2019 Annual Action Plan
The State of South Carolina has prepared its 2019 Annual Action Plan and the draft plan was available for review and comment for 30 days January 7 through February 5, 2019. An Annual Action Plan is required by HUD each year of the Consolidated Plan period for the following State Programs to receive 2019 HUD funding: 1) Community Development Block Grant Program administered by the SC Department of Commerce, Grants Administration; 2) HOME Investment Partnerships and National Housing Trust Fund programs administered by the SC State Housing Finance and Development Authority; 3) Emergency Solutions Grants administered by the SC Office of Economic Opportunity; and 4) Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS administered by the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control, STD/HIV Division.
2019 is the fourth year in the current 2016-2020 Consolidated Plan period. The 2019 Plan contains each program’s expected resources, goals for the upcoming Plan year, planned method for distributing funding, as well as information regarding consultation and participation, affordable housing and barriers to affordable housing, homelessness and housing activities pertinent to other special needs, etc. Additional and more detailed program information is contained in program documents available from each administering agency.
Copies of the 2019 Action Plan and the 2019 CDBG Program Description can be downloaded from this website - click on the links below.
2018 Annual Action Plan
The 2018 Annual Action Plan is the second annual plan under the State's 2016-2020 Consolidated Plan. HUD requires annual plans each year in order to receive funding under the five HUD Consolidated Plan Programs: CDBG, HOME, National Housing Trust Fund (NHTF), HOPWA and ESG. The Plan contains a summary of each program’s 2018 Program, along with additional information available from each administering agency. For 2018, draft documents were available during the public comment period and remained posted until HUD announced final allocations. HUD announced the state’s final 2018 allocation in May and final documents were submitted to HUD. The final version of the Plan reflects 2018 resources available, goals and objectives for the 2018 Plan Year, each Program's method of distribution, and other information pertaining to the citizen participation process, affordable housing, homeless and special needs activities, barriers to affordable housing and other activities.
CDBG Program Description
The State's CDBG Program Description is required by HUD as part of the Consolidated Plan process. It represents the State's annual plan for distributing CDBG funding, and pertinent sections are summarized in the State's Annual Action Plan. The 2019 Annual Action Plan has been prepared as required and is available for review and comment through February 5, 2019.
Go to the CDBG Program Documents page.