The following page serves as an archive of documents relevant to the function of certain CDA programs.
Housing Demand Assessments
We engage Minneapolis-based Maxfield Research to provide current estimates on housing demand in Washington County.
CDBG/HOME Plans and Reports
Click here to review current plans and performance reports related to the use of CDBG/HOME funds in Washington County.
Foreclosures in Washington County continue to trend down, from a peak of nearly 1,300 in 2010 to just 259 last year. Click here to review our annual foreclosure report in detail.
Housing Justice Center – Local Strategies for Housing Choice and Stability
The Housing Justice Center has recently completed a report to the Fair Housing Implementation Council, entitled “Local Strategies for Housing Choice and Stability,” concerning the prevention of housing displacement while maintaining quality and affordable housing. The report covers:
- Preserving affordability of NOAH (naturally occurring affordable housing).
- Redevelopment and displacement.
- Manufactured home parks just cause evictions.
Housing Choice Voucher / Public Housing
Public Housing Agency Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy, Annual Plan, Five-Year Plan, and Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan
The federal government requires us to create annual plans and a five-year plan regarding the goals and operation of the Housing Choice Voucher program and our public housing program. A public hearing is required yearly and is conducted by our Board of Commissioners, usually in August or September of each year.
If you are a landlord who currently participates in our rental assistance programs, or a landlord interested in expanding your base of prospective tenants, we have resources available for you. Click here to access our landlord handbook and other information you need. It’ll answer many of your questions and help you understand your rights and responsibilities as a participant in our programs.
Heading Home Washington County Collaborative
The Heading Home Washington County Collaborative brings together community partners to address the needs for affordable housing and to end homelessness in the county. The Collaborative meets on the second Wednesday of the month from 9-10:30 virtually using Teams and once a quarter in person. For more information or to be added to the meeting notice, please contact Ann Lindquist by email or at 651-202-2807.
Accounting and Finance
Annual Comprehensive Financial Report
Our finance staff consistently receive the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for our comprehensive financial reports.