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09-27-2011 CC Rpt D01 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT CITY CLERK USE ONLY Meeting Date: September 27, 2011 R E C E f V ED ilfa / Public Hearing: nil SEP 20 APS 9 52 41" Discussion Item: D Consent Item: ❑ 3t F l`'CHINO HILLSLRK DATE: September 20, 2011 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT 2010-2011 FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the City Council approve the 2010-2011 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report for the Community Development Block Grant Program. BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS The Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) is authorized under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended. Pursuant to the Act, the primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant Program is to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing, promoting a suitable living environment, and expanding economic opportunities, primarily for low and moderate-income persons. To achieve these goals, CDBG activities must meet at least one of the three national objectives: • Benefit low and moderate income persons • Aid in the prevention of slum and blight • Meet other community development needs having a particular urgency To monitor the use of funds and ensure the goals and objectives of the CDBG program are met, the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires an annual performance evaluation report, which identifies the level of progress and accomplishments of the City in meeting the priorities and objectives of the City's 2008- 2013 Consolidated Plan. The Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) reflects the information for housing and community development projects that occurred in the City's jurisdiction during the 2010-2011 program year. The CAPER also includes activities in which the City coordinated and pursued with other community development and housing activities, which are not funded by CDBG but are available in-house or through 1/9D AGENDA DATE: September 27, 2011 PAGE 2 SUBJECT: CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT 2010-2011 FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM the County HOME Consortium, the County of San Bernardino, the State of California, other federal agencies, non-profits, private entities, and developers. The City of Chino Hills received $457,012 in CDBG funds for 2010-2011. The following table summarizes the program activity and accomplishments for the 2010-2011 program year: Table 1: City of Chino Bills FY 2010-11 CDBG Projects l "• ' wm. i` 4�P� tea ' o 8S gsr u. F � s ' , . .,613 _ a .11V-„ C eneatc Administration Administered the City's CDBG CDBG funded programs; N/A Administration N/A N/A N/A $71,540.17 monitored sub-recipients; $75,400 maintained ID'S;and completed required reports. 20 Eight(8)households were Households assisted with fair housing and Fair 138 were assisted with 7 Fair Housing LMC DH-1 Housing $16,000.00 landlord/tenant services for a $16,000 68 total of 146 people served. Households The agency exceeded its goal Landlord/ of 88 households. Tenant Housing No housing projects were funded using CDBG Funds in FY 2010-11;the Home Improvement Grant program continued to use the balance of funds from previous years to complete projects started in the prior year; 1 person was assisted;$2,000 was expended. Infrastructure and Facilities Los Serranos- 1 Public The project started January 13, 5 Infrastructure LMA ST.1 Facility $23,038.57 2010 and was completed on Improvements 4,000 April 30,2010.The project $305,012 People met its goal. Public Services Chino Hills 48 People The library served 136 people 7 Library LMC SL-1 (Illiterate $21,000 through its literacy program. $21,000 Adults) The project exceeded its goal. Approximately 60 people were 200 People assisted with domestic House of Ruth (Victims of violence support services and 7 $4,000 LMC SL-1 Domestic $4,000 3 assemblies were held with Abuse) 219 youth benefitting for a total of 279 people served. The project exceeded its goal. 2/92 AGENDA DATE: September 27, 2011 PAGE 3 SUBJECT: CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT 2010-2011 FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM :v. Table 1: City of Chino Hills FY 2010-11 CDBG Projects �}gSS1NSSIEML Y ,. � ��. �"�('" �v �Teitt d'' £j ai . i i, "� t.. si i oL^v r - "; 4 ? �. .. Recreation Sixteen(16)youth were 7 Division Camp LMC SL-1 15 People $15,624 provided with camp Scholarships (Youth) scholarships.The project $18,100 exceeded its goal. Together We The project was cancelled due 7 Rise LMC SL-1 200 People $o to the agency being unable to $12,000 (Youth) meet the program requirements Twelve(12)youth were 7 $7 500 LMC SL-1 20 oeogle $7 ,500 served.The project fell short of its goal by eight youth. , Unfortunately, Together We Rise was unable to perform services as outlined in the approved project proposal and contract with the City. As a result of this agency's inability to meet program requirements, funds could not be transferred to the agency and the project was cancelled. These funds revert back to the City's general allocation and will come before Council at a future date for reprogramming. Pursuant to federal regulations, residents must have an opportunity for input into the planning and development process of the Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan, and CAPER. The City developed the Citizen Participation Plan, which encourages the participation of all citizens and emphasizes the involvement of low to moderate-income persons, particularly where housing and community development funds are spent. In accordance with the Chino Hills Citizen Participation Plan, the 2010-2011CAPER was available for public review September 6, 2011 through September 20, 2011. The information provided in the CAPER is a collaborative effort of staff from the Community Services, Community Development, Engineering, and Finance Departments. Any comments received from the public hearing will be included in the final CAPER submission to US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). REVIEW BY OTHERS This item has been reviewed by the Finance Director, the Community Development Director, and the City Engineer. 3/92 AGENDA DATE: September 27, 2011 PAGE 4 SUBJECT: CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT 2010-2011 FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM FISCAL IMPACT Community Development Block Grant funds are provided by HUD. Respectfully submitted, Reco o ended by: Mlthael S. FI6ag r Jonathan Marshall City Manager I ommunity Services Director MSF:JM:Ic:cfc Attachment: 2010-2011 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report 4/92 x"'95;:+17 rI. Y;>''w" ,:° r 3S.. 'a e, a 'L ,51 f r s sr-iSi3ra y 3 )qi rtbAlg.4AY17 f 4C. .4:P W- Si$ z;-. 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Y�' ktL,^i"+h? nF�'CM1cs. }F Cr* t ixr i fA .. fr F INb ° ;e, City of Chinoills CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT(CAPER) FY 2010-2011 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT(CDBG) Grantee Number: B-10-MC-06-0592 DUNS Number: 883074270 City of Chino Hills Community Services Department 14000 City Center Dr. Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909) 364-2717 September 2011 DRAFT 6/92 Section Page Executive Summary 1 GeneralQuestions2 1. Assessment of the One-Year Goals and Objectives 2 2. Changes to the Program as a Result of Experiences 3 3. Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing 3 a. Summary of Impediments 3 b. Actions to Overcome Effects of Impediments 6 4. Obstacles to Meeting Underserved Needs g 5. Leveraging Resources 9 Managing the Process 9 1. Actions Taken to Ensure Compliance with Program and Comprehensive Planning Requirements 9 CitizenParticipation ............................................................................................. 10 1. Summary of Citizen Comments 10 2. Geographic Distribution of Funds 10 Institutional Structure 1.0 1. Actions Taken to Overcome Gaps in the Institutional Structure and Enhance Coordination 10 Monitoring12 1. Frequency of Annual Monitoring Site Visits and How Conducted 12 2. Results and Improvements 12 3. Self Evaluation 12 Lead-Based Paint 13 1. Actions Taken to Evaluate and Reduce Lead-Based Paint Hazards 13 Housing Needs........................................ ........................................................ 14 1. Actions Taken to Foster and Maintain Affordable Housing 15 Specific Housing Objectives 16 1. Progress in Meeting Specific Objectives and Priorities of Affordable Housing 16 2. Progress in Providing Affordable Housing that Meets the Section 215 Definition 18 3. Worst-Case Housing Needs and Housing Needs of Disabled Persons 19 Public Housing Strategy19 1. Actions Taken to Improve Public Housing and Resident Initiatives 19 Barriers to Affordable Housing 19 1. Actions Taken to Eliminate Barriers to Affordable Housing 19 HOME/American Dream Down Payment Initiative (ADDI) 20 HomelessNeeds20 1. Actions Taken to Address the Needs of the Homeless Population 21 2. Actions Taken to Help Homeless Persons Transition to Permanent Housing and Independent Living 22 3. New Federal Resources Obtained from Homeless SuperNOFA 22 Specific Homeless Prevention Elements22 1. Actions Taken to Prevent Homelessness 22 Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) 24 Community Development 25 1. Assessment of the Relationship of CDBG Funds to Goals and Objectives 27 2. Nature and Reasons for Changes in Program Objectives 34 3. Assessment of Efforts in Carrying Out Planned Actions 34 4. Meeting National Objectives 35 5. Anti-displacement and Relocation for Activities Involving Occupied Real Property 35 6. Low/Mod Job Activities for Economic Development Activities 35 7/92 7. Low/Mod Limited Clientele Activities 35 8. Program Income 35 9. Prior Period Adjustments 35 10. Loans and Other Receivables 35 11. Lump Sum Agreements 36 12. Housing Rehabilitation 36 13. Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies 36 Antipoverty Strategy 36 1. Actions Taken to Reduce the Number of Persons Living Below the Poverty Level 36 Non-homeless Special Needs 37 1. Actions Taken to Address Special Needs of Persons that are not Homeless 37 Specific HOPWA Objectives 38 Other Narrative 39 1. Certifications of Consistency 39 2. IDIS Reports 39 3. Summary of Specific Housing/Community Development Objectives 40 Tables Table 1 FY 2010-11 CDBG Projects 2 HUD Table 2A Priority Housing Needs Summary 15 HUD Table 1C Summary of Specific Homeless/Special Needs Objectives 21 HUD Table 1B Priority Special Needs Populations 27 HUD Table 2C Summary of Specific Housing/Community Development Objectives 41 Appendices Appendix 1-7: IDIS Reports Appendix 8: CAPER Checklist Appendix 9: Public Hearing Advertisements/Proof of Publication 8/92 �.yflsrrro� =� �r � 1 '� ,�t, Third Program Year CAPER I,. o !IIIb w The CPMP Third Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report f, , (CAPER) includes Narrative Responses to CAPER questions that CDBG, HOME, 90qN peVS' HOPWA, and ESG grantees must respond to each year in order to be compliant with the Consolidated Planning Regulations. The Executive Summary narratives are optional. The grantee must submit an updated Financial Summary Report (PR26). �° �' p'�. �� �Si x"� �.ixad � 4tn,� a ���"��� c, � g+��,x�, �. '4b`�,y �# �+ ek�,,a y .. ,� Egeb ` nr� r`�..',Y` ki, Y ,,."` u.��e'... : yu i nittat inegai �O �r`��^ :'I'=�'.t4s �'n„ Executive Summary This module is optional but encouraged. If you choose to complete it, provide a brief overview that includes major initiatives and highlights that were proposed and executed throughout the first year. , Program Year 3 CAPER Executive Summary response: The FY 2010-11 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) is the third year- end submission of accomplishments pertaining to the 2008-2013 Five-Year Consolidated Plan by the City of Chino Hills, which reports accomplishments based on the Pt 2010-11 Annual Action Plan that covers July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011. State and local governments that directly receive Community Development Block Grant Funds (CDBG) from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) are required to submit the CAPER ninety days after the end of the program year (due September 28`h). The CAPER meets three basic purposes: ■ It provides HUD with the information necessary to assess the City's ability to carry out CDBG programs in compliance with all applicable rules and regulations; NE It provides information necessary for HUD's Annual Report to Congress, which is statutorily mandated; and • It provides the City with the opportunity to describe its progress in assisting neighborhoods and specific populations with a variety of community development issues as stipulated in the City's five-year Consolidated Plan. In addition, the CAPER reflects CDBG accomplishments, expenditures, and leverage of financial resources from other City funds. During FY 2010-11, the City received $457,012 in CDBG funds and approximately $65,000 from prior year unexpended carry over funds; see Table 1. Priority Needs established in the FY 2008-2013 Five-Year Consolidated Plan, which form the basis for establishing objectives and outcomes in the City's Strategic Plan and FY 2010-11 Annual Action Plan, are as follows: 1. Preservation and Rehabilitation of Existing Housing Stock 2. Expand Affordable Housing 3. Increase Home Ownership 4. Remove Governmental Constraints 5. Improve the Infrastructure of Deteriorating Neighborhoods 6. Provide Needed Community Facilities 7. Provide Needed Community Services Within each of these priorities, the City identified specific community needs. Table 1 under the General Questions section summarizes these needs along with accomplishments in FY 2010-11; Third Program Year CAPER 1 Version 2.0 9/92 City of Chino Hills per the priority categories described above. Further detail regarding priorities and accomplishments is included in the Narrative Statement Section of this report. General Questions 1. Assessment of the one-year goals and objectives: a. Describe the accomplishments in attaining the goals and objectives for the reporting period. b. Provide a breakdown of the CPD formula grant funds spent on grant activities for each goal and objective. c. If applicable, explain why progress was not made towards meeting the goals and objectives. 2. Describe the manner in which the recipient would change its program as a result of its experiences. 3. Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing: a. Provide a summary of impediments to fair housing choice. b. Identify actions taken to overcome effects of impediments identified. 4. Describe Other Actions in Strategic Plan or Action Plan taken to address obstacles to meeting underserved needs. 5. Leveraging Resources a. Identify progress in obtaining "other" public and private resources to address needs. b. How Federal resources from HUD leveraged other public and private resources. c. How matching requirements were satisfied. Program Year 3 CAPER General Questions response: 1. Assessment of the One-Year Goals and Objectives a. Table 1 shown below illustrates the City's progress in meeting the one- year goals and objectives outlined in the FY 2010-11 Annual Action Plan, as related to the Consolidated Plan priorities. b. A breakdown of the CPD formula grant funds spent on the grant activities for each goal and objective are included in Table 1 below. c. Explanations for why progress was not made towards meeting the goals and objectives, is included in Table 1 below when applicable. Table 1: City of Chino Hills FY 2010-11 CDBG Projects ,29 -.gin; �r><. • 24.• ;, €rfi ep,_ 44.' ,4i;, , • `•••44 itay � , a A X11... 1.?all"m'91ry�314,.....' sd1/4S" . , c njett _, .a55 _ :t1&4 „ .,. ,.a+z :nS WItr4/4"61;7119S Administration Administered the City's CDBG sub- N/A CDBG Administration N/A N/A N/A $71,540.17 recipients;funded programs; maintained DISI and $75,400 completed required reports. Eight(8) households were 20 Households assisted with fair housing and 138 Fair Housing Fair Housing were assisted with landlord/ 7 $16,000 LMC DH-1 68 Households $16,000.00 tenant services for a total of 146 Landlord/ people served. The agency Tenant exceeded its goal of 88 households. Housing No housing projects were funded using CDBG Funds in FY 2010-11; the Home Improvement Grant program continued to use the balance of funds from previous years to complete projects started in the prior year; 1 person was assisted: $2,000 was expended. Third Program Year CAPER 2 Version 2.0 10/92 City of Chino Hills ffi Table 1: Ci of Chino Hills FY 2010-11 CDBG ProjectsrR wine - 1u SAM. r.: , ..:--p•�8'.co.M. �`�,u'.�..r. —,.“403,-„4-._. .... �'�•• •ol, �.,ar J i,- cj .� ,-I Infrastructure and Facilities Los Serranos- 1 Public The project started January 13, 5 Infrastructure LMA SL-1 Facility 4,000 $23,038.57 2010 and was completed on April Improvements people 30, 2010.The project met its $305,012 goal. Public Services Chino Hills Library 48 People The library served 136 people 7 Chino LMC SL-1 (Illiterate $21,000 through its literacy program.The Adults) project exceeded its goal. Approximately 60 people were 200 People assisted with domestic violence House of Ruth (Victims of support services and 3 assemblies 7 LMC SL-1 Domestic $4,000 were held with 219 youth $4,000 Abuse) benefitting for a total of 279 people served.The project exceeded its goal. Recreation Division15 People Sixteen (16) youth were provided 7 Camp Scholarships LMC SL-1 (Youth) $15,624 with camp scholarships.The $18.100 project exceeded its goal. Together We Rise 200 People The project was cancelled due to 7 $12,000 LMC SL-1 (Youth) $0 the agency being unable to meet the program requirements YMCA 20 People Twelve(12) youth were served. 7 $7,500 LMC SL-1 (Youth) $7,500 The project fell short of its goal by eight youth. 