State of Affordable Housing 2017Federal Upheaval…Local Consequences Congress and the President are considering some of the most substantial changes in federal support for affordable housing in decades—massive cuts to CDBG, HOME and other HUD programs, as well as tax reform that could fundamentally change the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program. Join the Alliance for Housing
The City of Alexandria invites the public to provide feedback on a proposed amendment to the city’s bonus density program. Plan to attend an information and listening session on Wednesday, April 5, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Charles Houston Recreation Center (Seniors Room), 901 Wythe Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. The Bonus
The City of Alexandria will hold a Community Meeting on Monday, January 9, 2017, at 7 p.m. in the Durant Recreation Center, 1605 Cameron Street, regarding the disposition of the following City-owned surplus properties: 912, 916 and 920 King Street; 116 S. Henry Street; and 120, 122 and 122 ½ N. Patrick Street. For
In their first year as the merged Virginia Housing Alliance, VHA will present legislative and housing program updates, as well as updates on innovative homeless services work being done by the continuums of care (COCs) in Virginia. Those in the housing and homelessness world including housing providers and developers, housing authorities, homeless service providers, CDFIs
“Finding the Missing Middle – Expanding Middle-Income Housing Options” is the theme of the Alliance for Housing Solutions’ Tenth Annual Leckey Affordable Housing Forum. Creating affordable rental and home-ownership opportunities for middle-income households (80–120% of AMI) is an important policy goal of Arlington’s Affordable Housing Master Plan. This year’s Leckey Forum explores “missing middle housing”—housing
Plan to attend SALT’s 2016 Advocacy Training Conference on Saturday, October 15, 9 -11:30 AM at the Virginia International University, 4401 Village Drive, in Fairfax. This year’s annual event will feature Mark Shriver as the keynote speaker, and the topic is “Justice for All: Working to Set Things Right in Virginia So All May Flourish.”
Arlington County invites qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations to submit proposals requesting funds for eligible programs and services from the Community Development Fund for a one year grant. The Community Development Fund is a pool of funding comprised of a combination of federal, state, and local sources: Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Federal and State
The Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is holding a pre-proposal conference at 1 PM on July 27 to discuss the process and priorities for those interested in applying for funding for affordable housing development in the county. The RFP will make $10.7 million, including federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)/HOME Investment
The City of Alexandria and the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority will hold their next session of the Redevelopment Work Group for Ramsey Homes on July 14, 5:30 – 7:30 PM at City Hall.
The Virginia Housing Development Authority will hold a Qualified Allocation Plan Forum for the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program on July 13, 10 – 12 noon, at VHDA Headquarters, 601 S. Belvidere Street, Richmond. For more information, contact Pamela Freeth, (804) 343-5518.