2015 - 2020 Consolidated Plan Volumes

What version should I review?

We recognize that the number of volumes may be confusing.  Here is a summary of what each volume offers.  Your comments are not in any way limited to any particular version.  Please feel free to comment on any volume.

Volume 1, 2015-2020 Consolidated Plan Template (HUD Version):This volume is created in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS).  This version will be provided to HUD and represents the minimum amount of information required for Consolidated Plan submissions.  If you are interested in commenting on our plan, this is the version to which you would want to pay most attention.

Volume 2, Consolidated Plan Supplementary Data:This volume includes the supplementary data and supporting documentation for certain activities of the planning process, including the 2015-2020 Consolidated Plan Goals Summary, the Citizen Participation Plan, the Citizens Survey Summary, the workshop summaries, specific tables and other information required by HUD.  Volume 2 supplements the information provided in Volumes 1 and 4 and corresponds to the Chapters in Volume 4.  If you are interested in the process, the sources we consulted, and/or supporting documentation, you may be interested in this volume.

Volume 3, 2015 Action Plan:The Action Plan is the implementation plan for Year 1 of the new Consolidated Plan.  The Action Plan acts as the Consortium's application for Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships and Emergency Solutions Grant programs.  This volume describes the specific activities to be undertaken between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.  If you are interested in the specific activities we are funding, you may be interested in this volume. 

Volume 4, 20150-2020 Consolidated Plan (Public Expanded Version):Hearing feedback on the usefulness of the data contained therein, it was felt that a more user-friendly version of Volume 1 would be helpful to our partners and is provided here as a version that is intended to be a more comprehensive version than that required by HUD.  If you are interested in a more in-depth and reader friendly version of Volume I, this volume may be of interest to you.