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2009 CDBG Accomplishments

 

 

Housing Rehabilitation
Projects
Population Served
Proposed Goal
5 year CHAS (2005 – 2009)
Completed in
2009
Completed
2005 - Present
Homeowner Rehabilitation Program Low income households

75-100 households

4 HH 33 HH
Handicapped Access Program (Owner & Renter) Extremely low, Very low and low income households 40-50 households 10 HH 23 HH
Emergency Housing Repair (Owner) Extremely low and very low income households 60 households 19 HH 75 HH
Paint-A-Thon (Elderly Owners) Extremely low and very low income households 15-30 households 0 HH 12 HH
Preservation of Rental Housing via rehab or acquisition (Rental) Extremely low and very low income households 250 households 213 HH 384 HH

 

Home Ownership Programs
Projects
Population Served
Proposed Goal
5 year CHAS (2005 – 2009)
Completed in
2009
Completed
2005 - Present
Down payment Assistance Very low and low income households 125-200 Longmont households
(25-30 county hh)
16 HH
(2 outside Longmont)
87 HH
(14 outside Longmont)
Community Housing Program Low income households 150-250 households 12 HH 83 HH
Home Ownership Training Very low and low income households 500 households 596 HH 1211 HH
Foreclosure Prevention Program Extremely low, very low and low income households 15-20 households 0 HH 7 HH

 

Acquisition Programs
Projects
Population Served
Proposed Goal
5 year CHAS (2005 – 2009)
Completed in
2009
Completed
2005 - Present
Acquisition of non-affordable Rental units converted to Affordable Extremely low and very low income renters 100 households (includes 20-30 transitional housing units)
0 HH
162 HH
Acquisition of Land for New Construction (Owner and Rental) Extremely low, very low and low income households 25 households 0 HH 12 HH

 

New Construction Programs
Projects
Population Served
Proposed Goal
5 year CHAS (2005 – 2009)
Completed in
2009
Completed
2005 - Present
Housing Incentive Programs (Owner & Rental) Very low income renters and low income owners

150 households

1 rental unit
13 owner HH

163 renter HH
117 owner HH

Annexation Program (Rental) Very low income renters 25-50 households 0 HH 0 renter HH
Financing/Funding Opportunities All below 80% AMI with priority to <40% AMI Included in goals previously listed NA NA

 

Rental Assistance Programs
Projects
Population Served
Proposed Goal
5 year CHAS (2005 – 2009)
Completed in
2009
Completed
2005 - Present
Housing Choice Voucher Program Extremely low income renters Additional 50 households 0 HH 63 HH
Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program Extremely low income homeless persons/families 10 households 8 HH 45 HH
Rent Deposit Program
Extremely low and very low income disabled households 150 households 12 HH 96 HH

 

Supportive Services
Projects
Population Served
Proposed Goal
5 year CHAS (2005 – 2009)
Completed in
2009
Completed
2005 - Present

Homeless Assistance and Prevention Activities

• Emergency Shelter Pmts.

• Case Management Support

• Educational Opportunities

Homeless households and extremely low and very low income households 50-60 HH

1,500 persons

25 persons

10 persons

759 HH

568 persons

191 persons

0 persons

4,713 HH

2922 persons

925 persons

866 persons

Individual Development Accounts Extremely low, very low and low income households 1,500 persons 7* HH 17 HH
Child Care Assistance Children from extremely low and very low income households 1,200 Children 310 kids 2,948 kids
Educational Services – computer learning lab, business training, job training, GED, financial and credit counseling, literacy & ESL, etc. Extremely low, very low and low income persons 40-50 persons 2,209 persons 6,512 persons
Neighborhood Revitalization
Assistance to neighborhoods Low income households 5 different neighborhoods 1 neigh
(Midtown )
6 neigh

Printable Version of Complete Report:

2009 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (Adobe Acrobat 1.3 mb)

If you have any questions regarding the 2009 accomplishments, please contact Tracy Defrancesco via e-mail at tracy.defrancesco@ci.longmont.co.us, or by phone at 303-774-4445.

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