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Development and Resource Management Administration
2600 Fresno St
Fresno, CA 93721
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559-621-8003
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The Housing and ComHome Imagemunity Development Division offers programs and services that provide affordable housing opportunities. We administer a variety of programs for housing, finance funded by federal, state, and local sources. We strive to enhance affordable living, neighborhood livability, good appearance of the community, and to safeguard life, health and property.

The various housing programs and projects help build a positive City image, beautify neighborhoods, create a livable downtown, and generate investment interest in Fresno’s housing market.

Housing and Community Development Division staff has extensive housing experience and is well versed in the various housing program regulations and project activities. Division staff are available to provide Fresno City residents interested in housing programs and projects, with helpful, informative, and courteous customer service.

First-Time Homebuyer Program
The City of Fresno is accepting homebuyer loan packages from participating lenders for the First-Time Homebuyer Program at this time.  For more information visit the City's Homebuyer Program website.

Neighborhood Stabilization Program
The City of Fresno has partnered with  local developers/agencies to provide services through the federally- funded Neighborhood Stabilization Program.  These agencies are currently rehabilitating and will be renting the homes and apartments in the near future. 


If you have any questions on these programs, please contact the Housing and Community Development Division, at City Hall     (559) 621-8300.


ESG RFP – Responses to Questions for Clarification

Notice of Funding Availability
November 14, 2014

Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Request for Purposal

The City of Fresno, on behalf of the Development and Resource Management Department, is soliciting proposals from qualified vendors to provide Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) services. The total funding from City of Fresno available for ESG services under this Request For Proposals (RFP) is Five Hundred Twenty-Eight Thousand Dollars ($528,000) for six (6) months of service, with an expected start date of January 15, 2015. Proposals are due Monday, December 15, 2014

The City of Fresno is soliciting proposals from experienced and qualified service providers for the implementation of Federal Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) services. ESG funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to communities to provide: 1) homelessness prevention assistance to households who would otherwise become homeless; 2) assistance to rapidly re-house persons who are homeless; 3) street outreach; and 4) emergency shelter operations. These funds are subject to the requirements in 24CFR part 576, as revised by the Emergency Solutions Grant and Consolidated Plan Conforming Amendments Interim Rule, published in the Federal Register on December 5, 2011 (76 Fed. Reg. 75954).

Second Public Review Draft for the Annual Action Plan pertaining to Emergency Solutions Grant dated 9/26/14

Amendment 2014-002 to the Annual Action Plan Emergency Solutions Grant (Draft)

OFFICE OF HEALTHY HOMES AND LEAD HAZARD CONTROL GRANTEE QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT

Mobile Homes in Earthquakes

NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY , DEC. 15, 2015
NEW CONSTRUCTION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING

The City makes a portion of its HOME funds available each year for the development and major rehabilitation of affordable housing for low-income households.  Eligible organizations and entities are invited to respond to Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) when released.

City funds are intended to leverage other housing funds to maximize City resources for housing projects.  City funding is intended to fill the gap between development costs and financing available from private and other public sources.  Applicants are expected to pursue financing from all available sources.  Other sources of funds include public and private grants, loans, equity investments, and in-kind contributions.

City funds are provided for multi-family and single-family projects.  Funds may be used for new construction, acquisition, and/or rehabilitation of already-owned projects.

FUNDING AVAILABILITY

The second 2014 NOFA will be closing on January 16, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.

CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information please contact Corrina Nunez at (559) 621-8506, or by email at corrina.nunez@fresno.gov.

To view the NOFA application, click on the link below.

NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY (NOFA) AND APPLICATION FOR HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM (HIPP) FUNDING