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CITY COUNCIL ADDENDUM

MAY 22, 2019 CITY COUNCIL ADDENDUM CERTIFICATION

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This certification is given pursuant to Chapter XI, Section 9 of the City Charter for the City Council Addendum dated May 22, 2019. We hereby

certify, as to those contracts, agreements, or other obligations on this Agenda authorized by the City Council for which expenditures of money by the City are required, that all of the money required for those contracts, agreements, and other obligations is in the City treasury to the credit of the fund or funds from which the money is to be drawn, as required and permitted by the City Charter, and e oney is not appropriated for any other purpose.
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Chief Financial Officer

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ZGl9 MAY 17 FM 4: 30 CITY COUNCIL MEETING CITY SFCRETA (Y WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019

DALLA . Tf: Y s CITY OF DALLAS

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COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL DALLAS, TX 75201

9:00 A.M.

REVISED ORDER OF BUSINESS

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Agenda items for which individuals have registered to speak will be considered no earlier than the time indicated below:

9:00 a.m. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

OPEN MICROPHONE

CLOSED SESSION

MINUTES Item 1

CONSENT AGENDA Items 2 - 46

ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

No earlier than 9:15 a.m.

Items 47 - 52 Addendum Items 1 - 8

PUBLIC HEARINGS AND RELATED ACTIONS

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1 :00 p.m. Items 53 - 69

Handgun Prohibition Notice for Meetings of Governmental Entities

Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411,

Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun.
Tagged Passions:property and license

De acuerdo con la secci n 30.06 del c digo penal (ingreso sin autorizaci n de un titular de una licencia con una pistol oculta), una persona con

licencia seg n el subcap tulo h, cap tulo 411, c digo del gobierno (ley sobre licencias para portar pistolas), no puede ingresar a esta propiedad con una pistola oculta.
Tagged Passions:gun control and Gun Control

Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411,

Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.
Tagged Passions:property and license

De acuerdo con la secci n 30.07 del c digo penal (ingreso sin autorizaci n de un titular de una licencia con una pistola a la vista), una persona con

licencia seg n el subcap tulo h, cap tulo 411, c digo del gobierno (ley sobre licencias para portar pistolas), no puede ingresar a esta propiedad con una pistola a la vista.

May 22, 2019City Council COUNCIL AGENDA

ADDITIONS:

ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION

Housing Neighborhood Revitalization

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and housing

1. Authorize (1) the acceptance of a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Grant No. TXLHB0707-18, CFDA No. 14.900) to

support lead-based paint identification and remediation activities and the repair of conditions that exacerbate asthma for eligible housing units in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 for the period May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022; (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund; (4) a required local cash match in an amount not to exceed 735,000.00 from eligible Community Development Block Grant funds and other eligible Housing funds allocated for home repairs, new development or substantial rehabilitation activities; (5) creation of a Manager III position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Manager) and a Grant Compliance Specialist position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Grant Compliance Specialist); and (6) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions and documents required by the grant agreement - Total not to exceed 3,035,000.00 - Financing: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant Funds ( 2,300,000.00) and Eligible Community Development Block Grant Funds and Housing Funds ( 735,000.00) (subject to appropriations)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, program, Development, compliance, manager, cdbg, community development, and housing

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2. Authorize (1) an amendment to the City of Dallas Comprehensive Housing Policy (CHP) to add a Land Transfer Program to incentivize the development

of quality, sustainable housing that is affordable to the residents of the City and the development of other uses that complement the City s CHP, economic development policy, or redevelopment policy; and (2) an Interlocal Agreement with Dallas County, including Dallas County Hospital District, Dallas County Community College District, and Dallas Independent School District to allow the City to resell tax foreclosed property that has a tax delinquency of six or more years to be developed for a purpose consistent with the City s urban redevelopment plans or the City s affordable housing policy in accordance with Section 34.051 of the Texas Property Tax Code - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)
Tagged Passions:hospital, economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, program, healthcare, Development, property, university, education, policy, property tax, and housing

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May 22, 2019City Council COUNCIL AGENDA

Mayor and City Council Office

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3. A resolution (1) declaring the Robert E. Lee and the Confederate Soldier by sculptor Alexander Phimister Proctor to be surplus property; and (2)

authorizing a method of sale pursuant to Section 2-37.4 of the Dallas City Code - Financing: No cost consideration to the City
Tagged Passions:sale, surplus, and property

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4. Authorize a resolution (1) reaffirming the protection of the Great Trinity Forest and upholding the multi-purposes of the Great Trinity Forest as

outlined in local, state, and federally approved plans, including flood risk management, ecosystem restoration, and recreational enhancements; (2) establishing a multi-disciplinary team from departments, with consideration given to the Park and Recreation Department providing a significant role in conserving, preserving, and managing the Great Trinity Forest; and (3) engaging the community and stakeholders as part of the ongoing efforts - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information for potential future costs)
Tagged Passions:risk, flooding, parks, and recreation

