Housing & Community Development Commission

Purpose

The Housing and Community Development Commission is comprised of 4 Neighborhood Councils that are appointed by the City Council. The Commission acts as an advisory body to the City Council and assists in soliciting citizen participation relating to community development efforts and uses of HUD funds within each respective neighborhood council area.
 

Meetings


  • 5 p.m.
  • 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month
  • Anaheim West Tower, 10th Floor
    201 S. Anaheim Blvd.
    Anaheim, CA 92805

Members


The Housing and Community Development Commission has 9 members (Roster). All members shall be qualified electors of the City and shall not hold any paid office or employment in the City government. Commission members may serve up to 2 consecutive 4-year terms and may not concurrently serve on 2 or more City boards and commissions.

Responsibilities


  • Conduct and carry out the functions as are prescribed by the Housing Authorities Law (commencing with Section 34100 of the California Health and Safety Code).
  • Perform functions prescribed in the City’s Citizen Participation Plan, which includes:
    • Review funding requests and submit CDBG, ESG, and HOME funding recommendations to the City Council.
  • Hold required public hearings, in accordance with Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requirements.
  • Perform such additional duties and functions as may be required from time to time by specific action and direction of the City Council.

Compensation


Each member of the Housing and Community Development Commission receive $50 per meeting.

Conflict Disclosure


Members are required to complete and file, with the City Clerk, an annual Statement of Economic Interest, Form 700.

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