Presentation on theme: "HUD Community Challenge Planning Grant Tarrant County Consortium September 17, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
HUD Community Challenge Planning Grant Tarrant County Consortium September 17, 2010
HUD’s 6 Livability Principles 1.Provide more transportation choices. 2.Promote equitable, affordable housing. 3.Enhance economic competitiveness. 4.Support existing communities. 5.Coordinate policies and leverage investment. 6.Value communities and neighborhoods.
Purpose: HUD’s CCPG is designed to target housing, economic development and land use planning strategies that will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of a related transportation project being planned. Deadlines: Application = August 23, 2010 Funds Obligated by September 30, 2012 Award Amount: $1.2 Million Match: Applicants must provide 20 percent of the requested funding amount in Match in the form of cash and/or verified in‐kind contributions or a combination of these sources. HUD Community Challenge Planning Grant
Project Title: “A Strategic Land Use Plan to Connect Transportation, Affordable Housing and Economic Development Opportunities to Transit Oriented Development locations across Tarrant County.” HUD Community Challenge Planning Grant
Goals Will Be… – To assist cities to determine where best to develop affordable housing and economic development in relation to current and future transportation hubs. – To provide a planning document for TOD for sites within Fort Worth. – Create a master plan for the aging neighborhood lying between TWU and Cavile Place along East Rosedale – Expand the neighborhood master plans surrounding the project anchors TWU and Cavile. HUD Community Challenge Planning Grant
Community Partners Fort Worth Fort Worth Housing Authority TWU The T Tarrant County NCTCOG Community HUD
Funding Broad County Plan$220,000 Fort Worth TOD$216,596 Cavile Place$480,000 TWU / Cavile$258,014