ACDA Funding & Reporting

Each year, ACDA secures millions of dollars in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  ACDA manages and distributes these funds to sub-recipients through a variety of HUD programming—Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grants, the HOME Investment Partnerships Program, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS.  ACDA is guided by HUD’s National Program Objectives, which ensures that activities and programs are in compliance with funding source requirements.

ACDA also uses the funds for inhouse programs and grant opportunities that prioritizes low- to moderate-income residents, providing financial assistance for homeownership, home repairs, property improvements, as well as, neighborhood revitalization or citywide (re)development projects.

Future Planning 
2020-2024 Consolidated Plan

Past Planning
2010-2015 Consolidated Plan 


2010-2015 CAPER Reports & Budget
At the end of each program year, ACDA submits a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) detailing the accomplishments of the year. All activities must support the initiatives set forth in the Consolidated Plan.

Year 46 Budget
Year 45 Draft CAPER
Year 45 Budget
Year 44 CAPER
Year 44 Budget
Year 44 Action Plan
Year 43 Budget
Year 43 Action Plan
Year 42 Budget & 3-Year Lead Budget
Year 42 CAPER
Year 41 Budget
Year 40 Budget
Year 40 CAPER
2014 Audit Report
2014-2015 HOPWA CAPER

Other Reporting Documents

ACDA Board & Policies
ACDA Financials