19-775

Office of Economic Development

Tagged Passions:economic development, development, and Development

5. Authorize a Chapter 380 economic development grant agreement with Chime Solutions, Inc. or an affiliate in an amount not to exceed 2,000,000.00

for the establishment and operation of a new business process outsourcing center within Red Bird mall located at 3662 West Camp Wisdom Road pursuant to the Public/Private Partnership Program - Not to exceed 2,000,000.00 - Financing: Public/Private Partnership Fund
Tagged Passions:grant, business, economic development, streets, development, program, Development, and commercial

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6. Authorize (1) a conditional grant agreement with 4315 ESV, LLC or an affiliate thereof for the renovation of the former Urban League Building

located at 4315 South Lancaster Road, Dallas, Texas 75216 in an amount not to exceed 750,000.00; and (2) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed 750,000.00 in the ECO (I) Fund - Not to exceed 750,000.00 - Financing: 2017 Bond Funds (Proposition I)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, streets, and bond

19-694

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May 22, 2019City Council COUNCIL AGENDA

Office of Procurement Services

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7. Authorize the purchase of (1) sixteen pieces of fleet vehicles and equipment with Austin Truck and Equipment, Ltd. dba Freightliner of Austin in

the amount of 747,904.00, Chastang Ford in the amount of 426,038.00, Kirby-Smith Machinery in the amount of 149,995.00, BTE Body Co., Inc. in the amount of 135,540.00, Berry Companies, Inc. dba Bobcat of Dallas in the amount of 76,552.00, and Magnum Trailers dba Magnum Custom Trailer Mfg. Co., Inc. in the amount of 11,981.60 through the Texas Association of School Boards cooperative agreement; and (2) three pieces of fleet vehicles with Sam Pack s Five Star Ford in the amount of 93,284.70 through the Tarrant County interlocal agreement - Total not to exceed 1,641,295.30 - Financing: General Fund ( 1,429,110.50), Water Capital Improvement Series Fund ( 149,995.00), and Master Lease-Equipment Fund ( 62,189.80)
Tagged Passions:equipment, leasing, utility, capital spending, Utility, Capital Spending, transportation, water, purchasing, and education

19-574

Park and Recreation Department

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

8. A resolution authorizing the City Manager to ratify a contract with Coastal Turf Inc. dba Champion Turf Farms for the emergency purchase of

105,000 square feet of Champion Ultradwarf Bermudagrass sprigs for the Park and Recreation Department to use at Stevens Park Golf Course located at 1005 North Montclair Avenue - Not to exceed 65,000.00 - Financing: Golf Improvement Trust Fund (subject to annual appropriations)
Tagged Passions:funding, agriculture, contract, emergency, purchasing, parks, administrator, manager, golf, and recreation

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May 22, 2019City Council COUNCIL AGENDA

EXECUTIVE SESSION NOTICE

A closed executive session may be held if the discussion of any of the above agenda items concerns one of the following:

1. seeking the advice of its attorney about pending or contemplated litigation, settlement offers, or any matter in which the duty of the attorney to

the City Council under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct of the State Bar of Texas clearly conflicts with the Texas Open Meetings Act. [Tex. Govt. Code 551.071]
Tagged Passions:council, legal, and settlement

2. deliberating the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the

position of the city in negotiations with a third person. [Tex. Govt. Code 551.072]
Tagged Passions:leasing, purchasing, and property

3. deliberating a negotiated contract for a prospective gift or donation to the city if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental

effect on the position of the city in negotiations with a third person. [Tex. Govt. Code 551.073]
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4. deliberating the appointment, employment, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of a public officer or employee; or to hear a

complaint or charge against an officer or employee unless the officer or employee who is the subject of the deliberation or hearing requests a public hearing. [Tex. Govt. Code 551.074]
Tagged Passions:appointments, employment, hearing, and discipline

5. deliberating the deployment, or specific occasions for implementation, of security personnel or devices. [Tex. Govt. Code 551.076]

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6. discussing or deliberating commercial or financial information that the city has received from a business prospect that the city seeks to have

locate, stay or expand in or near the city and with which the city is conducting economic development negotiations; or deliberating the offer of a financial or other incentive to a business prospect. [Tex Govt . Code 551.087]
Tagged Passions:business, finance, economic development, development, Development, commercial, and incentive

7. deliberating security assessments or deployments relating to information resources technology, network security information, or the deployment or

specific occasions for implementations of security personnel, critical infrastructure, or security devices. [ Tex Govt. Code 551.089]
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Addendum Date: May 22, 2019 ITEM TYPE DEPT DOLLARS DESCRIPTIONDISTRICT

Authorize (1) the acceptance of a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Grant No. TXLHB0707-18, CFDA No. 14.900) to

support lead-based paint identification and remediation activities and the repair of conditions that exacerbate asthma for eligible housing units in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 for the period May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022; (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund; (4) a required local cash match in an amount not to exceed 735,000.00 from eligible Community Development Block Grant funds and other eligible Housing funds allocated for home repairs, new development or substantial rehabilitation activities; (5) creation of a Manager III position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Manager) and a Grant Compliance Specialist position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Grant Compliance Specialist); and (6) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions and documents required by the grant agreement - Total not to exceed 3,035,000.00 - Financing: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant Funds ( 2,300,000.00) and Eligible Community Development Block Grant Funds and Housing Funds ( 735,000.00) (subject to appropriations)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, program, Development, compliance, manager, cdbg, community development, and housing

