2010-2015 Consolidated Plan
The 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.
2012 Action Plan
The Action Plan is a one-year plan to address the housing and community development needs in Wake County. It includes the projected budget for the 2012 fiscal year and the plan for how the funds will be used.
2011 Action Plan
The 2011 Action Plan was a one-year plan to address the housing and community development needs in Wake County. It included the budget for the 2011 fiscal year and the plan for how the funds were used.
Wake County has prepared the Draft 2011 CAPER (Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report). This report is the 3rd part of the 5-year Consolidated Plan (July 2010 through June 2015) mandated by the National Housing Act of 1990 and is required in order for Wake County to receive federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME money from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). A separate CAPER report is prepared for Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) funds.
The 2011 Draft CAPER
describes the activities that were carried out with HOME and CDBG funds during fiscal year 2010 (July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2011) within Wake County outside Raleigh and Holly Springs.
The Draft 2011 HOPWA CAPER
describes the activities that were carried out with HOPWA funds during fiscal year 2010 (July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2011) within the HOPWA entitlement area that covers Wake, Johnston and Franklin counties.
The 2010 CAPER is available for review here
For more information, contact Carrie Petrosky with Wake County Human Services at 919-856-5413. Speech- or hearing-impaired persons may call 1-800-735-2962 (TT) or 1-800-735-8262 (voice).
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.
Analysis of Impediments