IHCDA September 2017 Monthly Info

ihcda monthly info

Upcoming Events

October 7, 2017: Pre ENACT Indy Monon 16 (Indianapolis)

October 10-12, 2017: AIM Conference (Evansville)

October 20, 2017: CoC Development Day (Indianapolis)

October 26, 2017: IHCDA Board of Directors Meeting (Batesville)

RED Notices

17-50: Response to Hurricane Irma - Emergency Housing Relief Authorization

17-49: Moving Forward 3.0 Program Selected Team

17-48: Reminder to Keep Vacancy Information Updated

17-47: Response to Hurricane Harvey - Emergency Housing Relief Authorization

17-46: Ramp Up - Policy Changes & Webinar

17-45: 2018-2019 QAP Form A - 1st Draft

Please click here to visit our RED Notices page.

Public Notices

PN 17-25: Notice of Filing of 2016 CAPER

PN 17-24: CDBG DR2 Substantial Amendment (closed)

PN 17-23: Request for Proposals - Budgeting and Reporting Software (closed)

PN 17-22: Notice of Public Hearing: Service Territory Reassignment (closed)

PN 17-21: Request for Proposals - Technical Program Monitor (Wx) (closed)

Please click here to visit our Public Notices page.

2018-2019 Qualified Allocation Plan

The final version of the 2018-2019 Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) is now available on the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) website.

The plan can be accessed by clicking here.

IHCDA Board of Directors Meeting in Tell City

River Pointe

IHCDA took the September Board of Directors meeting yesterday on the road to Tell City. The meeting was held at the Tell City Depot followed by a tour of River Pointe Apartments. The next Board of Directors meeting will be held on October 26, 2017 in Batesville, Indiana.

My Voice Portal

Have you submitted a suggestion through our My Voice Portal (MVP) yet? Now is the time. Click here to find out more and become an IHCDA MVP!

Response to Hurricane Irma- Emergency Housing Relief Authorization


In accordance with Revenue Procedures 2014-49 and  2014-50, IHCDA is permitting all owners of low-income housing tax credit (“LIHTC”) properties within the State of Indiana to provide temporary emergency housing to displaced individuals affected by Hurricane Irma.

Click here for more details.

McKinley Court Grand Opening

McKinley Court Grand Opening

In September we joined our partners at LIFEDesigns to celebrate the grand opening of LIFEDesigns at McKinley in Columbus, Indiana, which provides 8 support living units for individuals with developmental or physical disabilities in Columbus.

Posterity Heights Groundbreaking

Posterity Heights Groundbreaking

In September we joined Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, state and local officials, and our partners from BWI, LLC and Joshua's Hand for the groundbreaking on the first Moving Forward development in Indiana. Posterity Heights in Fort Wayne, Ind. is a multi-phased development that will provide net-zero housing, electric car sharing, an on-site early childhood learning center, education and job opportunities, healthy food and other amenities. The development is designed to provide traditional and single parents a path to self-sufficiency.

Warsaw Alley

CreatINg Places Program Celebrates Ribbon Cutting for The Alley

A ribbon cutting was held for the Alley, a CreatINg Places project in Warsaw, Indiana last week. The project is one of the many crowdfunding campaigns which have launched through the platform developed by Patronicity. To date, 24 projects have raised over $800,000 which have been matched by over $600,000 in IHCDA funds.


MCMV Participants Announced

The 2017-18 My Community, My Vision (MCMV) program is now underway following a kick-off event last week in Fishers. Local Units of Governments (LUGs), with help from young adults in LaPorte, Cass County, Logansport and two Indianapolis groups, were selected to participate in this year’s program and will develop formal and detailed plans with support from the Ball State University’s School of Urban Planning and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA).

Jacob Sipe

Jacob Sipe presented with the William A. Crawford Public Service Award

In September, IHCDA's Executive Director, Jacob Sipe, was presented  with the William A. Crawford Public Service Award by the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention (CHIP). The award is named in honor of State Representative Bill Crawford, a public servant dedicated to advocating for those experiencing homelessness in Indianapolis, and was presented at the Annual CHIP Celebration for his efforts in passing legislation on the Housing Trust Fund (HTF).