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HUD Consolidated Plan

City of Bristol

CAPER Public Notice

Community Feedback Requested: Housing and Community Development in Tennessee

The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) has completed a draft of the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) on the 2015-19 Tennessee Consolidated Plan for the CDBG, ESG, HOME, HOPWA, and Housing Trust Fund (HTF) programs. This annual report to HUD describes how federal funds were spent on activities that benefit low and moderate income residents as well as other housing and community development activities across the state. Citizens are encouraged to review and make comments on information contained in the report. The CAPER draft is available for review and public comment at https://thda.org/about-thda/public-notice-and-comment beginning September 4, 2019. A draft summary in English and Spanish will also be available. Written comments via electronic submission on the THDA website will be accepted from September 4-19, 2019.

Additionally, THDA invites all Tennessee residents to participate in a fair housing survey open through October 4, 2019. English and Spanish versions of the survey are available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FairHousingTN.

Please send accommodation requests to Research@thda.org.

Se Pide Comentarios de la Comunidad: Viviendas y Desarrollo Comunitario en Tennessee

La Agencia del Desarrollo de Viviendas de Tennessee ha completado un borrador del Informe de Desempeño y Evaluación Anual Consolidado (Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report, CAPER) sobre el Plan Consolidado de Tennessee 2015-19 para los programas CDBG, ESHG, HOME, HOPWA, y Fondo Fiduciario de Viviendas (HTF). Este informe anual al HUD describe cómo fondos federales fueron gastados en actividades que beneficiaron a residentes de ingresos bajos y moderados, además de otras actividades de viviendas y desarrollo comunitarios a lo largo del estado. Se animan a los ciudadanos a que revisen y hagan comentarios sobre la información contenida en el informe. El borrador del CAPER está disponible para revisión y comentarios públicos en https://thda.org/about-thda/public-notice-and-comment  a partir del 4 de septiembre de 2019. Un resumen del borrador en inglés y español también estará disponible. Se aceptan comentarios escritos vía presentación electrónica en el sitio web de THDA del 4-19 de septiembre de 2019.

Además, THDA invita a todos los residentes de Tennessee a participar en una encuesta de vivienda equitativa, abierto hasta el 4 de octubre de 2019. Versiones de la encuesta en inglés y español están disponibles en https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FairHousingTN?lang=es_US

Por favor envíe solicitudes de acomodaciones a Research@thda.org.

Fair Housing Survey Announcements:

Tennessee Fair Housing Survey – Now Extended Through October 4, 2019

Whether you are a renter or homeowner, fair and affordable housing matters to everyone. The Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) and partners have released a survey for ALL Tennesseans to tell us about your housing experiences. THDA is conducting a study of fair housing in Tennessee called the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice. As the name suggests, we are looking to identify barriers faced to fair and affordable housing choices and determine solutions to minimize those barriers.

All Tennesseans are encouraged to click the link below and share with friends, family, neighbors, colleagues, and clients. The survey is available in English and Spanish. Please respond by October 4, 2019.

English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FairHousingTN

Encuesta sobre equidad de la vivienda para residentes de Tennessee - Responder antes del 4 de octubre de 2019

Ya sea que sea inquilino o propietario, la equidad y asequibilidad de la vivienda nos atañe a todos. La Agencia de Desarrollo de la Vivienda de Tennessee (THDA), y sus asociados han lanzado una encuesta para que TODOS los residentes de Tennessee cuenten sus experiencias en lo que respecta a la vivienda. La THDA está realizando una investigación respecto a la equidad de la vivienda en Tennessee denominado Análisis de los obstáculos en la equidad de las opciones de vivienda. Tal y como el nombre sugiere, buscamos identificar barreras que se enfrentan en la equidad y asequibilidad de las opciones de vivienda y encontrar soluciones para minimizar esas barreras.

Se alienta a todos los residentes de Tennessee a visitar el siguiente enlace o escanear el código QR para participar en la encuesta. Esta encuesta se toma aproximadamente de 15  a 20 minutos completarla. Una vez que haya terminado, comparta el enlace con sus amigos, familiares, vecinos, colegas y clientes. La encuesta está disponible en inglés y en español. Responder antes del 4 de octubre de 2019.

Para Español: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FairHousingTN?lang=es_US 

 

Attention Licensed Contractors

Home Rehabilitation / Reconstruction

Project Opportunities

 

The First Tennessee Development District office administers housing rehabilitation projects through grant funded programs in eight Northeast Tennessee Counties which includes Carter, Greene, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington Counties.  

 

We have approximately 50 rehabilitation/reconstruction jobs each year with approximate costs estimated as:

 

Rehabilitation projects - $25,000 - $50,000 per home

Reconstruction projects- $85,000 - $115,000 per home

Emergency Repairs projects- $3,000 – $12,000 per home

 

Contractors would need to complete an application and provide a copy of their license and insurance to participate.

 

Qualified contractors will also need to provide a listing of “trained workers” and/or Certified Supervisors employed by your firm (and any other relevant information) enabling your firm to comply with HUD guidelines for evaluation and control of lead-based paint hazards and the State of Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation lead-based paint abatement requirements. 

 

If you are interested in working in any of the programs or have additional questions, please contact Bill Forrester, at (423) 722-5099.  

 

 

THDA Annual Action Plan Notice

Spanish Translation Included

Request for Proposals 

Northeast Tennessee / Virginia HOME Consortium