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Authorize (1) an amendment to the City of Dallas Comprehensive Housing Policy (CHP) to add a Land Transfer Program to incentivize the development of

quality, sustainable housing that is affordable to the residents of the City and the development of other uses that complement the City s CHP, economic development policy, or redevelopment policy; and (2) an Interlocal Agreement with Dallas County, including Dallas County Hospital District, Dallas County Community College District, and Dallas Independent School District to allow the City to resell tax foreclosed property that has a tax delinquency of six or more years to be developed for a purpose consistent with the City s urban redevelopment plans or the City s affordable housing policy in accordance with Section 34.051 of the Texas Property Tax Code - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)
Tagged Passions:hospital, economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, program, healthcare, Development, property, university, education, policy, property tax, and housing

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A resolution (1) declaring the Robert E. Lee and the Confederate Soldier by sculptor Alexander Phimister Proctor to be surplus property; and (2)

authorizing a method of sale pursuant to Section 2-37.4 of the Dallas City
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ITEM TYPE DEPT DOLLARS DESCRIPTIONDISTRICT Code - Financing: No cost consideration to the City

Authorize a resolution (1) reaffirming the protection of the Great Trinity Forest and upholding the multi-purposes of the Great Trinity Forest as

outlined in local, state, and federally approved plans, including flood risk management, ecosystem restoration, and recreational enhancements; (2) establishing a multi-disciplinary team from departments, with consideration given to the Park and Recreation Department providing a significant role in conserving, preserving, and managing the Great Trinity Forest; and (3) engaging the community and stakeholders as part of the ongoing efforts - Financing: This action has no cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information for potential future costs)
Tagged Passions:risk, flooding, parks, and recreation

4. I MCC NCAll

Authorize a Chapter 380 economic development grant agreement with Chime Solutions, Inc. or an affiliate in an amount not to exceed 2,000,000.00 for

the establishment and operation of a new business process outsourcing center within Red Bird mall located at 3662 West Camp Wisdom Road pursuant to the Public/Private Partnership Program - Not to exceed 2,000,000.00 - Financing: Public/Private Partnership Fund
Tagged Passions:grant, business, economic development, streets, development, program, Development, and commercial

5. I ECO 2,000,000.008

Authorize (1) a conditional grant agreement with 4315 ESV, LLC or an affiliate thereof for the renovation of the former Urban League Building located

at 4315 South Lancaster Road, Dallas, Texas 75216 in an amount not to exceed 750,000.00; and (2) an increase in appropriations in an amount not to exceed 750,000.00 in the ECO (I) Fund - Not to exceed 750,000.00 - Financing: 2017 Bond Funds (Proposition I)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, streets, and bond

6. I ECO 750,000.004

Authorize the purchase of (1) sixteen pieces of fleet vehicles and equipment with Austin Truck and Equipment, Ltd. dba Freightliner of Austin in the

amount of 747,904.00, Chastang Ford in the amount of 426,038.00, Kirby-Smith Machinery in the amount of 149,995.00, BTE Body Co., Inc. in the amount of 135,540.00, Berry Companies, Inc. dba Bobcat of Dallas in the amount of 76,552.00, and Magnum Trailers dba Magnum Custom Trailer Mfg. Co., Inc. in the amount of 11,981.60 through the Texas Association of School Boards cooperative agreement; and (2) three pieces of fleet vehicles with Sam Pack s Five Star Ford in the amount of 93,284.70 through the Tarrant County interlocal agreement - Total not to exceed 1,641,295.30 - Financing: General Fund ( 1,429,110.50), Water Capital Improvement Series Fund ( 149,995.00), and Master Lease-Equipment Fund ( 62,189.80)
Tagged Passions:equipment, leasing, utility, capital spending, Utility, Capital Spending, transportation, water, purchasing, and education

7. I POM 1,641,295.30All

A resolution authorizing the City Manager to ratify a contract with Coastal Turf Inc. dba Champion Turf Farms for the emergency purchase of 105,000

Tagged Passions:agriculture, contract, emergency, purchasing, administrator, and manager

8. I PKR 65,000.001

ITEM TYPE DEPT DOLLARS DESCRIPTIONDISTRICT square feet of Champion Ultradwarf Bermudagrass sprigs for the Park and Recreation Department to use at

Stevens Park Golf Course located at 1005 North Montclair Avenue - Not to exceed 65,000.00 - Financing: Golf Improvement Trust Fund (subject to annual appropriations)
Tagged Passions:funding, parks, golf, and recreation

TOTAL 4,456,295.30

City of Dallas

Agenda Information Sheet

1500 Marilla Street Dallas, Texas 75201

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File : 19-738 Item : 1.

STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Economic and Neighborhood Vitality

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AGENDA DATE: May 22, 2019

COUNCIL DISTRICT(S): All

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DEPARTMENT: Housing Neighborhood Revitalization

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EXECUTIVE: Michael Mendoza

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SUBJECT

Authorize (1) the acceptance of a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Grant No. TXLHB0707-18, CFDA No. 14.900) to

support lead-based paint identification and remediation activities and the repair of conditions that exacerbate asthma for eligible housing units in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 for the period May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022; (2) the establishment of appropriations in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund; (3) the receipt and deposit of grant funds in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund; (4) a required local cash match in an amount not to exceed 735,000.00 from eligible Community Development Block Grant funds and other eligible Housing funds allocated for home repairs, new development or substantial rehabilitation activities; (5) creation of a Manager III position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Manager) and a Grant Compliance Specialist position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Grant Compliance Specialist); and (6) execution of the grant agreement and all terms, conditions and documents required by the grant agreement - Total not to exceed 3,035,000.00 - Financing: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant Funds ( 2,300,000.00) and Eligible Community Development Block Grant Funds and Housing Funds ( 735,000.00) (subject to appropriations)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, program, Development, compliance, manager, cdbg, community development, and housing

BACKGROUND

This item is placed on the addendum because the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires the City to take action on this item

during May.
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The City of Dallas is committed to ensuring that all home repair and rehabilitation activities supported by the City comply with state and federal

lead hazard assessment and control regulations. HUD developed the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control (LHC) Grant Program to identify and control lead- based paint hazards in eligible rental or owner-occupied housing units. HUD also developed the Healthy Homes Supplemental (HHS) Grant Program to protect children and their families from housing-related health and safety hazards including: mold, lead, allergens, asthma, carbon monoxide, home safety, pesticides, and radon.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, regulation, agriculture, program, rental, pesticide, and housing

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File : 19-738 Item : 1.

In February 2019, HUD awarded the City of Dallas a 2,300,000.00 grant to support: (1) identification and control of lead based paint hazards in

eligible housing units; and (2) identification and repair of conditions that exacerbate asthma in eligible housing units. This forty-two month grant agreement is comprised of the LHC grant in the amount of 2,000,000.00, and the HHS grant in the amount of 300,000.00.
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The grant funds will be used to perform eligible activities at housing units constructed prior to 1978 where at least one child under six years of

age lives or spends a substantial amount of time visiting and where assistance under the City s Home Improvement and Repair Program or New Construction and Substantial Rehabilitation Program is also being provided. The grant funds will also be used to hire a Manager III (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Manager) who will be responsible for managing the implementation of the grant as well as a Grant Compliance Specialist (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Compliance Specialist).
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, construction, program, compliance, manager, and housing

The LHC award also has a cash match requirement of 735,000.00. The City intends to comply with the cash match requirement by engaging in lead-based

paint identification and remediation activities for eligible housing units using eligible Community Development Block Grant funds and other eligible Housing funds allocated for home repairs, new development or substantial rehabilitation activities, subject to appropriations.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, Development, cdbg, community development, and housing

PRIOR ACTION/REVIEW (COUNCIL, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS)

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Information about this item will be provided to the Economic Development and Housing Committee on May 20, 2019.

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FISCAL INFORMATION

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant Funds - 2,300,000.00 Eligible Community Development Block Grant Funds and Housing Funds -

735,000.00 (subject to appropriations)
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May 22, 2019

WHEREAS, the City of Dallas is committed to ensuring that all home repair and rehabilitation activities supported by the City comply with state and

federal lead hazard assessment and control regulations; and
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WHEREAS, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded the City of Dallas Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization Department

the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control grant and the Healthy Homes Supplemental grant to continue to support lead-based paint identification and remediation activities and repair of conditions that exacerbate asthma for eligible housing units; and
Tagged Passions:grant, development, Development, neighborhood, and housing

WHEREAS, in February 2019, HUD awarded the City of Dallas a 2,300,000.00 grant and it is recommended that the City Manager be authorized to accept

the grant funds in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 for the period May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022.
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Now, Therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DALLAS:

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SECTION 1. That the City Manager is hereby authorized to: accept grant funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Grant No.

TXLHB0707-18, CFDA No. 14.900) to support lead-based paint identification and remediation activities and the repair of conditions that exacerbate asthma for eligible housing units in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 for the period May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022; create a Manager III position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Manager) and a Grant Compliance Specialist position (Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Program Grant Compliance Specialist); and execute the grant agreement, approved as to form by the City Attorney.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, legal, development, program, Development, administrator, compliance, manager, and housing

SECTION 2. That the City Manager is hereby authorized to establish appropriations in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in the Lead Hazard and

Healthy Homes Grant Fund, Fund F578, Department HOU, Units 4137 and 4138, according to the attached Schedule.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, administrator, and manager

SECTION 3. That the Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized to receive and deposit grant funds in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 in Lead

Hazard and Healthy Homes Grant Fund, Fund F578, Department HOU, Units 4137 and 4138, Revenue Code 6506.
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SECTION 4. That the Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized to disburse grant funds in an amount not to exceed 2,300,000.00 from the Lead Hazard

and Healthy Homes Grant Fund, Fund F578, Department HOU, Units 4137 and 4138, various Object Codes, according to the attached Schedule.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and finance

May 22, 2019

SECTION 5. That the Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized to disburse a local cash match from the City of Dallas in an amount not to exceed

735,000.00 (subject to appropriations) using eligible Community Development Block Grant Funds and other eligible Housing funds, according to the attached Schedule.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, finance, development, Development, cdbg, community development, and housing

SECTION 6. That the City Manager is hereby authorized to reimburse to HUD any expenditures identified as ineligible from sources dictated by HUD.

