Public Notification for HUD FY22-23 Annual Action Plan - Updated

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City of Hartford
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Public Notice - Year Three Annual Action Plan (July 1, 2022- June 30, 2023)
CDBG, ESG, HOPWA, HOME Grant Programs
July 15, 2022

  • The City of Hartford requests public input on their Year Three (Fiscal Year 2022-23) Action Plan that will be submitted to the to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on or around August 16, 2022. All interested parties may also reach out with any questions on the programs by contacting Sheryl Horowitz, at Sheryl.horowitz@hartford.gov . All comments received by August 15, 2022 will be included as part of the City’s submission of the Annual Action Plan.
  • The City’s drafted Annual Action Plan will be posted on the Central Grants’ departmental website on July 15th and be available for review and comment. The plan will also be available for review at the Hartford Public Library (Downtown Branch). The draft plan can be viewed by visiting - https://www.hartfordct.gov/Government/Departments/OMBG/Central-Grants  
  • The Annual Action Plan addresses the intended use of HUD supported entitlement grant funds under the four formula programs covered in the City’s Five-Year Consolidated Plan – Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and the Housing Investment Partnerships Program (HOME).
  • The following table summarizes the proposed activities and allocations for the Year Four Annual Action Plan. All allocations are subject to adoption by the Hartford Court of Common Council and release of funds from HUD.  These Proposed Activities and Allocations will be posted on the Central Grants departmental website. 

 

Contact:

Sheryl Horowitz
Interim Director, Office of Central Grants Administration and Strategic Partnerships
Dept. of Management, Budget and Grants and Revenue
City of Hartford
860.757.9276

Year Three Annual Action Plan July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023

Proposed Activities and Allocations

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG)

ORGANIZATION/ DEPARTMENT

AMOUNT

PUBLIC SERVICES

Artists Collective Inc. - Rites of Passage (ROP) Summer Program

$ 8,000

Career Resources – STRIVE Hartford

$ 8,000

Catholic Charities, Inc. – Parker EnVision Youth Development Programming

$ 8,000

Center for Latino Progress – Earn-A-Bike

$ 15,800

Charter Oak Boxing & Youth Development Inc. - Champions of Life!

$ 32,000

Charter Oak Temple Restoration Association Inc. - Youth Arts Institute

$ 20,000

Children In Placement – Guardian Ad Litem Program

$6,300

Community Partners in Action - The Resettlement Program

$ 75,000

Ebony Horsewomen Inc. - Equine Assisted Growth Learning and Therapy

$ 12,000

Futures Inc. - Summer Job Training Program

$ 20,000

Gifted Onez Inc. (The) - TGO MLK

$ 12,600

HARC Inc. - Capable Kids Six-Week Summer Camp

$ 8,000

Hartbeat Ensemble – Youth Play Institute

$ 7,000

Hartford Artisans Weaving Center - Therapeutic Weaving Artisan Program

$ 7,000

Hartford's Camp Courant – 2022 Summer Camp Activities

$ 13,400

Hartford Knights – Youth Play Institute

$ 8,000

Hartford Performs - Arts Based Programs

$ 10,000

Hispanic Health Council Inc. - Neighborhood Youth Leadership Development Programs

$ 40,000

Journey Home - Coordinated Access Network (CAN) Shelter Support Services

$ 75,000

Justice Dance Performance Project Inc. - Multi-Arts Residencies

$ 5,000

Knox Inc. - Green Jobs Apprenticeships

$ 24,000

Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation - Jumpstart to Jobs Program

$ 11,000

My Sister’s Place Incorporated – For the Love of Children Initiative

$ 15,000

Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters - Hartford Community-based Mentoring program

