Affordable Housing Commission
Mission: "To promote City living and neighborhood stabilization through the preservation and production of affordable, accessible housing and support services that enhance the quality of life for those in need."
Notice of Funding Available (Fall 2016 NOFA)
The Affordable Housing Commission of the City of St. Louis hereby notifies interested applicants of the availability of $4.1 million in grant and loan funding from the Affordable Housing Trust Fund. Housing Trust Fund monies are intended for use in the development of housing and the provision of housing-related services that address the goals of developing and preserving affordable and accessible housing, prevention homelessness and/or providing services for the homeless.
Applications will be available starting noon, September 19th here and in the offices of the Commission, 1520 Market, Suite #2080.
The deadline for submission is 4:00 p.m., Friday, November 4, 2016.
View and download the complete Fall 2016 NOFA.
The Report to the Community describes a report setting forth the state of affordable housing in the city, the activities and functions of the Affordable Housing Commission, summarizes the developments, programs, and services funded by the Affordable Housing Commission, and the expenditures made by the Affordable Housing Commission from the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
The Affordable Housing Commission generally holds one funding round per year. The round opens in September and closes mid November. A Notice of Funding Available (NOFA) will be posted on this site, as well as in the St. Louis Post Dispatch and St. Louis American Newspapers.
Review previous awards made by the Affordable Housing Commission.
The Universal Design Philosophy goes beyond traditional accessibility requirements that allow housing units to be used by people with mobility limitations. Universal Design incorporates a wide range of construction design features that allow the housing to be used optimally by the greatest number of people (young and old, short and tall, with and without physical limitations).
Moving Transit Forward
Moving Transit Forward is a comprehensive, thirty-year plan for transit improvements, which will help keep the St. Louis region a great place to live, work, and play. Thanks to the input from thousands of regional leaders, businesses, and citizens, Metro created Moving Transit Forward with three goals in mind: Providing and enhancing transit service in the near and long-term, retaining existing riders while attracting new ones, and increasing the overall efficiency of the St. Louis regional transit system.
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TTY Phone: (314) 657-3880
Fax: (314) 613-7015
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
1520 Market Street , Suite 2080
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103
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