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2002 Consolidated Annual
Performance Report (CAPER)

The City of Akron’s Department of Planning and Urban Development prepared the FY 2001 CAPER report as required by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The CAPER: 1) identifies progress in carrying out the 2002 Annual Consolidated Strategy and Plan; 2) provides an assessment of annual performance against 5-year goals and objectives; and 3) considers appropriate adjustments to meet them.

As an entitlement grantee of HUD, Akron is obligated to affirmatively further fair housing. An Analysis of Impediments (34k pdf) examined the public and private housing sectors in relation to possible housing impediments. In the Summer of 2000, a Fair Housing Task Force was assembled to update impediments to fair housing to formulate a plan.

Summary information from the CAPER follows. The entire report is available at the City of Akron’s Department of Planning and Urban Development, 166 S. High Street, Room 405.

The City of Akron worked to address the following priorities through activities outlined in the 2002 Annual Consolidated Plan:

  1. Neighborhood Rehabilitation, Owner Occupied Housing (10k pdf)
  2. Rental Housing Rehabilitation (8k pdf)
  3. New Housing Construction (8k pdf)
  4. Homebuyer Assistance (7k pdf)
  5. Support Facilities and Public Services (23k pdf)
  6. Homeless Persons, Individuals and Families Assistance (12k pdf)
  7. Non-Housing Community Development Programs (11k pdf)

The following tables and maps summarize the accomplishments for the preceding activities. Each met one of the following priorities:

  1. Encourage and support both owner and renter-occupied housing rehabilitation and repair within target areas.
  2. Encourage new home construction for households with a range of incomes.
  3. Pursue acquisition of vacant and blighted property for new construction within target areas of the City.
  4. Provide homebuyer assistance to households.
  5. Provide support services and facilities for low-income residents.
  6. Provide assistance to homeless persons both individuals and families.

Tables are also included which outline Housing Rehabilitation Completions for Fiscal Year 2002 (10k pdf)  and a summary of Housing Rehabilitation expenditures and distribution (11k pdf).

Neighborhood Development Areas Neighborhood Development Areas
Petition Areas Petition Areas
LIHTC Qualified Tracts LIHTC Qualified Tracts

 

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