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Housing Division

Overview

The City’s Housing Division administers federal, state and local affordable housing funds to improve the quality of life of community members through affordable housing and related community development activities.

Staff implements goals of the Housing Element of the General Plan and the HUD Consolidated Plan and administers the Successor Housing Agency responsibilities.

The Housing Division works with both non-profit and for-profit developers to increase the supply of housing that is affordable to households at or below the moderate income threshold, including seniors and those with special needs.

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2022 Point in Time Survey – January 26

Butte County Continuum of Care is conducting a survey of unhoused residents on January 26, 2022.  If you are experiencing homelessness, please visit a survey location to share your needs and experience.  Details are attached. 

Chico survey locations are as follows:

Avenida Apartments, 2505 Esplanade, 7am to 5pm
Torres Shelter, 101 Silver Dollar Way, 6am to 5pm
Public Library, 1108 Sherman Avenue, 8am to 5pm
Chico Municipal Center, 4th Street & Main Street, 7am to 5pm
DESS – Chico, 765 East Ave, Suite 200, 8am to 5pm

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HUD 2022 Annual Plan Community Workshop

Public Input Needed

City of Chico hosted a Community Workshop to solicit public input on the spending of grant funds.  This virtual workshop was held on Thursday, January 6, 2022 at 12 p.m via Zoom.  

The City receives an annual award of community development and housing funds from the federal department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Each year the City must submit an annual “Action Plan” to HUD describing the City’s plans for using these funds in the upcoming year.

As part of this annual planning process, the City solicits public input. This workshop is part of this public planning process.

The goals of this workshop are:

  • To educate the general public about the nature of these funds;
  • To describe the past use of funds;
  • To describe the potential uses of these funds in 2022-2023;
  • To make the public aware of opportunities to participate in the planning process; and
  • To solicit public participation.
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Public Service CDBG Applications Available

Please click here to download the CDBG Public Service Funding Application. Applications are due no later than 4pm on Monday, January 31, 2022.

Applicants were strongly encouraged to attend an informational virtual workshop held on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 10 a.m.  Additional information about the grant process was provided at the workshop and can be found in the Workshop Presentation.

Questions about the Application process can be directed to Staff by email: cityhousing@chicoca.gov or phone: 530-879-6300.

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Notice of Annual Planning

FOR THE USE OF 2022-23 FEDERAL HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS (CDBG AND HOME)

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The City of Chico is seeking public participation in the development of the City’s 2022-23 Annual Plan for the use of federal housing and community development funds.  The Annual Plan sets forth the City’s plans for the expenditure of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) program funds that will be awarded to the City by the federal department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 

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Upcoming Affordable Multi-Family Housing Projects

* - Funded in part by City of Chico

Leasing has not started for these projects.  We will update information as it becomes available.

For a guide to active affordable housing projects, see our Low-Cost Housing Resource Guide.

Senior Housing

Bruce Village/B20

1990 Belgium Ave            59 affordable units          Projected completion in December 2022

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