Community Development Annual Plans

Action Plans

The Annual Action Plan guides the use of HUD grant funds for the coming program year. The plan is the result of consulting with various stakeholders, including agencies responsible for carrying out eligible projects and activities, local government representatives, interested community members, and advocacy groups for disadvantaged populations such as the disabled, individuals and families experiencing homelessness, and low-income seniors. The APP lays out specific goals that address the community's priority needs. 

Consolidated Plans

The Consolidated Plan is a response to federal requirements, as set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and is intended to outline the long-term strategies necessary to address the housing, economic and community development needs of low and moderate-income residents of Colorado Springs.  The Annual Action Plan details the proposed projects, goals and objectives for each year of the five-year plan.  

Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan

  • Cover page and table of contents
  • Executive summary
  • The process
  • Needs assessment
  • Housing market analysis
  • Strategic plan
  • Expected resources
  • Affordable housing
  • Program specific requirements
  • Appendix A - citizen participation plan

CAPERs

The Comprehensive Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) is written after the completion of the program year on March 31st. The CAPER will include the achievements of all of the CDBG, HOME, and ESG sub-recipients as obtained from their required reports and monitoring.