That the City Manager shall notify the appropriate City Council Committee of expenditures identified as ineligible not later than 30 days after the reimbursement. Further, the City Manager shall keep the appropriate City Council Committee informed of all final HUD monitoring reports not later than 30 days after the receipt of the report.
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SECTION 7. That the City Manager be authorized to provide additional information and make adjustments to take other actions relating to these budgets

as may be necessary in order to satisfy HUD requirements.
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SECTION 8. That this grant agreement is designated as Contract No. HOU-2019- 00010301.

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SECTION 9. That this resolution shall take effect immediately from and after its passage in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the City

of Dallas, and it is accordingly so resolved.

SCHEDULE

U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development (HUD)

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Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes Grant

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Contract No. HOU-2019-00010301

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May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022

Fund F578, Department HOU, Revenue 6506, Unit 4137

Object Code Description Amount

1101 Salaries 459,967 1301 Pensions 66,235 1303 Insurance-Flex Benefits 162 1304 Health Insurance 50,364 1306 FICA 6,670 1309 Wellness Program 189

2110 Office Supplies 1,803
Tagged Passions:health, retirement, program, insurance, and health insurance

2261 Educational Recreational Supplies 20,000

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2731 Data Processing Equipment 3,700 2890 Misc. Equipment 15,000 3070 Professional Services 161,175 3099 Misc. Special Equipment 2,100 3361

Professional Development 102,435 3429 Blackberry Fees 200
Tagged Passions:equipment, development, services, and Development

Unit Total 890,000

U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development (HUD)

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and housing

Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes Grant

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Contract No. HOU-2019-00010301

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May 31, 2019 through November 29, 2022

Fund F578, Department HOU, Revenue 6506

Grants to Homeowners/property owners for abatement/repairs

Tagged Passions:grant, abatement, and property

Fund F578, Department HOU, Unit 4138, Revenue 6506

Object Code

Description Amount

3100 Misc. Special Services 1,110,000 Unit Total 1,110,000

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Healthy Homes Grant

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Fund F578, Department HOU, Unit 4138, Revenue 6506

Object Code

Description Amount

3099 Misc. Special Services 300,000 Unit Total 300,000

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FUND TOTAL: 2,300,000

Matching Funds (Cash)

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Fund TBD, Department HOU, Unit TBD

Object Code

Description Amount

3099 Misc. Special Services 735,000 Total 735,000

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City of Dallas

Agenda Information Sheet

1500 Marilla Street Dallas, Texas 75201

Tagged Passions:streets

File : 19-741 Item : 2.

STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Economic and Neighborhood Vitality

Tagged Passions:strategic and neighborhood

AGENDA DATE: May 22, 2019

COUNCIL DISTRICT(S): All

Tagged Passions:council

DEPARTMENT: Housing Neighborhood Revitalization

Tagged Passions:neighborhood and housing

EXECUTIVE: Michael Mendoza

______________________________________________________________________

SUBJECT

Authorize (1) an amendment to the City of Dallas Comprehensive Housing Policy (CHP) to add a Land Transfer Program to incentivize the development of

quality, sustainable housing that is affordable to the residents of the City and the development of other uses that complement the City s CHP, economic development policy, or redevelopment policy; and (2) an Interlocal Agreement with Dallas County, including Dallas County Hospital District, Dallas County Community College District, and Dallas Independent School District to allow the City to resell tax foreclosed property that has a tax delinquency of six or more years to be developed for a purpose consistent with the City s urban redevelopment plans or the City s affordable housing policy in accordance with Section 34.051 of the Texas Property Tax Code - Financing: No cost consideration to the City (see Fiscal Information)
Tagged Passions:hospital, economic development, taxes, Taxes, development, program, healthcare, Development, property, university, education, policy, property tax, and housing

BACKGROUND

This item was placed on the addendum due to, on April 15, 2019 the Economic Development and Housing Committee was briefed on the proposed

recommendations and amendments to the Comprehensive Housing Policy. Staff worked diligently to provide an ordinance that would reflect committee recommendations and Single-Family NOFA. To ensure all input was reflected in the ordinance, the item was submitted past the due date.
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On May 9, 2018, the Dallas City Council adopted the Comprehensive Housing Policy by Resolution No. 18-0704 and amended the policy on November 28,

2018, by Resolution No. 18-1680.
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This item proposes the adoption of a Land Transfer Program that will: (1) set procedures for the Department of Housing and Neighborhood

