-term goals for a sustainable affordable housing portfolio. CHA remains committed to exiting the Public Housing Program and converting to the Multi-Family Program through RAD.
Demolition and/or Disposition:
As part of the comprehensive analysis of its portfolio, CHA determined the need of demolishing a portion of the buildings in Development TN54-003 (Samuel Melton Homes) and received HUD approval in July of 2014. As of 9/30/15, CHA completed a surgical demolition and is preparing an Exterior Redesign and Modernization Project for the remaining buildings at this location. CHA will examine disposition of selected Developments as part of identification of the "highest and best use" within an Asset Management philosophy. The demolition (density reduction) and disposition (re-positioning) activities being proposed will be contingent upon HUD approval. Demolition/Disposition will be considered for all CHA developments: TN54001, TN54002, TN54003, TN54004, TN54005. Specific use of the "de-minimus" demolition provision will be utilized as appropriate. As part of the "due diligence" for a potential RAD conversion, CHA continues to explore the potential for disposition of strategic assets in order to leverage funding to develop appropriately designed units to better serve CHA's existing elderly and disabled clients. In 2017, CHA created Tanasi Housing Development Corporation, a non-profit entity to assist/support future development of affordable housing and the re-development of CHA's existing portfolio.
CHA will continue to search for housing replacement opportunities including acquisition of existing developed properties as well as vacant property for future development within Cleveland/Bradley County. This activity will also include possible participation in tax-credit and other development opportunities that promote the expansion of affordable housing when appropriate.
CHA in partnership with Housing Solutions, Inc. conducted a portfolio analysis of all PIH properties in 2009, for the purpose of developing strategies for decision making regarding capital investment, acquisition, demolition, disposition, and redevelopment activities to position CHA properties to best meet the housing needs of the community. As of 1/31/19, CHA and The Schiff Group will be conducting an re-assessment of CHA's portfolio.
B.5 Progress Report
CHA Goals and Objectives:
* Analyze current population growth trends.
* Examine supply and availability of affordable housing in the area.
*Evaluate density reduction options (demolition/disposition). 9/1/15, CHA executed a HUD approved "surgical" demolition of 14 units at Samuel Melton Heights in preparation for the 1st phase of a re-development effort at that development.
*Perform handicap accessibility improvements for Section 504 compliance. As of 2/1/2015 - CHA secured a grant from the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) Housing Trust Fund for the creation of two (2) additional fully accessible units. As of 3/30/17, THDA grant project was completed.
Cleveland Housing Authority Deconcentration Analysis 24CFR903.2(b) 2/23/2021
|Project||# Units||Avg Income|
|TN54003 (Cooper Elderly Melton Hgts)||186||$11,040|
|Project||# Units||Avg Income||Below||Within||Above|
TN54003 (Cooper Elderly Melton Hgts)
Annual PHA Plan
(Standard PHAs and Troubled PHAs) U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Office of Public and Indian Housing OMB No. 2577-0226
Purpose. The 5-Year and Annual PHA Plans provide a ready source for interested parties to locate basic PHA policies, rules, and requirements concerning the PHA's operations, programs, and services, and informs HUD, families served by the PHA, and members of the public of the PHA's mission, goals and objectives for serving the needs of low- income, very low- income, and extremely low- income families.
Applicability. Form HUD-50075-ST is to be completed annually by STANDARD PHAs or TROUBLED PHAs. PHAs that meet the definition of a High Performer PHA, Small PHA, HCV-Only PHA or Qualified PHA do not need to submit this form.
(1) High-Performer PHA - A PHA that owns or manages more than 550 combined public housing units and housing choice vouchers, and was designated as a high performer on both of the most recent Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS) and Section Eight Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) assessments if administering both programs, or PHAS if only administering public housing.
(2) Small PHA - A PHA that is not designated as PHAS or SEMAP troubled, or at risk of being designated as troubled, that owns or manages less than 250 public housing units and any number of vouchers where the total combined units exceeds 550.
(3) Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Only PHA - A PHA that administers more than 550 HCVs, was not designated as troubled in its most recent SEMAP assessment and does not own or manage public housing.
(4) Standard PHA - A PHA that owns or manages 250 or more public housing units and any number of vouchers where the total combined units exceeds 550, and that was designated as a standard performer in the most recent PHAS or SEMAP assessments.
(5) Troubled PHA - A PHA that achieves an overall PHAS or SEMAP score of less than 60 percent.
