2025-2029 Consolidated Plan

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Each year, the County’s Housing and Community Development Services (HCDS) receives approximately $14 million in federal entitlement funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This funding is intended to provide increased affordable housing opportunities, support access to public services, and expand community infrastructure to create thriving communities. Every five years, HCDS creates what is referred to as the “Consolidated Plan”.

What is the Consolidated Plan?

The Consolidated Plan is a document that serves as the County’s official application for HUD entitlement funding. The Consolidated Plan is an evaluation of all housing and community development needs in the region, especially in the unincorporated County. The Consolidated Plan is a strategic 5-year plan for the four federal entitlement programs that are administered by HCDS. The Consolidated Plan helps to assess local affordable housing and community development needs and market conditions, to make data-driven, place-based investment decisions.

Based on community input and data collected, the 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan establishes 5-year goals and objectives for the approximately $70 million in HUD funding the County will receive from July 1, 2025, through June 30, 2030. The County receives HUD funding through the following programs:

Each year funding is allocated to eligible projects that work to improve the lives of San Diego residents and under-resourced communities throughout the region through a grant process, carried out through Annual Action Plans. HCDS creates the Annual Plan which includes the Strategy, Consolidated Plan goals, and a summary of actions, activities, and the specific federal funding used to address the identified needs. Planned activities are tied to the 5-year goals and objectives of the Consolidated Plan

How would you prioritize this money in your community?

Receiving community input is vital in determining County of San Diego community development and housing needs, as well as developing the 5-year goals for the 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan.

Funding can be used for community infrastructure, affordable housing, homelessness services and shelters, and public services. Previous projects include the construction of new sidewalks and accessible ramps, the development of neighborhood parks, and supportive services such as food assistance.

Let us know what priorities you think are most important for the 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan and learn more about the planning process.


How to get involved?

  • Complete a Community Input Questionnaire (or)
  • Attend an in-person or virtual Community Input Session - RSVP below
  • Ask a question
  • Share this page

We look forward to hearing from you!

Each year, the County’s Housing and Community Development Services (HCDS) receives approximately $14 million in federal entitlement funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This funding is intended to provide increased affordable housing opportunities, support access to public services, and expand community infrastructure to create thriving communities. Every five years, HCDS creates what is referred to as the “Consolidated Plan”.

What is the Consolidated Plan?

The Consolidated Plan is a document that serves as the County’s official application for HUD entitlement funding. The Consolidated Plan is an evaluation of all housing and community development needs in the region, especially in the unincorporated County. The Consolidated Plan is a strategic 5-year plan for the four federal entitlement programs that are administered by HCDS. The Consolidated Plan helps to assess local affordable housing and community development needs and market conditions, to make data-driven, place-based investment decisions.

Based on community input and data collected, the 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan establishes 5-year goals and objectives for the approximately $70 million in HUD funding the County will receive from July 1, 2025, through June 30, 2030. The County receives HUD funding through the following programs:

Each year funding is allocated to eligible projects that work to improve the lives of San Diego residents and under-resourced communities throughout the region through a grant process, carried out through Annual Action Plans. HCDS creates the Annual Plan which includes the Strategy, Consolidated Plan goals, and a summary of actions, activities, and the specific federal funding used to address the identified needs. Planned activities are tied to the 5-year goals and objectives of the Consolidated Plan

How would you prioritize this money in your community?

Receiving community input is vital in determining County of San Diego community development and housing needs, as well as developing the 5-year goals for the 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan.

Funding can be used for community infrastructure, affordable housing, homelessness services and shelters, and public services. Previous projects include the construction of new sidewalks and accessible ramps, the development of neighborhood parks, and supportive services such as food assistance.

Let us know what priorities you think are most important for the 2025-2029 Consolidated Plan and learn more about the planning process.


How to get involved?

  • Complete a Community Input Questionnaire (or)
  • Attend an in-person or virtual Community Input Session - RSVP below
  • Ask a question
  • Share this page

We look forward to hearing from you!

Page last updated: 08 Jul 2024, 04:06 PM