The City Manager will present his FY17 budget recommendations to the Alexandria City Council. For more information on the FY17 budget process, click here.
The County Manager will present his recommendations for the FY17 budget to the County Board. For more information on the County’s budget process, click here.
The County Executive will present his FY17 budget recommendations to the County Board of Supervisors. Here is the complete schedule of the FY2017 budget timeline.
Join housing advocates from across the state for Housing Day in Richmond on Thursday, February 11. A full day of events, including meetings with legislators in the General Assembly, are planned, and strong support is needed for the Governor’s budget allocation of $10 million for the State Housing Trust Fund! To register for the Housing
Outcomes from the Fall Lee Highway Community Visioning Charrette have been compiled into a Draft Community Vision. Everyone is invited to attend a presentation of the draft, ask questions and provide feedback at a community meeting on February 6, 10 a.m. at Yorktown High School.
We’ll be watching to see if the Governor’s line item of $10 million for the Housing Trust Fund (HTF) in the FY17-18 budget is preserved. We’ll also follow legislation that will be introduced to provide a dedicated source of revenue for the HTF during this 60 day session. You can follow all the action here.
The Alexandria City Council will hold a public hearing on the appeal of a ruling by the city’s Board of Architectural Review (BAR) that denied permission to demolish Ramsey Homes, 15 units of affordable housing owned by the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority (ARHA). ARHA states that the buildings suffer from deferred maintenance and the
Arlington’s Affordable Housing Master Plan and the Implementation Framework, which have been three years in the making, are scheduled for a County Board vote on September 19th. 13,500 affordable housing units were lost between 2000-2013, and the County faces a shortfall of 7,500 homes for their current low income population. This plan sets goals and
Plan to attend the Virginia Housing Coalition’s (VHC) Regional Housing Forum on Monday, Sept 28, 10 AM – 12 noon, at the offices of AHC, Inc. (the Frederick Community Conference room), located at 2230 N. Fairfax Drive, Arlington. This is VHC’s annual regional meeting to hear about housing issues of concern for NoVA. Input from
Housing Trust Fund How-to-Apply Workshops The Virginia Housing Trust Fund is intended to create and preserve affordable housing and to reduce homelessness in the commonwealth, and applications for the program will be opening soon. In order to cover the application process, the Department of Housing and Community Development will be holding several how-to-apply workshops throughout