NSP1 Substantial Amendment

The NSP 1 Substantial Amendment to the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP1) Action Plan was approved by HUD, after a 15 day public comment period, on February 22, 2010. The approved plan, with comments, is linked below.

Please note, several substantial amendments have been made, and all text/chart changes can be identified by color as follows:

Original NSP Action Plan: Black
June 2009 Substantial Amendment: Red
October 2009 Substantial Amendment: Violet
February 2010 Substantial Amendment: Green

The Division of Housing's (DOH) remaining NSP1,funds are prioritized solely for use in the redevelopment (new construction) or rehabilitation of multi-family rental housing. DOH is no longer accepting applications for single family housing, land banking, or demolition projects.,

Action Plan & Public Comment
REVISED Substantial Amendment For NSP 1,
As amended and approved by HUD February 22, 2010
 
Action Plan Appendices

Appendix 1:,Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Colorado Springs and the State of Colorado

Appendix 2:,Methodology for Determining Funding Allocation

Appendix 3:,Criteria and Data

Appendix 4:,Definitions of Factors for Scoring

Appendix 5:,Census Blocks with Risk Scores 7-10

Pueblo High Foreclosure Census Block Groups,(from PolicyMap.com)(csv)

Pueblo High Foreclosure Census Tracts,(xls)

Pueblo High Foreclosure Map,(from PolicyMap.com) pdf

Douglas County Target Areas,(pdf)

 

Appendix 6:,Intent to Apply spreadsheet

Appendix 7:,Historical Foreclosure Statistics

Appendix 8:,NSP Income Limits and Fair Market Rents

Appendix 9:,Memorandum of Understanding between Arapahoe County and the State of Colorado

Appendix 10:,Letter from Greeley/Weld Grantee

Appendix 11:,NSP Eligible Uses By Property Type

Affidavits of Publication

 
LINKS TO RELATED SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENTS

 

 

Performance Reports (QPR)