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Analysis of Impediments / Assessment of Fair Housing
Please Note.These documents are based on point-in-time data available to researchers up to publication. It is understood that:
- Policies and procedures in place during this period are subject to change
- Data was assumed to be current and accurate at the time of collection
- Actual practices or policies should be independently verified prior to any formal action
- County level data should not in any way be interpreted as reflecting policies or practices of housing providers, municipalities or other independent jurisdictions or organizations located within a county.
Statewide Analysis of Impediments to Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
The 2011 Idaho Analysis of Impediments (AI) is a report commissioned by Idaho Housing and Finance Association and the Idaho Department of Commerce. The (AI) analyzes policies and procedures involving land-use, lending, investment patterns, and complaint data for the state of Idaho. The 2011 AI covers the period between 2011 and 2016. For more information, click here.
Statewide Analysis of Impediments to Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing/Assessment of Fair Housing
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is phasing out the Analysis of Impediments (AI) and replacing it with the Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) model in the coming years. IHFA and Commerce commissioned a hybrid AI/AFH in early 2016. The final version of the document reflects a year-long data-gathering process involving key stakeholder interviews, statewide focus group discussions and a public comment period and public hearing.
Five-Year Consolidated Plan for HOME, ESG, and CDBG, and HTF
Program funds can be used for eligible activities anywhere in Idaho with the exception of a HUD-designated “entitlement” community. CDBG entitlement communities are Boise, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Falls, Meridian, Pocatello, Lewiston, and Nampa. Boise is also a HOME entitlement community. Each entitlement community receives an allocation of program funds directly from HUD.
Every five years, HUD requires its Grantees to submit a that summarizes the jurisdiction’s housing and community development needs, priorities, goals, and strategies for the next five Program Years. This document is the Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The Program Year for Idaho’s program year begins April 1st of each year and ends March 31st of the subsequent year.
HUD also requires Grantees to submit an annual plan that identifies the next Program Year’s allocation as well as annual goals, strategies, and anticipated outcomes. The Annual Action Plan is submitted to HUD 45 days before the beginning of each Program Year.
90 days after each Program Year ends, the Grantees are required to submit a report to HUD regarding the previous year’s outcomes as adopted in the Annual Action Plan.The report is the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report, commonly referred to as the CAPER. IHFA is the lead agency for these reporting requirements.