(6) Qualified PHA - A PHA with 550 or fewer public housing dwelling units and/or housing choice vouchers combined, and is not PHAS or SEMAP troubled.
PHA Name: Cleveland Housing Authority PHA Code: TN054
PHA Type: 1 Standard PHA 0 Troubled PHA
PHA Plan for Fiscal Year Beginning: (MM/YYYY): 07/2021
PHA Inventory (Based on Annual Contributions Contract (ACC) units at time of FY beginning, above)
Number of Public Housing (PH) Units 420 Number of Housing Choice Vouchers (HCVs) 208
Total Combined Units/Vouchers 628
PHA Plan Submission Type: Y- Annual Submission N -Revised Annual Submission
Availability of Information. PHAs must have the elements listed below in sections B and C readily available to the public. A PHA must identify the specific location(s) where the proposed PHA Plan, PHA Plan Elements, and all information relevant to the public hearing and proposed PHA Plan are available for inspection by the public. At a minimum, PHAs must post PHA Plans, including updates, at each Asset Management Project (AMP) and main office or central office of the PHA. PHAs are strongly encouraged to post complete PHA Plans on their official website. PHAs are also encouraged to provide each resident council a copy of their PHA Plans.
Cleveland Housing Authority Main Office
450 Walker Street, NE
Cleveland, TN 37320
N- PHA Consortia: (Check box if submitting a Joint PHA Plan and complete table below)
Participating PHAs PHA Code Program(s) in the Consortia Program(s) not in the Consortia No. of Units in Each Program
Annual Plan Elements
Revision of PHA Plan Elements.
(a) Have the following PHA Plan elements been revised by the PHA?
0 X Statement of Housing Needs and Strategy for Addressing Housing Needs
0 X Deconcentration and Other Policies that Govern Eligibility, Selection, and Admissions.
X 0 Financial Resources.
0 X Rent Determination.
0 X Operation and Management.
0 X Grievance Procedures.
0 X Homeownership Programs.
0 X Community Service and Self-Sufficiency Programs.
0 X Safety and Crime Prevention.
0 X Pet Policy.
0 X Asset Management.
0 X Substantial Deviation.
0 X Significant Amendment/Modification
(b) If the PHA answered yes for any element, describe the revisions for each revised element(s):
• Financial Resources change annually due to fluctuations in subsidy amounts
• No Smoking Policy - Implemented 1/1/18 - resident meetings, information sent to every household, met with County Health Department to discuss ways to assist residents in smoking cessation. Lease addendums signed. No Smoking Signs installed.
• CHA is committed to following the guidelines as set forth by HUD regulations regarding Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, final rule published July 16, 2015. Will work closely with the City of Cleveland, THDA, and TAHRA to make sure all is being done to assist our residents and potential residents in the community.
(c) The PHA must submit its Deconcentration Policy for Field Office review. (Attached)
(a) Does the PHA intend to undertake any new activities related to the following in the PHA's current Fiscal Year?
0 X Hope VI or Choice Neighborhoods.
X 0 Mixed Finance Modernization or Development. See attached
X 0 Demolition and/or Disposition. See attached - Additional strategic/surgical demolition/disposition as part of RAD
0 X Designated Housing for Elderly and/or Disabled Families.
0 X Conversion of Public Housing to Tenant-Based Assistance.
X 0 Conversion of Public Housing to Project-Based Assistance under RAD. CHAP Amendment request to be submitted to HUD.
0 X Occupancy by Over-Income Families.
0 X Occupancy by Police Officers.
X 0 Non-Smoking Policies. No Smoking Policy implemented 1/1/18 - see item B.1(b) for description portfolio-wide.
0 X Project-Based Vouchers.
X X Units with Approved Vacancies for Modernization. CHA obtained HUD approval for accumulating units for RAD project.
0 X Other Capital Grant Programs (i.e., Capital Fund Community Facilities Grants or Emergency Safety and Security Grants). Completed Energy Performance Contract (EPC) in February 2019.
(b) If any of these activities are planned for the current Fiscal Year, describe the activities. For new demolition activities, describe any public housing development or portion thereof, owned by the PHA for which the PHA has applied or will apply for demolition and/or disposition approval under section 18 of the 1937 Act under the separate demolition/disposition approval process. If using Project-Based Vouchers (PBVs), provide the projected number of project based units and general locations, and describe how project basing would be consistent with the PHA Plan.
