2015 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Reports Notice of Public Comment Period
2015 Alabama CAPER June 2016 Draft for Public Comments
2015 Alabama CAPER June 2016 HOPWA Report on HUD Form
The State of Alabama’s “Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER)” for the reporting period of April 1, 2015 through March 31, 2016 for the CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA Programs is now available for public review and comment from June 10, 2016 through June 24, 2016. Please submit your comments either online or in writing to the following:
Mr. Shabbir Olia
ADECA Community and Economic Development Division
Community Development Block Grant Unit
Post Office Box 5690
Montgomery, AL 36103-5690
Si desea comprobar el estado de "planes de acción anuales PY2016 para la CDBG, HOME, ESG, y HOPWA los programas", por favor, póngase en contacto con el Sr. Shabbir Olia de Alabama en 334- 242-5468.
The “2016 Housing Trust Fund HOME Public Hearing Notice” is available at the following link: Click here.
The State of Alabama First Amended 2015-2019 Five-Year Consolidated Plan is available at the following link: Click here.
The State of Alabama First Amended PY2016 One-Year Annual Action Plan is available at the following link: Click here.
Passenger Rail Study:
A feasibility study regarding the restoration of passenger railroad service between Birmingham and Montgomery is now complete. The study examines the costs, benefits and projected ridership for a variety of potential routes and schedules and was completed with input from local officials and a survey of residents.
Click here to read the full study.
A wide range of programs fall under the category of community and economic development, and they exist to improve Alabama communities in very specific ways.
Some community needs addressed by Community Development Programs include providing clean water, paving the way for new jobs, eliminating health and safety hazards, and assisting minority-owned businesses.
Through the Community Services Block Grant Program, Alabama residents of low-income are able to receive assistance with gaining employment, education and many other skills.
The Recreation and Conservation Unit administers grants that fund walking trails, playgrounds and other outdoor areas that improve communities.
The Appalachian Regional Commission has been working to improve lives, create new jobs, spur economic development, build roads and infrastructure, advance education and promote wellness in central and north Alabama since its establishment in 1965.
The Delta Regional Authority works to improve many aspects of communities in 20 Alabama counties.
Alabama Advantage provides information for those looking to relocate or retire in our state.