2. Changes to the Program as a Result of Experiences As a result of experiences in FY 2010-11, the City of Chino Hills made a few program changes that included: cancelling Together We Rise, which was unable to meet program requirements. In FY 2008-09, the City cancelled the Hillview Acres and Project Sister activities due to the agencies being unable to meet the program requirements. In FY 2009-10, the City cancelled the Project Sister and Community Senior Services activities due to the agencies being unable to meet the program requirements. 3. Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing a. Summary of Impediments The City of Chino Hills conducted its Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI) study, in August 2006. The following is a list of key conclusions of impediments identified in the City's AI: Jurisdictional Background The dramatic population growth experienced since the 1990's has resulted in greater ethnic diversity throughout the City, with Whites comprising 56 percent of the City's population in 2000, in contrast to 75 percent in 1990. [See Actions 1 and 2] a There was a decrease of young adults (ages 25-34) from 1990 to 2000 by approximately nine percentage points, and an increase in older adults (ages 45-54) by nearly six Third Program Year CAPER 3 Version 2.0 11/92 City of Chino Hills percentage points; possibly due to high housing costs, a shortage of first-time homebuyer opportunities, etc. In addition, the City may need specialized senior citizen housing in the future to house the aging population. [See Actions 1 and 6] • The City of Chino Hills has experienced substantial growth among Asians and Pacific Islanders. Between 1990 and 2000, the percentage for this ethnic group nearly doubled. There was also a ten percentage point increase in the number of Hispanics during this same time period. [See Action 2] ■ Foreign-born residents and households that are linguistically isolated may have difficulty accessing housing due to language barriers that might prevent them from communicating with landlords, lenders, realtors, etc. Nearly 23 percent of the populations in Chino Hills were foreign born. Of those that are foreign born, the majority were born in Asia (63 percent), followed by those born in the Americas, including Mexico, Central and South America (30 percent). Of the foreign born population, approximately 52 percent speak Asian languages and 27 percent speak Spanish. The majority of foreign born residents that speak languages other than English reported that they spoke English "very well" or "well". Of the population that speaks Spanish, approximately nine percent are linguistically isolated, compared to those that speak Asian or Pacific Island languages, of which 22 percent are linguistically isolated. [See Action 2] ■ Nearly the entire city contains high concentrations of Asians and Whites. African- Americans are concentrated in the northern part of the city in tract 1.03, which borders Los Angeles County along with a portion of tract 1.12, which borders the city of Chino. There is a Hispanic concentration in the Los Serranos area tract 1.10, which borders the City of Chino. [See Actions 1 through 6] • While the dissimilarity index, a measure of residential segregation, shows the City is integrated, the indices for Asians and Native Hawaiians are higher than the other ethnic groups at 42.4. [See Action 2] • While the City's overall median income is very high compared to the county and surrounding cities, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders, Native Americans, and Hispanics make much less than the City's overall median income; potentially impacting their ability to afford higher rents and purchase the typically higher priced homes in the City. [See Actions 1 and 2] ■ According to the City's Consolidated Plan, adherence to jobs/ housing balance ratio in accordance with the Federal Clean Air Act, and SCAG policies represents a constraint on the expansion of housing opportunities within the City. Because the City is jobs poor, opportunities to convert commercial or business park lands to residential uses are not feasible, and most of Chino Hills' residents must commute outside the City to work. [See Action 3] ■ Overcrowding is an indicator of a lack of affordable housing, while overcrowding is not a major issue in the City overall, it is interesting to note that 17 percent of rental properties are overcrowded, compared to 5 percent of ownership units. [See Action 6] ▪ According to the 2000 Census, approximately 41 percent of the seniors in Chino Hills are disabled, requiring special home care or assistance with daily chores and home tasks Third Program Year CAPER 4 Version 2.0 12/92 City of Chino Hills and/or requiring special housing construction (i.e., ramps and handrails) and location assistance (in proximity to public facilities and transportation). [See Action 6] In 2000, 7,106 residents in Chino Hills had work, mobility, and/or self-care limitations, representing approximately 11 percent of the population and an increase of 6.6 percent from the 1,208 disabled residents in 1990. This may be of potential concern as complaints of discrimination based on disability have risen over the past five years. [See Actions 2, 4, and 6] 21 More than 13,000 people were on the waiting list for Section 8 rental assistance through the San Bernardino County Housing Authority. To date there have not been any participants in the program from Chino Hills, which may indicate that the program is not being adequately marketed in the City or the cost of housing is so high that the program is not able to work within the City. [See Action 5] mi Comparing the affordability index with current market data on rents and mortgages indicates that extremely low and low-income households cannot afford housing in the City of Chino Hills. In particular, low-income large households can't afford rental or homeownership in Chino Hills. Moreover, while moderate-income households are able to rent one and two-bedroom apartments, homeownership is also not affordable to moderate-income households in Chino Hills, and larger households may not be able to afford large rental units. [See Action 1] According to the 2000 Census, approximately 20 percent of the City's housing stock (4,147 units) is older than 30 years. The majority of the housing built prior to 1970 is located in Los Serranos and Sleepy Hollow areas. These are areas that also have low to moderate income and Hispanic concentrations. [See Action 6] Analysis of Fair Housing • Few fair housing complaints are received by the Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board each year from Chino Hills' residents; however, the majority of complaints that were received came from lower income households. Over the past five years 50 percent of the calls received were from White households and 37 percent from Hispanic households. It is interesting to note, that while Asians make up 22 percent of the population in Chino Hills, there were no complaints received by this ethnic group. This might be due to a lack of knowledge of where to report, fear of retaliation for reporting, possible language barriers, or the fact that most are homeowners not renters. [See Actions 2 and 4] ▪ Consistent with recent State-wide trends, the three top discrimination biases were national origin (38 percent), familial status (27 percent), and disability (11 percent). [See Actions 2 and 4] • A historical review of Landlord/Tenant complaints received by Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board from Chino Hills' residents from 2000 through 2005 shows that an average of 31 calls have been received annually, the majority of which were received by White (49 percent) and Hispanic (35 percent) households. The top complaints involved rights and responsibilities (34 percent), eviction (18 percent), security deposits (14 percent) and repairs (13 percent). In addition, 17 percent of the calls pertained to mobile homes. [See Actions 2 and 4] Third Program Year CAPER 5 Version 2.0 13/92 City of Chino Hills • NIMBYism is a potential concern, as there have been at least two incidents that have drawn attention. [See Actions 2 and 4] Public Sector Policies • Transportation is extremely limited in the City and may impact the ability of those dependent upon public transportation to find housing and employment. [See Action 3] • Relatively few residents have been able to participate in County programs due to high priced housing in the City and federal regulations that limit the purchase prices and rents. [See Actions 5 and 6] Private Sector Policies • Comparing approval rates by ethnicity and income shows that African-Americans had the lowest approval rate of 67 percent for conventional home purchase loan applications, the highest denial rate of 16 percent and the highest withdrawal rate at 17 percent. This is interesting to note, given that African-Americans earn the highest median income ($88,859) in the City; however it is consistent with national trends that show a similar pattern in lending. [See Actions 1, 2, and 4] • While Hispanics had an overall approval rate of 79 percent for conventional home purchase loan applications, moderate income Hispanics between 80 and 100 percent of the median had the lowest approval rate for that income level with 61 percent. [See Actions 1, 2, and 4] • Considerably less people applied for government- insured home purchase loans in Chino Hills with only 63 applications received compared to 4,226 conventional loan applications. While this is not unusual given that the top lenders in the City are direct lenders, it may be an indication that government- insured products are not readily available or marketed within the City. [See Actions 1, 2, and 4] • In contrast to conventional purchase applications, African- Americans and Hispanics had the highest approval rates, 100 percent and 90 percent respectively. Interestingly, Asians had the lowest approval rate at 60 percent and an extremely high withdrawal rate of 40 percent. [See Actions 1, 2, and 4] • According to the HMDA data 764 loan applications for home improvement were received, of which only 58 percent were approved. Typically, home improvement loans do have lower approval rates than those of home purchases; however it is interesting to note that African- Americans again had lower approval rates than the other races. [See Actions 6] b. Actions to Overcome Effects of Impediments The City has contracted with the Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) since 2003 to provide education and outreach services to renters, landlords, sellers and buyers in the City of Chino Hills. This intervention makes all the parties involved aware of their rights and responsibilities and prevents violations per state and federal laws. The Board also provides information services, investigation, audits, and testing, particularly on behalf of seniors, who are among the most vulnerable population groups in the community. Cumulative statistics provided by IFHMB include: Thir▪d Program Year CAPER 6 Version 2.0 14/92 City of Chino Hills ➢ In FY 2008-09, 34 people received landlord/tenant mediation services and 2 fair housing discrimination complaints were received from Chino Hills' residents (one regarding race and the other disability). ➢ In FY 2009-10, 113 people received landlord/tenant mediation services and 1 fair housing discrimination complaint was received from a Chino Hills' resident (regarding disability). > In FY 2010-11, 138 people received landlord/tenant mediation services and 8 fair housing discrimination complaints were received from Chino Hills' residents regarding race, disability, and age. Proposed actions to address the impediments to fair housing choice identified in the City's AI, which the City continued to implement in FY 2010-11 included: Action 1: Expand Fair and Affordable Homeownership Opportunities for Low to Moderate Income and Minority Households and Provide for Homeownership Education- The City should consider providing a First- time Homebuyer Down-payment Assistance Program or partner with an agency that provides this type of service to increase homeownership opportunities for low to moderate income households and minorities. This program should include a First- time Homebuyer Education component. > Status: The City has developed a Comprehensive Affordable Housing Plan and has established an in-lieu housing fee to generate funds for affordable housing, which is aimed at providing ownership opportunities for residents. Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board also provide various housing counseling services that are related to this goal, and they provide annual workshops. The City has also coordinated with Habitat for Humanity to build an affordable housing unit in Los Serranos. Also, the City is in the process of renewing an agreement with the County of San Bernardino (County) to continue participating in the County's HOME Consortium, which also includes the cities of Rialto and Rancho Cucamonga. As the lead agency the County receives and administers HUD HOME funds on behalf of the participating cities. These funds can be used to fund a variety of housing activities, including the HOME Homeownership Assistance Program (HAP). HAP is a silent second trust deed program to assist low-income persons become homeowners. Information on HAP is posted online. Action 2: Increase Services with the Fair Housing Service Provider to Encourage Cultural Diversity Awareness and Increase Fair Housing Awareness and Education; Especially for Minorities- The City should consider enhancing the partnership with the Fair Housing service provider to increase services to Chino Hills' residents including, but not limited to: discrimination testing, additional education and outreach, providing cultural diversity events to foster awareness and appreciation for other cultures to ease NIMBY sentiments. In addition, increased education and outreach efforts should be focused in the African-American, Hispanic, and Asian communities. ➢ Status: The City has continued to contract with Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board to provide education and outreach services to the community. In addition, default and foreclosure counseling services are being offered. Information is posted online in both English and Spanish. Action 3: Increase Access to Public Transportation- The City should increase access to public transportation or partner with an agency that provides this type of service. ➢ Status: The City is currently working on increasing access to public transportation. Specifically, the City has participated in transportation coordination workshops to help Third Program Year CAPER 7 Version 2.0 15/92 City of Chino Hills create the San Bernardino County Public Transportation - Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan, which will service the transportation needs of the disabled and elderly. Efforts are being coordinated with SANBAG. There is also a new Omni service that goes through the City and informational flyers are maintained in public lobbies. Action 4: Increase Fair Housing Awareness and Education through the City website- The City should provide increased efforts in educating residents on potential sources of discrimination and avenues to address fair housing on its website by providing links to relevant information. ➢ Status: The City has provided information and links to public service agencies on its website, which includes Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board. The City provides information brochures regarding the Fair Housing board in public lobbies along with posting information on its website. Action 5: Increase Coordination with County HOME Program Staff- The City should increase coordination with County HOME Program Staff to increase marketing efforts and review effectiveness of programs as they relate to the City to increase participation by Chino Hills' residents. ➢ Status: The City is currently in the process of extending the City's participation in the County of San Bernardino's HOME Consortium for another three years by executing a new agreement. City staff has been planning amongst itself how to increase the utilization of the program and has begun to discuss these with the County. Potential activities discussed including the following: • Collaborate with the County to hold informational presentations with local realtors, loan officers and/or residents • Collaborate closer with the County to obtain program changes sooner and updates on submitted applications • Provide information in City publications (e.g. recreational brochure, water bill) • Provide informational pamphlets at public events the City participates in, such as the Chino Valley Chamber Business Expo and the annual Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Picnic • A slide on the City's TV channel • Increase internal City staff awareness of the availability of these programs Action 6: Increase Marketing Efforts of the City's Home Improvement Program- The City should increase marketing efforts of its Home Improvement Program to target low to moderate income households, including senior citizens and those living In the Los Serranos Neighborhood. ➢ Status: Since FY 2006-07, the City has submitted information annually to the local newspaper and had an article advertising the availability of the program published. Information is also placed in the quarterly Recreational Bulletins which are delivered to all households in the City. There is also information posted on the City's website regarding the Home Improvement Program. 