Civil Rights Certification.
Form HUD-50077, PHA Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulations, must be submitted by the PHA as an electronic attachment to the PHA Plan.
Most Recent Fiscal Year Audit.
(a) Were there any findings in the most recent FY Audit?
(b) If yes, please describe:
Provide a description of the PHA's progress in meeting its Mission and Goals described in the PHA 5-Year and Annual Plan.
Attached as B5
Resident Advisory Board (RAB) Comments.
(a) Did the RAB(s) provide comments to the PHA Plan?
(c) If yes, comments must be submitted by the PHA as an attachment to the PHA Plan. PHAs must also include a narrative describing their analysis of the RAB recommendations and the decisions made on these recommendations.
Certification by State or Local Officials.
Form HUD 50077-SL, Certification by State or Local Officials of PHA Plans Consistency with the Consolidated Plan, must be submitted by the PHA as an electronic attachment to the PHA Plan.
(a) Does the PHA have any current Memorandum of Agreement, Performance Improvement Plan, or Recovery Plan in place?
Y N N/A
0 0 X
(b) If yes, please describe:
Statement of Capital Improvements. Required for all PHAs completing this form that administer public housing and receive funding from the Capital Fund Program (CFP).
C.1 Capital Improvements. Include a reference here to the most recent HUD-approved 5-Year Action Plan (HUD-50075.2) and the date that it was approved by HUD.
The most recent HUD-approved 5-year Action Plan (HUD-50075.2) was submitted to HUD on April 11, 2015 with the 2015 Five-Year and Annual Plan. It is a rolling plan and will be amended yearly. A new 5-year action plan has been submitted through the Activities Tab in EPIC.
Instructions for Preparation of Form HUD-50075-ST
Annual PHA Plan for Standard and Troubled PHAs
A. PHA Information. All PHAs must complete this section.
A.1 Include the full PHA Name, PHA Code, PHA Type, PHA Fiscal Year Beginning (MM/YYYY), PHA Inventory, Number of Public Housing Units and or Housing Choice Vouchers (HCVs), PHA Plan Submission Type, and the Availability of Information, specific location(s) of all information relevant to the public hearing and proposed PHA Plan. (24 CFR §903.23(4)(e))
PHA Consortia: Check box if submitting a Joint PHA Plan and complete the table. (24 CFR §943.128(a))
B. Annual Plan. All PHAs must complete this section.
B.1 Revision of PHA Plan Elements. PHAs must:
Identify specifically which plan elements listed below that have been revised by the PHA. To specify which elements have been revised, mark the "yes" box. If an element has not been revised, mark "no." (24 CFR §903.7)
N- Statement of Housing Needs and Strategy for Addressing Housing Needs. Provide a statement addressing the housing needs of low-income, very low-income and extremely low-income families and a brief description of the PHA's strategy for addressing the housing needs of families who reside in the jurisdiction served by the PHA. The statement must identify the housing needs of (i) families with incomes below 30 percent of area median income (extremely low-income), (ii) elderly families and families with disabilities, and (iii) households of various races and ethnic groups residing in the jurisdiction or on the waiting list based on information provided by the applicable Consolidated Plan, information provided by HUD, and other generally available data. The identification of housing needs must address issues of affordability, supply, quality, accessibility, size of units, and location. (24 CFR §903.7(a)(1)) Provide a description of the PHA's strategy for addressing the housing needs of families in the jurisdiction and on the waiting list in the upcoming year. (24 CFR §903.7(a)(2)(ii))
N- Deconcentration and Other Policies that Govern Eligibility, Selection, and Admissions. PHAs must submit a Deconcentration Policy for Field Office review. For additional guidance on what a PHA must do to deconcentrate poverty in its development and comply with fair housing requirements, see 24 CFR 903.2. (24 CFR §903.23(b)) Describe the PHA's admissions policy for deconcentration of poverty and income mixing of lower-income families in public housing. The Deconcentration Policy must describe the PHA's policy for bringing higher income tenants into lower income developments and lower income tenants into higher income developments. The deconcentration requirements apply to general occupancy and family public housing developments. Refer to 24 CFR §903.2(b)(2) for developments not subject to deconcentration of poverty and income mixing requirements. (24 CFR §903.7(b)) Describe the PHA's procedures for maintain waiting lists for admission to public housing and address any site-based waiting lists. (24 CFR §903.7(b)). A statement of the PHA's policies that govern resident or tenant eligibility, selection and admission including admission preferences for both public housing and HCV. (24 CFR §903.7(b)) Describe the unit assignment policies for public housing. (24 CFR §903.7(b))
