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The Action Plan defines the funding sources for the State of Indiana’s five (5) major HUD-funded programs and provides communities a framework for defining comprehensive development planning. The FY 2017 Action Plan sets forth the method of distribution of funding for the following HUD-funded programs:
State of Indiana 2017 Action Plan - DRAFT (updated April 7, 2017)
2016 State of Indiana Action Plan
State of Indiana 2016 Action Plan (updated November 10, 2016)
2015 Consolidated Plan
State of Indiana Five-Year Consolidated Plan (updated November 10, 2016)
2014 State of Indiana Action Plan
Indiana 2014 Action Plan FINAL
Amendment to 2014 Action Plan for Reduction in HOME funds
2013 State of Indiana Action Plan
Indiana 2013 Action Plan FINAL
2012 State of Indiana Action Plan
Indiana 2012 Action Plan FINAL
ConPlan Amendment for Migrant Farmworker Housing 3-20-12
2011 Consolidated Plan
Indiana 2011 Action Plan - DRAFT
2015 Indiana CAPER - DRAFT
2014 Indiana CAPER
2013 Indiana CAPER
2012 Indiana CAPER
2011 Indiana CAPER - DRAFT
2009 Indiana CAPER
2008 Indiana CAPER
2007 Indiana CAPER
2006 Indiana CAPER
Previous Consolidated Plans
Amendment of IHCDA Allocation Plan in 2005 Con Plan and 2006 and 2007 Action Plans
The NSP1 Substantial Amendment
The NSP Amendment #1 to NSP Substantial Amendment
The NSP3 Action Plan
The NSP3 Amendment #1 to NSP3 Action Plan
The 1999-2010 Consolidated Plan(s) for the State of Indiana (complete download zip file)
CDBG Disaster Recovery Action Plan
In July 2008, Congress appropriated supplemental funding to Indiana for emergency disaster assistance in states affected by severe storms and flooding in 2008. As the Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) serves as the lead agency for public infrastructure restoration and economic revitalization, IHCDA is the lead agency in distributing these funds for housing disaster recovery activities. The funds can be used by the state for long-term recovery efforts for damage caused by any previous natural disaster which received a federal declaration this year (DR-1740, DR-1766 and DR-1795).
OCRA serves as the state's primary liaison to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) the source of federal funds for long-term disaster recovery in areas affected by natural disasters in 2008. OCRA works with IHCDA to manage all housing activities. IHCDA works closely with OCRA to ensure compliance with HUD rules, lead the development of a disaster recovery action plan, and report to HUD on all disaster recovery issues impacting affected regions.
CDBG Disaster Recovery is not a program for individuals.
Click here for more information regarding disaster recovery in Indiana.