Housing and Community Development Contact Information

P-CHIP Call for Projects Applications Now Open

City of Tucson, Housing and Community Development Call for Projects outlines funding available to advance the goals of the P-CHIP.

It is also the process by which the City of Tucson accepts, reviews, and recommends applications for funding for Fiscal Year 2021-2022.

The Tucson Mayor and City Council determine final funding allocations. 

The Call for Projects covers the following funding sources:

City of Tucson People, Community, and Homes Investment Plan (P-CHIP) Draft Now Available for Public Comment

The City of Tucson Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is seeking feedback on the draft People, Communities, and Homes Investment Plan (P-CHIP), which will serve as a foundation for HCD’s programs and funding allocations for the next five years.

People, Communities, and Homes Investment Plan (P-CHIP): New Website and Virtual Town Halls

WEBSITE LAUNCH AND UPCOMING VIRTUAL TOWN HALLS FOR P-CHIP - The People, Communities, and Homes Investment Plan (P-CHIP) creates a framework for investing in Tucson's most vulnerable populations. This plan will direct funding for homeless services, housing stability, neighborhood enhancements, and more. The plan is built on past community plans, current data, and broad public outreach.

COVID-19 Emergency Rent and Utility Assistance Available

The City of Tucson Mayor and Council have allocated more than $4.5 million of Federal CARES Act dollars to fund an emergency rent and utility assistance program for City of Tucson residents struggling to pay rent or utilities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City’s Housing and Community Development (HCD) department has partnered with several agencies to administer this program including Primavera, Interfaith Community Services, Catholic Community Services, and International Rescue Committee.
 

Pages