Housing & Community Development

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Housing Services is responsible for the administration of federal and state program funding received on behalf of the City of Jacksonville for affordable housing initiatives. The division is designated as the official housing agency for the City for affordable housing and all other similar matters except those for which the Jacksonville Housing Authority is responsible. An 11-member Housing Commission advises, oversees and provides guidance to the division.

The H2H program is closed to new applications until further notice.

Community Development administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program awarded annually to the City of Jacksonville through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). CDBG program funds are sub-granted annually to public and private non-profit agencies that are responsible for providing services to low and moderate income persons, developing decent housing, suitable living environment and by expanding economic opportunities.

Fair Housing - The Housing and Community Development Division of the Neighborhoods Department administers fair housing in each of its programs and has partnered with the Human Rights Commission to make a collaborative effort to ensure human rights and fair housing for all citizens of Jacksonville. Click here for more information about fair housing.

Surplus Property Donation Program According to Section 125.379, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 122, Ordinance Code, the City of Jacksonville/Duval County is required every three years to adopt an inventory list of all real property within the city to which the City/County holds fee simple title that is appropriate for use as potential affordable housing. The Real Estate Division has determined that no need exists for the parcels listed on the Affordable Housing Inventory List for the City or any independent agency and that the parcels meet the affordable housing criteria. Click here for more information about the Surplus Property Donation Program.

Infill Development Incentive Program - The Infill Development Incentive Program is designed to further the affordable housing goals of the City. The program will provide up to $50,000 in grant funds and up to 80% of total project costs in loan funds for eligible projects. Properties must be located in a low-moderate income census block or tract located in the City of Jacksonville, Duval County. The City has appropriated $687,849.88 in funding to establish the Infill Development Incentive Program and all completed applications will receive funds on a first come, first serve basis as long as funding allows.

Click here for more information about the Infill Development program.‚Äč

Boards - Click below for 2021/2022 funding recommendations:

 Universal Applications

Projects must meet the CDBG national objectives of:
- benefiting low and moderate income persons, or
- aiding in the elimination or prevention of slum and blight.
2019-2020 Proposed UA Awards (Approved by JHCDC with Confirmed Revenues)
Frequently Asked Questions (Updated January 23, 2020)
Archived Universal Application Forms




PUBLIC NOTICE February 8, 2021 DRAFT CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) and DRAFT 2020 AAP CARES ACT AMENDMENT CDBG-CV The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) provides accomplishments and expenditure information on the four HUD funded programs (CDBG, HOME, HOPWA and ESG) administered by the City of Jacksonville during the 2019 program year which ran from October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. The 2020 AAP CARES Act Amendment CDBG-CV is the second amendment to the 2020 AAP and adds $3,865,827 in CDBG-CV1 funds of the CARES Act to be used for eligible activities that prevent, prepare for and respond to COVID-19 among individuals and families who are low- and moderate-income (LMI) or live in areas designated as LMI. The plan outlines the use of CDBG-CV funds and activities that addresses this need.
A draft of the CAPER for the City of Jacksonville has been completed and will be available for a fifteen (15) day public review and comment period, from February 15, 2021 through March 1, 2021.
Copies of the draft CAPER report and Annual Action Plan Amendment are available online at https://www.coj.net/hcdd. Comments should be submitted in writing via email at HCDDcomments@coj.net and received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 1, 2021. The final PY2019 CAPER will be submitted to HUD on or before March 29, 2021. The 2020 AAP CARES Act Amendment CDBG-CV will be submitted to HUD after the public comment period. A public hearing regarding the CAPER and 2020 Annual Action Plan CARES Act Amendment CDBG-CV will be held on Zoom Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. All citizens are encouraged to participate. Public Hearing Zoom Information For Public Hearing Zoom Information, please visit www.coj.net/hcdd Pursuant to the American with Disabilities Act, accommodations for persons with disabilities are available upon request. Please allow 1-2 business days notification to process; last minute requests will be accepted, but may not be possible to fulfill. Please contact Disabled Services Division at: V(904) 255-5472, TTY-(904) 255-5475, or email your request to karat@coj.net. If any non-English speaking persons wish to attend and require a translator, please notify the Housing and Community Development Division at (904) 255-8200 in advance so accommodations may be made.

Bryan Mosier, Director
Thomas J. Daly II, Chief
Neighborhoods Department Housing and Community Development


February 10, 2021


2018-2019 Jacksonville CAPER 
2017-2018 Jacksonville CAPER

Disaster Assistance Programs


If you are seeking assistance for damages caused by Hurricane Irma, please click here to visit the  Rebuild Florida website. Rebuild Florida is a State-run program that is not associated with the City of Jacksonville. 

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Housing and Community Development Division
214 N. Hogan St., 7th Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 255-8200