Neighborhood Enterprise Division
The Neighborhood Enterprise Division seeks to increase the supply of affordable housing through a variety of rental and homeownership programs for the community’s low- and moderate-income residents, as well as encourage neighborhood and housing sustainability through the preservation and rehabilitation of existing housing stock.
NED provides the administrative, fiscal and technical support required to plan, design and deliver quality housing, community development and related services. The division is responsible for programs such as the Neighborhood Renewal Initiative Grant Program
, Homebuyer Programs
and Homeowner Repair Programs
Notice of Public Hearing concerning the 2018/19 HUD Annual Housing and Community Development Plan to afford citizens the opportunity to provide input and recommendations regarding assisted housing, housing related needs/priorities, supportive housing needs, and non‑housing community development needs within the Consortium.
The Consortium's 2018/19 Annual Plan for Housing and Community Development will identify the community's housing and community development priorities, and target strategies to address priorities established in the 2015-19 Escambia Consortium Consolidated Plan which will be implemented during the next Federal Fiscal Year. The 2018/19 Annual Plan will denote the Escambia Consortium's action plan for the utilization of resources provided through the FY 2018 Community Development Block Grant, FY 2018 HOME Investment Partnerships Act, FY 2018 Emergency Solutions Grant, and other HUD programs designed to address housing and community development needs.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 5:30 pm
City of Pensacola Housing Office
420 W. Chase St., Pensacola
Written comments will be accepted through April 6, 2018 via NED@myescambia.com or to the Escambia Consortium, 221 Palafox Place, Suite 200, Pensacola, FL 32502. For more details, please call 850-595-4968.