Philosophy: The Housing Blueprint reflects the philosophy of the Board that affordable housing is a continuum ranging from the needs of the homeless to first-time homebuyers. In between these two poles, the continuum includes the diverse housing needs of hard-working, but low paid families; senior citizens; persons with disabilities; and the workforce across Fairfax County. Housing in Fairfax County is a three-legged stool that depends on a smooth partnership between the non...
The FCRHA Strategic Plan provides the FCRHA and the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) goals and the HCD Vision. Strategic Plan Action Plans outline how the FCRHA and HCD will meet the goals and Vision, in response to current trends and needs, and within available resources.
The Executive Summary of the Fairfax County Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan is intended to help facilitate citizen review and comment. This One-Year Action Plan indicates Fairfax County's intended use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funds. It represents the third year's operationalization of the County's Five-Year Consolidated Plan (FY 2016 - 2020) for these sources of federal funds and is based on the goals and strategies in the Five-Year Plan. A One-Year Action Plan is required for each of the five years of the Consolidated Plan.
Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) evaluates the County’s use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) program funds for a fiscal year. The CAPER constitutes a summary of accomplishments and an accounting of the allocation and expenditure of funds under the Consolidated Plan, a 5-year comprehensive planning document that identifies Fairfax County’s overall needs for affordable and supportive housing, for homeless shelters and services, for community and economic development, and for building public and private partnerships.
Fairfax County encourages owners and developers of multi-family rental projects or mobile home parks that are proposed for demolition, substantial rehabilitation or conversion to another use to develop a Relocation Assistance Plan: Fairfax County Relocation Guidelines.