HUD Requirements and Reports
This page includes key recovery documents that Houston submits to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), including:
Disaster Recovery Action Plan
The City of Houston will receive $1.3 billion for Hurricane Harvey housing recovery through the Texas General Land Office, from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The City of Houston's Local Action Plan is now incorporated into the State of Texas Action Plan. As Houston receives additional funding, reallocates funds, or changes recovery activities, the City will submit amendments to the Action Plan to the GLO for HUD's approval. The latest version of the State Action Plan is posted below; historical versions can be found here.
|Action Plans||HUD Approval Date|
|State Action Plan - Amendment 3 to the $ 5B Action Plan for Hurricane Harvey||June 13, 2019|
|Texas – Versión en español de la Enmienda 3 al Plan de Acción de $5MM para el Huracán Harvey||June 13, 2019|
|Texas - Điều chỉnh Kế hoạch Hành động $5 tỷ sau Bão Harvey lần 3, Phiên bản tiếng Việt||June 13, 2019|
|德克萨斯州 - 哈维飓风灾后重建50亿美元行动计划第3修正案中文版||June 13, 2019|
|تكساس – النسخة العربية من التعديل (رقم) 3 لخطة عمل بقيمة 5 مليار دولار الخاصة بإعصار هارفي||June 13, 2019|
|ٹیکساس - ہریکین ہاروے 5 ارب ڈالر عملی منصوبہ بندی کی ترمیم 3 اردو ورژن||June 13, 2019|
Federal Register Notices
Local Housing Needs Assessment
After Hurricane Harvey, the City of Houston recognized that it needed to understand the full impact of the storm on residential structures in the city. The City partnered with Civis Analytics to develop a new methodology for calculating unmet need from a major disaster. The methodology is important because it doesn’t simply rely on FEMA claims for Individual Assistance. Rather, Houston’s methodology looks at which buildings were damaged as the basis for calculating unmet housing need. The model also looks at the impact on socially vulnerable communities.
Disaster Impact and Social Vulnerability Map
The City's methodology focuses on identifying socially vulnerable Houstonians who may face special challenges in making a full recovery.
Houstonians have a right to have their voices heard in the disaster recovery process. Beginning with the Local Action Plan, the City has undertaken new approaches to reach more Houstonians to give input about the recovery process. The City is using in-person meetings, online resources, and tele-townhalls to create avenues for feedback on disaster plans and programs.
Follow @HoustonHCDD on social media for regular updates on recovery events and opportunities for feedback.
The Housing and Community Development Department accepts comments via USPS mail, email, and in person at our offices:
City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department
2100 Travis Street, 9th floor
Houston, TX 77002
Each program area under the City of Houston’s Local Action Plan is governed by program guidelines. These guidelines spell out program activities, targets, and spending plans.
Public notices are posted here.
|Homeowner Assistance Program (HoAP) Guidelines||January 16, 2019|
|Harvey Single Family Development (HSFD) Program Guidelines Draft||November 28, 2018|
|Harvey Multifamily Program Guidelines Draft||May 20th, 2019|
|Harvey Recovery Small Rental (HRSR) Program Guidelines Draft||December 12, 2018|
|Harvey Homebuyer Assistance Program (HBAP) Guidelines||April 30, 2019|
|Public Services Guidelines||May 9, 2019|
|Harvey Buyout Program Draft Guidelines Draft||October 1st, 2019|