Housing & Neighborhood Development (HAND)

The Housing and Neighborhood Development division administers a wide variety of housing and community development programs that contribute to the quality of life, affordability and sustainability of Salt Lake City's diverse neighborhoods, and support State goals to eliminate chronic homelessness. The Division partners with a variety of non-profit, governmental and lending agencies using City, private and federal funds for these purposes. The Division also oversees fair housing laws and monitors grants received by the City.

Click here to learn more about HAND's vision, mission, and goals along with the market studies that drive them.

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HAND Housing Survey

Salt Lake City is prioritizing housing and neighborhood development needs and wants to hear from you!

What does Salt Lake City need when it comes to housing and neighborhood development? More affordable housing? More parks and trails? Improved street infrastructure?
 
Your input will help direct housing and neighborhood development priorities!
 
 
Salt Lake City está priorizando necesidades de desarrollo de la vivienda y el barrio y quiere saber de usted!
¿Qué necesita Salt Lake City cuando se trata de desarrollo de la vivienda y el vecindario? Viviendas más asequibles? Más parques y senderos? Mejora de la infraestructura de la calle?
 
Su contribución nos ayudará a determinar prioridades de vivienda y desarrollo vecindario
 

 

The City Is Creating A New Housing Plan & We Want To Hear From You!
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2015-2019 Consolidated Plan and First-Year Action Plan

Salt Lake City’s 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan and First-Year Action Plan is the product of a collaborative process to identify housing and community development needs and to establish goals, priorities and strategies to address those needs. The plan provides a framework for maximizing and leveraging the City's block grant allocations to build healthy and sustainable communities that better focus funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) formula block grant programs, including CDBG, ESG, HOME, and HOPWA.

2015-2019 Consolidated Plan Summary

2015-2019 Consolidated Plan

2015-2016 Action Plan

 

The Salt Lake City Council has adopted the 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan and First-Year Action Plan.
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2015-2016 Federal Funding Allocations

The Salt Lake City Council has adopted allocations for the City’s 2015-2016 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) programs. Funding allocations are subject to the approval of Salt Lake City’s 2015-16 Action Plan by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

2015-2016 Funding Allocations

Allocated funds represent a $5,416,507 investment into the community to support housing opportunities, public service programs, and neighborhood improvements for low and moderate-income residents.

The Salt Lake City Council has adopted allocations for the City’s 2015-2016 Grant Funds
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Historic Northwest Pipline Redevelopment Plan

The project will consist of a complete renovation of the historic Northwest Pipleine Building (also known as the former Public Safety Building) and construction of new buildings on the 2.7-acre site. Components are envisioned to include:

Housing:

The development will be anchored by a mix of market-rate and affordable housing. High-quality units will expand housing opportunities for families of various incomes and sizes.

A component of the housing mix will be permanent supportive housing for individuals and families who have experienced a housing crisis. Through the permanent supportive housing model, affordable housing units are linked to supportive services to assist tenants with barriers to housing stability, thereby allowing tenants to live independently and improve the quality of their lives.

Commercial:

A dieverse mix of commercial space will complement and enhance the surrouding neighborhood. Commercial uses may include retail, dining, entertainment, office, and services.

For a copy of the public presentation given on July 29th on the details of this project please click here.

Salt Lake City will be selecting a development partner to collaborate on a vibrant mixed-income, mixed-use project located at the historic Northwest Pipline Building and site, 315 East 200 South.
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