Consolidated Plan

Consolidated Plan

Notices/Announcements

The Consolidated Plan Annual Action Plan is the City of New York's annual application to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Community Planning and Development (HUD-CPD) for four formula entitlement grant programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA).

These federal funds are used to address affordable housing needs, homelessness, supportive housing services and community development needs for programs which either directly or indirectly benefit low- and moderate-income households.

The City's Consolidated Plan Program Year is from January 1 to December 31.

In addition to the Annual Action Plan, formula entitlement localities are required to submit a Five-Year Consolidated Plan, every five (5) years to HUD-CPD. The Consolidated Plan consists of the City's Needs Assessment, Housing - Market Analysis, a five-year Strategic Plan, and the One-Year Action Plan grant application. The Five-Year Consolidated Plan is the City of New York's 's five-year strategic plan for Consolidated Plan Years 2021-2025 and its proposed first year Action Plan for 2021.

The Citizen Participation Plan (CPP), currently under amendment, is New York City's framework to promote a community-wide dialogue to identify housing and community development priorities and guide the use of funding received from the Community Planning and Development (CPD) formula entitlement grant programs administered by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). New York City's CPP sets forth the procedures adopted to encourage citizen participation in formulating the Plan and provides for citizen participation throughout the consolidated planning process.

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Written comments and any questions regarding the Consolidated Plan can be directed to:

Lisa Rambaran
Consolidated Plan Program Manager
Mayor's Office of Operations
253 Broadway, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10007
Office: 212-788-2643

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Anti-Displacement

In accordance with 24 CFR 42.325(a), the City will continue to take all reasonable steps to minimize the displacement of families and individuals from their homes and neighborhoods as a result of a federally assisted project activity assisted with funds provided under (1) the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Entitlement Program (24 CFR 570), or (2) the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (24 CFR 92)

View the 2022 Anti-Displacement Plan

2022 – 2025 HOPWA Amended Strategic Plan

HOPWA’s Strategic Plan Amendment 2022-2025:

As a result of revisions to metropolitan statistical areas (OMB Bulletin No. 18-04) issued by the Office of Management and Budget, the composition of the Metropolitan Divisions within the New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) will change effective Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2022. Per OMB Bulletin No. 18-04 and 42 U.S.C. 12903(c)(2)(B), New York City’s HOPWA EMSA jurisdiction for FFY 2022 and subsequent allocations includes the following counties: 1) Bronx, 2) Kings, 3) New York, 4) Queens, 5) Richmond, 6) Putnam, 7) Rockland, and 8) Westchester.

Middlesex County, NJ; Monmouth County, NJ; and Ocean County, NJ, which were previously part of NY’s EMSA jurisdiction, will now be part of the New Brunswick Lakewood, NJ Metropolitan Division for FFY 2022 and subsequent HOPWA allocations. The Township of Lakewood, NJ, is eligible to serve as the HOPWA grantee for this new EMSA.

Orange County, NY, which was previously part of NY’s EMSA jurisdiction, will now be covered under NYS’s HOPWA balance of state service area for FFY 2022 and subsequent allocations. In addition, Putnam County which was previously part of NYS’s HOPWA balance of state service area, is now part of NYC’s EMSA jurisdiction for FFY 2022 and subsequent allocations.

Beginning in FFY 2022, the City will be adding Resource Identification, a new HOPWA goal to support efforts around the development of housing resources, system coordination, HOPWA training costs, and HIV/AIDS housing needs assessments.

The Mayor’s Office of Operations is announcing a 30- day public comment period that will begin October 27, 2022 until November 25, 2022. The HOPWA’s Strategic Plan Amendment 2022-2025 can be accessed at the Mayor’s Office of Operations website.

Written comments may be submitted to Ms. Lisa Rambaran either via email ConPlanNYC@cityhall.nyc.gov or at the Mayor’s Office of Operations, 253 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, New York 10007.

Any comments received will be summarized and agencies’ responses incorporated into the submission to HUD.

View the 2022 – 2025 HOPWA Amended Strategic Plan

2019 ESG-CV NYC CARES Act Amendment

The City of New York proposes to amend its previously-approved 2019 Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan to reflect the additional CARES Act funding the City is receiving through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s, ESG-CV Reallocation funds to better address citywide needs due to coronavirus.

