Plans and Reports
The City of Norfolk develops several plans and reports associated with the allocation of federal grants provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Community Development.
- Consolidated & Annual Action Plan
- Annual Performance Report (CAPER)
- Environmental Review Records
- Other Reports
HUD regulations require that participating jurisdictions prepare a Consolidated Plan every three to five years. The Consolidated Plan is a comprehensive document detailing how the city will spend its federal funding during the five years. It also identifies strategic planning and resident participation opportunities using a comprehensive approach. The Consolidated Plan enables the city, community-based organizations, and citizens to provide input that directs the scope of activities during the plan period.
Throughout these five years, the city must also prepare Annual Action Plans. The Annual Action Plan summarizes the City of Norfolk’s annual objectives during the upcoming year. The Annual Plan describes the activities, the funding recommendations for those objectives, affordable housing goals, homeless needs, barriers to affordable housing, and community development objectives.
The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) provides information on the department's accomplishments and progress toward Consolidated Plan goals.
- FY 2022 CAPER
- For reports from previous years, please visit: CPD Consolidated Plans, Annual Action Plans, and CAPERS
Projects fully or partially funded by U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants are required to complete an environmental review. The level of review depends on the extent of the project’s potential to impact the environment. Higher levels of environmental assessment that require a public comment period will be made available on this page for the public to preview and download.
Comments provided during the established public comment period (see the public notice for detail) will be considered before submitting a request to release funds to the regional HUD office. Comments can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 757-664-4257.