Housing and Community Development

The Housing and Community Development Division supports livability from housing choice to neighborhood vitality.

The City of Boise is amending it's Citizen Participation Plan.

The Citizen Participation Plan is designed to provide all citizens adequate opportunity to participate in the planning, implementation, and assessment of the CDBG and HOME programs. The City of Boise has determined it necessary to formally amend the Citizen Participation Plan. This Amendment is necessary due to the following changes:

1) Update the schedule for the public hearing required before the proposed Consolidated Plan is initially published for comment.
a. This amendment changes the requirement to state that the hearing will be held no less than thirty (30) days prior.
2) Update the schedule for the opening of the applications for CDBG or HOME funding.
a. This amendment ensures that the application will be opened during a public hearing conducted to obtain the views of citizens on housing and community development needs within the community.

The City of Boise’s Housing and Community Development Division will accept public comments on the proposed changes beginning February 18, 2021 through February 26, 2021. Comments can be submitted in writing to the City of Boise’s Housing and Community Development Division located at 150 North Capitol Boulevard, Boise, Idaho 83702.

Comments may also be submitted by email to boiseconsolidatedplanning@cityofboise.org or faxed to (208) 384-4195. Individuals in need of language interpretation or special assistance to accommodate physical, sight, or hearing impairments, may contact the Housing and Community Development Division at (208) 570-6830, (800) 377-3529 TTY or by facsimile at (208) 384-4195.

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