Revitalization (H NR) to: (a) resell tax-foreclosed land pursuant to Texas Property Tax Code Section 34.051 or Dallas City Code Section 2-26.4, and (b) sell qualifying city surplus land that was not acquired by eminent domain and city land specifically purchased for affordable housing/redevelopment purposes pursuant to Texas Local Government Code Section 272.001(g) and Texas Local Government Code Section 253.010; (2) allow for-profit, non-profit and religious organizations to purchase land, subject to Texas Local Government Code section 253.010, Texas Property Tax Code Section 34.051 or Dallas City Code Section 2-26.4; (3) require organizations who purchase land via the Program to develop affordable housing units on the City of Dallas Printed on 5/16/2019Page 1 of 3
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require organizations who purchase land via the Program to develop affordable housing units on the land, or in limited instances, develop commercial

uses on the land; (4) require housing units developed on land to be offered for sale, lease or lease-purchase to households whose incomes are within the income bands prioritized by the adopted comprehensive housing policy, unless the City is operating under Dallas City Code Section 2-26.4; (5) set: (a) a re-sale price for tax foreclosed land at 1,000.00 for the first 7,500 square feet sold under a single proposal then 0.13 per square foot for each additional square foot of land sold under the same proposal and (b) a sales price for city-owned land at fair market value except that a discount will be available if project underwriting indicates that the discount is needed either to ensure the viable sale, lease or lease-purchase to an income- qualified buyer or the viable development of a commercial use; (6) impose restrictive covenants so that for-sale housing units must remain affordable for a minimum of 5 years, rental units must remain affordable for a minimum of 20 years, and commercial development must be used for the purposes outlined in the development agreement for a minimum of 20 years; and (7) provide that land acquired by a developer pursuant to the Land Transfer Program may revert to the City if the City Manager or his/her designee determines that the developer has not abided by the terms of the Land Transfer Program or the development agreement.
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In order to fully implement the Land Transfer Program, this item proposes to authorize the City Manager to enter into an interlocal agreement with

Dallas County, including Dallas County Hospital District, Dallas County Community College District, and Dallas Independent School District to allow the City to resell tax foreclosed property that has a tax delinquency of six or more years to be developed for a purpose consistent with the City s urban redevelopment plans or the City s affordable housing policy in accordance with Section 34.051 of the Texas Property Tax Code. According to the Texas Property Tax Code, such land may be sold for less than the market value specified in the judgement for foreclosure or less than the total amount of the judgements against the property and requires that the resales should be used for a purpose consistent with the municipality's urban redevelopment plan or affordable housing policy.
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PRIOR ACTION/REVIEW (COUNCIL, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS)

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On May 9, 2018, City Council adopted the Comprehensive Housing Policy by Resolution No. 18- 0704.

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On November 28, 2018, City Council adopted amendments to the CHP that resolved inconsistencies in program requirements, corrected items that were

inadvertently included in or omitted from the CHP, and modified requirements that had created programmatic constraints by Resolution No. 18- 1680.
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The Economic Development and Housing Committee was briefed on this item on April 15, 2019.

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FISCAL INFORMATION

No cost consideration to the City. The Land Transfer Program will allow the City to sell real property at less than fair market value and to release

any City non-tax liens that may have been filed on the real property in order to accomplish the public purpose of creating affordable housing and fostering neighborhood redevelopment. Therefore, for each sale, the City is foregoing revenue that could have been realized had the real property been offered for sale at fair market value. Staff anticipates that a significant percentage of the parcels of real property transferred pursuant to the Land Transfer Program will be unproductive tax-foreclosed parcels for which the City is not likely to receive bids at or above fair market value. The development of housing units or a commercial use on the land will add the unproductive land back on the tax rolls.
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WHEREAS, on May 9, 2019, City Council adopted a Comprehensive Housing Policy (CHP) that set citywide production goals for homeownership and rental

units for the next three years along with respective income bands that will be prioritized within the production goals and also set forth various programs, tools and strategies to be used to meet the production goals while also overcoming concentrations of poverty and racial segregation by Resolution No. 18-0704; and
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WHEREAS, on November 28, 2018, City Council adopted amendments to the CHP that resolved inconsistencies in program requirements, corrected items that

were inadvertently included in or omitted from the CHP and modified requirements that had created programmatic constraints by Resolution No. 18-1680; and
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WHEREAS, City Council must approve any addition to, alteration or deletion of a strategy, tool, or program in the CHP; and

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WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the City of Dallas to adopt certain amendments to the CHP in order to add a Land Transfer Program that will

allow the Department of Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization to facilitate both large- and small-scale strategic housing development projects that align with the CHP and leverage the City s aggregated land holdings; and
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WHEREAS, the City of Dallas is also aligning the Land Transfer Program with the City s economic development policy and redevelopment policy; and

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WHEREAS, in order to fully implement the Land Transfer Program, it is in the best interest of the City to authorize the City Manager to enter into an

interlocal agreement with Dallas County, including Dallas County Hospital District, Dallas County Community College District, and Dallas Independent School District to allow the City to resell tax foreclosed property that has a tax delinquency of six or more years to be developed for a purpose consistent with the City s urban redevelopment plans or the City s affordable housing policy in accordance with Section 34.051 of the Texas Property Tax Code.
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Now, Therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DALLAS:

