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Prince William County (PWC), along with the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park, applied to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) July 1991, to be designated as an "Entitlement Urban County."  In order to be considered for direct federal funding from HUD under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs, the County prepared and submitted a "Comprehensive housing Affordability Strategy for Fiscal Years 1992 - 1996."  HUD granted "Entitlement Urban County" status to Prince William County, on behalf of all three Area jurisdictions (Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas park) effective July 1, 1992.  The County's Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) was created on July 1, 1992.  The County's Office of housing and Community Development (OHCD) was created on July 1, 1992 and given lead responsibility for housing planning and programs of the Prince William Area, per Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) Resolution 92-683.

As an "Entitlement Urban County" that receives Community Planning and Development funds, OHCD must prepare and submit to HUD a 5-year Consolidated Housing and Community Development Plan [Consolidated Plan], Annual Action Plan [AAP] and Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report [CAPER].

As required by federal regulations, public meetings are held and public comments are solicited for the Consolidated Plan, AAP and CAPER.  Copies of these documents are made available to the general public at all regional libraries and major government offices throughout the county and both cities.

The following are the publications and reports for all HUD funding provided to the Prince William Area:

Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 (NSP1) 

CDBG Report Forms

Fair Housing

Community Development Block Grant

HCV

HCV ADMINISTRATIVE PLAN - DRAFT

The Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD) is proposing changes to the PHA Administrative Plan. The Draft Plan was developed in partnership with Nan McKay, where updates were made to ensure compliance with current HUD regulations. The Draft Plan is in compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations 24 CFR Part 982 and 24 CFR Part 983.  See Public Notice for complete details. 


HCV ADMINISTRATIVE PLAN

Administrative Plan Title Page
Administrative Plan Introduction
Table of Contents
Chapter 1:  Overview of the Program and Plan
Chapter 2:  Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
Chapter 3:  Eligibility
Chapter 4:  Applications Waiting List and Tenant Selection
Chapter 5:  Briefings and Voucher Issuance
Chapter 6:  Income and Subsidy Determinations with Exhibit
Chapter 7:  Verifications
Chapter 8:  Housing Quality Standards and Rent Reasonableness
Chapter 9:  General Leasing Policies
Chapter 10:  Moving with Continued Assistance and Portability
Chapter 11:  Reexamination
Chapter 12:  Termination of Assistance and Tenancy
Chapter 13:  Owners
Chapter 14:  Program Integrity
Chapter 15:  Special Housing Types
Chapter 16:  Program Administration
Chapter 17:  Code of Conduct Acronyms and Glossary


Affordable Housing Task Report

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