4. Obstacles to Meeting Underserved Needs Like most communities, a major obstacle to meeting the needs of the community in Chino Hills is funding. Over the years, community partnerships with county, state, and federal agencies Third Program Year CAPER 8 Version 2.0 16/92 City of Chino Hills have been integral to meeting the needs of the underserved community. During FY 2010-1.1, the City of Chino Hills maintained and fostered new relationships to ensure that the needs of the community were adequately fulfilled. Examples include: working on a mobile recreation program for the Los Serranos neighborhood, partnering with Habitat for Humanity to provide a home for a low-income family in the Los Serranos area, working with developers and retailers to host a job fair for the staffing needs at The Shoppes in Chino Hills and participating in the County of San Bernardino's Inland Empire West End Job Fair, which included the County and all West End County cities. 5. Leveraging Resources The City of Chino Hills leveraged its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Entitlement Funds, County funds, and other funds to address the Consolidated Plan priorities and activities during FY 2010-11 as follows: • City's share of Energy and Water Appropriations Bill - $4.5 million • Safe Routes to Schools Grant 1 - $995,000 • Safe Routes to Schools Grant 2 - $856,200 • Local Measure I dollars- Los Serranos Infrastructure - $61,500 • AB2766 (Air Quality Fund — AQMD) - $23,400 • Gas Tax $234,100 The City's General Fund also supports many community services and community development activities integral to the Consolidated Plan. Similarly, federal funds under the San Bernardino County HOME Consortium provide for a variety of housing projects, which will be utilized once the agreement extension is finalized. Managing the Process 1. Describe actions taken during the last year to ensure compliance with program and comprehensive planning requirements. Program Year 3 CAPER Managing the Process response: 1. Actions Taken to Ensure Compliance with Program and Comprehensive Planning Requirements The following actions were completed during the program year to ensure compliance with program and comprehensive planning requirements. • Attended HUD trainings and workshops, including training for IDIS, Action Plan, the Consolidated Plan and CAPER, Monitoring, Environmental Review, and financial management. • Made available to the public the City's One-Year Action, Citizens Participation Plan, and Consolidated Plan. • Maintained and adhered to the timeline schedule for CDBG's annual planning process. • Scheduled required public hearings, per the Citizen Participation Plan and federal regulations for CDBG. • Advertised public review periods. • Devised methods and established networks with other departments for adequate program implementation and monitoring. • Conducted site visits on CDBG-funded activities for program review and accountability. • Met and reviewed accomplishment reports with sub-recipients. Third Program Year CAPER 9 Version 2.0 17/92 City of Chino Hills • Reported activities, expenditures and progress in the IDIS system. Citizen Participation 1. Provide a summary of citizen comments. 2. In addition, the performance report provided to citizens must identify the Federal funds made available for furthering the objectives of the Consolidated Plan. For each formula grant program, the grantee shall identify the total amount of funds available (including estimated program income), the total amount of funds committed during the reporting period, the total amount expended during the reporting period, and the geographic distribution and location of expenditures. Jurisdictions are encouraged to include maps in describing the geographic distribution and location of investment (including areas of minority concentration). The geographic distribution and expenditure requirement may also be satisfied by specifying the census tracts where expenditures were concentrated. 'Please note that Citizen Comments and Responses may be included as additional files within the CPMP Tool. Program Year 3 CAPER Citizen Participation response: 1. Summary of Citizen Comments The CAPER was made available for citizen comment for fifteen days from September 5, 2011 through September 20, 2011, as required by HUD regulations. Copies were available through the Chino Hills Library, the City Clerk's Office, and the Community Services Department. The CAPER was brought to Council on September 27, 2011 and then forwarded to HUD on September 28, 2011. The following comments were received: 2. Geographic Distribution of Funds During FY 2010-11, $172,849.40 was expended to further the objectives of the City's Consolidated Plan (which includes unexpended CDBG funds from prior years plus FY 2010-11 CDBG entitlement funds). All public service activities met the Low/Mod Limited Clientele objective, and were available communitywide. The Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvement project met the Low/Mod Area (LMA) national objective and was restricted to the low- and moderate-income census tracts and block groups of that area (Census Tract 1.10 Block Groups 01, 02, 03, 04,and 05). The Home Improvement Grant Program met the Low/Mod Housing (LMH) objective and was available communitywide. Further information pertaining to the distribution of funds can be found in the Appendix - IDIS PRO3. Institutional Structure 1. Describe actions taken during the last year to overcome gaps in institutional structures and enhance coordination. Program Year 3 CAPER Institutional Structure response; 1. Actions Taken to Overcome Gaps in the Institutional Structure and Enhance Coordination FY 2010-11 was the third year of the 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan. It was also the City's eighth year as an entitlement jurisdiction. The City relied on various methods to overcome gaps in the City's institutional structure and enhance coordination of service delivery including: Third Program Year CAPER 10 Version 2.0 18/92 City of Chino Hills • The Community Services Department, acting as the lead agency, met with various City departments (Public Works, Engineering, Police, Finance, and Community Development) and with outside agencies to gain input on the annual needs, enhance coordination of services, prevent duplication of service, and resolve issues within the interagency institutional structure. • The Neighborhood Network Program, comprised of Neighborhood Leaders and City staff, was utilized as a method of gaining input on the needs of the community. • Trainings developed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development were attended to ensure that the City was in full compliance with the program and to ensure the maximum use and availability of CDBG funds. This training was shared with in- house staff and sub-recipients to ensure the collection of data for monitoring the progress of the Consolidated Plan activities. • Monitoring of sub-recipients was conducted to ensure that there was accountability and productivity, and sub-recipient contracts were revised to ensure regulatory compliance. • Homeless Coalition meetings were attended to better identify potential homeless individuals in the City of Chino Hills and their needs and/or to better assist in the Continuum of Care Model. • Frequent communications with various San Bernardino County Departments were conducted to maximize the use of County-assisted programs. Staff focused on increasing the participation of Chino Hills' residents in the County HOME programs. The Community Services Department improved its knowledge of these programs and assisted in the marketing of them through brochures, neighborhood workshops, and public meetings. • Meetings were conducted with the Community Development Department to keep abreast of housing issues and affordable housing options, particularly in reference to the development of the Comprehensive Affordable Housing Plan, the Housing Element, and changes to the Regional Housing Needs Assessment, if any. The Community Services Department administers CDBG, Code Enforcement, Recreation, Emergency Services, Police, and Neighborhood Services. The Community Development Department is responsible for implementing the City's housing and economic development programs. The Finance Department facilitates sub-recipient payments and project tracking, and the City's Engineering Department oversees capital projects, including the Los Serranos Infrastructure Program. Third Program Year CAPER 11 Version 2.0 19/92 City of Chino Hills Monitoring 1. Describe how and the frequency with which you monitored your activities. 2. Describe the results of your monitoring including any improvements. 3. Self Evaluation a. Describe the effect programs have in solving neighborhood and community problems. b. Describe progress in meeting priority needs and specific objectives and help make community's vision of the future a reality. c. Describe how you provided decent housing and a suitable living environment and expanded economic opportunity principally for low- and moderate-income persons. d. Indicate any activities falling behind schedule. e. Describe how activities and strategies made an impact on identified needs. f. Identify indicators that would best describe the results. g. Identify barriers that had a negative impact on fulfilling the strategies and overall vision. h. Identify whether major goals are on target and discuss reasons for those that are not on target. i. Identify any adjustments or improvements to strategies and activities that might meet your needs more effectively. Program Year 3 CAPER Monitoring response: 1. Frequency of Annual Monitoring Site Visits and How Conducted Annual monitoring site visits were conducted with each sub-recipient July through September 2011. Items reviewed included record keeping, reporting, financial management, service intake, program implementation, and regulatory compliance. 2. Results and Improvements As a result of the annual site visits conducted with each sub-recipient in FY 2010-11, several agencies improved the quality of reporting quarterly accomplishments and the City maintained compliance with the monitoring requirements of the CDBG program. The annual monitoring resulted in the Together We Rise and Caring for the Hills activities being cancelled due to the agencies inability to meet the program requirements. In FY 2008-09, annual monitoring resulted in the Hillview Acres and Project Sister activities being cancelled due to the agencies inability to meet the program requirements. In FY 2009-10, annual monitoring resulted in the cancellation of the Project Sister and Community Senior Services activities. In addition, the Chino Valley Unified School District had stopped drawing funds in the second quarter and resolved issues with timeliness. 3. Self Evaluation a. The City's CDBG funded programs have aided in solving neighborhood and community problems by provided a funding source for underserved needs. Specifically, the Los Serranos Improvement Project has given a low-income neighborhood with virtually no sewer and drainage a solid new infrastructure system. b. The activities funded in FY 2010-11 have allowed the City to effectively address its progress in meeting the Consolidated Plan priorities and objectives. The Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvement Program has allowed the City to address infrastructure needs and goals. In addition, the City's Home Improvement Grant Program has helped the City meet many housing goals, along with the Affordable Housing Program. Third Program Year CAPER 12 Version 2.0 20/92 City of Chino Hills __ _,..._., _....._. _�....._. c. The in-lieu housing fee developed as part of the City's Affordable Housing program has generated approximately $258,453 since its inception, which will be used to provide affordable housing opportunities within the City. This program, along with the Home Improvement Grant Program, assisted 1 household with home repairs to help the City provide decent housing. The City provided for a suitable living environment through various public service agencies and expanded economic opportunities through its Economic Development Department Division. d. There are no activities falling behind schedule. e. Activities and strategies made an impact on identified needs by providing a funding source to pay for improvements that address the City's needs. f. Indicators that would best describe the results of this program year include 479 people were provided with increased Availability/accessibility of a suitable living environment through various public service activities; 146 households were provided increased Availability/accessibility to decent housing through Inland Fair Housing Mediation Board and an additional 1 household through the Home Improvement Grant Program, and approximately 4,000 people in the Los Serranos area were provided with the Availability/accessibility of a suitable living environment through infrastructure improvements. g. Lack of funding is one barrier that had a negative impact on fulfilling the strategies and overall vision. In addition, some of the sub-recipients that applied with eligible projects were unable and/or unwilling to meet the reporting requirements, forcing the City to take back the funds and cancel the activities, which resulted in some of the annual goals and objectives not being met. These issues will be addressed through substantial amendment in FY 2011-12. h. As this is the third of five years to meet the Consolidated Plan goals and objectives, it appears that all major goals are on target to be met. i. As this is the third of five years to meet the Consolidated Plan goals and objectives, there are no adjustments or improvements needed to strategies and activities to meet needs more effectively at this time. Lead-based Paint 1. Describe actions taken during the last year to evaluate and reduce lead-based paint hazards. Program Year 3 CAPER Lead-based Paint response: 1. Actions Taken to Evaluate and Reduce Lead-Based Paint Hazards According to the 2000 Census and national estimates for housing containing lead-based paint, an estimated 2,717 housing units in Chino Hills are estimated to be at-risk of lead-based paint exposure. CHAS data further indicates that approximately 523 low- and moderate-income households in Chino Hills occupied housing units built prior to 1970 (43 percent renters and 57 percent owners). Actions to reduce lead-based paint exposure in the City are addressed in the strategy of the Consolidated Plan, and include: • Coordination with the San Bernardino County Health Department on lead-based paint issues and abatement. • Neighborhood workshops, especially in the older areas of the City. • Referrals and information to the community through code enforcement efforts, city newsletters, city website, etc. Third Program Year CAPER 13 Version 2.0 21/92 City of Chino Hills The abatement for lead-based paint is addressed through the City's Neighborhood Services Division. The Division coordinates with the San Bernardino County Health Department to provide lectures and workshops to the more deteriorated areas of the City. Information includes a description of health hazards related to lead-based paint and abatement procedures/ opportunities. The information and/or literature is available at City Hall, community centers, the Fire Department and the Chino Hills Branch Library, and posted (whenever possible) on the City's website and newsletters. During FY 2010-11, the Neighborhood Services Division and Code Enforcement attended trainings regarding lead-based paint detection and removal. Staff distributed pamphlets and information regarding lead-based paint hazards to residents. In addition, a community workshop addressing this issue was conducted. Additional brochures were placed at community centers, City Hall, and the Chino Hills Library. Referrals to the County for additional support services and elimination of lead-based paint were provided. The City's Home Improvement Program also addresses lead-based paint hazards during inspection and funds are available for containment and/or abatement as necessary; however, there were no units that needed containment or abatement in FY 2010-11. ti`",tvi _ .. 4ncif ,#, : 4 r°' , �: fit' , r a. v `` `5 ;' . .s"r3o Housing Needs *please also refer to the Housing Needs Table in the Needs.xls workbook. 1. Describe Actions taken during the last year to foster and maintain affordable housing. Program Year 3 CAPER Housing Needs response: Housing needs identified in the City's 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan include: ▪ Preservation And Rehabilitation Of The Existing Housing Stock ■ Expanding Affordable Housing ▪ Increasing Homeownership • Removing Governmental Constraints Additionally, the Housing Needs Table 2A (also found in the 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan) identifies the following Needs and Goals by housing type and priority level as follows: Third Program Year CAPER 14 Version 2.0 22/92 City of Chino Hills Table 2A Priority Needs Summary Table - Chino Hills ...,.,:.r:,,,:,•..,e.;:.,...,y.,;,ie.a;,;li,:,..._......... ...•...:Fo-.:rc::.,;.,,,,..:,,.YFr',l ,Y;A.a, •,,v.. :,.,:,, _ ��, „ n ` PRIOE2ITY ,., rior�ty Need,Level ? Unmet VZ H .. . : ):}S1 .. HOUSING NEEDS.,•,. „ 'seeth :.:.Goals ;L 0-30% High I 106 50 Small Related 31-50% Medium ( 37 20 51-80% High ( 217 100 0-30% Medium 38 20 Large Related 31-50% Medium 42 20 51-80% Medium 59 30 1 Renter 0-30% Medium 30 15 I Elderly 31-50% Medium 35 15 51-80% Low 4 2 0-30% Medium 45 20 All Other 31-50% Medium 48 25 1 51-80% Medium 64 30 1 0-30% High 279 140 1 Owner 31-50% High 289 145 51-80% High 905 300 � Special Needs 0-80% High - 100 1 Total Goals 1,032 SCM E% clef, ue. W w_'L°'a\ri^J;.,,M.::\'.+.` M^'�'"iiy�i i xiiic �'N�ikt '.`;<at f.??\S"i.-0.°*tu:4� Y ' ...,,.v.,. s..� .:+�:ibl':•.ai$:��.^.'•wF v-.x. n:.;k.-�.....Ba 4i 3a.;.u.:,� A`�i.�: SrnL.�v.'"..