Michigan Consolidated Plan

According to HUD, the Consolidated Plan creates the opportunity for strategic planning and citizen participation to take place in a comprehensive context; it allows local governments, community organizations and citizens to address the larger picture in which these programs operate, offering the State a better chance to shape the various programs into effective coordinated strategies


Quick Guide to CDBG Eligible Activities to Support Coronavirus and Other Infectious Disease Response

SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2019 MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN TO INCLUDE CARES ACT FUNDING (ESG)

SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2019 MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN TO INCLUDE CARES ACT FUNDING (HOPWA)

SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2019 MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN TO INCLUDE CARES ACT FUNDING (CDBG Phase 2)

SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL ACTION PLAN TO INCLUDE CARES ACT FUNDING (CDBG)

SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM - PROGRAM INCOME DISTRIBUTION AND IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

FINAL CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN FOR MSHDA BOARD ADOPTION  APRIL 2021

ESG Notification Phase 2

2021 Notifications

2020 Michigan Consolidated Plan

2019 Michigan Consolidated Plan

2018 Michigan Consolidated Plan

2017 Michigan Consolidated Plan

2016 Michigan Consolidated Plan

2015 Michigan Consolidated Plan

Michigan Consolidated Plan FY 2010 - 2014

If you have further questions or comments regarding the Michigan Consolidated Plan, please email cddmailbox@michgian.gov or contact Tonya Young at (517) 335-4337.