Priorities and Plans Reports

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Housing & Property Management
669 Van Buren Street
Monterey, CA 93940 
(831) 646-3995
Fax: (831) 646-5616
7-1-1 (Hearing Impaired)

Rick Marvin
(831) 646-1567
Housing/Property Manager

Janna Aldrete
(831) 646-1743
Administrative Analyst

C. Thane Wilson
(831) 646-3728
HCD Coordinator - Projects & Programs

Sandy Barajas
(831) 646-1568
Accounting Assistant

Maria Buell
(831) 242-8724
Administrative Assistant II

The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to be prepared annually for the receipt and expenditure of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. This report measures the City of Monterey's progress in reaching the goals and objectives outlined in the City's adopted Five-Year Consolidated Plan (Consolidated Plan) and Annual Action Plan, which are both required by HUD for receipt of federal funds. It also is required to report on progress in addressing the Impediments to Fair Housing contained in the Consolidated Plan and affirmatively furthering fair housing.

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Action Plans
To receive Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, the City must submit an Action Plan to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) each year. The annual Action Plan describes the City’s planned investments for the coming program year, including proposed actions and proposed CDBG projects. The Action Plan is also considered to be an application for federal funds and provides a yearly operating plan for activities. It outlines the City’s proposed activities in several areas and relates these activities back to the five-year strategies to address priority needs described in the Consolidated Plan.

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  1. First-Time Homebuyers – Low and Moderate Income Households
  2. Very-Low and Low-Income Homeowner Households
  3. Homeless Persons and Persons at Risk of Homelessness
  4. Very-Low and Low-Income Homelessness Special Needs Households
  5. Very-Low and Low-Income Renter Households