The budget information below is for fiscal year 2019-2020.
|Census Coordinator||Hire a census coordinator to prepare for 2020 Census and help gain an accurate count. Census data determines federal affordable housing and community development funding to the City.||$80,000
|Shared Housing Opportunities||The Shared Housing Program looks to match up homeless roommates and provide case management and housing services to those who are at or below 40% AMI. Individuals served are currently homeless, including those who are couch surfing or doubling up.||$100,000|
|Community Development Grant Coordination||1 full-time position||$99,408
|Land Discounts & Financing||Housing Trust Fund||$2,590,000|
|New House 20||Expand pilot program to place the 20 highest users of emergency services into stable housing||$250,000|
|Incentivized Rent Assistance Program||Fund an assistance program to stabilize low-income renters using best practices and an outcome-based approach, to help prevent homelessness||$400,000|
|Service Model Program for Most Vulnerable Populations||Support and enhance pilot housing programs for individuals with mental illness and children experiencing homelessness||$200,000
|Community Land Trust||Expand the number of homes placed in Community Land Trust, a pilot program which permanently secures land to make single-family homes more affordable||$500,000|
|Down Payment Assistance||Increase funding and marketing for home ownership programs||$300,000
|Additional Planner||Hire one new planning position||$107,332
|Landlord Insurance Pilot||This program is still being developed. The program will strive to provide assurances and incentives to landlords to encourage renting units to all income levels.||$350,000|
|Build a More Equitable City||This program is still being developed. The program will strive to reduce housing discrimination, provide low income households facing eviction with connections to legal resources to maintain housing.||$300,000|
|Community Development Grant Administrator||Fund administrative costs for Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) staff to create and manage Funding Our Future Housing programs.||$99,408
Funding Our Future revenue will help Salt Lake City residents with long term and short-term housing assistance. The City’s housing plan, Growing SLC lays out several solutions and policies to help establish Salt Lake City as a place for a growing diverse population to find housing opportunities that are safe, secure, and enrich lives and communities.
Salt Lake City’s Housing & Neighborhood Development Division (HAND) has begun implementing the following housing programs.
Updated November 2019