• .a"�:.. u4 dC Total 215 Goals 1 Total 215 Renter Goals I 347 Total 215 Owner Goals 585 1 1. Actions Taken to Foster and Maintain Affordable Housing The City has made maintaining, improving, and increasing its affordable housing one of its top priorities in the Consolidated Plan. The City has recently developed a comprehensive plan for addressing the development of affordable housing within the City. The in-lieu housing fee, developed as part of the program, has already generated approximately $258,453 since inception that will be used to provide affordable housing opportunities within the City. Additionally, the following activities were undertaken in FY 2010-11: ■ Coordinated with the San Bernardino County Housing Authority for Section 8 o Coordinated with the San Bernardino County Community Development Department for the HOME program. Activities include a first-time homebuyers program, rental assistance, and rental rehabilitation Is Coordinated with the State Community Development Department for grants and loans and other assistance related to housing projects. Activities under this source include incentive programs for affordable housing projects ■ Coordinated with the Neighborhood Services Division and neighborhood networks to elaborate on the needs of the community ° Responded to code enforcement complaints in the low to moderate income areas. Code enforcement maintains the stability of affordable housing units and ensures that the housing units are safe. ■ Administered an in-lieu housing fee program that will generate funds for programs identified in the City's Affordable Housing Strategy; approximately $60,989 was generated in FY 2010-11 through this fee. Third Program Year CAPER 15 Version 2.0 23/92 City of Chino Hills Specific Housing Objectives 1. Evaluate progress in meeting specific objective of providing affordable housing, including the number of extremely low-income, low-income, and moderate-income renter and owner households comparing actual accomplishments with proposed goals during the reporting period. 2. Evaluate progress in providing affordable housing that meets the Section 215 definition of affordable housing for rental and owner households comparing actual accomplishments with proposed goals during the reporting period. 3. Describe efforts to address"worst-case" housing needs and housing needs of persons with disabilities. Program Year 3 CAPER Specific Housing Objectives response: The City's overall housing objectives established in the Consolidated Plan are as follows: r'- Priority 1: Preservation and Rehabilitation of Existing Housing Stock Priority Need: Priority 2: Expand Affordable Housing Priority 3: Increase Home Ownership Fair Housing: 100 households (20 annually) Five-Year Five-YObjectives: Rehabilitation: 25 households (5 annually) Goals/ Homeownership: 10 households (2 annually) Performance Indicators: Decent Housing- Availability/accessibility (DH-1) Decent Housing- Affordability (DH-2) Performance Measure: Increased proportion of 2,839 low- and moderate- income households in Chino Hills I with decent housing opportunities Sources of Funds: I CDBG; County HOME funds; Section 8 funds; others as available Geographic Distribution: I All housing programs are offered for the benefit of low- and moderate- income 1 persons/households on a communitywide basis. I 1. Progress in Meeting Specific Objectives and Priorities of Affordable Housing The following section contains information pertaining to housing projects/programs funded with CDBG funds in FY 2010-11 as well as the City's progress in meeting the specific objective of providing affordable housing as established in the Consolidated Plan: including the number of extremely low-income, low-income, and moderate-income renter- and owner-households comparing actual accomplishments with proposed goals during the reporting period: a. Fair Housing Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board; The City's Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant Mediation Program provide needed fair housing services to the community, including landlord/tenant mediation services, community outreach, education, and workshops; all of which are provided through Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board. Priority 2: Expand Affordable Housing Five-Year Objective/Priority: 1100 households FY 2010-11 Objective: 20 households Fair Housing 68 households Landlord/Tenant Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC1 Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Objective/Outcome: I Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) FY 2010-11 Allocation: $16,000 CDBG (out of 20-percent Admin Cap) • Third Program Year CAPER 16 Version 2.0 24/92 City of Chino Hills > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $16,000 was expended on fair housing and landlord/tenant services, which benefitted 146 people. Eight (8) people/households were provided with fair housing discrimination complaint services, seven of which all were low-income and one was extremely low-income. In addition, 138 people were provided with landlord/tenant services, of which 47 were extremely low-income; 26 were very low-income; 30 were low-income; and 35 were moderate-income (all renter households). ➢ In FY 2008-09, $15,000.10 was expended, which benefited 10 people (2 households). Of those people, 4 were low-income and 6 were moderate-income renter-households. Additionally, 34 households were assisted with landlord/tenant mediation services, which benefited 107 people. Of these people, 14 were extremely low-income renter households; 15 were low-income renter households; 46 were moderate-income renter households. In FY 2009-10, $16,000 was expended on fair housing and landlord/tenant services, which benefitted 117 people. Four (4) people/households were provided with fair housing services, of which all were low-income and 113 people (35 households) were provided with landlord/tenant services, of which 29 were extremely low-income renter households; 18 were very low-income renter households; 23 were low-income renter households; and 43 were moderate-income renter households. While the agency did not meet its annual goal for fair housing, it is difficult to affect the number of people discriminated against and/or the reporting of such incidents. The agency exceeded its goal for landlord/tenant mediation services. To date, 22 people have received fair housing services and 358 people have received landlord/tenant mediation services. b. Rehabilitation Chino Hills Home improvement Proaram /HIGP): This program offers grants in the amount of $500 to $2,000 to qualifying low- and moderate-income households to rehabilitate their property, address code violations and/or safety issues. Priority 1: Preservation and Rehabilitation of Existing Housing Stock Five-Year Objective/Priority: 25 households FY 2010-11 Objective: Assist approximately 5 households. Benefit: Low- and Moderate-Income Housing (LMH" Geographic Distribution: Citywide Performance Measure Objective/Outcome: Decent Housing/Availability/accessibility (DH-1) FY 2010-11 Allocation: Prior Year CDBG > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $2,000 was expended through the Home Improvement Grant Program, which provided 1 household with a home repair grant. In FY 2008-09, $3,903.89 was expended through the Home Improvement Grant Program, which provided 2 households with home repair grants. In FY 2009-10, $9,501 was expended through the Home Improvement Grant Program, which provided 4 households with home repair grants. All seven (7) households were low-income owner- households. The program did not meet its goal; however, there are still two years left of the Consolidated Plan period for the City to achieve the five-year goals. To date, seven (7) low-income owner- households have been assisted. Third Program Year CAPER 17 Version 2.0 25/92 City of Chino Hills c. Homeownership Priority 3: Increase Home Ownership Five-Year Objective/Priority: 110 households FY 2010-11 Objective: I Assist approximately 2 households. Benefit: I Low-arid Moderate-Income Housing (LMH) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Objective/Outcome: I Decent Housing/Affordability (DI-I-2) FY 2010-11 Allocation: N/A Cumulative Accomplishments; The City has not specifically funded a homeownership program; however, Habitat for Humanity is building homes that will address the goal of providing homeownership opportunities for one low-income renter family. In addition, the City partnered with the County of San Bernardino to apply for Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funding to assist low- and moderate-income homeowners facing foreclosure. The annual goal was not met. To date, one low-income renter-household has been assisted. While the City partnered with the County, who aggressively marketed the program, ultimately the funds were de-obligated; which did not allow the City to meet its goal. 2. Progress in Providing Affordable Housing that Meets the Section 215 Definition Affordable housing is generally defined as housing where the occupant is paying no more than 30 percent of gross income for gross housing costs, including utility costs. The Section 215 definition of affordable housing is defined in 24 CFR 92.252 for rental housing and 24 CFR 254 for homeownership which is as follows: • Rental Housing: A rental housing unit is considered to be an affordable housing unit if it is occupied by a low-income family or individual and bears a rent that is the lesser of (1) the Existing Section 8 Fair Market Rent (FMR) for comparable units in the area or, (2) 30 percent of the adjusted income of a family whose income equals 65 percent of the median income for the area. An exception is for those cases where, depending on the prevailing market conditions, HUD specifically establishes higher or lower FMR's for a jurisdiction. • Home ownership: Principal residence; and (2) has a sale price which does not exceed the mortgage limit for the type of single family housing for the area under HUD's single family insuring authority under the National Housing Ad. • Housing that is to be rehabilitated, but is already owned by a family when assistance is provided qualifies as affordable if the housing (1) is occupied by a low-income family which uses the housing as its principal residence and (2) has a value, after rehabilitation, that does not exceed the mortgage limit for the type of single family housing for the area, as described in 2(a) above. The number of households assisted with housing that meet the Section 215 definition of affordable housing for rental and homeownership are as follows: ➢ To date, seven (7) low-income (30-51%MFI) owner-households have been assisted through the City's Home Improvement Grant Program and one low-income renter-household has been assisted through Habitat for Humanity. Third Program Year CAPER 18 Version 2.0 26/92 City of Chino Hills 3. Worst-Case Housing Needs and Housing Needs of Disabled Persons Worst-case housing needs are defined as low-income renter-households who pay more than half their income for rent, live in seriously substandard housing (which includes homeless people) or have been involuntarily displaced. Actions the City has taken to meet the worst- case housing needs include funding: House of Ruth, which helps provide shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children; Project Sister which helps the elderly; and the Home Improvement Grant Program, which assists low-income homeowners with grants for home repair, many of which are elderly and live in mobile homes. In addition, the City funds a Code Enforcement Program that seeks to address health and safety issues such as substandard housing conditions. In order to meet the housing needs of the disabled population, the City complies with all state and federal requirements for accessibility in housing. Furthermore, the City contracts with Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board, which provides fair housing and landlord/tenant services, which benefit many disabled people that are denied a reasonable accommodation. • Public Housing Strategy 1. Describe actions taken during the last year to improve public housing and resident initiatives. Program Year 3 CAPER Public Housing Strategy response: 1. Actions Taken to Improve Public Housing and Resident Initiatives There are no public housing units in Chino Hills. Therefore there were no Planned Actions to Foster Public Housing Improvements and Resident Initiatives. The nearest units, administered by the San Bernardino County Housing Authority, are located in the City of Chino. Barriers to Affordable Housing 1. Describe actions taken during the last year to eliminate barriers to affordable housing, Program Year 3 CAPER Barriers to Affordable Housing response: 1. Actions Taken to Eliminate Barriers to Affordable Housing Actions of the City can have an impact on the price and availability of housing in the City. As part of the City's Housing Element Update, the City is working on creating an affordable housing plan to remove barriers to affordable housing. An in-lieu fee was approved during the update, which has generated approximately $258,453 in funds for the City's Affordable Housing Plan. In addition, the City is reviewing land use regulatory controls, site improvement requirements, building codes, fees, and other local programs to improve the quality of housing. The City is seeking funding opportunities and coordinating County and State agencies on the development of programs, which will eliminate barriers to affordable housing in Chino Hills, and Habitat for Humanity has agreed to build an affordable housing unit in Los Serranos. The City also utilizes the following programs to remove barriers to affordable housing: • Expedited Project Review: This program provides fast track permit processing for projects with an affordable component. The City will continue to assist developers and non-profit entities with financing and priority processing for affordable housing projects, . Third Program'..,..:,_ .... . ,, . __W Year CAPER 19 Version 2.0 27/92 City of Chino Hills ▪ Development Fees Deferment: This program reduces fees for affordable housing projects. The City will continue to defer the payment of fees until the issuance of building permits. • In-lieu Housing Fee: This program is aimed at generating funds for the City's affordable housing programs. HOME/American Dream Down Payment Initiative (ADDI) 1. Assessment of Relationship of HOME Funds to Goals and Objectives a. Evaluate progress made toward meeting goals for providing affordable housing using HOME funds, including the number and types of households served. 2. HOME Match Report a. Use HOME Match Report HUD-40107-A to report on match contributions for the period covered by the Consolidated Plan program year. 3. HOME MBE and WBE Report a. Use Part III of HUD Form 40107 to report contracts and subcontracts with Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBEs). 4. Assessments a. Detail results of on-site inspections of rental housing. b. Describe the HOME jurisdiction's affirmative marketing actions. c. Describe outreach to minority and women owned businesses. Program Year 3 CAPER HOME/ADDI response: The City does not receive these funds; rather they participate in the HOME Consortium of the County of San Bernardino, who administers various programs using these funds.$ Homeless Needs *Please also refer to the Homeless Needs Table in the Needs.xls workbook. 1. Identify actions taken to address needs of homeless persons. 2. Identify actions to help homeless persons make the transition to permanent housing and independent living. 3. Identify new Federal resources obtained from Homeless SuperNOFA. Program Year 3 CAPER Homeless Needs response: Homeless needs were identified as a low priority in the 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan; however the City realizes that homelessness is a regional issue and has taken various actions to assist in meeting the needs of homeless persons. Below is HUD Table 1C, which summarizes the City's Homeless programs, goals and objectives. Third Program Year CAPER 20 Version 2.0 28/92 City of ChHills Table 1C Summary of Specific Homeless/Special Needs Objectives (Table Homeless Objectives Participation in the San 1 Bernardino County # »� h»rne|esmPe$P|e 30Homeless People SL-1 served Homeless Coalition (Cumulative for all 2 HouseofRUih # nfdonnesbcviolence service providers) SL-1 victims served 4 of abused and 200 People with Sia| 3 Hillview Acres neglected children Needs (Cumulative for 3L-1 served all service oroviders) 1" Actions Taken to Address the Needs of the Homeless Population This section outlines the process to maintain and fill the gaps in the Continuum of Care Model for the homeless in the combined continuum area of the City of Chino Hills and the County of San Bernardino. FY 2010-11 was the sixth year that the City participated in and assisted in building the regional Continuum of Care for the homeless and those at-risk of becoming homeless. The City had not participated in the Continuum of Care prior to this year because homelessness has not been an apparent issue in Chino Hills. However, as demonstrated through the needs analysis of the Consolidated Plan, the City recognizes that approximately 10 percent of lower-income households in Chinn Hills are at-risk of becoming homeless. In addition, families and individuals living in poverty and female victims of domestic violence are noted to be at higher risk, thus the City has funded House of Ruth. The following provides a detailed summary of the accomplishments of the homeless made by the City during FY 2010-11 to address the unmet need and/or gaps identified in the Consolidated Plan and by the Homeless Coalition: Homeless Prevention: The City of Chino Hills participated in many of the quarterly Homeless Coalition meetings. These meetings served as a forum to share information and for homeless providers and interested agencies to network. In addition, the City provided referrals (food, clothing, and utility assistance), information and outreach to area residents through the Community Services Department and the Neighborhood Services Division. Enneroencv Shelter: There are currently no emergency shelter facilities in the City of Chino Hills. There are, however, a number of agencies in the area that provide for these services. Is House of Ruth offers 24-hour emergency shelter, transportation, counseling for approximately 100 battered women and their children. Serving the west-end of San Bernardino County and east-end of Los Angeles County, House of Ruth is the only domestic violence shelter in the area. During FY I010-11, the City funded this project with $4,000. Is Homeless Outreach Programs and Education (HOPE) provides cold weather shelter for the homeless in Ontario and the west area of San Bernardino County. Shelter is provided in the form of vouchers issued from a facility at 213 N. Fern Avenue in Ontario. The vouchers are funded in part by the County's Emergency Shelter Grant. .