Chino Hills officials are looking to hold a meeting in an effort to gather more information from the community regarding issues related to affordable housing, homelessness, special needs, and community and economic development issues.
The information gathered in the meeting will be included in the city's 2013-2018 Consolidated Plan which is required of them as a part of the city's participation in the Federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grant programs.Read the Entire Article
Federal Programs Related to - Housing, General/Other
Programs that seek to meet the basic shelter needs of the community by providing temporary shelter for people who are in emergency situations, home improvement programs, housing location assistance and a variety of housing alternatives.
Federal Programs Related to - Affordable Housing
Programs that construct, acquire, renovate, and/or preserve housing for low and moderate income individuals and families. Federal Leased Housing; FMHA 515 Programs; Government Subsidized Housing; Habitat for Humanity Programs; Housing and Urban Development Programs; Housing Authorities; Housing Cooperatives; Housing Rehabilitation; HUD Housing; Inexpensive Housing; Leased Housing; Low to Moderate Cost Housing; Low to Moderate Income Housing; Low-Cost Housing; Low-Cost Housing Auctions; Low-Cost Rental Housing; Low-Income Housing; Mobile Home Parks; Promotion of Affordable Housing (plus General Code ADVOCACY); Public Housing; Public Housing; Rent Subsidies; Rooming Houses; Rooming Houses; Section 202; Section 231; Section 236; Section 8; Section 811, Subsidized Rental Housing; Shared Housing; Single Room Occupancy; SRO Hotels; SRO Housing; Sweat Equity Programs;
Federal Programs Related to - Housing Owners
Programs of membership organizations formed by a real estate developer to own and maintain common green areas, streets, and sidewalks and to enforce covenants to preserve the appearance of the development. Homeowners' Associations