The HOME Investment Partnership Program is funded through a federal entitlement grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development which comes to the City of Longview annually. The entitlement area is comprised of the City of Longview and City of Kelso which act as a Consortium to provide affordable housing in each city.
Public and private agencies may apply for grants or loans for various housing projects which they design to expand the supply of decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing for very low income and low income families.
Programs include Home ownership, Homeowner Rehabilitation, Rental Housing Improvement and Development, and Tenant Based Rental Assistance for special needs categories. These programs are available for individuals and families to apply for through our partnering agencies.
2017 HOME Program Applications
2016 HOME Program Applications
2016 Request for Proposals for CDBG, HOME, and Document Recording Fee funding
2015 Annual Plan
2015 HOME Program
Draft 2014-2018 Consolidated Housing Plan
2014 HOME Program
2014 Document Recording Fee
2013 HOME Program
2012 CDBG IDIS Reports
2012 HOME IDIS Reports
CAPER (Consolidate Annual Performance and Evaluation Report) Reports
2009-2013 Consolidated Plan