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2013-2014 Annual Action Plan ( Fourth Year of the Five-Year Consolidated Plan) The City expects to receive approximately $2.5 million in entitlement funds.

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1 Annual Action Plan ( Fourth Year of the Five-Year Consolidated Plan) The City expects to receive approximately $2.5 million in entitlement funds in Fiscal Year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) - $1.7 mil Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) – $187,000 HOME Investment Partnership Grant (HOME) - $600,000

2 Plan Requirements l To receive entitlement funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the City of Modesto is required to develop a plan that describes activities for these funds in the upcoming fiscal year. l Activities must be: consistent with HUD guidelines, and developed in consultation with the community Public meetings are being held in April 2013

3 Priorities l Affordable and Accessible Housing l Address Homelessness l Community Development l Public Services designed to primarily benefit low- and moderate-income persons, seniors, and persons with special needs.

4 Affordable and Accessible Housing l Homebuyers Assistance Program l Lead-Based Paint Services l Accessibility Assistance through Rehab Loan Program l Energy Efficiency Improvement and Minor Home Repair Grants

5 Rehab Loan Program Before After

6 Affordable and Accessible Housing l Partner with local housing developers to fund a range of activities that build, buy and/or rehabilitate affordable housing for rent or homeownership. l Community Housing Development Organization (CHDOs)

7 Downey Senior Housing l Location 412 & 416 Downey Avenue Zoned C-1 Neighborhood Commercial 11 one-bedroom, one bath units l Funding Predevelopment Funding Layering of HOME, CDBG, NSP2, NSP3 and RDA funds

8 Downey Senior Housing

9 Bennett Place 421 Lincoln Avenue l To serve Seniors emancipated foster youth and special needs populations, including homeless or persons at risk of homelessness. l Occupancy limited income does not exceed 65% of the median income level rent must not exceed 30% of the adjusted income

10 Bennett Place

11 Tower Park Senior Housing 17 th & G l 3-story elevator building located in the heart of downtown Modesto in Stanislaus County Rental development targeted to low-income seniors (55+ years) earning 30% - 60% AMI. 49 one-bedroom apartments 1 two-bedroom managers unit

12 Tower Park Senior Housing

13 Address Homelessness l Provide financial assistance to agencies responding to the immediate housing needs for the homeless or those at immediate risk of homelessness. Essential services to homeless persons Short- and medium-term rental assistance Emergency shelter and transitional housing Assist persons transitioning to independent living to regain stability in permanent housing

14 Community Development l Neighborhood Clean-Up Projects l Code Enforcement l Repair Curbs and Ramps l Public Facility Improvements Construction to provide accessible restrooms at local parks Install ADA playground equipment at local parks ADA survey of City owned facilities l Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy

15 Public Services l Food and/or Meal Distribution l Services for Foster Youth, Emancipated Foster Youth, and/or Youth Experiencing Homelessness l Tenant-landlord counseling l Services for Seniors/Persons with Disabilities l Emergency Response Assistance

16 Public Services l Recreation programs Aquatic Program for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Job Development Resource Center Youth Service-Learning Program Wii Yoga for Adults

17 Public Services l Recreation programs Mentoring for Young Men and Women Computer Club Seniors in Motion (King-Kennedy Memorial Center)

18 Other Activities l Administration costs 20% of Grant/Program Income for CDBG ($340,000) 10% of HOME Grant ($60,000) 7.5% of ESG ($14,000) l Loan Repayments Payment of principal and interest on Section 108 Loan for the construction of the Neighborhood Center at Marshall Park and the expansion and renovation of the Maddux Youth Center

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