View the 2019 ESG-CV NYC CARES Act Amendment

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2022 Annual Action Plan

The City of New York
The Mayor's Office of Operations
Notice of a Public Hearing and Public Comment Period
Proposed 2022 Annual Action Plan

In accordance with 24 CFR 91.105 of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Consolidated Plan regulations regarding citizen participation, the Mayor’s Office of Operations, along with the agencies responsible for implementing the City of New York’s Annual Action Plan have scheduled a:

Virtual Hearing on Wednesday, July 20th 2022 from 2:00-3:00pm for the Proposed 2022 Annual Action Plan.

The 30-day Public Comment Period on the Proposed 2022 Annual Action Plan is Friday, July 1st, 2022 – Saturday, July 30th, 2022.

The Public Hearing has been scheduled to obtain comments on the proposed plan and the City's use of federal funds to address housing, services for the homeless, supportive housing service and community development needs, affirmatively further fair housing, and the development of proposed activities.

Questions concerning New York City's Consolidated Plan should be sent to Lisa Rambaran, the New York City Consolidated Plan Program Manager, conplannyc@cityhall.nyc.gov.

View the 2022 Annual Action Plan

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View the 2022 Consolidated Plan - Appendices

Proposed City Fiscal Year 2023 Community Development Program

City of New York
Mayor's Office of Management and Budget
Mayor's Office of Operations
Community Development Block Grant Program
Notice of Proposed Program Allocations for the 2022 Consolidated Plan
Notice of Availability of the Proposed City Fiscal Year 2023
Community Development Program Descriptions & Budget

To All Agencies, Community Boards, Groups, and Persons:

Modification to the Community Development Block Grant Program (CD)

Pursuant to Section 91.105(c) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Consolidated Plan Regulations, the City proposes programs and budget allocations for the 2022 Consolidated Plan/Forty-Eighth Community Development Program Year (CD 48). The programs and budget allocations are identified in the "Proposed City Fiscal Year 2023 Community Development Program." This document contains the Proposed City Fiscal Year 2023 budget, the Proposed Revised CD Year 48 budget (which will be incorporated into the Calendar Year 2022 Consolidated Plan), and the Proposed CD 49 / Calendar Year 2023 budget. This document is not related to Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery funding.

Beginning Wednesday, April 27, 2022, the "Proposed City Fiscal Year 2023 Community Development Program" document will be available for download through the Mayor’s Office of Operations’ website at www1.nyc.gov/site/operations/projects/consolidated-plan.page. Executive summaries will also be available.

Please email any comments on the proposed changes to ConPlanNYC@cityhall.nyc.gov by close of business May 31, 2022.

City of New York: Eric Adams, Mayor
Jacques Jiha, Ph.D., Director, Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget

Date: April 27, 2022

City's Proposed Applications for NYS CDBG Funding

City of New York
Department of City Planning
Mayor's Office of Operations
Mayor's Office of Management and Budget
Notice of Availability to Review Applications for Community Develpment Block Grant Funding from the New York Sate Office of Community Renewel and Notice of a Public Hearing

To all agencies, community boards, groups, and persons:

The City of New York (the City) will hold a public hearing and comment period for the purpose of hearing comments on the City's community development needs, and to discuss the submission of several Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) applications for the 2021 program year.

The City will hold a virtual public hearing on Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 12:00PM. The hearing will provide information about the CDBG program and allow for interested parties to discuss the applications. Comments on the proposed projects will be received at this time. If special accommodations are needed for persons with disabilities, those with hearing impairments, or those in need of translation from English, those individuals should email Con-PlanNYC@planning.nyc.gov at least three days in advance of the hearing date to allow for necessary arrangements.

The hearing is being conducted pursuant to 24 CFR § 570.486 in compliance with the requirements of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended and 24 CFR § 91.105(c) of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Consolidated Plan regulations. Pursuant to waivers issued by HUD given the ongoing pandemic, the City will not hold in-person hearings and has instead created an online platform that allows the public to review the proposed submissions, provide comments, and view responses by the City to the comments received. You may email comments to Con-PlanNYC@planning.nyc.gov. If you are unable to access email, please submit your comments to Lisa Rambaran, Consolidated Plan Program Manager, Department of City Planning, 120 Broadway 31st Floor, New York, New York 10271. Comments must be received by close of business August 5, 2021.

