2015 – 2020 Knox County Consolidated Plan
We are seeking public comments on the draft 2015-2020 Knox County Consolidated Plan. This plan is the document that the County submits to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as an application for funding for the CDBG and HOME Programs. The plan sets out our goals and objectives for the period 2015–2020.
The document can be viewed at the links below. The public comment period runs from March 23, 2015 through April 22, 2015. We will be holding a public meeting on April 8, 2015 at 4PM in the Multi-Purpose Room at CAC, 2447 Western Ave, Knoxville.
All comments can be emailed to Rebecca.email@example.com or mailed to Knox County Community Development, 400 Main Street, Suite 630, Knoxville, TN 37902.
- 2015-2020 Knox County Consolidated Plan
- Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing
- Appendix A – Citizen Participation and Consultation
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Note to the reader: HUD now requires all grantees to submit the Consolidated Plan electronically via the IDIS online database system. As such, the printed version of the Knox County Consolidated Plan has been modified to present a more reader-friendly document. The structure and components of this document remain the same as what has been submitted to HUD however the formatting and structure have been optimized for print versions.
The Knox County Community Development Department (KCCD) is dedicated to serving our local community by providing funding and assistance to organizations and agencies that have vital missions that serve individuals or families with varied needs. We are tasked with responsibilities that include management and oversight of federal funds as well as other assets defined by additional government bodies.
Our department oversight includes intensive work and staffing related primarily to 2 federal programs. The U.S Department of Homeland Security Grant Program is focused on insuring our community is prepared for a disaster response by better equipping and training our first responder agencies. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban (HUD) Development Grant programs are focused upon assisting low-to-moderate (LMI) individuals within our community to obtain vital services or housing to meet the basic necessities of life. Both federal programs ultimately make our community a better place to live and provide a very worthwhile sense of purpose and service for our staff.
Knox County Community Development is comprised of highly qualified and experienced employees that are dedicated to serving our community and serving our community well.
For more information, please call 215-3980 to contact our Knox County Community Development staff.