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Current Income Limits

Housing Chapter Appendices

Charlottesville Comprehensive Housing Analysis & Policy Recommendations

Comprehensive Housing Analysis Appendices

Bonus Height/Affordable Housing Financial Analysis -- NEW

Housing Needs Assessment -- NEW

2017-2018 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

2018-2019 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

Affordable Housing Report FY18

 

HOUSING POLICIES

Policy 1:  Objectives for Use of Affordable Housing Funds and Criteria/Priorities for Award of Funds, approved October 20, 2014

Policy 2:  Incentives the City Can Provide to Developers, approved November 3, 2008

Policy 3:  Criteria for Awarding Multi-Family Incentive Funds, approved November 3, 2008

Housing Assistance Program Policies, Procedures, Protocols and Rehabilitation Standards

 CAHF Section 3 Policy

Charlottesville Housing Summit Data/Reports

Current Conditions

Current Conditions

Current Conditions AMI Map

Current Conditions Distribution of Incomes Less Than 25,000

Current Conditions Distribution Rent Burdened Households

Zoning Impacts on Affordable Housing

Zoning and Affordable Housing

Developer Participation in Affordable Housing

Carlton Views I presentation

Virginia Supportive Housing presentation

 

Housing and Homelessness Symposium 

From November 1, 2013:

PowerPoints

  1. Physical Impacts of Homelessness 
  2. Housing is the Foundation of Community Prosperity 
  3. The Economic Impact of Homelessness
  4. Charlottesville Housing Goals and Comprehensive Plan Overview 
  5. Homelessness System Description 
  6. Community Case Review 
  7. Permanent Supportive Housing and Housing First
  8. Funding Outcomes and Measures

Handouts and Resources

 Next Steps

 Featured Discussions

Housing Chapter Appendices

 

 Charlottesville Policy on Review of LIHTC Applications

In an effort to review all proposed Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) applications, the City of Charlottesville has adopted a new policy. This policy will allow the City to have adequate time to respond to VHDA’s request for review, while still being able to obtain input from the City’s Housing Advisory Committee and determine if financial assistance (through the Charlottesville Affordable Housing Fund) is possible.

Notice to Interested Parties Concerning New LIHTC Policy

 

Photos

Charlottesville Housing Symposium - Housing and Homelessness Symposium