Housing and Community Development

Housing and Community Development 407.246.2708

The City of Orlando Housing and Community Development department administers local, state and federal funds designated for housing and community development. The Department plans, develops and implements programs and activities that meet identified needs in the community such as home ownership, rental and owner-occupied housing rehabilitation, public facilities and improvements and assistance to the homeless and persons with HIV/AIDS.

Programs managed by the Housing and Community Development Department include:

Housing Counseling Agencies

News:

The City of Orlando Housing and Community Development Department

CITY OF ORLANDO PUBLIC NOTICE

State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Program

(Close out year FY 2011-2012)

 To all interested Agencies, Groups, and Persons – The City of Orlando’s SHIP Annual Report covering FY’s 2011-2012, 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 will be available for review and comments from August 28th through September 8th at the Housing and Community Development Department, 7th Floor, City Hall, 400 S. Orange Avenue, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. The report is posted SHIP. 2014 CITY OF ORLANDO PUBLIC NOTICE. Written comments must identify the author, address and interest affected. Persons wishing more information may contact: Diana Rodriguez, Housing Program Manager, at 407.246.2395.

 

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