IHCDA Monthly Info - May 2018

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RED Notices

18-29: IHCDA Regional Meetings

18-28: SAM.Gov Registration Changes

18-27: Common Issues in Market Studies

18-26: Income Averaging Policy for 9% LIHTC Developments

18-25: List of Approved Market Study Providers

18-24: 2018 Rental Housing Tax Credit Rent and Income Limits

18-23: TBRA Manual and Request for Qualifications

18-22: Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant RFQ (updated May 29, 2018)

18-21: 2019 Tax Credit General Set-Aside - Moving Forward Rural Development

18-20: Income Averaging Policy for 4% Tax-Exempt Bond Developments

18-19: HOME Rental Policy Public Comment Period

18-18: Request for Qualifications - Lead Community Action Program

18-17: CDBG OOR Policy Public Comment Period

18-16: QAP Workforce Housing Set-Aside for 2019

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Public Notices

PN 18-11: Request for Qualifications - Housing Opportunity for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)

PN 18-10: Request for Proposals - Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)

PN 18-09: Request for Qualifications - Lead Community Action Program

PN 18-08: Request for Proposals - Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Service Provider for Boone, Hamilton, and Hendricks County

PN 18-07: Request for Proposals - The Development of a Residential Treatment Facility for the Opiod Addiction Recovery Pilot Program for Pregnant Women and Women with Newborns 

PN 18-06: Indiana seeks applicants for Opportunity Zone designation

PN 18-05: 2018 Annual Action Plan - Notice of Filing

PN 18-04: Request for Proposals - CSBG Innovation Grant

PN 18-03: Housing First Program Request for Qualifications (RFQ)

PN 18-02New Technical Assistance Policy Request

PN 18-01: Notice of Public Hearing – Weatherization Assistance Program State Plan 2018

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My Voice Portal (MVP)

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

Strategic Plan

Year One Strategic Plan Update

Last year, we began the process of creating our four-year strategic plan. Now a year later, we are pleased to share with you our progress. These updates can be found on the webpage dedicated to our 2017-2021 Strategic Plan found here.

The Strategic Priorities are:

1. Pursue Innovation in all Programs and Service

2. Provide Thought Leadership

3. Emphasize Continued Quality of Services

4. Continuously improve program management practices and partnership building

Indiana Housing Conference

Call for Nominations: Lt. Governor's Excellence in Affordable Housing Awards

IHCDA is requesting nominations for the most outstanding properties in four categories for the Lt. Governor's Excellence in Affordable Housing Awards. These awards, which will be presented at the 2018 Indiana Housing Conference, celebrate the best in Indiana affordable housing development. All award nominations are due by August 15, 2018.

Click here to access the nomination form.

The 2018 Indiana Housing Conference will take place September 26-27, 2018 at the Marriott Indianapolis in Downtown Indianapolis. More details and registration information will be released soon.

Institute Finale

Supportive Housing Institute Finale

On Thursday, May 10th, we were pleased to join CSH for the Indiana Supportive Housing Institute Finale in Indianapolis, Indiana. Participating teams were from the communities of  Jeffersonville, Bloomington, Kokomo, Lebanon, Johnson County, and Indianapolis.

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New CreatINg Places Campaigns Launched

Two new CreatINg Places campaigns have launched through the crowdfunding platform developed by Patronicity. The latest campaigns are for the Spruce up Spruce Bridge project in Indianapolis, and the Mandala Murals Project in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Housing First Training

Indiana Housing First Training

On May 2nd, we conducted a training for the Indiana Housing First Program. This program was established in 2017 to provide rental assistance and support services to individuals and families with a serious, persistent mental illness, a chronic chemical addiction, or a serious and persistent mental illness with a co-occurring chronic chemical addiction, who are also facing a housing crisis, exiting a residential treatment program, or could exit a residential treatment program with access to affordable housing and support services.

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Meridian Park Open House

On May 1st we were pleased to join to join Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and our partners from Bona Vista Programs in Kokomo, Indiana to celebrate the open house for Meridian Park. This development will provide 13 units of housing for Hoosiers with mental or physical disabilities.

Homeless Camp

Indiana Balance of State Point-in-Time Count

Findings from the 2018 Balance of State (BoS) Point-in-Time (PiT) Count have been released.  Among the findings is a 2% decrease in the overall homeless population.

The continued reduction to the state’s BoS homeless population is attributed to coordination both regionally and at the local level on implementing strategies to reduce homelessness.This includes the collaboration and partnership on a statewide Coordinated Entry system.