` ~~...-... .`.-�~...~~....~~ Third Program Year CAPER 21 Version 2.0 29/92 City of Chino Hills • Salvation Army operates two homeless shelters in the City of San Bernardino. In addition, the Salvation Army issues shelter vouchers at six locations throughout San Bernardino County. • Hillview Acres provides shelter, counseling, referrals and information to abused and neglected children. • County of San Bernardino Human Services System administers Temporary Assistance to Needy Families. The program provides vouchers to qualified homeless families with children to purchase temporary or permanent shelter, or to assist with living expenses. • San Bernardino County Community Services Department (CSD) operates a Federal Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Food and Shelter Program, which provides emergency shelter vouchers and emergency food and utility assistance. In addition, stipends are provided for making a mortgage payment on a home threatened with foreclosure. 2. Actions to Help Homeless Persons Transition to Permanent Housing and Independent Living Transitional Housino: The Boys Republic began construction on a Transitional Housing Project in Chino Hills. The project includes four duplexes (eight two-bedroom units), which will provide transitional student housing for graduates while they are completing their vocational training before they establish themselves off campus. The duplexes are completed and occupied. Additionally, the following transitional shelters provide for the homeless in the area: • The Foothill Family Shelter began as St. Mark's Homeless Shelter and currently serves as a transitional facility for homeless families with children from the west end of San Bernardino County and the east end of Los Angeles county. The Shelter has eight two-bedroom apartments, which are fully furnished and offered free for a maximum of 90 days. • Inland Temporary Homes provides transitional shelter for four families. Families are required to set-aside 80% of their income, which is placed in an account for when they leave the shelter. Shelter is provided up to six months. 3. New Federal Resources Obtained From Homeless SuperNOFA No new Federal Funding was received. Specific Homeless Prevention Elements 1. Identify actions taken to prevent homelessness. Program Year 3 CAPER Specific Housing Prevention Elements response: 1. Actions Taken To Prevent Homelessness Homeless Su000rt Services: CDBG funds were utilized to fund House of Ruth in the amount of $4,000, which provides homeless support services in addition to shelter for battered women and their children. The City also funded the Chino Hills Literacy Program in the amount of $21,000 to help persons develop skills integral to job skills and personal growth, and the Chino Valley Unified School District in the amount of $2,512.15 to provide 25 homeless youth with counseling, school supplies, transportation, tutoring, case management, and referral services. In addition, the City provides a Summer Youth Employment Program and a Volunteer Program, Year CAPER 22,_.. Version Third Program 2.0 /92 City of Chino Hills designed to integrate and enhance job skills. The following other agencies provided additional services during FY 2010-11: • Catholic Charities provides food, clothing and/or rent vouchers to women and children who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. • Chino Neighborhood House provides emergency food and clothing to very low-income households. Funds for the program are derived from donations and the United Way. • Homeless Outreach and Referral Program provides food, clothing, housing referrals, legal services, dental and medical services, and showers for the homeless. • Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB) provide landlord/ tenant mediation services to prevent potential homelessness as a result of landlord/tenant disputes. In addition, IFHMB maintains a list of affordable housing for those needing assistance with finding affordable units. During FY 2010-11, the City funded this agency with $16,000 in CDBG funds. Mentally Ill: Mental health services are provided by the County of San Bernardino and local hospitals and agencies. • The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health administers a Homeless Mentally Ill Program, which contracts with ENLIGHTMENT in Ontario and seven other agencies throughout the County for shelter, counseling, crisis intervention, employment and housing referrals. ■ The San Bernardino County Department of Mental Health provides various health services, including homeless outreach services. • Chino Multiple Diagnosis Clinic provides psychiatric and psychological support for persons with multiple diagnosis of mental illness. Substance Abuse: There are no substance abuse facilities in the City of Chino Hills; however, the following are offered to persons needing assistance. ■ Chino Community Services, Chino Multiple Diagnosis Clinic, and Chino Valley Psychological Center provide outpatient treatment and substance abuse counseling, information, referrals, and prevention and education. During FY 2010-11, the City of Chino Hills secured a Human Services Contract with the City of Chino for prevention and intervention activities at local schools. • San Bernardino County Department of Public Health has a branch office in Chino. Programs include alcohol and drug education and prevention services. Persons with HIV/ AIDS: AIDS services are funded by the County of San Bernardino Department of Health Services. Services provided include primary health care, mental health counseling, in-homecare and treatment services, dental, case management, recreation/ social outreach and education, and transportation services. The following agencies also provide services for persons infected with HIV and AIDS in San Bernardino County. ■ Inland Aids Project maintains the following housing for persons with AIDS: four 2- bedroom units in San Bernardino; two 2-bedroom units in Ontario; one chemical dependency recovery house with six beds; and one six-bed residential care facility. • Foothill Aids Project provides support services and vouchers (10) for long-term housing subsidies for people living with HIV/ AIDS. Domestic Violence: House of Ruth provides shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic violence and their children. As stated, the City of Chino Hills funded this project with Third Program Year CAPER 23 Version 2.0 31/92 City of Chino Hills $4,000 in CDBG funds during FY 2010-i1. Chino Community Services provides domestic violence counseling, family counseling, and referrals. Chronic Homelessness: All of the above mentioned components are utilized to address the need of the chronically homeless, which is defined as "an unaccompanied homeless individual with a disabling condition who has either been continuously homeless for a year or more, or has had at least four episodes of homelessness in the past three years". Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) 1. Identify actions to address emergency shelter and transitional housing needs of homeless individuals and families (including significant subpopulations such as those living on the streets). 2. Assessment of Relationship of ESG Funds to Goals and Objectives a. Evaluate progress made in using ESG funds to address homeless and homeless prevention needs, goals, and specific objectives established in the Consolidated Plan. b. Detail how ESG projects are related to implementation of comprehensive homeless planning strategy, including the number and types of individuals and persons in households served with ESG funds. 3. Matching Resources a. Provide specific sources and amounts of new funding used to meet match as required by 42 USC 11375(a)(1), including cash resources, grants, and staff salaries, as well as in-kind contributions such as the value of a building or lease, donated materials, or volunteer time. 4. State Method of Distribution a. States must describe their method of distribution and how it rated and selected its local government agencies and private nonprofit organizations acting as subrecipients. 5. Activity and Beneficiary Data a. Completion of attached Emergency Shelter Grant Program Performance Chart or other reports showing ESGP expenditures by type of activity. Also describe any problems in collecting, reporting, and evaluating the reliability of this information. b. Homeless Discharge Coordination i. As part of the government developing and implementing a homeless discharge coordination policy, ESG homeless prevention funds may be used to assist very- low income individuals and families at risk of becoming homeless after being released from publicly funded institutions such as health care facilities, foster care or other youth facilities, or corrections institutions or programs. c. Explain how your government is instituting a homeless discharge coordination policy, and how ESG homeless prevention funds are being used in this effort. Program Year 3 CAPER ESG response: The County of San Bernardino administers ESG funds. Third Program Year CAPER 24 Version 2.0 32/92 City of Chino Hills comfriu, s . � �I $A_ . IS $ ` `, 14, Community Development *Please also refer to the Community Development Table in the Needs.xls workbook. 1. Assessment of Relationship of CDBG Funds to Goals and Objectives a. Assess use of CDBG funds in relation to the priorities, needs, goals, and specific objectives in the Consolidated Plan, particularly the highest priority activities. b. Evaluate progress made toward meeting goals for providing affordable housing using CDBG funds, including the number and types of households served. c. Indicate the extent to which CDBG funds were used for activities that benefited extremely low-income, low-income, and moderate-income persons. 2. Changes in Program Objectives a. Identify the nature of and the reasons for any changes in program objectives and how the jurisdiction would change its program as a result of its experiences. 3. Assessment of Efforts in Carrying Out Planned Actions a. Indicate how grantee pursued all resources indicated in the Consolidated Plan. b. Indicate how grantee provided certifications of consistency in a fair and impartial manner. c. Indicate how grantee did not hinder Consolidated Plan implementation by action or willful inaction. 4. For Funds Not Used for National Objectives a. Indicate how use of CDBG funds did not meet national objectives. b. Indicate how did not comply with overall benefit certification. 5. Anti-displacement and Relocation - for activities that involve acquisition, rehabilitation or demolition of occupied real property a. Describe steps actually taken to minimize the amount of displacement resulting from the CDBG-assisted activities. b. Describe steps taken to identify households, businesses, farms or nonprofit organizations who occupied properties subject to the Uniform Relocation Act or Section 104(d) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, and whether or not they were displaced, and the nature of their needs and preferences. c. Describe steps taken to ensure the timely issuance of information notices to displaced households, businesses, farms, or nonprofit organizations. 6. Low/Mod Job Activities - for economic development activities undertaken where jobs were made available but not taken by low- or moderate-income persons a. Describe actions taken by grantee and businesses to ensure first consideration was or will be given to low/mod persons. b. List by job title of all the permanent jobs created/retained and those that were made available to low/mod persons. c. If any of jobs claimed as being available to low/mod persons require special skill, work experience, or education, provide a description of steps being taken or that will be taken to provide such skills, experience, or education. 7. Low/Mod Limited Clientele Activities - for activities not falling within one of the categories of presumed limited clientele low and moderate income benefit a. Describe how the nature, location, or other information demonstrates the activities benefit a limited clientele at least 51% of whom are low- and moderate-income. 8. Program income received a. Detail the amount of program income reported that was returned to each individual revolving fund, e.g., housing rehabilitation, economic development, or other type of revolving fund. Third Program Year CAPER 25 Version 2.0 33/92 City of Chino Hills b. Detail the amount repaid on each float-funded activity. c. Detail all other loan repayments broken down by the categories of housing rehabilitation, economic development, or other. d. Detail the amount of income received from the sale of property by parcel. 9. Prior period adjustments - where reimbursement was made this reporting period for expenditures (made in previous reporting periods) that have been disallowed, provide the following information: a. The activity name and number as shown in IDIS; b. The program year(s) in which the expenditure(s) for the disallowed activity(ies) was reported; c. The amount returned to line-of-credit or program account; and d. Total amount to be reimbursed and the time period over which the reimbursement is to be made, if the reimbursement is made with multi-year payments. 10.Loans and other receivables a. List the principal balance for each float-funded activity outstanding as of the end of the reporting period and the date(s) by which the funds are expected to be received. b. List the total number of other loans outstanding and the principal balance owed as of the end of the reporting period. c. List separately the total number of outstanding loans that are deferred or forgivable, the principal balance owed as of the end of the reporting period, and the terms of the deferral or forgiveness. d. Detail the total number and amount of loans made with CDBG funds that have gone into default and for which the balance was forgiven or written off during the reporting period. e. Provide a List of the parcels of property owned by the grantee or its sub-recipients that have been acquired or improved using CDBG funds and that are available for sale as of the end of the reporting period. 11.Lump sum agreements a. Provide the name of the financial institution. b. Provide the date the funds were deposited. c. Provide the date the use of funds commenced. d. Provide the percentage of funds disbursed within 180 days of deposit in the institution. 12.Housing Rehabilitation - for each type of rehabilitation program for which projects/units were reported as completed during the program year a. Identify the type of program and number of projects/units completed for each program. b. Provide the total CDBG funds involved in the program. c. Detail other public and private funds involved in the project. 13.Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies - for grantees that have HUD-approved neighborhood revitalization strategies a. Describe progress against benchmarks for the program year. For grantees with Federally-designated EZs or ECs that received HUD approval for a neighborhood revitalization strategy, reports that are required as part of the EZ/EC process shall suffice for purposes of reporting progress. Program Year 3 CAPER Community Development response: The City' Consolidated Plan identified several community development needs. The following chart illustrates the needs of the non-homeless special needs populations. Third Program Year CAPER 26 Version 2.0 34/92 City of Chino Hills Table 1B Special Needs (Non-Homeless) Populations - Chino Hills n "airite ,. '. ., e V. n h s' .s i tgil r >,'. zs-5$+'� �,�' �,�`.�s r...., �a l3_ .I r _. 8 N. , -... .,. .. Y. �,r _ .. .. �''I•, h r g ca *" Elderly High 2,828 people ( $10,000 500 people Frail Elderly I High I 888 people I $10,000 400 people I Severe Mental Illness ( Medium I 668 people I $5,000 I 300 people Developmentally Medium 668 to 2,004 $5,000 300 people Disabled people Physically Disabled I Medium 2,015 people I $5,000 I 500 people Persons w/ 3,226 and 250 men Alcohol/Other Drug Medium 3,687 men and $5,000 100 women Addictions 1,443 women Persons w/HIV/AIDS ( Low I 58 people I $0 I 0 people TOTAL 13,591 people $40,000 2,350 people 1. Assessment of the Relationship of CDBG Funds to Goals and Objectives During FY 2010-11, the City spent CDBG funds in three primary categories established as High Consolidated Plan priorities: Housing Preservation and Rehabilitation, Infrastructure Improvements, and Community Services. The Narrative below illustrates the City's progress in meeting the priority non-housing community development needs one-year goals and objectives for community development as outlined in the FY 2010-11 Annual Action Plan, as related to the 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan priorities. During FY 2010-11, the following public facilities, public improvements, public service, and economic development projects were undertaken (relation to the five-year objectives, HUD required performance measures/objectives and annual goals are included): a. Infrastructure and Facility Improvements .w$ . S„x �:":, : tft ni ; lit�n.re 'a" NSISEO 7;5``"r .'