View the Virtual Public Hearing Notice for the City's Proposed Applications for NYS CDBG Funding.

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) applications

Consolidated Plan 2021 Five-Year Strategic Plan/One-Year Action Plan

(Public Comment Version)

The 2021 Consolidated Plan is the City of New York's submission to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Community Planning and Development (HUD-CPD) of its five-year strategic plan for Consolidated Plan Years 2021-2025.

2021 Five-Year Strategic Plan/One-Year Action Plan (Public Comment Version)

Proposed City Fiscal Year 2022 Community Development Program

City of New York
Department of City Planning
Mayor's Office of Management and Budget
Community Development Block Grant Program
Notice of Proposed Program Allocations for the 2021 Consolidated Plan
Notice of Availability of the Proposed City Fiscal Year 2022
Community Development Program Descriptions & Budget

To All Agencies, Community Boards, Groups, and Persons:

Modification to the Community Development Block Grant Program (CD)

Pursuant to Section 91.105(c) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Consolidated Plan Regulations, the City proposes programs and budget allocations for the 2021 Consolidated Plan/Forty-Seventh Community Development Program Year (CD 47), effective July 1, 2021. The programs and budget allocations are identified in the "Proposed City Fiscal Year 2022 Community Development Program." This document contains the Proposed City Fiscal Year 2022 budget, the Proposed Revised CD Year 47 budget (which will be incorporated into the 2021 Consolidated Plan), and the Proposed CD 48 budget. This document is not related to Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery funding or to funding allocated in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beginning Tuesday, April 27, 2021, the "Proposed City Fiscal Year 2022 Community Development Program" document will be available for download through the Department of City Planning's website at www.nyc.gov/planning. Executive Summaries in English, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese (simplified) will also be available. Due to the COVID-19 emergency, the document will not be printed.

Email your comments on the proposed changes to Lisa Rambaran, Consolidated Plan Coordinator, Department of City Planning at Con-PlanNYC@planning.nyc.gov) by close of business May 27, 2021.

City of New York: Marisa Lago, Director, Department of City Planning
Jacques Jiha, Ph.D., Director, Mayor's Office of Management and Budget

Date: April 27, 2021

Proposed City Fiscal Year 2021 Community Development Program

City of New York
Department of City Planning
Mayor's Office of Management and Budget
Community Developent Block Grant Program
Notice of Proposed Program Allocations for the 2020 Consolidated Plan
Notice of Availability of the Proposed City Fiscal Year 2021
Community Development Program Descriptions & Budget

To All Agencies, Community BOards, Groups, and Persons:

Modification to the Community Development Block Grant Program (CD)

Pursuant to Section 91.105(c) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Consolidated Plan Regulations, the City proposes programs and budget allocations for the 2020 Consolidated Plan/Forty-Sixth Community Development Program Year (CD 46), effective July 1, 2020. The programs and budget allocations are identified in the "Proposed City Fiscal Year 2021 Community Development Program." This document contains the Proposed City Fiscal Year 2021 budget, the Proposed Revised CD Year 46 budget (which will be incorporated into the 2020 Consolidated Plan) and the Proposed CD 47 budget. This document is not related to Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery funding or to funding being made available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (aka "CARES Act").

Beginning Friday, April 17, 2020, the "Proposed City Fiscal Year 2021 Community Development Program" document will be available for download through the Department of City Planning's website at www.nyc.gov/planning. Executive Summaries in English, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese (simplified) will also be available. Due to the COVID-19 emergency, the document will not be printed.

Email your comments on the proposed changes to Lisa Rambaran, Consolidated Plan Coordinator, Department of City Planning at Con-PlanNYC@planning.nyc.gov by close of business May 18, 2020.

City of New York: Marisa Lago, Director, Department of City Planning
Melanie Hartzog, Director, Mayor's Office of Management and Budget
Date: April 17, 2020.

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