Wake County Housing Affordability & Community Revitalization periodically posts public notices on this webpage. For a look at past public notices, please consult the list below or use the Archives button.
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
2022 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) and
2022 HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES for PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA) CAPER
Notice is hereby given that Wake County is preparing the 2022 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) CAPER. These documents report on the progress of the third year of the 5-year Consolidated Plan mandated by the National Housing Act of 1990 and are required for Wake County to receive federal entitlement funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The 2022 CAPER describes the housing and community development activities that were carried out during program year 2022 (July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023) within Wake County. The HOPWA CAPER describes activities carried out with HOPWA funds to assist households living with HIV/AIDS in Wake, Johnston, and Franklin Counties.
Drafts of the 2022 CAPER and HOPWA CAPER are available for a 15-day comment period from September 4, 2023–September 18, 2023. Copies are also accessible at the following locations: Wake County Housing (336 Fayetteville Street, Suite 440, Raleigh, NC 27602, Municipal Town Halls, Wake County Regional Centers, Homeless Service Centers, and other Wake County Housing or Human Services locations.
At the end of the comment period Wake County will compile and address all public comments received. For more information or to submit a comment, please contact Housing Staff at (919) 856-5689 or via email email@example.com by September 18, 2023. Speech or hearing-impaired persons may contact 1-800-735-2962 (TT) or 1-800-735-8262 (voice).
Other Recent Plans & Notices
Wake County 2023 Annual Action Plan
On May 1, 2023 Wake County Board of Commissioners approved Wake County 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan , a one-year plan to address low-income housing and community development needs in Wake County.
Wake County's HOME-American Rescue Plan (ARP) Allocation Plan
The Wake County HOME-ARP Allocation Plan is a strategic plan detailing the use of federal HOME-ARP grant funds to address the needs of individuals or households who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of homelessness, and other vulnerable populations, by providing housing, rental assistance, supportive services, and non-congregate shelter, to reduce homelessness and increase housing stability. The Plan was approved by the Wake County Board of Commissioners on March 9th, 2022.
Wake County Affordable Housing Plan
Approximately 56,000 working families who make less than $39,000 a year in Wake County are currently unable to find affordable housing. Current trends show that this number may increase to as many as 150,000 households over the next 20 years.
To address this growing need, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved the 20-year Affordable Housing Plan developed by the Affordable Housing Steering Committee.
You can learn more about the Affordable Housing Plan through the resources below:
Citizen Participation Plan
The Citizen Participation Plan (CPP) outlines how the public can access information regarding the County’s HUD grant programs. It describes how the public will be notified of program activities, projects which could result in the displacement and actions that would be undertaken if such displacement were to occur. The goal of the CPP is to provide all citizens of our community with adequate opportunities to participate in an advisory role in the planning, implementation and assessment of the County’s HUD grant programs.
2020-2025 Consolidated Plan
The 2020–2025 Consolidated Plan is a five-year plan to address the low-income housing and community development needs in Wake County. It includes a housing and homeless needs assessment and market analysis, a strategic plan and a one-year Action Plan.
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
This document is a comprehensive review of Wake County's demographics, economics, housing, land use, zoning, transportation, and other conditions. It takes the data from this review and assesses how these conditions impede the availability and accessibility of housing to the protected classes. It then describes actions the community can take to overcome identified impediments. A fair housing plan is then developed as part of the five-year Consolidated Plan. The fair housing plan describes the actions Wake County's Housing program will take to address the identified impediments.