. ;,` Priority Need Priority 5: Improve the Infrastructure of Deteriorating Neighborhoods Priority 6: Provide Needed Community Facilities Five-Year Goals/Objectives: 5 Community Facility and Infrastructure Improvements Performance Indicators I Suitable Living Environment (Availability/accessibility) Performance Measure: ( Improved facilities in target areas Sources of Funds: I CDBG; HOME; County funds; among others Geographic Distribution: Public improvements occur in the low to moderate- income census tracts and block groups of primarily residential neighborhoods for the benefit of those residents. Third Program Year CAPER 27 Version 2.0 35/92 City of Chino Hills Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements; This program provides needed infrastructure improvements in Los Serranos, including storm drains, catch basins, curbs, gutters, and streets. The City will complete phase one of the project and construct 20,858 linear feet of storm drains; 84,270 sq. feet pf sidewalks; 14,946 linear feet of curbs and gutters, 8,427 linear feet of streets (length); 12,402 sq. feet of driveways; 73 catch basins and 10 storm drains. Funding for this project will be offset by the General Fund, previous year CDBG funds, and other local resources. Five-Year Objective: 15 facilities (1 annually) FY 2010-11 Objective: I 1 facility Benefit: I Low- and Moderate-Income Area (LMA) Geographic Distribution: I Los Serranos Census Tract 1.10 Block Groups 1-5 Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I $261,365 CDBG and $114,977 CDBG-R through substantial amendment ➢ Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, the City completed the Los Serranos Infrastructure Phase 2B - storm drain project (August 2010) and released retention accrued in FY 09-10. Approximately $638,400 has been expended in CDBG funds and $114,977 in CDBG-R in FY 09-10; plus FY 09-10 Gas Tax funds in the amount of $234,100. The City also designed Los Serranos Infrastructure Phase 2A - sidewalk on Pipeline from Valle Vista to Glen Ridge in FY 10-11 at a cost of $23,038.57 and a construction contract was awarded June 14, 2011. The project provides needed infrastructure improvements in Los Serranos benefiting approximately 4,000 low- and moderate-income people living in Census Tract 1.10 Block Groups 1-5. P1 2009-10: The Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements Phase 1B - Storm Drain project was completed. All storm drain mainline and associated laterals and catch basin facilities in the following locations have been constructed: 1. Valle Vista Avenue from Del Norte Avenue to Los Serranos Boulevard 2. Descanso Avenue from Valle Vista Avenue to Sierra Vista Drive The construction of the project started in January 13, 2010 and was completed on April 30, 2010. Work completed for the project included: traffic control, underground utility pothole, construction of storm drainage system comprising of approximately 1,938 linear feet of 24- inch to 42-inch reinforced concrete pipes, 21 catch basins and 660 linear feet of lateral connector pipes, 21 local depressions, 9 manholes, 2 transition structures and other related work. Work covered by the CDBG-R included construction of the 228 linear feet of 6-feet wide by 3-feet high reinforced concrete box storm drain conduit, 2 transition structures, removal of existing headwall to tie-in new storm drain system with the existing, and mobilization. The project met its annual goal. To date, approximately 4,000 low- and moderate-income people living in Census Tract 1.10 Block Groups 1-5 have been assisted. Third Program Year CAPER 28 Version 2.0 36/92 City of Chino Hills b. Special Needs Services 3�r T .v..� y^F'r4i," � .?rX ' '115ft .: `s"�'ef:Sy - ',11 .r'�.4 J�.J'. �J€aye _iit ii, „-i•. _.&. kfr� :41( -,; Priority Need j Priority 7: Provide Needed Community Services Five-Year Goals/Objectives: 1,000 people cumulative for all services Performance Indicators Suitable Living Environment (Availability/accessibility) Performance Measure: As a proportion of the people with special needs in the City Sources of Funds: CDBG; HOME; County funds; among others Geographic Distribution: Public services are available to Income qualified persons in need communitywide Chino Hills Literacy Program: Provides literacy services to the Chino Hills' residents. Five-Year Objective: 1200 people (with special needs) FY 2010-11 Objective: 148 oeople (illiterate adults) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I $21,000 CDBG > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $21,000 was expended on the literacy program and 136 people were provided services, In IY 2008-09, $19,574.29 was expended and 68 people were assisted. In FY 2009-10, $19,928,86 was expended and 170 people were provided services. The agency exceeded the annual goal. To date, 374 people have been assisted. House of Ruth: Provides shelter, counseling, referrals and information to battered women and their children. Five-Year Objective: 1500 people(with special needs) FY 2010-11 Objective: 1200 oeople (victims of domestic violence) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (5L-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I $4,000 CDBG > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $4,000 was expended on domestic violence services, which benefitted 60 people and an additional 219 youth that attended educational assemblies at three different high schools for a total of 279 people. In FY 2008-09, $4,000 was expended and 112 people were assisted. An additional 440 people received domestic violence prevention education. In FY 2009-10, $4,000 was expended on domestic violence services, which benefitted 139 people. The agency exceeded its annual goal. To date, a total of 311 people have been provided direct services, and an additional 659 people received domestic violence prevention education. Hillview Acres Children's Home: Provides residential care to severely abused and neglected children, a private school to help educate these children and family services including counseling, foster care, and rehabilitation. Third Program Year CAPER 29 Version 2.0 37/92 City of Chino Hills Five-Year Objective: 1100 people(with special needs) FY 2010-11 Objective: 15 people (victims of abuse) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure ( Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I N/A ➢ Cumulative Accomplishments: This project was cancelled in FY 2008-09 due to the agency not being able to meet the program requirements. Funds in the amount of $22,000 will be reallocated. d. Youth Services Chino Valley Unified School District:, Provides a Children's Academic Recovery Education (CARE) program. The goal of the CARE program is to keep homeless children in school. Services include school supplies, transportation, tutoring, and case management. CDBG funding will assist in providing counseling/case management and supplies to the students in Chino Hills. Five-Year Objective: 1100 people(with special needs) FY 2010-11 Objective: 125 people (youth) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I N/A > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2009-10, $2,512.15 was expended on the CARE program which benefitted 25 homeless youth and their families. The agency met its annual goal. To date, a total of 25 people have been served. Recreation Division Day Camp Scholarships: Provides scholarships to qualified residents to attend Summer Day Camp. Five-Year Objective: 1100 people(with special needs) FY 2010-11 Objective: 18 people (youth) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I $18,100 CDBG ➢ Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $15,624 was expended on camp scholarships that benefitted 16 low- and moderate-income youth. Scholarship recipients participated in 9 weeks of Summer Day Camp, participated in arts and craft projects, games, movie days, Party Friday's, and ended the summer with a Talent Show. Twice a week campers went on a field trip to various places in Southern California. In FY 2008-09, $10,800 was expended and 10 low- and moderate-income youth were assisted. In FY 20009-10, $8,640 was expended on camp scholarships that benefitted eight (8) low- and moderate-income youth. The agency met its annual goal. To date, a total of 34 people have been served. Third Program Year CAPER 30 Version 2.0 38/92 City of Chino Hills Together We Rise: Provides services for underprivileged children. The goal is to provide exclusive events for children in areas with limited opportunities. -1-WR addresses the increasing child obesity rate by providing sports programs and recreational programs to the children within the Los Serranos area. These events are designed to offer a community alternative to the youth to deter them from illegal activities. Five-Year Objective: 1100 people (with special needs) FY 2010-11 Objective: 1200 people (youth) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability(SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I $12,000 CDBG )> Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, this activity was cancelled and funds will be reallocated. In FY 2009-10, $11,969.87 was expended and 137 youth were provided diversion type activities. The agency did not meet its annual goal. To date, a total of 137 people have been served. West End YMCA: Provides reduced fee childcare to low- and moderate-income families in the Chino Valley Unified School. Five-Year Objective: 11.000 people cumulative for all services FY 2011-12 Objective: 120 People (youth) Benefit: I Low- and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/ Objective/Outcome: Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) FY 2010-11 Allocation: ( $7,500 CDBG ➢ Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, this activity expended $7,500 in CDBG funds and 12 youth and their families were provided reduced fee childcare. The agency did not meet its annual goal. To date, a total of 12 people have been served. e. Senior Services Project Sister: Provides Senior Safety Programs to protect seniors from assault, robbery, financial exploitation, and counseling. Five-Year Objective: 1500 people (seniors) FY 2010-11 Cbjective: 1200 people(seniors) Benefit: I Low-and Moderate-Income Limited Clientele (LMC) Geographic Distribution: I Citywide Performance Measure Suitable Living Environment/Accessibility and Availability (SL-1) Objective/Outcome: FY 2010-11 Allocation: I N/A ➢ Cumulative Accomplishments: This project was cancelled in FY 2008-09 due to the agency not being able to meet the program requirements. Funds in the amount of $4,000 were reallocated. The agency was not funded in FY 2010-11. f. Code Enforcement Third Program Year CAPER 31 Version 2.0 39/92 City of Chino Hills This program provides proactive code enforcement in CDBG target areas. CDBG-funded Code Enforcement activities will focus primarily on the correction of housing code and building code violations in the target neighborhoods. In collaboration with the City's housing rehabilitation programs, Code Enforcement staff refers eligible households to appropriate programs for assistance. On »:,. ,. . .r4.-. ' Nim er "ex" r e. .:, Er,,es ' *;�': '.,. -. "et r Priority Need ( Priority 1: Preservation and Rehabilitation of Existing Housing Stock Five-Year Goals/Objectives: 15,000 Households (1,000 annually) Performance Indicators I Suitable Living Environment(Sustainability) Performance Measure: ( Number of substandard housing units made safe, as a proportion of the housing units inspected. General funds will be the primary source of funds for this program. Any code Sources of Funds: enforcement funded with CDBG funds will be performed in the low- and moderate- income areas,focusing on buildino code violations. Geographic Distribution: I Communitywide and Target Areas > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $322,795 of general fund monies was expended. Citywide, 1,045 housing units were inspected, of which 162 came from the Los Serranos and Sleepy Hollow low- and moderate-income target areas. In FY 2008-09, $330,563 of general fund monies was expended. Citywide, 941 housing units were inspected, of which 119 came from the Los Serranos and Sleepy Hollow low- and moderate-income target areas. In FY 2009-10, $316,546 of general fund monies was expended. Citywide, 999 housing units were inspected, of which 211 came from the Los Serranos and Sleepy Hollow low- and moderate-income target areas. The project exceeded its annual goal. To date, a total of 2,985 housing units have been inspected, 492 of which came from the Los Serranos and Sleepy Hollow low- and moderate- income target areas. g. Economic Development The City of Chino Hills works actively to attract the business community to the area. The Community Development Department maintains contacts and relationships with business owners and developers to create a strong economic base for the City and create jobs. In addition, staff attends conferences, training, and seminars geared at helping this "new" city expand business opportunities; however CDBG funds are not currently used to fund these activities. �4 . . �. ' - si —;'$zs. acam �m �t ci sy _ io3a " �a� #Priority Need Priority6P Ovide Needed Community Facilities Five-Year Goals/Objectives: 5 jobs (1 annually) 1 Performance Indicators Economic Opportunity (Availability/accessibility) 1 Performance Measure: Number of jobs made available to low and moderate- income persons either 1 through creation or retention Sources of Funds: ' CDBG; Economic Development Initiatives; Tax Increment; among others Geographic Distribution: Economic development and commercial rehabilitation efforts will be focused in 1 the low to moderate- income target areas. , Cumulative Accomplishments: Approximately $69,419 of general fund monies was expended on economic development in FY 2010-11. Accomplishments were as follows: Third Program Year CAPER 32 Version 2.0 40/92 City of Chino Hills ■ Staff attended the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Vegas event in May 2011 to promote the City. This included setting up a city booth, advertising in industry magazines for the event and providing marketing brochures to specific businesses and thanking those already in Chino Hills. Expenditures were approximately $7,850 in advertising and approximately $4,473 for the actual event. ■ Staff has recently attended the ICSC Western Division Conference, which was held in San Diego on September 7-9, 2011. This also included setting up a city booth at the event and advertising in industry magazines for the event. For this event approximately $3,650 was budgeted for advertising and $3,590 was budgeted for the actual event. Approximately $39,212 of general fund monies was expended on economic development in FY 2009-10. Accomplishments achieved by the City during FY 2008-09 and FY 2009-10 included: ■ The Chino Hills Demographic, Economic & Quality of Life Data study was updated in FY 2008-09; it included an overall profile of the Inland Empire's market and it's affects on Chino Hills. This study serves as the basis for the development of an Economic Development Strategy in future years. ■ Staff attended several Economic Development related functions including the International Council of Shopping Centers' (ICSC) Long Beach and the convention in Las Vegas. ICSC is the global trade association of the shopping center industry with 70,000 members worldwide. These events are attended by shopping center owners, developers, consultants, investors, retailers, and other professionals including academic and public officials. These networking opportunities allowed staff to promote the City to potential developers, retailers and to thank businesses already in the City. Staff was also able to discuss economic development related efforts with other public attendees and meet with consultants. ■ Staff joined CoreNet Global, which is the world's leading professional association for corporate real estate and workplace executives serving leading multinational companies. CoreNet was specifically joined to promote the office developments in the City. ■ An interactive map for the City's website was developed that displays all the major shopping centers, office developments and vacant land in the City. This map will assist a resident looking for a specific store, a developer who is searching for land for the next big project or a broker who is looking for a site for his client. ■ All of the City's marketing material was undated in FY 2008-09, including the City's marketing brochure, the exhibit booth and information posted on the City's website. This effort will provide developers, retailers and investors with the most current information related to the City. ■ In an effort to improve Economic Development related reporting, a leasing report was developed that is updated monthly and provided to City Council. The report is intended to monitor commercial leasing activity and tenant changes within the City. ■ Finally, the City entered into an agreement with The County of San Bernardino's Department of Economic Development to have a Workforce Development Specialist hold office hours in City Hall once a week. This Specialist is currently providing business development services to local businesses. Administration and Planning Needs CDBG program funds are used to cover costs for salaries, services, supplies, and general overhead. The CDBG program for Chino Hills is delivered by the Community Services Department at 14000 City Center Drive. Third Program Year CAPER 33 Version 2.0 41/92 City of Chino Hills 72 4 / itr. 5*,4 > v: Priority Need N/A Five-Year Goals and Objectives: N/A I Performance Indicators N/A 1 Performance Measure: Compliance with CDBG regulations 1 Sources of Funds: CDBG 1 Geographic Distribution: Communitywide > Cumulative Accomplishments: In FY 2010-11, $71,540.17 was expended on administration costs. During FY 2008-09, $68,600 was expended on administering the City's CDBG funded programs in compliance with federal regulations. FY 2009-10, $62,545.28 was expended on administration costs. 