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1 Welcome Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report(CAPER) February 20,2013

2 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report(CAPER) City of Albuquerque February 20,2013 Department of Family and Community Services Community Development Division Persia Bombay

3 Purpose of the CAPER CAPER Process must allow for Community Participation City must provide the Community with the following information for each Formula Grant (CDBG, HOME, ESG): Total Amount of Funds available Total Amount of Funds Committed Total Amount of Funds Expended Geographic Distribution of Expenditures Annually update HUD on how HUD funds were spent and what progress was made. Community has 30 day Public Comment Period Glamour Shots 2012

4 AvailableCommittedExpended HOME Entitlement: Program Income: City Match $1,581, $150, $491, $79, $150, $0.00 (used older funds) $79, $150, $0.00 (used older funds) CDBG Entitlement: Program Income: $3,775, $98, $2,681, $98, $ 1,152, $98, ESG (2011) Entitlement: Match: $346, $206, $ $28, HUD Funds

5 1 Person2 Person3 Person4 Person5 Person6 Person Very Low Income (50%) $21,700$24,800$27,900$30,950$33,450$35,950 Extremely Low Income (30%) $13,000$14,850$16,700$18,550$20,050$21,550 Moderate (80%) $34,650$39,600$44,550$49,500$53,500$57,450 FY2012 Income Limits (MFI=$61,900.00)

6 20% of funds planned for City- Wide Services

7  As of 2007 the population was estimated at 33,402 households  Approximately 11,754 households located in this CPA were experiencing housing problems  7,721 of these households were comprised of renters earning less than 50% MFI.  As of 2007, there was a deficit of at least 3,248 rental units for persons earning less than 30% MFI.  Of all the Community Planning Areas, this CPA has the highest concentration of households earning less than 50% MFI.  It is racially diverse and because it is comprised largely of minority populations including recent immigrant populations, it is also known as the “International District”. NEAR HEIGHTS CPA

8  Home to the Central Business and Cultural Districts.  In recent years there have been increased efforts to revitalize and preserve historic neighborhoods in this area that have been suffering from gentrification and disinvestment.  As of 2007 the population was estimated at 9,007 households  Of these households, it is estimated that by 2011 there will be 3,990 households earning less than 50% MFI.  As of 2007, approximately 3,682 households or 41% of the population of this CPA were experiencing housing problems  Vast majority being renters and earning less than 50% MFI  In 2007 there was estimated shortage of 748 rental units for Very Low Income populations. CENTRAL ABQ CPA

9  Located in the South West quadrant of the City of Albuquerque  2011 Estimated population of 19,069.  Projected that in 2011 there will be approximately 4,146 households earning less than 50% MFI.  In 2007 more than 30% of the households in this CPA were experiencing housing problems.  This CPA has seen an increase in foreclosure rates for both multi and single family homes due to negative changes in the overall economy and a downward trend in the housing market. SOUTHWEST MESA CPA

10 Affordable Housing

11 Project NameProject Type# of Units HOME funds Committed Total Development Cost Location Trumbull Village Infill Development Homeownership Acquisition/New Construction % MFI HOME: $770, $3,397,229.00Near Heights CPA Barelas Infill DevelopmentHomeownership Acquisition/New Construction % MFI HOME: $500, $4,636,800.00Central ABQ CPA Arbolera De Vida Phase 2BHomeownership Acquisition/New Construction % MFI HOME: $2,733,860.00$6,516,808.00Central ABQ CPA Broadway VistasHomeownership Acquisition/New Construction % 1 market rate HOME: $800, $2, Central ABQ CPA Trujillo RoadHomeownership Acquisition/New Construction % MFI HOME: $820, $2,000,000.00SW Mesa CPA Single Family Spring 2012

12 Multi-Family Rental Projects

13 Multi-Family Affordable Multi- Family Housing Development # of Affordable Units Total # of Units CITY FundingLocation Plaza Feliz5565$1,850, (HOME)Near Heights Plaza Cuidana5668$2, (WFHTF) $121, (HOME) Central ABQ Casitas de Colores4971$1,500, (HOME $2,750, (WFHTF) Central ABQ 1023 Central10 $1,078, (HOME) $500, (CDBG) Central ABQ Luna Lodge30 $1,241, (WFHTF)Near Heights Sundowner71 $2,112, (WFHTF)Near Heights

14 City Wide Housing Services Project Name# of UnitsServices ProvidedHOME/CDBG funds Committed Emergency/Minor Home repair 506 households Provide emergency and minor home repairs for low- and moderate-income persons. $800, CDBG Home Retrofit Program 1,622 households Provide home retrofit services for persons who are elderly or disabled $146, CDBG LandLord/Tenant Hotline 1,330 People Provide information on tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities $74, CDBG Homeowner Occupied Rehabilitation Program 5 HouseholdsRehabilitate housing for low- and moderate-income homeowners. $410, HOME

15 Homeowner Rehabilitation Program

16 City Wide Housing Services Project Name# of UnitsServices ProvidedHOME/CDBG funds Committed Homebuyer Counseling 214 Households Provide homebuyer and foreclosure counseling services to low to moderate income City residents. $63, CDBG Fair Housing Education and Outreach 40 Persons Provided information on Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant rights to City residents. $10, CDBG

