Notices for HUD applicants

Many HUD Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) applications require an organization to obtain a certification from the local government in which the proposed project is located that verifies that the application is consistent with the community's HUD approved Plans. To request a certification, submit the application at least 14 days before the particular HUD application deadline.

Applications

Certificate of Consistency Application March 2014 (Word)Certificate of Consistency Application March 2014 (pdf)

Applications may be returned to:

Department of Neighborhood Development, Policy Development & Research
ATTN: HUD Verification 26 Court St., 8th floor, Boston, MA 02108

Questions and emailed applications should be directed to:

Diane Marchioni diane.marchioni@boston.gov (phone) 617-635-0243

Additional Requirements
  1.  Certificate of Consistency HUD 2991- Select HUD programs require certification that the proposed activities/projects in the application are consistent with the City of Boston's approved Consolidated Plan.

     Certificate of Consistency HUD 2991

  2.  Certificate of Consistency with Preferred Sustainable Community HUD 2995- Select HUD competitive grant programs offer bonus points for activities that support the goals of a designated Preferred Sustainability Status Community (PSS). The City of Boston achieved Preferred Sustainability Status (PSS) as a FY2011 Community Challenge Planning Grantee.

     
    Certificate of Consistency with Preferred Sustainable Community HUD 2995
    PSS Communities

  3. Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing (AI): Select HUD programs require applicants to demonstrate how their proposed project or activity will affirmatively further fair housing and meet an identified impediment to fair housing by promoting greater housing choice for minority persons and/or persons with disabilities. In general, this means that applicants must describe how their proposed project or activity will assist the jurisdiction in overcoming one or more of the impediments to fair housing choice identified in the City's Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing and Fair Housing Plan (AI), a companion document to the City's Consolidated Plan. When required, you will need to submit a copy of this certification application and a draft of the relevant narratives from the HUD application package to the Boston Fair Housing Commission.

    Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, AI

    For more information, contact JoAnn Cox, Affirmative Marketing Specialist, 617-635-2576 or joann.cox@boston.gov.

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