Deborah McColloch, Director: 1234 Market St., 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107
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CAPER 2014
CAPER 2014 is provided as a .pdf file. Click on the image below to download the file
. Table of Contents is shown at right.

CAPER

CAPER 2012
CAPER 2012 is provided as a .pdf file. Click on the image below to download the file. List of contents at right.

Caper Year 37 2012

CAPER 2011
CAPER 2011 is provided as a .pdf file. Click on the image below to download the file. List of contents at right.

Caper 2011

CAPER 2010
The CAPER 2010 is provided as a .pdf file. Click on the image below to download the file. A list of the contents is provided at right.

CAPER 2010

Vital Neighbhorhoods Initiative

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VNI report

CAPER 2009
The 2009 CAPER is provided as a .pdf file. Click on the image below to download the file. A list of the contents is provided at right.

Caper 2009

CAPER 2008
The 2008 CAPER is provided as a .pdf file. List of contents is provided at right.

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CAPER 2007
For 2007 the CAPER is provided as a .pdf file. List of contents is provided at right.

caper 07 cover

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HUD Annual Community Assessment Letter: Program Year 2005 (July 1, 2005 - June 30, 2006) (CDBG Year 31): Click here
For the Year 31 Consolidated Plan
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HUD Year 30 Program Review Letter: Click here
For the Year 30 Consolidated Plan
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CAPER 2006
For 2006 the CAPER is provided as two files: a Word document and an Excel file. The list of contents is provided at right.

caper 2006

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Click here to view the Financial Summary as an Excel file

 

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2014

Executive Summary
Summary of Resources and Distribution of Funds
Three-Five Year Plan Assessment of Progress
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Affordable Housing
Homeless and Other Special Needs
Other Actions in Strategic Plan or Action Plan
Leveraging Resources
Citizen Comments
Self-Evaluation
Monitoring
Program Narratives
CDBG
HOME
HOPWA
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
Public Participation
Financial Summary

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2013

Executive Summary
Summary of Resources and Distribution of Funds
Three-Five Year Plan Assessment of Progress
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Affordable Housing
Homeless and Other Special Needs
Other Actions in Strategic Plan or Action Plan
Leveraging Resources
Citizen Comments
Self-Evaluation
Monitoring
Program Narratives
CDBG
HOME
HOPWA
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
Public Participation
Financial Summary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2012
The Consolidated Plan and the City's Strategic Plan
Affordable Housing
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
Other Actions
Citizen Participation Plan
Summary of Public Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Homelessness
Self-Assessment Report
Public Service
Federal HOME Funds
Federal HOPWA Funds
Federal Emergency Shelter Grant Funds
Community Economic Development
Financial Summary
Certifications
Index

 

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2011
Assessment of Three-Five Year Goals and Objectives
Affordable Housing
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Other Actions
Citizen Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Narrative
Self-Evaluation
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
HOPWA
Emergency Shelter Grant
Community Economic Development
Financial Summary
Index

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2010
Assessment of Three-Five Year Goals and Objectives
Affordable Housing
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Other Actions
Citizen Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Narrative
Self-Evaluation
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
HOPWA
Emergency Shelter Grant
Community Economic Development
Financial Summary
Index

 

 

Protecting Philadelphia’s Backbone:
A Strategy for Vital Neighborhoods

This report discusses thel tremendous challenges for cities like Philadelphia to maintain the vitality of its neighborhoods – particularly middle-income neighborhoods. Among the innovative suggestions in the report are:

  • Implementing a strategy of preserving strong-but-threatened neighborhoods in addition to investing in struggling ones
  • Marketing neighborhoods to those who may want to move in – keeping in mind the types of people who would want to be in a particular area
  • Helping residents themselves to be salespeople for their neighborhoods

 

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2009
Assessment of Three-Five Year Goals and Objectives
Affordable Housing
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Other Actions
Citizen Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Narrative
Self-Evaluation
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
HOPWA
Emergency Shelter Grant
Community Economic Development
Financial Summary
Index

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2008
Assessment of Three-Five Year Goals and Objectives
Affordable Housing
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Other Actions
Citizen Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Narrative
Self-Evaluation
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
HOPWA
Emergency Shelter Grant
Community Economic Development
Financial Summary

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2007
Assessment of Three-Five Year Goals and Objectives
Affordable Housing
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Other Actions
Citizen Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Narrative
Self-Evaluation
Public Service
Community Economic Development
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
HOPWA
Emergency Shelter Grant
Financial Summary

 

Table of Contents CAPER 2006
Assessment of Three-Five Year Goals and Objectives
Affordable Housing
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
Other Actions
Citizen Comments
Leveraging Resources
Continuum of Care Narrative
Self-Evaluation
Public Service
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
HOPWA
Emergency Shelter Grant
Community Economic Development
Financial Summary
Policy - Planning Housing - Programs Acquisition/Disposition City Initiatives Financials

Consolidated Plan

Housing Resource Guide

Legal Notices

Press Releases

RFPs

Reports

Affordable Housing

Homeownership Programs

Home Repair Programs

Homes for Sale

Rental Housing

Special-Needs

Acquisition

Vacancy/Disposition

Contact Us

Job Openings

Link to PHDC website

Link to PRA website

Choice Neighborhoods

Anti-Predatory Lending

Avoid Foreclosure Scams

Foreclosure Prevention

Housing Trust Fund

NACs

Auditing

HUD

Income Guidelines

Keystone Communities

PHFA

Tax Abatement

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