N- Financial Resources. A statement of financial resources, including a listing by general categories, of the PHA's anticipated resources, such as PHA operating, capital and other anticipated Federal resources available to the PHA, as well as tenant rents and other income available to support public housing or tenant-based assistance. The statement also should include the non-Federal sources of funds supporting each Federal program, and state the planned use for the resources. (24 CFR §903.7(c))
N- Rent Determination. A statement of the policies of the PHA governing rents charged for public housing and HCV dwelling units, including applicable public housing flat rents, minimum rents, voucher family rent contributions, and payment standard policies. (24 CFR §903.7(d))
N- Operation and Management. A statement of the rules, standards, and policies of the PHA governing maintenance and management of housing owned, assisted, or operated by the public housing agency (which shall include measures necessary for the prevention or eradication of pest infestation, including cockroaches), and management of the PHA and programs of the PHA. (24 CFR §903.7(e))
N- Grievance Procedures. A description of the grievance and informal hearing and review procedures that the PHA makes available to its residents and applicants. (24 CFR §903.7(f))
N- Homeownership Programs. A description of any Section 5h, Section 32, Section 8y, or HOPE I public housing or Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) homeownership programs (including project number and unit count) administered by the agency or for which the PHA has applied or will apply for approval. (24 CFR §903.7(k))
N- Community Service and Self Sufficiency Programs. Describe how the PHA will comply with the requirements of community service and treatment of income changes resulting from welfare program requirements. (24 CFR §903.7(l)) A description of: 1) Any programs relating to services and amenities provided or offered to assisted families; and 2) Any policies or programs of the PHA for the enhancement of the economic and social self-sufficiency of assisted families, including programs under Section 3 and FSS. (24 CFR §903.7(l))
N- Safety and Crime Prevention. Describe the PHA's plan for safety and crime prevention to ensure the safety of the public housing residents. The statement must provide development-by-development or jurisdiction wide-basis: (i) A description of the need for measures to ensure the safety of public housing residents; (ii) A description of any crime prevention activities conducted or to be conducted by the PHA; and (iii) A description of the coordination between the PHA and the appropriate police precincts for carrying out crime prevention measures and activities. (24 CFR §903.7(m)) A description of: 1) Any activities, services, or programs provided or offered by an agency, either directly or in partnership with other service providers, to child or adult victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking; 2) Any activities, services, or programs provided or offered by a PHA that helps child and adult victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, to obtain or maintain housing; and 3) Any activities, services, or programs provided or offered by a public housing agency to prevent domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, or to enhance victim safety in assisted families. (24 CFR §903.7(m)(5))
N- Pet Policy. Describe the PHA's policies and requirements pertaining to the ownership of pets in public housing. (24 CFR §903.7(n))
N- Asset Management. State how the agency will carry out its asset management functions with respect to the public housing inventory of the agency, including how the agency will plan for the long-term operating, capital investment, rehabilitation, modernization, disposition, and other needs for such inventory. (24 CFR §903.7(q))
N- Substantial Deviation. PHA must provide its criteria for determining a "substantial deviation" to its 5-Year Plan. (24 CFR §903.7(r)(2)(i))
N- Significant Amendment/Modification. PHA must provide its criteria for determining a "Significant Amendment or Modification" to its 5-Year and Annual Plan. Should the PHA fail to define 'significant amendment/modification', HUD will consider the following to be 'significant amendments or modifications': a) changes to rent or admissions policies or organization of the waiting list; b) additions of non-emergency CFP work items (items not included in the current CFP Annual Statement or CFP 5-Year Action Plan) or change in use of replacement reserve funds under the Capital Fund; or c) any change with regard to demolition or disposition, designation, homeownership programs or conversion activities. See guidance on HUD's website at: Notice PIH 1999-51. (24 CFR §903.7(r)(2)(ii))
If any boxes are marked "yes", describe the revision(s) to those element(s) in the space provided.
B.2 New Activities. If the PHA intends to undertake any new activities related to these elements in the current Fiscal Year, mark "yes" for those elements, and describe the activities to be undertaken in the space provided. If the PHA does not plan to undertake these activities, mark "no."
