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CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) YEAR 40 Department of Neighborhood and Business Development (NBD) Stephanie A. Miner, Mayor.

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1 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) YEAR 40 Department of Neighborhood and Business Development (NBD) Stephanie A. Miner, Mayor Paul Driscoll, Commissioner

2 Federal Grants included in Year 40: Year 40 CAPER Source of Funds:Resources Available in Year 40: CDBG$4,777,241 HOME$1,180,037 ESG$398,071 HOPWA$797,807

3 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) CDBG funds are used by the Department of Neighborhood and Business Development to assist in the development of quality, affordable housing through:  property demolitions  rehabilitations and new construction  homebuyer assistance programs CDBG funds are also used to support various programming for youth, adults and seniors that are carried out by various nonprofit organizations and community centers. Each year CDBG funding is allocated to create opportunities for residents to receive vital community services, while funds are also use to directly assist in the revitalization of neighborhoods throughout the city. Year 40 CAPER

4 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) (ESG) funds are used by NBD to keep people housed in their present homes if possible, rapidly re-house those in need of housing and to reach out to the homeless living on the streets or under the bridges. Service providers are funded under three categories:  Homeless Prevention and Stabilization  Rapid Re-housing  Street Outreach Year 40 CAPER ESG funds work in collaboration with the Continuum of Care (CoC), the Homeless Housing Coalition (HHC) and community service providers to build and maintain a process that maximizes current resources to support individuals and families in finding and maintaining housing by offering support services that assist in achieving that goal.

5 HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) is used by NBD to fund a range of residential activities including:  new construction of homes  rehabilitation of multi-unit rental properties.  assisting nonprofit housing organizations in the redevelopment of properties in disrepair for the revitalization of the surrounding neighborhood. Projects that are funded with HOME for developer subsidies and direct homebuyer assistance are done through a rolling application process that is open throughout the year. Year 40 CAPER

6 HOPWA Year 40 CAPER Funded Program Amount Allocated Program Description ACR Health $316,252 (44 individuals served with long term rental assistance 16 individuals served with short term rental assistance) AIDS Community Resources (ACR) provides housing services to individuals and families with HIV/AIDS related diseases. Services to be provided include both long-term and short-term rental assistance as well as supportive services. Central New York Health Systems Agency, Inc. $309,252 (57 individuals served with long term rental assistance) CNYHSA administers a long-term rental subsidy program for eligible HOPWA program participants with referrals for support services to partnering agencies. Liberty Resources, Inc. $172,478 (33 individuals served with facility based support services) Liberty Resources utilizes HOPWA funding for operational costs including support services and referral services for their transitional housing facility for individuals with AIDS/HIV. HOPWA-funded Programs 2014 HOPWA stands for Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS and addresses the housing needs of that subpopulation. The allocation is based annually on reported cases of HIV and AIDS in the larger Central New York and Southern Tier catchment area. The total 2014 HOPWA amount administered by the state was $797,807. This arrangement is codified in a three-party agreement between the City of Syracuse, HUD and the New York State Office of Temporary Disability Administration (OTDA).

7 Provide & Maintain Quality Affordable Housing Real Estate DevelopmentYear 40 (2014-2015) Federal Dollars Invested Homeowner Housing Rehabilitated $3,135,429 Rental Properties Rehabilitated $1,245,254 Non-financial Assistance to Homebuyers and Renters $497,286 Newly Constructed Units $350,000 Buildings Demolished $192,356 Year 40 CAPER Strategy Goal #1 CDBG and HOME funding used to assist residential rehabilitations and new constructions Non-financial assistance for housing improvements 304 households assisted during Year 40 Year 40 Project Outcomes: 275 homeowner households rehabilitated 156 rental housing units rehabilitated 51 new affordable housing units created CDBG also funds property demolitions when necessary 12 residential demolitions during Year 40 Non-financial assistance for housing improvements 304 households assisted during Year 40

8 Increased Home Ownership Opportunities The City of Syracuse strives to enhance and promote homeownership in city neighborhoods. CDBG funding is used for down payment and closing cost assistance 72 new owner occupants were assisted during Program Year 40, all of which were first time homebuyers. Year 40 CAPER Strategy Goal #2

9 Provide Services for Housing Vulnerable Households served with CDBG + ESG Year 40 (2014-15) Families Adults1,647 Children369 Age Distribution (based on ESG outcomes only) Under 18369 18-24233 25 and Over876 Grand Total1,494* Year 40 CAPER Strategy Goal #3 CDBG and ESG funds used for at-risk homeless services and addressing substandard housing for low- and moderate-income populations in the city of Syracuse. ESG is concentrated on the following categories: Rapid rehousing Homeless prevention Street outreach CDBG and ESG also provide the following services: Relocation assistance Case management and follow-up services Financial Assistance

10 Year 40 Real Estate Development Year 40 CAPER 150 Culbert Street: Joslyn Court III, South Salina Street:

11 Services For Special Needs Populations Over 9,000 individuals of all ages were assisted through city-owned community centers and youth programs 46 individuals assisted with skills and employment training through workforce development programming Year 40 CAPER Strategy Goal #4 Number of Individuals Served Year 40 (2014-2015) Families and city residents Adults5,432 Children3,014 Seniors556

12 Neighborhood and Economic Development Strategic Initiatives: The Division of Business Development offers technical assistance for commercial projects 41 pre-development meetings were held during Year 40 for several types of projects, including: The Creekwalk Commons mixed-use development The Hotel Syracuse redevelopment: ‘Marriott Downtown Syracuse’ opening in 2016 Year 40 CAPER Creekwalk Commons Hotel Syracuse Redevelopment

13 Minority and Women owned Business Enterprises (MBE/WBE) Year 40 CAPER Program Goals Year 40 (2014-2015) Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBE) 9%21.5% Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBE) 6%13.8%

14 Total Citywide Impact in Year 40: Total Year 40 Accomplishment Outcomes: Strategy Goal #1: 798 households assisted with real estate development, rehabilitation or non-financial assistance Strategy Goal #2: 72 low- and moderate-income households assisted with purchasing their first home Strategy Goal #3: 2,016 individuals and 269 households assisted with homeless prevention, rapid rehousing and street outreach activities Strategy Goal #4: 9,048 individuals served with education, recreation and health programming and public services Aggregate Total: 11,064 individuals and 1,139 households affected by NBD funding programs in Year 40 Year 40 CAPER

15 Comments/Questions? Contact: Paul Driscoll, Commissioner Department of Neighborhood and Business Development 201 E. Washington Street, Ste. 600 Syracuse, NY 13202 315-448-8100 Year 40 CAPER

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