consolidated plan

SC State Consolidated Plan Documents and Reports

2018 Annual Action Plan

The State of South Carolina will receive $20.2 million for CDBG, $7 million for HOME, $3 million for the National Housing Trust Fund, $2.4 million for ESG and $1.8 million for HOPWA. The 2018 Annual Action Plan has been approved by HUD and contains a summary of each program’s individual annual plan, with more detailed documents available from the administering agency. To download the Action Plan or the final version of the 2018 CDBG Program Description, click on the links below.

Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development

HUD requires a new state Consolidated Plan every five years. A new plan was developed for the plan period 2016 through 2020, which included the 2016 CDBG annual plan as described in the 2016 CDBG Program Description. Plans for remaining years of the 2016-2020 Con Plan period were or will be prepared each year in advance of the Program Year start in April. The 2018 Annual Action Plan and the 2018 CDBG Program can be downloaded from the Program Documents page. These will be updated, and updated versions posted, once HUD announces the final 2018 Allocations for South Carolina.

The 2016-2020 Con Plan was submitted to HUD in April 2016 as required, and was then amended to add the newly funded National Housing Trust Fund program to be administered along with HOME by the State Housing Finance & Development Authority. HUD approved the amended 2016-2020 Con Plan in December 2016.

For prior Consolidated Plans, annual plans and program plans, click the links below.

Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

State Citizen Participation Plan

Consolidated Plan Amendments

  • 2016-2020 Consolidated Plan Substantial Amendment to the to include the National Housing Trust Fund (see above)
  • CDBG Federal Recovery Program (CDBG-R) Substantial Amendment
  • Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Substantial Amendment
  • Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3) Substantial Amendment

Analysis of Impediments