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SECTION 1. That the City Council hereby authorizes and adopts the amendments to the Comprehensive Housing Policy to add the Land Transfer Program, as

shown in the attached Exhibit A.
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May 22, 2019

SECTION 2. That the City Manager is hereby authorized to execute an Interlocal Agreement with Dallas County, including Dallas County Hospital

District, Dallas County Community College District, and Dallas Independent School District, approved as to form by the City Attorney, to allow the City to resell tax foreclosed property that has a tax delinquency of six or more years to be developed for a purpose consistent with the City s urban redevelopment plans or the City s affordable housing policy in accordance with Section 34.051 of the Texas Property Tax Code. The agreement will be for a six- year term with two renewal options of two years each.
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SECTION 3. That the City Manager is hereby authorized to execute instruments, approved as to form by the City Attorney, releasing any non-tax City

liens that may have been filed by the City during the City s ownership of the parcel(s) of real property.
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SECTION 4. That the City Manager is authorized to execute instruments, approved as to form by the City Attorney, releasing the City s possibility of

reverter with right of reentry and terminating the restrictive covenants on the land upon compliance with all terms and conditions of the development agreement and the Land Transfer Program.
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SECTION 5. That this Interlocal Agreement is designated as Contract No. HOU-2019- 00010493.

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SECTION 6. That this resolution shall take effect immediately from and after its passage in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the City

of Dallas, and it is accordingly so resolved.

EXHIBIT A

City of Dallas Department of Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization

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Adopted by the Dallas City Council

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May 9, 2018

Amended May 22November 28, 20198

Table of Contents TO BE UPDATED IF PROGRAM IS ADOPTED BACKGROUND ON DEVELOPMENT OF THE POLICY

...................................................................................... 1 CITY OF DALLAS PLANS .................................................................................................................................. 2 REINVESTMENT STRATEGY AREAS ................................................................................................................ 4 PRODUCTION GOALS AND INCOME BANDS TO BE SERVED ......................................................................... 6 HOMEOWNER PROGRAMS ........................................................................................................................... 8 Rehabilitation Reconstruction of Owner Occupied Homes ...................................................................... 8 Dallas Homebuyer Assistance Program ...................................................................................................... 11 Homebuyer Incentive Program ................................................................................................................... 13 LANDLORD PROGRAMS............................................................................................................................... 14 Rental Rehabilitation and Reconstruction ..................................................................................................... 14 TENANT PROGRAMS ..................................................................................................................................... 17 Tenant Based Rental Assistance ................................................................................................................. 17 DEVELOPER PROGRAMS ............................................................................................................................. 19 New Construction and Substantial Rehabilitation Program ............................................................................ 19 OVERVIEW OF EXISTING FUNDING SOURCES ............................................................................................. 28 Strategies, Tools and Programs that Will Require Additional Action ..................................................... 3635 Resolutions of Support or No Objection ................................................................................................. 3837 Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) ........................................................................ 4342 APPENDICES .............................................................................................................................................. 4544 APPENDIX 1 .............................................................................................................................................. 4645 Single Family Development Underwriting .............................................................................................. 4645 APPENDIX 2 .............................................................................................................................................. 5654 Rental Development Underwriting ......................................................................................................... 5654 APPENDIX 3 .............................................................................................................................................. 6765 UNIVERSAL DESIGN GUIDELINES ............................................................................................................ 6765 APPENDIX 4 .............................................................................................................................................. 6967 City of Dallas Income Limits and Part 5 Requirements ........................................................................... 6967 APPENDIX 5 .............................................................................................................................................. 7068 Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) Policy, Procedure, and Standards ....................... 7068 APPENDIX 6 .............................................................................................................................................. 9795 Recapture/Resale Requirements for Homebuyer Activities ................................................................... 9795 APPENDIX 7 ............................................................................................................................................ 10098 City of Dallas Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Policy ................................................................................... 10098 APPENDIX 8 .......................................................................................................................................... 104102
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APPENDIX 9 ..........................................................................................................................................

107105 Other Federal Requirements ................................................................................................................. 107105 APPENDIX 10 ........................................................................................................................................ 109107 Lead Based Paint Requirements ............................................................................................................ 109107 APPENDIX 11 ........................................................................................................................................ 113111 Environmental Review Policy, Procedures, and Standards ..................................................................... 113111 APPENDIX 12 ........................................................................................................................................ 114112 SECTION 3 ............................................................................................................................................ 114112 APPENDIX 13 ........................................................................................................................................ 115113 MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE ............................................... 115113 APPENDIX 14 ........................................................................................................................................ 116114 Regulatory References .......................................................................................................................... 116114 APPENDIX 15 ....................................................................................................................................... 120118 APPENDIX 16 ....................................................................................................................................... 136134
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BACKGROUND ON DEVELOPMENT OF THE POLICY

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On March 12, 2017, the Dallas City Council Housing Committee established three goals for the development of a comprehensive strategy for housing: 1)

