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Phoenix 2020-25 Consolidated Plan Feedback

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 federal HUD grant funding. Grants include the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnership (HOME), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) and the 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 the Neighborhood Services Department​.

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