2023 Annual Action Plan (DRAFT)(PDF, 730KB): A component of the PY2021-2025 Consolidated Plan, the 2023 Annual Action Plan describes the types of activities to be carried out under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grant programs to meet the overall Consolidated Plan goals and strategies to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment, addressing urgent needs, and expanding economic opportunities principally for extremely low-, low- and moderate-income persons/households.
2022 Report of Recommendations (DRAFT)(PDF, 274KB): The City of Orlando is required by Florida Statute 420.9076 to establish an Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (AHAC) in order to complete a Housing Incentive Strategies Report. The report recommends specific actions or initiatives to encourage or facilitate the preservation of affordable housing units in the City, and the removal of regulatory barriers that increase the costs to develop affordable housing.
2021 DRAFT Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)(PDF, 2MB): The purpose of the City of Orlando CAPER is to provide the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Orlando citizens with a summary of the Housing and Community Development Department's accomplishments during the given year.
2021-2025 Consolidated Plan (includes 2021 Annual Action Plan)(PDF, 10MB): The Consolidated Plan is a five-year planning document that includes the community needs assessment, market analysis and strategic plan for addressing priority needs for the period of the plan.
2021-2024 Local Housing Assistance Plan (LHAP) – Amended November 22, 2022(PDF, 3MB): The LHAP is a concise description of the City of Orlando’s housing assistance and housing incentive strategies.
Citizen Participation Plan – Amended June 1, 2020:(PDF, 486KB) The City of Orlando is committed to providing opportunities for its citizens to participate in an advisory role in the planning, implementation and assessment of the use of federal housing funds. The Citizen Participation Plan establishes standards for the public participation process.
State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Annual Report for Closeout Year 2020-2021(PDF, 533KB): In order to receive future funding from the SHIP Program, the City of Orlando must annually report on local affordable housing program expenditures, leveraging, beneficiary demographics and more. The annual report demonstrates to the Florida Legislature and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation that SHIP funds are spent to assist eligible households, in compliance with established requirements and deadlines.
Copies of all final documents will be kept on file at Orlando City Hall, 7th Floor, Housing & Community Development Department, 400 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL, 32801, and will be made available for public inspection and review during regular business hours. The City will provide copies to citizens and groups, upon request, including large print copies for the visually impaired.