Plans & Reports
Center for Community Progress - Final Report
In the Spring of 2016, the Center for Community Progress (CCP) announced that the City of High Point was one of three applicants competitively selected to be a recipient of the Technical Assistance Scholarship Program (TASP), a competitive merit-based scholarship designed to support communities that are ready and willing to explore more innovative approaches to vacancy and abandonment.
To access the CCP report, click here.
Core City Market Segmentation Study - Final Report
The Center for Housing and Community Studies (UNC-Greensboro) conducted a “housing market segmentation” study for the City to provide data for prioritizing redevelopment and revitalization of the Core City. The focus of this project is on three important and interrelated facets of housing in the Core City: the physical state of housing; the socio‐demographic condition of neighborhoods; and the overall opportunity presented by careful market analysis.
To access the market segmentation report, click here.
Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan and CAPER
The Consolidated Plan is a comprehensive planning document that is designed to assist the City of High Point in assessing our affordable housing and community development needs and market conditions, and to make data-driven, place-based investments. The consolidated planning process serves as the framework for community-wide dialogue to identify housing and community development priorities and focus funding to address these priorities. Annual Action Plans, which are the strategic plans to carry out the Consolidated Plan, provide a concise summary of the actions, activities, and the specific federal and non-federal resources that will be used each year to address the priority needs and specific goals identified by the Consolidated Plan.
The City's 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan sets broad strategic goals and defines the priorities and needs as they relate to housing and community development in High Point. The Annual Action Plan describes how the City intends to invest its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and HOME Investment Partnership Act (HOME) funds, as well as non-federal resources, in the community each fiscal year. Both the Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan are required to be submitted to HUD as a condition of receiving funding under certain federal programs.
Grantees report on accomplishments and progress toward Consolidated Plan goals in the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER).