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 Created by City Council in October 2002. Original purpose of the fund: To support housing opportunities for workforce families. $600,000 fund.  On.

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2  Created by City Council in October Original purpose of the fund: To support housing opportunities for workforce families. $600,000 fund.  On December 21, 2004, HUD notified the City of eligibility for Community Development Block Grant funds.  On November 20, 2007, the Board was given the task of oversight of the general fund Social Service Grant. This grant provides funds to non- profit agencies which provide social services to Frisco citizens.  On August 6, 2013, the City Council approved a Board name change to Social Services and Housing Board.

3  Regular meetings -2 nd Wednesday of each month.  6:30 PM  Council Chambers or McCallum Room (4 th Floor)  Agency Site Visits – January 2014 and February 2014 begin TBD  Public Hearings – November 13, 2013; April 9, 2014; April 16; 2014, and May 14,  6:30 PM  Council Chambers  As needed.

4  Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) federal funds  Social Service Grant general funds  Workforce general funds

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6  A block grant from the Federal Government (Department of Housing and Urban Development)  Used for activities that benefit low and moderate income persons (below $54,000 for a family of 4)  9th Year – allocation $390,928.  This is the fourth year of the 5 year Consolidated Plan,  Census Numbers Influence future allocations

7  Purpose: To outline housing, community, and economic development needs  Required by HUD to receive CDBG funding  The Consolidated Plan has two sections  Strategic Plan – a 5-year plan which defines the City’s Priorities  Action Plan – developed each year to outline how the funds will be spent to address the priorities  Our new plan is for (PY 2010 – 2014) (FY ).  The Annual Action Plan for this year, Program Year 2013, was approved for implementation by HUD.

8  Goal No. 1: Housing Maintain the City’s current affordable housing stock through home rehabilitation, while also pursuing new opportunities for expansion of affordable housing for Frisco’s residents and workforce.

9  Goal No. 2: Homeless Citizens Continue to support households at-risk of homelessness with necessary support services, as well as continue to support programs offering transitional housing opportunities for homeless families and individuals.

10  Goal No. 3: Non-Homeless Special Needs Improve the lives of special needs residents.

11  65% Capital projects benefiting low and moderate income citizens  20% Planning and Administration Expenses  15%Public service programs benefiting low and moderate income citizens.

12  Housing Rehabilitation – loan program  Emergency Repairs – under $5,000  Minor Repair – under $5,000  Major Repair- $5,001 – $24,999  Subrecipient Programs  Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County  CITY House  Frisco Family Services Center  Samaritan Inn

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15  Nonprofit organizations providing a public service to the citizens of Frisco.  Sample public services include: health care, child care, job training, education programs, services for seniors, services for homeless, support programs for low/mod individuals and households.  15% cap

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20  Provide essential social services to the citizens of Frisco.  Sample social services include: health care, child care, job training, education programs, services for seniors, services for homeless, support programs for low/mod individuals and households.

21  Frisco Children’s Clinic (medication/rent)$22,  CASA of Collin County$2,  CASA of Denton County$2,  Collin County Committee on Aging $8,  Frisco Education Foundation$2,  Hope’s Door$5,  Small World With Love (clothing)$10,  Journey of Hope (grief support services children) $2,  Boys and Girls Clubs of Collin County$21,  Frisco Family Services Center (food)$60,  General fund - $1 per capita = $135,000

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23  Support homeownership in the City of Frisco for City and Frisco ISD Employees.  General Fund Programs  Homebuyer Educational Workshops  Down Payment/Closing Cost Assistance Loan Program

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