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2019 ACTION PLAN AMENDMENTS AND PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
This amendment is available for public comment for a period of 5 days starting on Monday, December 12, 2022 and ending on Friday, December 16, 2022.
One public meeting will be held. It will be both in person and via zoom. It will be held on Thursday, December 15, 2022 at 2:30 PM at City Hall located at 700 N. Main St., Room 1158 just off the Lobby entrance.
PUBLIC NOTICE-ARP DRAFT PLAN
The City's Economic Development Department has prepared the HOME (Home investments Partnership Program) ARP (American Rescue Plan) Plan. A 30-day public comment period will begin on November 14, 2022 and end on December 15, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. Two public hearings will be held to accept public comment. For more information on the public hearings, and how to submit your comments, please see the links directly below. The Zoom meeting links are:
The City Needs Your Input!
American Rescue Plan HOME-ARP Funding
The City of Las Cruces is creating a HOME-American Rescue Plan (ARP) Allocation Plan to identify how the funding should be spent to help people with affordable housing, people at-risk of being homeless, and people currently experiencing homelessness in Las Cruces..
Action Plan 2023
The City is developing the Action Plan 2023 document for funding provided by the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development to the City of Las Cruces. This is for the period of July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024. Grant applications have been submitted and are being evaluated for the new year's plan. Two public hearings will be held in
Housing & Neighborhood Services
This section addresses community needs related to affordable housing, public services funding, and public infrastructure improvements intended to improve the lives of low and moderate-income residents and neighborhoods of the community. All Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded programs comply with the City’s Consolidated Plan.
The Home Rehabilitation program assists low to moderate-income homeowners to bring their homes up to current codes and standards. The Mobile Home Ramp program assists disabled, low-income occupants to get a wheelchair ramp for their mobile home.
Fair Housing, it’s not an option, it’s the law!Landlord/Tenant Relations explains the rights and responsibilities for both renters and landlords under the New Mexico Uniform Owner-Residents Relations Act.
Affordable Housing is a program that helps implement affordable rental and homeownership projects.
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds a variety of public service and infrastructure programs.
City Health Care Grants provide funding to various non-profit organizations that provide health care services to low and moderate-income individuals.
Housing for the Homeless programs funds various programs such as the Shelter Plus Care (housing for disabled homeless persons), Tenant-Based Rental Assistance, and Transitional Housing programs.