Besides the rules and requirements specific to the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), there are several additional broad federal rules that must be adhered to in the course of administering the program. While the Participating Jurisdiction (PJ) is responsible for implementing these rules, owners, developers, Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs), and other nonprofits must also be aware of them and actively ensure that a project or activity is in compliance. These other federal requirements cover the following areas: non-discrimination and equal access; employment and contracting; environmental review; site and neighborhood standards; relocation; and lead-based paint.
This document contains the McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act of 1965, as Amended - 41 U.S.C. 351 et seq .
Date Published: July 1978
This documents contains the Section 3 regulations located at 24 CFR Part 135.
Date Published: May 1995
What are PJs responsibilities for developing, disseminating, and implementing affirmative marketing procedures?
Date Published: January 2006
Must the environmental review process be completed before any HOME funds are committed or actions undertaken? What steps must participating jurisdictions take when dealing with third-party partners?
Date Published: June 2002
What are the Section 504 requirements for handicapped accessibility to federally assisted housing activities and programs in general, and the HOME Program in specific?
Date Published: February 1998
The purpose of this Notice is to remind recipients of Federal funds for HOME and CDBG of their obligation to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Fair Housing Act, and HUD's implementing Regulations (24 CFR Parts 8 and 100, respectively), which prohibit discrimination based on disability and establish requirements for program accessibility and physical accessibility in connection with housing programs.
Date Published: November 2005
The purpose of this Notice is to provide guidance to HOME, CDBG, HOPE 3, HOPWA, Emergency Shelter Grants, Supportive Housing, Shelter Plus Care, and Youthbuild grantees covered by the September 30, 2003 final rule on ensuring equal treatment of Faith-Based organizations in CPD programs.
Date Published: September 2004
Notice CPD-03-13: Accessibility Notice - Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The Fair Housing Act and Their Applicability to Housing Programs Funded by HOME and CDBG (Extends CPD Notice 00-9)
This Notice extends the provisions of Notice CPD 00-09 (originally issued December 26, 2000) through December 26, 2004.
Date Published: November 2003
This Notice extends the provisions of Notice CPD 00-09 (originally issued December 26, 2000) through December 26, 2003.
Date Published: May 2002
This Notice provides guidance on the environmental review process required under the HOME rule.
Date Published: July 2001
This Notice reminds recipients of HOME and CDBG funding of their obligation to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Fair Housing Act, and HUD's implementing Regulations (24 CFR Parts 8 and 100, respectively), which prohibit discrimination based on disability.
Date Published: December 2000
This Notice explains the conflict of interest requirements applicable to the HOME Program.
Date Published: July 1998
This Notice applies to housing assisted with programs administered by Community Planning and Development (CPD).
Date Published: January 1994
This memo discusses that FHA regulations would not prohibit HOME downpayment assistance in conjunctions with FHA-insured financing under such a scenario.
Date Published: September 2006
This training describes the policies and procedures that must be followed when undertaking construction projects funded with CDBG and/or HOME Program funds to ensure compliance with the labor laws and requirements.
Date Published: April 2012
This handbook provides a comprehensive description of how to comply with federal labor standards for housing and community development programs.
Date Published: February 2012
This training provides a comprehensive instruction on the environmental review process, including an overview of the laws and requirements, levels of review, and the steps involved in completing an environmental review.
Date Published: August 2012