Notice of Funding Availability

The City of Charlottesville is pleased to announce the anticipated availability of HOME America Rescue Plan (HOME-ARP) funds that can be used to acquire, rehabilitate, or construct rental housing within the Charlottesville City limits that are affordable to individuals and households with incomes at or below 60% of Charlottesville’s Area Median Income (AMI) based on HUD 2023 Income Limits and that serve the Qualifying Populations of the HOME-ARP Implementation Notice, including households experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, and persons fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking. 

Qualifying Populations

Under HOME-ARP, qualifying individuals or families are those that are:

  1. Homeless;
  2. At risk of homelessness;
  3. Fleeing, or attempting to flee domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking;
  4. Part of other populations where providing supportive services or assistance would prevent a family's homelessness or would serve those with the greatest risk of housing instability; or
  5. Veterans and families that include a veteran family member that meet one of the above criteria.

Mandatory Pre-Application Workshop

All applicants for HOME-ARP funding through the City of Charlottesville will be required to participate in at least one pre-application workshop, during which program goals and the application process will be discussed in detail and during which potential applicants will have the opportunity to ask specific questions about their proposed project, the selection process and the city’s funding priorities. Pre-application workshops are currently scheduled for:

Thursday, June 22, 202310:00am to 12:00pmCitySpace Main Conference Room (map)
Thursday, June 22, 20235:00pm to 7:00pmNDS Conference Room (located at 605 East Main Street)

You can register for the workshop online here: HOME-ARP Pre-Application Registration Form

Related documents for HOME-ARP:

HUD Guidance for the HOME-ARP Program

HUD programs are guided by federal regulations which are published in the Federal Register, known as the 'Daily Journal of the U.S. Government.' HUD, like most federal agencies, publish notices to the Federal Register that help explain their implementation of the federal regulations they work under. HOME-ARP notices from HUD include:

  • Waivers and Alternative Requirements for Implementation of the HOME American Rescue Plan (HOME-ARP) Program (federalregister.gov)