N- Hope VI or Choice Neighborhoods. 1) A description of any housing (including project number (if known) and unit count) for which the PHA will apply for HOPE VI or Choice Neighborhoods; and 2) A timetable for the submission of applications or proposals. The application and approval process for Hope VI or Choice Neighborhoods is a separate process. See guidance on HUD's website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/programs/ph/hope6/index.cfm. (Notice PIH 2010-30)
N- Mixed Finance Modernization or Development. 1) A description of any housing (including project number (if known) and unit count) for which the PHA will apply for Mixed Finance Modernization or Development; and 2) A timetable for the submission of applications or proposals. The application and approval process for Mixed Finance Modernization or Development is a separate process. See guidance on HUD's website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/programs/ph/hope6/index.cfm. (Notice PIH 2010-30)
N- Demolition and/or Disposition. Describe any public housing projects owned by the PHA and subject to ACCs (including project number and unit numbers [or addresses]), and the number of affected units along with their sizes and accessibility features) for which the PHA will apply or is currently pending for demolition or disposition; and (2) A timetable for the demolition or disposition. This statement must be submitted to the extent that approved and/or pending demolition and/or disposition has changed as described in the PHA's last Annual and/or 5-Year PHA Plan submission. The application and approval process for demolition and/or disposition is a separate process. See guidance on HUD's website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/centers/sac/demo_dispo/index.cfm. (24 CFR §903.7(h))
N- Designated Housing for Elderly and Disabled Families. Describe any public housing projects owned, assisted or operated by the PHA (or portions thereof), in the upcoming fiscal year, that the PHA has continually operated as, has designated, or will apply for designation for occupancy by elderly and/or disabled families only. Include the following information: 1) development name and number; 2) designation type; 3) application status; 4) date the designation was approved, submitted, or planned for submission, and; 5) the number of units affected. Note: The application and approval process for such designations is separate from the PHA Plan process, and PHA Plan approval does not constitute HUD approval of any designation. (24 CFR §903.7(i)(C))
N- Conversion of Public Housing. Describe any public housing building(s) (including project number and unit count) owned by the PHA that the PHA is required to convert or plans to voluntarily convert to tenant-based assistance; 2) An analysis of the projects or buildings required to be converted; and 3) A statement of the amount of assistance received to be used for rental assistance or other housing assistance in connection with such conversion. See guidance on HUD's website at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/pih/centers/sac/conversion.cfm. (24 CFR §903.7(j))
Y- Conversion of Public Housing. Describe any public housing building(s) (including project number and unit count) owned by the PHA that the PHA plans to voluntarily convert to project-based assistance under RAD. See Attachment section B.2 & B.8 See additional guidance on HUD's website at: Notice PIH 2012-32
N- Occupancy by Over-Income Families. A PHA that owns or operates fewer than two hundred fifty (250) public housing units, may lease a unit in a public housing development to an over-income family (a family whose annual income exceeds the limit for a low income family at the time of initial occupancy), if all the following conditions are satisfied: (1) There are no eligible low income families on the PHA waiting list or applying for public housing assistance when the unit is leased to an over-income family; (2) The PHA has publicized availability of the unit for rental to eligible low income families, including publishing public notice of such availability in a newspaper of general circulation in the jurisdiction at least thirty days before offering the unit to an over-income family; (3) The over-income family rents the unit on a month-to-month basis for a rent that is not less than the PHA's cost to operate the unit; (4) The lease to the over-income family provides that the family agrees to vacate the unit when needed for rental to an eligible family; and (5) The PHA gives the over-income family at least thirty days notice to vacate the unit when the unit is needed for rental to an eligible family. The PHA may incorporate information on occupancy by over-income families into its PHA Plan statement of deconcentration and other policies that govern eligibility, selection, and admissions. See additional guidance on HUD's website at: Notice PIH 2011-7. (24 CFR 960.503) (24 CFR 903.7(b))
