Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority - Report to the Community


The Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority (FCRHA) has issued its Report to the Community covering fiscal years 2000-2010.  In a decade of varying challenges to affordable housing, the FCRHA remained a leader in the affordable housing field finding innovative solutions to rising housing costs at the beginning of the decade and the foreclosure crisis that hit in 2007.

The FCRHA’s Report to Community details the efforts of the FCRHA and its partners to meet the basic housing needs of county low and moderate income residents during these challenging times.  The Report also offers a look into the future of affordable and workforce housing as the county works to meet its goal to prevent and end homelessness by 2018 and as the redevelopment of the Tysons area gets underway.

 

  1. Complete Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority - Report to the Community
    A Tradition of Innovation and Success

  2. About the FCRHA
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  3. Joint Letter from FCRHA Chairman Ronald F. Christian and HCD Director Paula C. Sampson
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  4. First in Class - Awards and Recognition: 2000-2008
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    First in Class - Awards and Recognition: 2009-2010
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  5. A Decade of Innovation and Success: 2000-2001
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    A Decade of Innovation and Success: 2002-2003
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    A Decade of Innovation and Success: 2004-2005
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    A Decade of Innovation and Success: 2005-2006
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    A Decade of Innovation and Success: 2006-2007
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    A Decade of Innovation and Success: 2008-2010
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  6. Timeline
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  7. Preventing and Ending Homelessness
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  8. Increasing Affordable Housing
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  9. A Silver Lining - A Creative Response to a Critical Problem
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  10. Federal Funds at Work: Increasing Affordability in Fairfax County
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  11. FCRHA Financing Continues Despite Tough Markets
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  12. On the Horizon
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  13. FY 2011 Financial Information
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  14. List of Board of Supervisors, FCRHA Commissioners, HCD Senior Staff
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  15. Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development Contact Information
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