Neighborhoods and Housing Division

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Help the city identify housing and community needs: 

City of Mountain View Consolidated Plan Update: Request for Input

Public participation is central to the development of the City of Mountain View’s Consolidated Plan. We are working collaboratively with the County of Santa Clara to help identify affordable housing, homeless and community improvement needs over the next five years 

The City of Mountain View is in the process of updating its Consolidated Plan that identifies spending priorities for federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME program funds that the City receives. This most recent update will cover the years 2020-2025 and will prioritize the needs of the community’s low and moderate income population. As part of the Consolidated Plan update, the City will also be preparing a plan to Affirmatively Further Fair Housing (AFFH), which will identify current obstacles to ensuring fair housing opportunities in Mountain View, establish how the City plans to reduce these obstacles, and track progress towards improving fair housing access.  

We want to hear from you!

Two Ways to provide Input:

1. Attend a Community Meeting:

City of Mountain View Library

1st Floor Program Room

Monday, December 9, 2019 - 2:00pm-4:00pm

 

2. Respond to the Community Survey:

Visit the link to take a short online survey.

 CONSOLIDATED PLAN REGIONAL NEEDS SURVEY

Survey available in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese. 


If you have any questions regarding the meeting, please contact Tim Wong, Housing and Neighborhood Services Manager, at (650)903-6923 or tim.wong@mountainview.gov.

 

The Neighborhoods and Housing Division administers a variety of neighborhood and housing-related programs in Mountain View:

Affordable Housing Programs

These include subsidized housing that is 100% affordable and managed/developed through nonprofit organizations, as well as our BMR program which administers requirements to provide units at rents and sales prices below market-rate:

Tenant and Landlord Resources:

Neighborhood Programs:

 CDBG and HOME Programs:

This Division also administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Federal funds allocated to the City by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). These funds benefit primarily low- and moderate-income residents through funding affordable housing projects and community services and improvements.

Homelessness

The City is collaborating with Santa Clara County, the Community Services Agency (CSA), and other local nonprofits to improve short and long-term community outcomes with regard to homelessness.

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