Are you being evicted illegally?
Are you renting an apartment that is unsafe or unsanitary?
Are you experiencing discrimination by a landlord or property management?
Or are you disabled and your landlord will not provide you with reasonable accommodations for your disability?
If you have a problem with your landlord, you don’t have to go through the headaches alone. Fair Housing and Tenant/Landlord services are provided to Antioch residents FREE OF CHARGE through Bay Area Legal Aid and Echo Housing, by calling Echo Housing at
(855) 275-3246 | www.echofairhousing.org
These services are funded with City of Antioch Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds
FAIR HOUSING services include: »» Investigating housing discrimination complaints; »» Counseling individuals/households regarding their rights, responsibilities and options; and »» Providing mediation, advocacy, and legal referrals.
TENANT-LANDLORD COUNSELING services include counseling on such issues as: »» Security deposit; »» Repairs; »» Understanding lease terms »» Eviction for non-payment of rent or alleged tenant misconduct; and »» Obtaining rent payment assistance including Section 8 vouchers.
Legal Advice and Representation is also provided free to qualifying lower income households by Bay Area Legal Aid, on such issues as: »» Eviction process and defenses; »» Illegal lockouts; »» Sheriff’s notices to vacate; and »» Section 8 terminations.
Teri House, CDBG/Housing Consultant
City of Antioch
Community Development Department
200 H Street, 2nd Floor
Antioch, CA 94509
Telephone – 925-779-7037
FAX – 925-779-7034
The City of Antioch provides grants to non-profit and governmental agencies to provide social service programs, infrastructure improvements and economic development programs through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. In fiscal year 2013-14, the City’s CDBG allocation from HUD is $737,881.
Detail of all allocations and projects funded with CDBG funds can be found in the 2013-14 Action Plan under “Reports” at the bottom of this page.
In order to receive annual allocations, jurisdictions must prepare and submit to HUD a variety of reports, all of which are advertised and available for public review. Following is a summary to help you locate the information you may be seeking:
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI) – This document includes an analysis of local factors that may impact fair housing choice, identification of specific impediments to fair housing choice, and a plan to address those impediments. The AI is one of several ways in which Consortium member are fulfilling their obligation to affirmatively further fair housing, and assure equal access to services and programs it provides or assists.
5-Year Consolidated Plan for 2010-15 – The Consolidated Plan is a detailed planning document that provides a needs assessment, describes the City’s non-housing community development needs, its housing needs and market conditions, sets out a five-year strategy identifying priorities and available resources and establishes a One-Year Action Plan that outlines intended uses of the resources. Extensive public outreach is conducted and input received in order to determine funding priorities for the five-year period. To view Antioch’s priorities for funding projects, please see Appendix 6 – Priority Needs Tables.
Annual Action Plans – Action Plans are subsidiary documents to the five-year Consolidated Plan and provide a summary of the federal CDBG and local funding available to fund actions, activities, and programs to address the priority needs and specific objectives identified in the Consolidated Plan. Action Plans for this current Consolidated Plan period are for fiscal years (FY) 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, and 2014-15. The Action Plan tells the public what activities have been chosen that year to address the needs (as identified in the ConPlan) of Antioch’s lower income residents and areas.
Annual Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Reports (CAPER) – The CAPER details the accomplishments of actions that were proposed in the Action Plan, including the number of people who received services.
The primary purpose of the CDBG program is to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities principally for persons of lower income. CDBG funds cannot be given to individuals directly. The City utilizes the CDBG program to improve the quality of life and physical conditions in its lower income areas, and to benefit lower income residents throughout Antioch by funding nonprofit and public agencies to provide services and improvements.
Federal funds are allocated annually to entitlement communities through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to carry out a wide range of community development activities that benefit lower income persons and households. In Contra Costa County, all HUD-funded activities are coordinated through the Contra Costa County CDBG/HOME Consortium (Consortium), which includes the cities of Antioch, Concord, Pittsburg, Walnut Creek, and the Urban County. Consortium members jointly prepared the five year FY 2010-15 Consolidated Plan, Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, and also coordinate and collaborate in the CDBG application process and monitoring practices.
Beginning in 2013, the Consortium is moving to a two-year/three-year funding cycle within each five year Consolidated Plan. Applications are solicited for a two-year funding period during the first two years of each Consolidated Plan, then new applications are solicited for the remaining three year period of the five-year plan. For the 2010-15 Consolidated Plan, existing service providers who have contracts with the City of Antioch will have those contracts renewed for FY 2014-15, the third and final year of this ConPlan.
The Consortium operates on a two-year funding cycle.
The City of Antioch will be soliciting new grant applications in early October 2014, for two-year funding for fiscal years 2015-16 and 16-17. The fiscal year begins on July 1 of each year. On Thursday, October 9, 2014, the City will join with the other Consortium member to issue a call for proposals for programs, projects and activities that will help meet priority needs as listed in the applicable Consolidated Plan. Applications will be due in early December 2014 and NO applications will be accepted before that time. In Antioch, all applications are reviewed by a subcommittee of the Antioch City Council in February and March, and projects are approved for funding at a public hearing usually held in late April or early May.
For more information about applying for CDBG funds visitwww.ccreach.org or call the City of Antioch’s CDBG consultant at (925) 779-7037.
In Antioch, all applications are reviewed by a subcommittee of the Antioch City Council, and projects are approved for funding at a public hearing usually held in early May.
CDBG Program – 925-779-7037
CDBG Consultant – Teri House
Email: CDBG@ci.antioch.ca.us; Fax (925) 779-7034
City Offices: Third and “H” Streets, P.O. Box 5007 Antioch, CA 94531-5007
Contra Costa Consortium Needs Assessment
Contra Costa Consortium Strategic Plan
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix A – Citizen Participation & Public Comment
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix B – Additional Tables
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix C – Areas of Minority Concentration
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix D – County Sub-regions Map
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix E – Tax Credit & HUD-Assisted Housing
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix F – Section 8 Voucher Concentration
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix G – Low & Very-Low Income Concentration
Contra Costa Consortium Appendix H – Unemployment Rates
Contra Costa Consortium Certification
Antioch Needs Assessment
Antioch Strategic Plan
Citizen Participation Plan, Language Assistance Plan, and Residential Anti-Displacement & Relocation Assistance Plan
Action Plan FY15-16 CAPER FY15-16
Action Plan FY16-17 CAPER FY16-17
Action Plan FY 17-18
Action Plan FY 18-19
|Public Hearing Notice 4-8-2016|
|Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice 2010-15|
|Citizen Participation Plan Revised 2011 (note: Covers the FY 2010-15 Consolidated Plan cycle, and also includes Language Assistance Plan and Residential Anti-Displacement and Relocation Assistance Plan)|
|Neighborhood Stabilization Program current Quarterly Reports|
|Consolidated Plan FY10-15|
|Action Plan FY14-15||CAPER FY14-15|
|Action Plan FY13-14||CAPER FY13-14|
|Action Plan FY12-13||CAPER FY12-13|
|Action Plan FY11-12||CAPER FY11-12|
|Action Plan FY10-11||CAPER FY10-11|
|Consolidated Plan FY05-09|
|Action Plan FY09-10||CAPER FY09-10|
|Action Plan FY08-09||CAPER FY08-09|
|Action Plan FY07-08||CAPER FY07-08|
|Action Plan FY06-07||CAPER FY06-07|
|Action Plan FY05-06||CAPER FY05-06|