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 Consolidated Plan

41st Program Year (2015-16) Action Plan

The Mayor released the draft Action Plan on January 22, 2015 for the next program year (April 2015 - March 2016).  Community meetings are being held to collect comments on the draft plan.  The City welcomes your comments on the draft plan, and comments will be forwarded to the City Council and Mayor.  

Click on the link for a copy of the Mayor's letter and draft Action Plan.

Please send any comments by February 27, 2015 to:  hcidla.planning@lacity.org

Community Meetings 

Community Meetings Flyer February 2015 (English) 

Reuniones Comunitaria febrero de 2015 (Español)


The Mayor kicked off the Action Planning process on October 3, 2014, and invited City departments to submit applications for funding.  See the link below for a copy of the Mayor's letter.  

October 8, 2014 Mayor's Letter to City Council 


As the City’s first 2013-2017 Transit-Oriented Consolidated Plan (Con Plan), the Con Plan maximizes the region’s unprecedented investments in transit by integrating and leveraging transit, community, economic, and housing investments to transform low-income neighborhoods and build communities of opportunities.

For the first time, the City expanded its analysis beyond HUD-funded projects and mapped the City’s transit, housing, public services, community amenities, and need indicators, which demonstrated a clear intersection of transit investment and where extremely-low to low-income median households exist in Los Angeles. 
The Con Plan is the City of Los Angeles’ strategic plan for leveraging the annual allocations of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) grants to develop viable urban communities by:
  • Providing decent housing and a suitable living environment; and
  • Expanding economic opportunities, principally for low- and moderate-income persons.

 

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 Consolidated Plan

I. Executive Summary

II. The Process

III. Needs Assessment

IV. Housing Market Analysis

V. Strategic Plan

VI. First-Year Action Plan

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