N- Occupancy by Police Officers. The PHA may allow police officers who would not otherwise be eligible for occupancy in public housing, to reside in a public housing dwelling unit. The PHA must include the number and location of the units to be occupied by police officers, and the terms and conditions of their tenancies; and a statement that such occupancy is needed to increase security for public housing residents. A "police officer" means a person determined by the PHA to be, during the period of residence of that person in public housing, employed on a full-time basis as a duly licensed professional police officer by a Federal, State or local government or by any agency of these governments. An officer of an accredited police force of a housing agency may qualify. The PHA may incorporate information on occupancy by police officers into its PHA Plan statement of deconcentration and other policies that govern eligibility, selection, and admissions. See additional guidance on HUD's website at: Notice PIH 2011-7. (24 CFR 960.505) (24 CFR 903.7(b))
N- Non-Smoking Policies. The PHA may implement non-smoking policies in its public housing program and incorporate this into its PHA Plan statement of operation and management and the rules and standards that will apply to its projects. See additional guidance on HUD's website at: Notice PIH 2009-21. (24 CFR §903.7(e))
N- Project-Based Vouchers. Describe any plans to use Housing Choice Vouchers (HCVs) for new project-based vouchers, which must comply with PBV goals, civil rights requirements, Housing Quality Standards (HQS) and deconcentration standards, as stated in 983.57(b)(1) and set forth in the PHA Plan statement of deconcentration and other policies that govern eligibility, selection, and admissions. If using project-based vouchers, provide the projected number of project-based units and general locations, and describe how project-basing would be consistent with the PHA Plan. (24 CFR §903.7(b))
N- Units with Approved Vacancies for Modernization. The PHA must include a statement related to units with approved vacancies that are undergoing modernization in accordance with 24 CFR §990.145(a)(1).
N- Other Capital Grant Programs (i.e., Capital Fund Community Facilities Grants or Emergency Safety and Security Grants).
For all activities that the PHA plans to undertake in the current Fiscal Year, provide a description of the activity in the space provided.
B.3 Civil Rights Certification. Form HUD-50077, PHA Certifications of Compliance with the PHA Plans and Related Regulation, must be submitted by the PHA as an electronic attachment to the PHA Plan. This includes all certifications relating to Civil Rights and related regulations. A PHA will be considered in compliance with the AFFH Certification if: it can document that it examines its programs and proposed programs to identify any impediments to fair housing choice within those programs; addresses those impediments in a reasonable fashion in view of the resources available; works with the local jurisdiction to implement any of the jurisdiction's initiatives to affirmatively further fair housing; and assures that the annual plan is consistent with any applicable Consolidated Plan for its jurisdiction. (24 CFR §903.7(o))
B.4 Most Recent Fiscal Year Audit. If the results of the most recent fiscal year audit for the PHA included any findings, mark "yes" and describe those findings in the space provided. (24 CFR §903.7(p)) -N
B.5 Progress Report. For all Annual Plans following submission of the first Annual Plan, a PHA must include a brief statement of the PHA's progress in meeting the mission and goals described in the 5-Year PHA Plan. (24 CFR §903.7(r)(1))
B.6 Resident Advisory Board (RAB) comments. If the RAB provided comments to the annual plan, mark "yes," submit the comments as an attachment to the Plan and describe the analysis of the comments and the PHA's decision made on these recommendations. (24 CFR §903.13(c), 24 CFR §903.19)-N
B.7 Certification by State of Local Officials. Form HUD-50077-SL, Certification by State or Local Officials of PHA Plans Consistency with the Consolidated Plan, must be submitted by the PHA as an electronic attachment to the PHA Plan. (24 CFR §903.15). Note: A PHA may request to change its fiscal year to better coordinate its planning with planning done under the Consolidated Plan process by State or local officials as applicable.
B.8 Troubled PHA. If the PHA is designated troubled, and has a current MOA, improvement plan, or recovery plan in place, mark "yes," and describe that plan. If the PHA is troubled, but does not have any of these items, mark "no." If the PHA is not troubled, mark "N/A." (24 CFR §903.9)-N/A
C. Statement of Capital Improvements. PHAs that receive funding from the Capital Fund Program (CFP) must complete this section. (24 CFR 903.7 (g))
C.1 Capital Improvements. In order to comply with this requirement, the PHA must reference the most recent HUD approved Capital Fund 5 Year Action Plan.
PHAs can reference the form by including the following language in Section C. 8.0 of the PHA Plan Template: "See HUD Form- 50075.2 approved by HUD
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________This information collection is authorized by Section 511 of the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act, which added a new section 5A to the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, as amended, which introduced the 5-Year and Annual PHA Plan.
Public reporting burden for this information collection is estimated to average 9.2 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. HUD may not collect this information, and respondents are not required to complete this form, unless it displays a currently valid OMB Control Number.
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