Create and maintain available and affordable housing throughout Dallas, 2) Promote greater fair housing choices, and 3) Overcome patterns of segregation and concentrations of poverty through incentives and requirements.
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In August 2017, the City of Dallas engaged The Reinvestment Fund to conduct a Market Value Analysis (MVA), which is an analytical tool used to assess

the residential real estate market throughout the entire city to determine with granular detail where market strength, transition and stress exists. After briefing the City Council on the results of the MVA on January 17, 2018, eight (8) public town hall meetings were held to develop the recommendations presented here. The town hall topics were:
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How Residential Development Gets Financed, How to Reduce Development and Rehabilitation Costs, How to Increase Access to Capital and Reduce Cost of

Capital, and Programs, Tools and Strategies for Increasing Housing Production.
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Each town hall provided stakeholders an opportunity to understand the housing challenges from the perspective of the major stakeholders including:

lenders, including foundations and government sources of finance; consumers and neighbors; developers, builders, and contractors; and regulatory officials, such as zoning, building inspections, and code enforcement. The town halls were held both in person and through virtual telephone communications that aired on Spectrum Channel 95 and streamed online. The in-person town halls had a combined participation of ninety-four (94) individuals, many of whom also participated in the virtual town hall meetings. The virtual telephone town halls had a total of 38,690 participants for all four (4) meetings, of which 10,000 participated in more than one town hall.
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The outcome of public input helped shape the ten (10) policy recommendations presented to the Economic Development and Housing Committee (Committee)

on March 19, 2018 and the strategies, tools and programs included in the Comprehensive Housing Policy.
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CITY OF DALLAS PLANS

forwardDallas Comprehensive Plan The forwardDallas Plan is Dallas first citywide comprehensive plan to serve as the policy basis for land development

decisions in the City, through reference in the Dallas Development Code. The plan contains eight policy elements: Land Use, Economics, Housing, Transportation, Urban Design, Environment, and Neighborhoods. It provides guidance on important land development considerations related to land use, transportation and economic development. Shaped by extensive community engagement and adopted by City Council in 2006, it envisions a future Dallas built around the core values of:
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Access to good education A safe city A healthy environment Job growth through investment in Southern Dallas Convenient transportation through choices

in how to get around Quality of life through diverse housing, recreational, cultural and educational
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opportunities

A key initiative of the forwardDallas Plan was a focus on Making Quality Housing More Accessible. The plan acknowledged that, within the regional

context, Dallas has the greatest range of housing needs and problems. It recommended development of a housing strategy aimed at increasing home ownership, diversifying housing stock and providing more opportunities for affordable housing, while sustaining existing neighborhoods.
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The forwardDallas Comprehensive Plan can be found at http://dallascityhall.com/departments/pnv/strategic-planning/Pages/comprehensive-plan.aspx.

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Neighborhood Plus Plan Adopted in 2015, the Neighborhood Plus Plan is a citywide neighborhood revitalization plan intended to update the

forwardDallas Housing and Neighborhood elements. The Neighborhood Plus plan focused on the six strategic goals of:
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Creating a Collective Impact Framework Alleviating Poverty Fighting Blight Attracting and Retaining the Middle Class Increasing Home Ownership

Enhancing Rental Options.
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The Neighborhood Plus recommended a holistic approach to neighborhood revitalization and community building that goes beyond production of a limited

number of publicly subsidized housing units, to encompass neighborhood quality, safety, mobility and access to education, jobs and health care. The Neighborhood Plus Plan also called for a neighborhood by neighborhood approach to improving quality of life and established the basis for identifying target areas to focus neighborhood revitalization efforts.
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The Neighborhood Plus Plan can be found at http://dallascityhall.com/departments/pnv/strategic-planning/DCH 20Documents/Web 20- 20Neighborhood 20Plus

20Plan 20- 20Adopted 2010-07-2015.pdf.
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Consolidated Plan Strategies

The Consolidated Plan is a five-year planning document required by HUD to carry out affordable housing and community development activities. City

identified its priorities as follows:
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0 2 4 6 8

10 12 14 16 18

Citizen Priority Ranking Survey CDBG 2013 2018

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Series1

Citizen Priority Ranking Survey HOME 2013 2018

Homeownership Home Repair Other

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REINVESTMENT STRATEGY AREAS

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The Housing Policy provides for tiered Reinvestment Strategy Areas to address three (3) market types in need of City investment:

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Redevelopment Areas:

A redevelopment area is characterized by a known catalytic project that has submitted a request for funding that shows preliminary viability and will

begin within the next 12 months. The project as proposed must contain a housing component and must address the existing market conditions as identified in the MVA and must demonstrate a level of housing production supported through a third-party independent market analysis and show affordability to a mix of income bands.
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Redevelopment Areas: Midtown, High Speed Rail, Wynnewood, and Red Bird.

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Stabilization Areas:

Stabilization areas are characterized as G, H, and I markets that are surrounded by A-E markets and as such are at risk of displacement based on

known market conditions including upcoming redevelopment projects. These areas are also where Incentive Zoning and Accessory Dwelling Units should be focused to allow for increased density.
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Stabilization Areas: LBJ Skillman, Vickery Meadow, Casa View, Forest Heights / Cornerstone Heights, East Downtown, The Bottom, West Dallas, and Red

Bird North.
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