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Salt Lake County Announces the Public Comment Period for the 2022-2023 Federal Funding Recommendations and the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2020-2021 Program Year

WHAT: Salt Lake Urban County Mayors seek public comment on the 2020 CAPER, and 2022 One-Year Action Plan and the funding recommendations provided by the Citizen Advisory Boards for federal funds under the following programs: Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Solutions Grant, Social Services Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Program. 

2022-2023 Federal Grants Funding Recommendations

2022 Draft Action Plan

Public Hearing 2022 Documents

Register to speak at: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/b8590ec4fb9748c8bfc9dab054a5e124

WHEN:

Public Hearing:  Tuesday, April 19, 2022 · 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Public Comment Period:  April 6, 2022 – May 6, 2022

WHERE:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related precautions, Salt Lake County will be facilitating a hybrid Public Hearing which will include options for both in-person and virtual attendance via WebEx.

Participants are encouraged to verify instructions on April 19th, prior to the start of the meeting. 

  • In-Person Attendance: County Council Chambers, 2001 South State Street, First Floor, North Building, Room N1-100.

Accessible parking and entrance are available on the east side of the north building.  Accessible parking is also available on the east side of the south building. 

  • Virtual Attendance: Join from the Webex meeting link

https://slco.webex.com/slco/j.php?MTID=mb8cbef2940e38fcd007da8b80557fbb9

Meeting number (access code): 2484 647 3627

Meeting password: 8pgUJCTMP22

Join by phone at 1-213-306-3065 United States Toll

A Public Hearing will be held before the Salt Lake County Mayor and the Mayors of the Town of Alta, Brighton, Bluffdale, Copperton Metro Township, Cottonwood Heights, Draper, Emigration Metro Township, Herriman, Holladay, Kearns Metro Township, Magna Metro Township, Midvale, Millcreek, Murray, Riverton, South Salt Lake and White City Metro Township to accept comments on the proposed projects and activities to be undertaken with 2022-2023 federal funds under the following programs:

  • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
  • Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
  • HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME)
  • Social Services Block Grant (SSBG)

Prior to making final decisions, the Mayors will consider and review all comments received in writing per the process noted below, as well as comments received at the public hearing, and the funding recommendations provided by the three Citizen Advisory Boards.  Funding recommendations will be posted on the website on or about April 6th, 2021.

A Draft One Action Plan for 2022-2023 will be available for public comment beginning April 6, 2022.  This is a one-year plan that guides expenditures for the following grants:  Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Solutions Grant, and the HOME Investment Partnership Grant. 

The 2020-21 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) will also be available for public comment, which outlines the use of the HUD funds for the period July 2020 through June 2021.

Copies can be obtained from the Salt Lake County Division of Housing and Community Development, 2001 South State Street, Suite S2100, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4575 or by calling Randy Jepperson at (385) 468-4886.  You may also access a copy via the following link:

2020-2021 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)

Written comments may be submitted via email to HCDPublicComments@slco.org or mailed to Housing and Community Development, PO Box 144575, Salt Lake City, UT  84114-4575.  For further information contact Randy Jepperson at (385) 468-4886.

Consistent with the goals and objectives of activities assisted under these federal programs, Salt Lake County’s Housing & Community Development will take the following steps to minimize the displacement of people, businesses, nonprofits, and/or farms. 

  1. Discourage projects involving displacement/relocation through a grant application scoring system that reduces the total score of projects that anticipate displacement/relocation;
  2. Encourage project sponsors to plan or stage projects to minimize and/or prevent the adverse impacts of displacement;
  3. Provide for the establishment of temporary relocation facilities in order to provide housing to households whose displacement will be temporary;
  4. Provide advisory services which will include such measures, facilities, and services as may be necessary to determine relocation needs, or other assistance for which displaced persons may be eligible;
  5. Coordinate code enforcement with rehabilitation and housing assistance programs; and
  6. Stage the rehabilitation of apartment units to allow tenants to remain in the building/complex during and after rehabilitation by working with empty units or buildings first.

Any residential tenant who will be permanently and involuntarily displaced shall be entitled to the following services and benefits: 

  1. Timely information.  The tenant will be contacted and provided timely information that fully explains the reason for the displacement and the relocation assistance available;
  2. Advisory services.  The tenant will be provided appropriate advisory services necessary to minimize hardships in adjusting to the relocation;
  3. Advance notice.  Unless there is an urgent need for the property (e.g., substantial danger to a person’s health or safety) or the tenant is evicted for cause, the tenant shall be given at least 90 days’ advance notice of the earliest possible date which they must vacate the property;
  4. Replacement Housing Assistance.  Replacement housing assistance is available to both renters and owners in the form of rental assistance or purchase assistance.  The replacement assistance is based on a number of factors as provided in the Uniform Relocation Act and its regulations at 49 CFR Part 24; and

Moving Expenses.  The tenant will be reimbursed for reasonable, documented costs of his/her moving and related expenses; or the tenant may elect to receive a fixed payment for moving and related expenses. 

Spanish Version of Notice



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In compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services or alternate formats) for individuals with disabilities or those in need of language interpretation services may be provided upon receipt of a request with five working days’ notice. To expedite accommodation requests and coordination, call 385-468-4900.

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