17 Public Facilities and Improvements Summer 2012

18 PUBLIC FACILITITES AND IMPROVEMENTS ProjectProject TypeCDBG FundsLocation Barelas Community Center Security Wall Public Facility Improvement $47, CDBG Central ABQ Step Out Public Facility Improvement Homeless Youth $1, 561, 957 CDBG Near Heights MHP Respite CarePublic Facility Improvement Respite care for Homeless Men $1,921,102 CBDG Central ABQ Cesar Chavez Community Center Security Cameras Public Facility Improvement$49, (2009 CDBG) Near Heights

19 ProjectProject TypeCDBG FundsLocation Neighborhood Clean-UPLarge Item Pick-up 11,188 People $13, CDBG Trumbull and La Mesa Neighborhoods Safe City Strike Force Spot Blight and Clearance 85 units $107, (2010)City-wide

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21 Public Services Autumn 2012

22 Public Services ProjectsFunds Spent # ServedServices Provided Eviction Prevention Program. $109,400 CDBG 678 people Rental assistance and case management services for low- and moderate-income persons who are facing eviction. Motel Vouchers for Persons Who are Experiencing Homelessness $18,800 CDBG 398 Households Motel voucher services were provided or homeless families/ persons who are ill or injured as well as for families who were experiencing homelessness.

23 ProjectsFunds Spent# ServedServices Provided Employment services to low income women $23, Women Employment opportunities in the textile industry for low to moderate income women. Shelter services to women and children who are experiencing homelessness $20,000 CDBG 786 People Overnight shelter services including supportive services such as counseling, substance abuse treatment, supportive housing, and employment referrals. Public Services

24 ProjectsFunds Spent # ServedServices Provided Senior Meals$97, Seniors Senior citizens received nutritious meals at sites located in lower income neighborhoods. Early Childhood Development services for children whose families are homeless $9, FamiliesProvided day care services and intensive case management services to the families of the children experiencing homelessness. Public Services

25 ProjectsFunds Spent# ServedServices Provided Dental care services for Homeless and Near Homeless Populations $182, ,4102 Individuals Services include but are not limited to routine maintenance such as cleanings, treatment of infections, screening for oral cancer and a comprehensive tobacco use prevention and cessation program Public Services

26 HOMELESS PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION Winter 2012

27 ProjectFunds Spent# ServedServices Provided Overnight shelter to women and children who are homeless $8, ESG *also reported under CDBG 915 Families Provided a continuum of services ranging from transitional housing referrals to supportive services such as counseling, substance abuse treatment referral and employment referral. Day Shelter Services for persons who are homeless $148, ESG 75,800 persons Provided day shelter services to persons who are homeless and ones who are in need of shelter services. HOMELESS PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION

28 ProjectFunds Spent# ServedServices Provided Overnight shelter to men who are homeless $63, ESG Match 3,120 Persons Provided overnight shelter beds to men who are homeless. Overnight shelter to men and women during the winter months who are homeless $133, ,516 people Winter Overflow Shelter located in the City ’ s West Side Facility. This service is provided November 15 to March 15 each year. HOMELESS PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION

29 Rapid Re-Housing ProjectFunds Spent# ServedServices Provided Rapid Re-Housing$109, Households Provided short term housing to 25 households.

30 NewLife Homes, IncGreater Albuquerque Housing Partnership Sawmill Community Land TrustIndependent Living Resource Center Catholic CharitiesYouth Development Inc.American Red Cross St. Martin’s Hospitality CenterBarrett FoundationLaw Access Albuquerque Rescue Mission Good ShepherdHealth Care for the Homeless Community DentalCuidando Los NinosSouthwest Creations CrossroadsDepartment of Senior AffairsSafe City Strike Force Office of Neighborhood Revitalization NM Coalition to End Homelessness Metropolitan Homelessness Project Supportive Housing Coalition Solid Waste Department Thank you to all our Program Partners NewLife Homes, IncGreater Albuquerque Housing Partnership Sawmill Community Land TrustIndependent Living Resource Center Catholic CharitiesYouth Development Inc.American Red Cross St. Martin’s Hospitality CenterBarrett FoundationLaw Access Albuquerque Rescue Mission Good ShepherdHealth Care for the Homeless Community DentalCuidando Los NinosSouthwest Creations CrossroadsDepartment of Senior AffairsSafe City Strike Force Office of Neighborhood Revitalization NM Coalition to End Homelessness Metropolitan Homelessness Project Supportive Housing Coalition Solid Waste Department

31 Public Comment Instructions: Fill Out Provided Public Comment Cards (Give to Amanda before leaving) Or submit written comments to Thea Guerin Or The Department of Family and Community Services PO Box 1293 Albuquerque, New Mexico All Public Comments Must Be Received by 5pm, March 21, Questions: Thea Guerin

32 THE END

33  Cast Persia: played by Persia Bombay: played by Bombay Christmas Pig:played by Santa Piggy Duck 1:played by a Duck Duck 2:played by another Duck Duck 3:played by still another Ducck The following locations were used in this Power Point: Las Huertas Park Fourth of July Canyon The Bosque(the good parts) Embudito Canyon Hyde Park My House The Neighbor’s Garden No Animals were harmed in this production Music: Puppy Song by Nelsson


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