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What is the 2020-25 Consolidated​ Plan? 

Every five years, the city of Phoenix partners with the community to develop a strategic Consolidated Plan.

The plan defines strategies to address housing, community development needs, and current market conditions in order for the city of Phoenix to make informed decisions on an estimated $130​​​ million in HUD grant funding.  Grants include the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership (HOME), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG).

This plan outlines how the city will invest nearly $130 million in federal funds to strengthen communities and enhance neighborhoods!  ​

Grant money from the four main HUD programs fund services within Phoenix's Housing Department, Human Services Department and Neighborhood Services Department​

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Good afternoon NSD partners,

I’d like to extend my appreciation of your outreach efforts in support of the City’s 2020-25 Consolidated Plan.  

The Your City, Your Voice campaign focused on getting our residents and stakeholders to complete the survey or attend a community engagement session to provide input to help the City define housing and community needs for the next five years. The overwhelming amount of support each of our partners provided, resulted in over 2,000 survey responses and over 80 attendees at our engagement sessions, exceeding previous participation levels.  

Community engagement is critical to the Consolidated Plan process, as it allows residents and partners to play a meaningful role in establishing priorities and creating effective solutions to pressing needs in their communities. We will continue to keep our residents and stakeholders updated on the development of the Consolidated Plan. 

We are currently working on analyzing the data and feedback received from the past two months, and anticipate posting a draft report for public review in early Spring.​

Thank you for taking the time to invest in this very important process. We look forward to sharing with everyone the results of our collective efforts!​


 

​Early Spring 

Draft Consolidated Plan posted for public comment

March/April 
Public Hearing and Subcommittee Presentation

April 
City Council presentation and request for 
approval of Plan

May
2020-25 Consolidated Plan due to HUD

*All dates subject to change



 Language Access Plan

​The city of Phoenix's Neighborhood Services Department (NSD) has a Language Access Plan that allows those with limited English proficiency to get needed translation assistance. Through NSD's Language Access Plan interperters are available in several languagues including Spanish, Arabic, Croatian, Greek, Hindi, Swahili, Mandarin, Vietnamese and many more. If you are in need of assistance with interpretation or understanding the 2020-25 Consolidated Plan documents, call 602-534-4444.