Why is this important?

The City of Garland is undertaking the development of important planning documents to determine how to invest its HUD funds over the next five years. These documents are a five-year Consolidated Plan for 2020-2024 and an Annual Action Plan.

The Consolidated Plan documents are required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in order for the city to continue receiving approximately $2,999,101 annually in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME, and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funding.  These resources finance affordable housing and community development activities primarily for low- and moderate-income residents in Garland.

The five-year Consolidated Plan must identify and analyze housing and homeless needs to determine Garland’s priority needs for affordable housing and community development benefitting primarily low- and moderate-income residents.

One element of this planning process involves outreach to residents, business owners, and community leaders for input on affordable housing, economic development, and community development needs throughout the city. Please consider taking this 10-minute survey to provide your input.

Your responses are important. Please complete the survey by March 15, 2020. All responses are anonymous.

Questions? Contact:

City of Garland
Mona Woodard
Administrator, City of Garland Housing and Community Service

Para realizar la encuesta en español, haga clic aquí.