The City of El Paso Department of Community + Human Development (DCHD) is making available up to $15 Million in Housing and Urban Development (HUD) HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funds to assist in the development of multi-family affordable rental housing. The funds are available for demolition, rehabilitation, and/or construction of property resulting in an increase in affordable housing units available to lower-income El Pasoans.
Affordable Rental Housing NOFA ($15M)
- Attachment D - Description-Project Cost Analysis- Attachment E - Development TimelineAttachment F - Rent WorksheetAttachment G - Unit Configuration Worksheet- Attachment H - 20-yr Operating Pro FormaAttachment I - Environmental ReviewAttachment J - Flood Plain MitigationAttachment K - Market AnalysisAttachment L - Accessibility Assurance Letter
The City of El Paso’s Department of Community and Human Development (DCHD) is pleased to release its Draft 2023-2024 Annual Action Plan for public review and comment. The Draft Annual Action Plan details the numerous social service programs and public facility and housing improvements the City plans to support through funding from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). To provide comment on the Draft 2023-2024 Annual Action Plan, call (915) 212-0138 or email DCHDServices@elpasotexas.gov.
2023-2024 DRAFT Annual Action Plan
Notices Relating To DCHD Programs Throughout The City
47 Year Amendment Notice - English 47 Year Amendment Notice - Spanish NOI-RROF Tiered Rebuild Together 48th FY2022-2023 HEROS-Environmental Assessment Review Record (Preliminary) HEROS - Environmental Assessment Review Record (Preliminary) FONSI and RROF HACEP - The Refuge HEROS - HACEP - The Refuge 9009 Dyer 79904 (Preliminary) NOI and RROF 47TH Year Fisherman of Hope Project NOI and RROF 47th Year Rebuild Together Project HEROS-Tiered Environmental Review Records (Preliminary) Notice of 47th Year Annual Action Plan Availability for Public Comment (English) Notice of 47th Year Annual Action Plan Availability for Public Comment (Spanish) Notice of Amendment to 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan to add JP Shawver Park Handball Court project (English) Notice of Amendment to 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan to add JP Shawver Park Handball Court project (Spanish) Notice FONSI and RROF HACEP Nuestra Senora HEROS-Environmental Assessment Nuestra Senora Apartment
The City of El Paso’s Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program is one of the primary means of directing capital toward the development and preservation of affordable rental housing for low-income households. Tax credits are awarded to eligible participants to offset a portion of their federal tax liability in exchange for the production or preservation of affordable rental housing. Below you can find the application for the 2023 program.
2023 LIHTC Application
General Manuals And Guidelines For DCHD Programs
Policies + Procedures for HUD Entitlement Grants City of El Paso Strategic Plan City of El Paso Resiliency Plan HHSP Policies + Procedures Community Needs Assessment (CNA) Community Response + Recovery Programs Relief Manual Public Health Emergency Guidelines For Homeless And Other Congregate Shelters Covid-19 Response Homeless And Other Congregate Shelters Infographic Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Policy Compliance Manual (updated 09/2020) Loan Servicing and Collections Manual
Comprehensive Reports Relating To DCHD Programs
Draft HOME-ARP Allocation Plan 2023-2024 HUD Entitlement & HHSP Applicants and Minutes 2021-2022 Draft Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) - City Of El Paso, Texas 48th Year DCHD Subrecipient Training (Video) 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan Budget Summary 2022-2023 HHSP Budget Summary 2022-2023 DRAFT Annual Action Plan 2020-2025 Consolidated Plan and 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan 2022-2023 FINAL Annual Action Plan Citizen Participation Plan for the City of El Paso Plan de Participacion Ciudana de la Ciudad de El Paso