Recent reports highlighting Community Development Division (CDD) work.
Consolidated Community and Neighborhood Development Plan
(Consolidated Plan, ConPlan, Strategic Plan, Five-Year Plan)
The Consolidated Plan describes the community development strategies, over a five-year period, that will guide Madison's use of the federal funds the City receives annually from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Annual Action Plan (AAP) and Substantial Amendments (SAs)
The AAP (along with any associated SAs) lists the planned investments in community and neighborhood development projects and related efforts toward achieving the objectives described in Madison's associated Consolidated Plan, for the designated year.
(The AAP for the first year covered by a Consolidated Plan is included in the ConPlan document itself.)
2021 Annual Action Plan+ 2021 Substantial Amendment 1 (included in ConPlan)
2020 (see 2020-24 ConPlan)
The Housing Snapshot Report details high-level trends and needs of the City’s housing market, while also highlighting outcomes of key City initiatives. Because the housing market continues to change, and needs of residents change with it, this report allows residents and City officials an up-to-date overview of key data points on an annual basis. An updated report is published by the end of the 3rd quarter annually.
2019 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice Full Report and AI Summary Report
Every five years, the City of Madison is required to complete an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, which assesses disparities in and barriers to housing access and production for residents based on protected class status. This report helps guide equitable decisions in how the City spends funds to support housing and planning initiatives, helping inform ways to make Madison a more sustainable and equitable City for everyone.
Identifies City of Madison census tracts where the current percentage of residents with low- and moderate-income incomes is 51% or higher.
(new plan forthcoming in 2022)
Developed in consultation with the Homeless Services Consortium (the local Continuum of Care), this plan identifies the goals, objectives and strategies that, if fully implemented, would lead toward the elimination of homelessness in our community.
The reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) requires that housing providers that manage federally-assisted housing units comply with VAWA. This document provides guidance on how to ensure this compliance, including an overview of the required documents that must be offered to applicants and maintained by the housing provider, along with specific notices, protocols and plans that must be adhered to and followed.
The 2021 Dane County Youth Assessment (DCYA) is a collaborative effort led by the Dane County Youth Commission in partnership with the United Way of Dane County, Public Health Madison & Dane County, the City of Madison, nineteen public school districts, and one private high school. Youth completed the survey through their schools between January and April 2021. The High School Report and Middle School Report provide data tables of every survey question along with county-wide youth responses by grade level. The 2021 DCYA Overview Report summarizes and highlights key findings.
Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
The annual CAPER lists the community development projects undertaken by the City of Madison for the year, and their contributions toward meeting the community and neighborhood development objectives described in Madison's associated Consolidated Plan.