$ 12,000

Open Hearth Association (The) - Shelter and Rehousing Program

$ 31,000

Organized Parents Make a Difference Inc. - OPMAD at Kennelly School

$ 9,000

Salvation Army - The Bloom Initiative

$ 15,000

San Juan Center Inc. – Employment Assistance

$18,500

South Park Inn – Homeless Veterans Peer Transition Support Project

$ 7,000

Urban League of Greater Hartford - Housing Counseling Program

$ 19,000

Youth Challenge of CT, Inc. – Youth Challenge Support Program

$ 8,100

YWCA of New Britain - Hartford Sexual Assault Crisis Service

$ 6,000

SUBTOTAL PUBLIC SERVICES

$ 566,700

ADMINISTRATION

SUBTOTAL, ADMINISTRATION

$ 747,556

OTHER ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES (NON-PUBLIC SERVICE)

City of Hartford/ Blight Remediation

$ 215,000

City of Hartford / Health and Human Services (Emergency Placement Services)

$ 254,995 

City of Hartford / Fire Dept.

$ 180,000

City of Hartford/Development Services (HPLF Staffing)

$ 476,800

City of Hartford/Parks Improvements

$ 265,900

City of Hartford/Low Income Rental Housing Coordination

$ 75,000

Forge City Works (formerly Billings Forge) – Culinary Job Training at the Kitchen

$ 41,906

Hands on Hartford – ReSET Food Entrepreneur Support Group

$ 31,703

Hartford Public Library – Immigrant Career Pathways Initiative

$ 47,740

HEDCO Inc. – Technical Assistance to Hartford Businesses

$ 100,000

International Hartford LTD. - Business Counseling

$ 100,000

Journey Home - Job Training/Job Creation

$ 44,264

Minority Construction Council Inc. - Small Contractors/Minority Woman Business Enterprise Technical Assistance Program

$ 80,000

Rebuilding Together Hartford Inc. - Homeowner Retention

$ 135,000

Riverfront Recapture - Riverfront Parks & Trails

$ 145,000

Spanish American Merchants Assoc. - Small Business Technical Assistance Program

$ 165,000

University of Hartford, Entrepreneurial Center - Hartford Small Business Technical Assistance

$ 75,000

University of Hartford, Upper Albany Main Street - Micro Business Incubator Program

$ 65,000

SUBTOTAL OTHER ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES

$2,498,308

GRAND TOTAL, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT

$ 3,812,564

 

 

 

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG)

ORGANIZATION

AMOUNT

SHELTER

Journey Home - Homeless Outreach

$ 77,305

Journey Home - Shelter Diversion

$ 97,964

Journey Home - Administration

$13,145

SUBTOTAL, SHELTER

$ 186,867

PREVENTION

City of Hartford / Health and Human Services –

Homelessness Prevention/ Rapid Rehousing

$ 120,054

SUBTOTAL, PREVENTION

$ 120,054

ADMINISTRATION

Administration

$ 11,087

SUBTOTAL, ADMINISTRATION

$ 11,087

GRAND TOTAL, EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT

$ 318,008

HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA)

ORGANIZATION

AMOUNT

AIDS CT. Inc.

$ 130,000

Chrysalis Center/Hartford

$ 166,980

Chrysalis Center/St. Philip House

$ 80,000

Hands on Hartford

$ 330,000

Human Resources Agency of New Britain (HRA)

$ 192,000

Mercy Housing and Shelter Corp.

$ 143,688

Zezzo House Corporation

$ 111,001

City of Hartford - DIG Extension/Enhanced Employment

$ 65,790

City of Hartford – HOPWA Administration

$ 37,715

GRAND TOTAL, HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA)

$ 1,257,174

HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (HOME)

ORGANIZATION

AMOUNT

Set-aside for Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs)- 15%

$ 234,916

Set-aside for homebuyer assistance, and rehabilitation/new construction of residential properties for homeownership or rental housing or any combination thereof - 75%

$ 1,174,580

Program Administration - 10% of HOME Entitlement allocation

$ 156,611

Program Administration - 10% of $198,000 in anticipated Program Income

$ 19,800

HOME Program Income - 90% of $198,000 in anticipated Program Income - (For Activity)

$ 178,200

GRAND TOTAL, HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

$ 1,764,107

GRAND TOTAL, ALL HUD ENTITLEMENT (CDBG, ESG, HOPWA, HOME)

$ 7,151,853