city of San Antonio


Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 21-1608   
Type: Staff Briefing - Without Ordinance
In control: Planning and Land Development Committee
On agenda: 2/8/2021
Posting Language: Consideration of a recommendation to reprogram $3,401,669 in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funding to affordable housing development activities and $1,144,002 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to eligible activities. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; VerĂ³nica R. Soto, Director, Neighborhood and Housing Services]
Attachments: 1. Staff Presentation
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
No records to display.
DEPARTMENT: Neighborhood and Housing Services


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Ver?nica R. Soto, FAICP, Director


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: City-Wide


SUBJECT:

Substantial Amendment #3 (Reprogramming) to the FY 2021 Action Plan and Budget


SUMMARY:

Consideration of a recommendation to approve Substantial Amendment #3 to the FY 2021 Action Plan and Budget to reprogram up to $3,401,669 in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds to eligible affordable housing development activities and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds in an amount not to exceed $1,144,002 to eligible public works and public services activities consistent with the Five-Year Consolidated Plan as follows: (a) up to $630,506 for Zarzamora Service Center Environmental Remediation; (b) up to $208,282 for the Parks and Recreation Summer Youth Program; (c) up to $75,000 for the Avenida Guadalupe Master Plan; (d) up to $100,000 for the Minor Repair Program; (e) up to $99,250 for consultant services for the HUD Five-Year Consolidated Plan; (f) up to $12,540.97 in supplemental funding for the St. James Street Reconstruction project, and (g) up to $18,423.03 in supplemental funding for the Canadian Street Reclamation project.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

On August 13, 2020, City Council approved the $22.4 million FY 2021 HUD Action Plan and Budget (Action Plan) for the four U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) federal grants which included $2.5 million in HOME funding for affordable rental and homeownership housing development. On January 21, 2021, City Council approved Substantial Amendment #2 to the FY 2021 Action Plan which added $3 million in CDBG funding for affordable rental and homeownership housing development. The City issued Requests for Applications for both Rental and Homeownership Housing Development in October 2020. Five rental housing development applications totaling $5,150,000 in funding and three homeownership housing applications totaling $3,626,669 in fundi...

Click here for full text