2. Nature and Reasons for Changes in Program Objectives The City made a substantial amendment to its FY 2008-09 Annual Action Plan during May 2009 to apply for $114,977 CDBG-R Funds for the Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvement Project. 3. Assessment of Efforts in Carrying Out Planned Actions To ensure that the City meets its objectives, the Action Plan activities were monitored frequently. This was necessary particularly for the Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvement Program, because of the significant costs and scope of work involved. During FY 2010-11, the City continued to move this project forward. With development underway for the Housing Element update and the Comprehensive Affordable Housing Plan and with the City's participation in the San Bernardino County HOME Consortium, the City is closer toward meeting its specified housing objectives. While code enforcement was not funded with CDBG, progress was still made to inspect housing units for code and safety violations using General Funds. In addition, the Home Improvement Program assisted one low- income owner-household repair their home. Similarly, the City continues to progress in the area of homeless prevention and in the Continuum of Care Model through support of programs like House of Ruth, the Chino Hills Library Literacy Program, the Chino Valley Unified School District, and Fair Housing and Landlord Tenant Mediation. The City's participation in the Homeless Coalition has been key to understanding the nature and extent of homelessness and the impact the City can make toward alleviating this regional problem. The City was able to successfully implement the administrative requirements for CDBG and stay within the 20% administrative cap for program administration. Public Service Programs were also kept within the 15% public service programs cap per federal regulation. The Community Services Department and the Finance Department continued to improve documentation procedures to meet compliance requirements. The City continued training and improving performance, including IDIS and sub-recipient monitoring. The City of Chino Hills did not hinder Consolidated Plan implementation by action or willful inaction. All efforts were made to implement quality programs and complete projects within estimated time frames. The City was timely in drawing down funds, and it met the drawdown expenditure benchmark as required by HUD before the completion of this report. ..._,.....-,._,- Third Program Year CAPER 34 Version 2.0 42/92 City of Chino Hills 4. Meeting National Objectives The City used its CDBG funds to meet national objectives, and the City complied with the overall benefit requirement for the activities completed during FY 2010-11. All public service activities funded met the Low/Mod Clientele (LMC) objective. The Los Serranos Infrastructure project met the Low/Mod Area (LMA) national objective and the Home Improvement Grant Program met the Low/Mod Housing (LMH) objective. 5. Anti-displacement and Relocation for Activities Involving Occupied Real Property The City did not purchase or demolish occupied real property with CDBG funds during FY 2010- 11. The Uniform Relocation Act and the Community Development Act of 1974 require agencies using federal funds for acquisition, rehabilitation, demolition, etc. to compensate tenants and homeowners who are displaced (involuntary relocated). 6. Low/Mod Job Activities for Economic Development Activities There were no CDBG-funded economic development activities during FY 2010-11 that would create jobs for low- and moderate-income persons. Economic Development objectives for the Consolidated Plan are being leveraged through other sources and are described under the Community Development section of this report. 7. Low/Mod Limited Clientele Activities The City completed the following limited clientele projects during FY 2010-11: • House of Ruth - shelter for battered women • Chino Hills Branch Library Literacy Program - reading program for illiterate adults • Together We Rise- Diversion sports program for low-income at-risk youth • Recreation Department- Camp Scholarship Program for low-income youth • West End YMCA- Reduced fee childcare services House of Ruth and the San Bernardino County Library Projects use the presumed benefit criteria, as those served are victims of domestic violence and illiterate adults. All other agencies that benefit those of low-income, but not presumed low-income, serve recipients that are income qualified (under HUD's established Income Guidelines) before they receive any benefits. 8. Program Income Neither the City nor its sub-recipients realized any program income during FY 2010-11 as a result of the CDBG activities and funds allocated. 9. Prior Period Adjustments There were no reimbursements was made this reporting period for expenditures (made in previous reporting periods) that were disallowed. 10. Loans and Other Receivables The City of Chino Hills does not have any loans or other receivables. Third Program Year CAPER 35 .,a.. Version 2.0 43/92 City of Chino Hills 11. Lump Sum Agreements The City of Chino Hills does not have any lump sum agreements. 12. Housing Rehabilitation a. The Home Improvement Grant Program improved 1 housing unit. b. A total of $21,635 of FY 2006-07 CDBG funds and $21,757 of FY 2007-08CDBG funds has been allocated to the program. c. There are no other public and private funds involved in the project. 13. Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies The City of Chino Hills does not have any HUD-approved neighborhood revitalization strategies. Antipoverty Strategy 1. Describe actions taken during the last year to reduce the number of persons living below the poverty level. Program Year 3 CAPER Antipoverty Strategy response: 1. Actions Taken to Reduce the Number of Persons Living Below the Poverty Level During FY 2010-11, the City continued to implement its strategy to help impoverished families achieve economic independence and self-sufficiency. The City's anti-poverty strategy utilizes existing County job training and social service programs to increase employment marketability, household income, and housing options. In addition, the City allocated $48,124 variety of public service agencies that offer supportive services in the fight against poverty and other special needs. Specifically, some of these organizations provided direct assistance in the form of food and housing, others provided indirect assistance such as case management and referral services to other service programs. The City coordinated with and refers people to programs offered by the County of San Bernardino. The City continued to coordinate with and refer residents to the following programs available during the FY 2010-11 program year: • Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce • San Bernardino County Job Training and Employment Resources Center • San Bernardino County Business Assistance Programs • California Trade and Commerce Agency- Team California • California Employment Development Department • Job Training Partnership Act • Greater Avenue for Independence (GAIN) • Chaffey College • Cal State University, Pomona • Cal State University, Fullerton In addition, affordable childcare services were available to assist residents with childcare while they attend job training or go to work. The Chino Valley Unified School District, the YMCA, and the City of Chino Hills also provided after-school recreation and summer camp opportunities for school-aged youth. The City of Chino Hills, Community Services Department, continued to Third Program Year CAPER 36 Version 2.0 44/92 City of Chino Hills ISSIMMICSIEltaat coordinate with these agencies to ensure that information and options are made available to residents regarding childcare services. ,�. �Uy+a C,rct ..*d" ra ca ,^ �*+ a. +v}c ?�. Weyer x to a4 5 . � ,•n'.nF3'; k E � ,a !T.m,i..,.3t ...•4 � r . init `d 2�.i.t:�iit am. �V ;;411:, Non-homeless Special Needs *Please also refer to the Non-homeless Special Needs Table in the Needs.xls workbook. 1. Identify actions taken to address special needs of persons that are not homeless but require supportive housing, (including persons with HIV/AIDS and their families). Program Year 3 CAPER Non-homeless Special Needs response: 1. Actions Taken to Address Special Needs of Persons that are not Homeless The "non-homeless special needs" category is assigned a High Priority need level in the City's 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan. This category includes persons in various subpopulations that are not homeless but may require housing or supportive services, including the elderly, frail elderly, persons with disabilities (mental, physical, developmental, persons with HIV/AIDS and their families), persons with alcohol or other drug addictions, abused and neglected children, and victims of domestic violence. For FY 2010-11, the City funded the following programs to address these needs: • House of Ruth r+ Chino Hills Library Literacy Program • Recreation Department Camp Scholarship Program • Together We Rise • West End YMCA Third Program Year CAPER 37 Version 2.0 45/92 City of Chino Hills Specific HOPWA Objectives *Please also refer to the HOPWA Table in the Needs.xls workbook. 1. Overall Assessment of Relationship of HOPWA Funds to Goals and Objectives Grantees should demonstrate through the CAPER and related IDIS reports the progress they are making at accomplishing identified goals and objectives with HOPWA funding. Grantees should demonstrate: a. That progress is being made toward meeting the HOPWA goal for providing affordable housing using HOPWA funds and other resources for persons with HIV/AIDS and their families through a comprehensive community plan; b. That community-wide HIV/AIDS housing strategies are meeting HUD's national goal of increasing the availability of decent, safe, and affordable housing for low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS; c. That community partnerships between State and local governments and community- based non-profits are creating models and innovative strategies to serve the housing and related supportive service needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families; d. That through community-wide strategies Federal, State, local, and other resources are matched with HOPWA funding to create comprehensive housing strategies; e. That community strategies produce and support actual units of housing for persons living with HIV/AIDS; and finally, f. That community strategies identify and supply related supportive services in conjunction with housing to ensure the needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families are met. 2. This should be accomplished by providing an executive summary (1-5 pages) that includes: a. Grantee Narrative i. Grantee and Community Overview (1) A brief description of your organization, the area of service, the name of each project sponsor and a broad overview of the range/type of housing activities and related services (2) How grant management oversight of project sponsor activities is conducted and how project sponsors are selected (3)A description of the local jurisdiction, its need, and the estimated number of persons living with HIV/AIDS (4) A brief description of the planning and public consultations involved in the use of HOPWA funds including reference to any appropriate planning document or advisory body (5) What other resources were used in conjunction with HOPWA funded activities, including cash resources and in-kind contributions, such as the value of services or materials provided by volunteers or by other individuals or organizations (6) Collaborative efforts with related programs including coordination and planning with clients, advocates, Ryan White CARE Act planning bodies, AIDS Drug Assistance Programs, homeless assistance programs, or other efforts that assist persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families. Third Program Year CAPER 38 Version 2.0 46/92 City of Chino Hills ii. Project Accomplishment Overview (1)A brief summary of all housing activities broken down by three types: emergency or short-term rent, mortgage or utility payments to prevent homelessness; rental assistance; facility based housing, including development cost, operating cost for those facilities and community residences (2)The number of units of housing which have been created through acquisition, rehabilitation, or new construction since 1993 with any HOPWA funds (3)A brief description of any unique supportive service or other service delivery models or efforts iii. Any other accomplishments recognized in your community due to the use of HOPWA funds, including any projects in developmental stages that are not operational. Barriers or Trends Overview (1) Describe any barriers encountered, actions in response to barriers, and recommendations for program improvement (2)Trends you expect your community to face in meeting the needs of persons with HIV/AIDS, and (3) Any other information you feel may be important as you look at providing services to persons with HIV/AIDS in the next 5-10 years b. Accomplishment Data ii. Completion of CAPER Performance Chart 1 of Actual Performance in the provision of housing (Table II-1 to be submitted with CAPER). iii. Completion of CAPER Performance Chart 2 of Comparison to Planned Housing Actions (Table 11-2 to be submitted with CAPER). Program Year 3 CAPER Specific HOPWA Objectives response: Not applicable; the City of Chino Hills does not receive or administer HOPWA funds. OIL ,e,m,-,a,„Imakr.tind,lia,-,4p,s5-„aw,47erfrasa,,6z, ,szopztic-mop, I Include any CAPER information that was not covered by narratives in any other section. Program Year 3 CAPER Other Narrative response: 1. Certifications of Consistency The City provided one certification of Consistency for Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board during FY 2010-11. 2. IDIS Reports HUD requires that six separate integrated Disbursement Information System (IDIS) Reports be submitted with the annual CAPER report for CDBG. These reports are: ik Summary of Activities (CO4PRD3): This report provides program and financial information on projects that have been funded with CDBG funds. A description of the program and accomplishment narrative and/or project status is provided. Third Program Year CAPER 39 Version 2.0 47/92 City of Chino Hills • Summary of Consolidated Plan Projects Report (C04PR06): This report displays all projects funded during the project year including funding commitments and draw downs during the 2005-06 Program Year. • Grantee Summary Activity Report (C04PR08): This report uses the grantee activity number to list activities, the status, the committed and disbursed amounts and the date of the last drawn. • Summary of Accomplishments (C04PR23): This report summarizes housing data for CDBG. The report includes the number of persons served for public services and the number of public facilities and improvement projects assisted and completed. • CDBG Financial Summary Report (C04PR26): This report tracks CDBG financial activities during the program year. CDBG resources and expenditures are included. • CDBG Performance Measures Report (C04PR83): This report tracks CDBG performance measures during the program year. These reports are contained in the Appendix of this CAPER. 3. Summary of Specific Housing/Community Development Objectives The following HUD Table 2C outlines the City's specific housing and community development objectives as stated in the FY 2008-2013 Consolidated Plan. Third Program Year CAPER 40 Version 2.0 48/92 City of China Hills Table 2C Summary of Specific Housing/Community Development Objectives (Table 2A/28 Continuation Sheet) - Chino Hills C D .itcnvLe^ i crib N 'ik. ..tataallif �S - ea. 5 It s I Rental Housing Objectives I I I I Section 8 Vouchers # of people 5 2 DH-2 Ij assisted I Owner Housing Objectives I I I IFair Housing Services (IFHMB) # of istedpeople 100 22/358 DH-1 # of households I Home Improvement Grant ( 25 7 DH-1 assisted I Homeownership # of households 10 1 DH-2 assisted ICommunity Development Objectives # of housing 2,985 Code Enforcement units assisted 1,000 Total/ SL-3 492 in LMA I Infrastructure Objectives I I I I Los Serranos 1 # of facilities 1 1 SL-1 # of people 4,000 4,000 I I Public Facilities Objectives j I Facility Improvement Program j # of facilities 5 0 I SL-1 I Public Services Objectivesof I I I I Youth Services #asspeople 500 208 ( SL-1 # of I Senior Services people I 500 0 ( SL-1 assisted # of I Disabled Services Program people 300 0 j SL-1 assisted I General Public Services # of people 750 1,208 ( SL-1 assisted IEconomic Development Objectives # of jobs Private funds and development created/ 2 jobs) 5 0 EO-1 businesses businesses assisted Third Program Year CAPER 41 Version 2,0 49/92 City of Chino Hills Appendix 1 Summary of Activities (PRO3) Third Program Year CAPER 42 Version 2.0 50/92 City of Chino Hills • ,���rer,rp: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Date: 27-Aug-2011 ,; d iii r(;- Office of Community Planning and Development lime: 14:19 (t F� Inleyrated Disbursement and Information System Page: 1 II1111 sn COBG Activity Summary Report(GPR)for Program Year 2010 IIIFF llffll CHINO HILLS cn ���. —t _._ .________________—__._________ Page: 1 ai l0 N PR03-CHINO HILLS City of Chino Hills Ariky- 200Z - - - - .e'a a.ir r w -t 7 '- s--. -.� - ' -- f -r ✓- - � t t'iojecl=. .. @1'!05'}tlo�oelmpid"aemc,tPrcgram =.. '- i''� iD1S:Activ3ty: - 4&-M4MEIMPROVEt9ENTPROGRAM' Status: Open 06jeclive: Provide decent affordable housing - Location: COMMUNITYWIDE CHINO HitI h.CA 21704 Outcome: Affordability Matrix Cade: Rehab:Single-Unit Residential(14A) National Objective: LMH Initial Funding Date: 1 5 12412 007 D rip n: Financing PROVIDES GRANTS OF$500 TO 52,000 TO QUALIFYING LOW TO MODERATE INCOME Funded Amount 29.751.00 HOUSEHOLDS TO IMPROVEM THEIR HOMES. Drawn Thm Program teat 14,140.05 Drama In Program Year. 2,000.00 Proposed Accomplishments Housing Units: 10 Actual Accomplishments Owner Renter Total Person Number assisted: Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic White: 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 EtacktAfrican American: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian: 3 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nate Hawaiian/Other Paoifio islander. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native&White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SlachtAfi an American&White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American ircliart)Alaskan Naave&Black/AhicanAmerican: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Othermultieactat 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AsianiPacific Islander: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispania 0 0 0 0 0 0 @ 0 Total: i2 S i} 0 12 5 0 0 Female-headed Households: 5 0 5 income Category: Owner Renter Total Person Extremely Low 5 0 5 0 Low Mod 7 0 7 0 Moderate @ 0 0 0 Non Low Moderate 0 0 0 0 Total 12 0 12 0 Percent LowtMod 100.0% 100.0% t,yT PR03-CHINO HILf.S Page: 2 of 10~-__—�-� r' N Third Program Year CAPER 44 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year #Benefitting 200g I For Fiscal Year 2008-10,the City received and apps aed one application for the replacement of a heat pump and front window repair. 2007 11 For Fiscal Year 2007-2%8,the City received It applicstionsfor household repairsfrom residents throughout the city. Of these 11 applications, residents were approved for various repairs to their households ranging from roof repairs to replacing broken windows anti doors as well as exterior paint Ffoje6t- 049}t-Actmiai4irahon&'Ptarming - - - - ._ - ,: . IDIS Actixity: �BB-Administrat;an �.. - �� �, _ - _ Status: Completed Objective: Location: Outcome: Mab ix Code: General Program Administration(21A) National Objective: Initial Funding Date: 041111201/ Description Financing Personnel and operating costs as they relate to CMG program administration. Funded Amount 71.540.17 Drawn Thru Program Year: 71,540.17 Drawn hl Program Year. 71,540,17 Proposed Accomplishments Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year #Benefitting Pcoledt x::0092-3Ihuse'ofRuth ',: tOttActivity: 87 Domestic Violence-Services _ . Status: Completed Objective: Create suitable living environments Location: 5&4)N Man St Pomona,CA 9178831tld Outcome: Avahlabilay/aocesslhity Matrix Code: Battered and Abused Spouses(05G) National Objective: LMC Initial Funding Date: 0411112011 Description. Financing Provides shelter,couselrig,referrals,and information to battered women and their children. Funded Amount 4,000.00 Drawn Thin Program Year. 4,000.00 Drawn In Program Year. 4,000.00 Proposed Aceompfshments People(General): CO Actual Accomplishments Owner Renter Total Perso Number assisted: n Total Hispanic Tata; Hispanic Tatar Hispanic Total Hispanic to PRQ3-CHINO HILL <O . .,. ., . Lit it Third Program Year CAPER 45 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Why: 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 7 13lack/AticanAmerican: 0 0 Q 0 0 0 t 1 Asian: 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0 0 0 0 9 0 2 0 Native HawaiiantOlherPaci6c Islander. 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native&White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Black/AfrianAmerican&White: 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 @ American IndianrAlaskan Native&&IacWAtican American: 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 Other multi-racist 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 20 Asiarecacdie Islander. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 Total: 0 0 9 0 0 0 60 2a Female-headed Households: 0 0 0 tncome Category: Owner Renter Total Person Extremely Low 0 0 0 29 Low Mod 0 0 0 31 Moderate 0 0 0 0 Non Low Moderate 0 0 0 1 Total @ 0 0 00 Percent LowlMwd 93.3% Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year ft Benefiting 2010 00 d0 women and children received case management support groups.counseling services.referrals,and child care. House of Ruth also rovides a 24-hour hotfine and emergency sheltering. 3 domestic violence prevention presentations were held at total high schools and provided to community groups providing over 219 residents with domestic violence education. _..�. . .-_. .>.. .a. .-.. ,. .,_ .�.-..,.::r.:ex.:�:.,..... .. •T.?a,...-.-<�.:ro��<yi.oeen,ya,;F=i:�;ia.S:P r; aLl"�Ia `A.v;_,- _ tx,� - •�-d:rw:@ ` �GM Year"_ -2Q1Q i - _„r 2 r `^?.3 �_ �- r cT'�. "� r -,tx 2 x}'13<.. f zn Pr`aolech ;,..000& .Inland-Far Housing and Medlaton Snarl - - - ioISActivity_ 03-Fair:Housing and Landlord Tenant Mediation - _- - - - - - Status: Completed Objective: Location: Outcome: Matrix Code: Fab-Housing Activities(subject to National Objective: 20%AdminCap)(21D) Initial Funding Date: D4/1112011 Description: Mediation services housing and landiordtenantissues.8 persons received fair housing Financing services.139 persons were assisted through Iandlordtenantmediati,an. Funded Amount 16.000.00 Drawn Thau Program Year. 16.000.00 Drawn In Program Year. 16,000.00 Proposed Accomplishments PR03-CHINO HILLS Page: 4 of 10 Cr' Third Program Year CAPER 46 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills _ Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year #Benelining Project , -,00,d4fii„ is.:-Filiini j;ictira�y:: .:-,Y::::1' ,,. =75';tt:*-1:?;t1;,71:*!14 :1':,:'-',:c7:1,i'i.f'.?..-;F:1C) ::: 1;:-.:`..c::::-(' (1,-'' ,. IDIS Activity: 60-Literacy Program Status; Completed Objective: Create-suitable living environments Location: 14001 City Center Dr Chino Hills.CA 01709-5442 Outcome: Sustainability Matrix Code: EmploymentTraining{15H) National Objective: LMC Initial Funding Date: 04111/2011 Description: Provides Ifteracy services to seniors.tow income,and illiterate adults. Financing Funded Amount: 21.000.00 Dram Thru Program Year: 2190000 Drawn In Program Year 2190900 Proposed Accomplishments People(General): 48 Actual Accomplishments Owner Renter Total Person Number assfact Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic White 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 26 Black/African American: 0 G 0 0 0 0 7 0 Asian: o 0 0 0 0 a 43 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 Native HavraiiantOther Pacific Islander: 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native&White: 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 Asian While: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Riack/African American&White: 0 0 a 0 0 0 1 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native&EtacklAbican American: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other multi-raciat 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 Asian/Racine Islander: a a 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic: 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 Total: 0 0 0 0 0 0 136 25 Female-headed Households: 0 a 0 Income Category: Owner Renter Total Person Extremely LOW 0 0 9 20 Lew Mod 0 0 0 27 Moderate 0 0 0 27 --. ----------------_-----___---------------------- 01 PROS-CHINO HPLLS Page: 6 of 10 cr,c;Third Program Year CAPER 47 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Nan Low Moderate 0 0 0 53 Total 0 0 0 135 81.0°6 PercentLowlMod Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year 4 Benefitting 2010 138 The literacy program at the Library provides reading,grammar and spelang dassesforillberate adults as well as mantles seniorcomputing classes and mature driver education courses for seniors in the community.38 personsmceived ateracyservices including 210 grammar.phonics,and seltmg lessonsand 593 reading tutoring sessions. 45 matutedriver classes were held with 42 participants. 85 senior computing elasseswere held with 55 partcipanis. _ c.-a _ ..�, su. - .;sssC. p<<. ,r%r.S2:' — r.-vrir: ;,r-t, t=; -- - 1 r �T v 2 MYT=7. 2410 - - r 1>tu}ect X0005-Redaedhtm - lots'Activity: 70-Summer Daft-Camp - - . . . ted LocatiStatuson: Com Objective: Create suitable avingl emaircnments ty Location: 14000 City Center Dr China H711s,CA 917092+492 Mutoomet aabix Code: 'Youth Sentries(050) National Otke• dive: LMC 1 Description: Initial Futt� OW 31201 nB Dente: Provides scholarships to qualified residents to attend Summer DayCamp. Rat/Wing Funded Amount: 15.529,00 Drawn Than Program Year. 15.029.00 Drawn In Program Year 15,824,00 Proposed Accomplishments People(General): 15 Actual Accomplishments Owner Renter Total Person Number assisted: Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Wh0 0 0 0 0 0 15 15 Blade: 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 A As sianan. 0:Rfrican American: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Ind-ran/Alaskan Native: 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander. 0 0 0 0 0 0 American lndian/Alaskan Native&White: 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian WNW 0 0 0 Q 0 BiackWAfrioanAmertcan A White: 0 00 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native&E 0 0 0 0 0 FacklAfrican American: 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 Othermulti•racrat 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian/Pacificlslander: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 g 19 so Total: 0 0 0 Fenmb beaded Households. __________ _____.._.._._._.—.___..._------_ PR03- _....Y--_____"__"___._.____.._� - Page: 8 of 10 cm PROS-CHINO HILLS Third Program Year CAPER 48 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Income Category: Owner Renter Total Person Extremely Low D 0 0 0 Low Mod 0 0 0 10 Moderate 3 0 0 0 Non Low Moderate 0 0 0 3 Total 3 0 0 10 Percent LowAlod 130.E Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year *Benefiting 2010 i0 Scholarship recipients participated in 9 weeks of Summer Day Camp at Grand Avenue Parkand Los Serranos Elementary School They participated in arts and crafts projects,games,movie days,and Party Fridays. Twice a week campers went of Field trips to various locations in Southern California. _ _ -S' - - -I: -_ _ ! ._ ? 1 4 f -tY1 Jdg fL .TAY e- 7- 1 -{ Viit'—',:.. FGR1.Yea/„� �21#a35 -t __ :f t '7, Sl - - '$t R Z Projeef 6005 Los"Beri"anosldim'slrvchae Improveinenis X 1018Activity: 71-Los Serranos Infrastructure Improvements” Status: Completed Objective: Create suitable truing environments Location: 14000 City Center Or Chino Gulls,CA 91709.6442 Outcome: Sustainabllity Matrix Code: Water/Sewer Improvements(03J) National Objective: LMA Initial Funding Date: C4/11/2011 Description: Financing Phase 2A will design and construct sidewalks on the east side of Pipeline Avenue between Valle Vista Drive and Glen Ridge Drive. Funded Amount 23,035.57 Drawn Thm Program Year. 23.038_57 Drawn In Program Year. 23,038.57 Proposed Accompliis hments People(General): 4,000 Total Population in Service Area:4,000 Census Tract Percent Low!Mod 100.00 Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year #Benefitting 2010 Construction preparation including finished design and going out for bid for the Pipeline Avenue Sidewalk Construction project as part of the Los Sen-anon Infrastructure Project Phase 2k The project comprises removal ofexisting asphaultcutbsand construction approximately 1,500 feet long, five-foot wide,concrete sidewalk on Pipeline Avenue from Valle Vista Drivelo Glen Ridge Drive. Construction will also include 10 ADA access ramps at intersections, - ✓ "` J V s vfe ey,---fir%` 3 -'t' -5T'n gc �sF / '` +'1'.7 �- -- - t s '..Ca6.,-, .,' -,.`-,,.. i - - . ' - t - '• x-'-tfi- xdz l'^- n-4 s -‘, .c" - e l.t. Project- _".OW7-TdgerherWe Rise" - - -: - - -- IDISActivity: -72-•Sports Camps - - - - - - - - - Status: Canceled Objective: Create-suitable Wing-environments 9 PROS-CHINO HILLS ---Page: 7 of 10 _ C°"Third Program Year CAPER 49 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Location: 13971 Ramona Ave Ste C Chino,CA 01710-8403 Outcome: Availabilitylaooessibilis l Matrix Code: Youth Services(050) National Objective: LMC Initial Funding Date: 04/1112011 Description: FinancingProvides sports programs and recreational events in one day camps to underptivilieged children in Los Semites. Funded Amount 000 Drawn Ttuu Program Year. toil Drawn in Program Year. 0.00 Proposed Accompllshments People(General): 200 Actual Accomplishments �,�: Owner Renter Total Person Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Back/African American: 0 Cl 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Native HawaiianJOther Pacific islander: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian/Alaskan Native&White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian Veldte: 0 C 0 0 0 a 0 0 Black/African American&White: 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian/Alaskan Naive&BtackfAfiearnAmer€can: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other multleaciat 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian/PaclEolslander. 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Female-headed Households 0 0 0 income Category: Owner Renter Total Person Exlremely Low 0 0 0 0 Low Mod 0 0 0 0 Moderate @ 0 0 0 Non Low Moderate 0 0 0 0 Total 0 0 0 @ Percent Loavthlcd Annual Accomplishments Accomplishment Narrative Year #Barreling 01 PR03-CHINO HILLS Page: 8 of 10 CO"'" 'Third Program Year CAPER 50 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills .,iuhjeceea -r2 '10▪ -• - �- t - w^ "� - s `; �- -�- - 4 . - : ry. i � _ 000&-YMCA Ibis:Rehr* 73-Childcare Subsidy Status: Completed Objective: Create suitable living environments Location: 5565 Edison Ave Chino.CA 0171041051 Outcome: Availability/accessh0ity Matrix Code: Youth Services(05D) National Objective: LMC Initial Funding Date: 0431112011 Description'. Provides reduced fee chfdcare to low and moderate income families. romancing Smded Amount 7,500.00 Drawn Thru Program Year. 7500.00 Drawn In Program Year. 7,500.00 Proposed Accomplishments People(General): 20 Actual Accomplishments Owner Renter Total Person Member assisted: Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total Hispanic Total pa While: 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 ' Black/AficanAmerican: 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 Asian: 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Americom Indian/Alaskan Native: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Native Hawaiian/011ier Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o American Indian/Alaskan Native&White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian White: 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 adackeAfrican American&.White: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American indian/Alaskan Native&Bfack7AfticanAmerican: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Othermulti-raciat 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian/Pac0leIslander: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total: 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 4 Female-headed Households: 0 0 0 Income Category: Owner Renter Total Person Extremely Low 0 0 0 9 Low Mad 0 0 0 3 Moderate 0 0 0 1 Non Low Moderate 0 0 0 0 Total 0 0 0 12 Percent Low/Mod 100.0% _--________ _ - _________ __________-__.__ ___________________ __ .aura a/PR03-CHI40 HII I c Page: got 10 rn. ...- .. _ mum °Third Program Year C, Version cerso ro 9 APER 51 2.0 \nd�t11s roan-56,7e idents at Al City of CPU °5 A�amar}sst andte°meres $11eae.4 Aa¢om4ris ung "pitied st MOOS: Y¢ar: �uz.�h poloist #� ' -tealFunn to ro's ar: 5560, Y Si Ye 'ratalatawn }n�gtart 0.4 Pa08' ver51011 2.° 52 ao Kms= ppo3 Year CPpER • --% {bird pro"r-m N City of Chino HiifS — ni, rt. .._,_ ansson,,,mai...r Version 2.0 53 ram Year CAPER Third program City of Chino Hills Appendix 2 Summary of Projects Report (PRO6) Third Program Year CAPER 54 Version 2.0 62/92 City of Chino Hills jots US.DEPARTNIENTOF HOUSING AM)URBAN DEVELOPMENT DATE 9R7,201I OFFICEOFCOMMUNITY Pt INNWGAND DEVECOPhtET4T TI ME:2'2t 00 pm PROS-Gummy o€CcoaGTdate iNan Projects faReport Nur PAGE:VI Amount Plan IDIS Project Tint and Dtscr3 on Drawn Amount Amount Year Project Pm Program Project Commited Thrufcport Available to Drawn in Estimate A,oae,t Year Draw Newt An 2010 I AdministratinlA Planning Project p.mdesterpersonnel and operating WE0 554400.00$71,540.17 $71,6.90.77 $0.00 $714.10.17 mastsaslheyreiate to CDBG program administaton 2 HouseofRuth This program provides shelter.counsels-lg. MEG $4,000.00 $4.000.00 $4,000.00 MoD $4000.00 ;stenos ad itOoematian to battered wanes and their children. 3 Inland fair Housing amt Memation Soma This projects uses finds to procidetat CAD° S15,00.00$10.00300 110,000.03 10.011 $10,0]0.00 housing and landd'terantne atiton seMces to residents. 4 James S.ThaimanLtrary This urgent provides sendcsfnseniors,Iow Cosa 521000.00$2L00&00 $21000,00 $0.00 $21,00000 ;scone,and A'm:ate adults in Chine Hits. 5 Recreation This prc§ectprmrdes sshebrstt;lsto gsatiitd 0050 SULIO000$15,824.00 $15.02400 WOO 115.02447D law income residents to attendSmmer Day Camp. 0 Los SenarasInfrastructure improvements This protctprovdesneeded infrastructure CCM 3305.01200$23,03£.57 $2$,03&07 moo 123,IXffi57 improvemmis in Los Setrsnee,including storm Grains,cars basins,c*ets,guilers.and steers 7 Together Vie Rise The project mouidesdevioes,sports and cam $10.03100 $0.00 $0.00 5000 50.00 recmationaipegrans.tomderproeleged children in Los Serums. S YMCA Project provides reduced fee*Mad care to WBG $7,50000 $7,500.00 $7,500.07 $000 $7,500.00 low-rood bcometamdles. 111 CO Ca N. Third Program Year CAPER 55 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Appendix 3 Grantee Summary Activity Reports (PR 08) Third Program Year CAPER 56 Version 2.0 64/92 City of Chino Hills _ 101$ U.S.DEPARTMENT OF HOUSINGAIMURBAN DEVELOPMENT DATE:8/2712011 OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNNGAND DEVELOPMENT TIME:227:33 pm PROS-Owlet Summary Activity Report PAGE 1/3 Grantee IDIS Mateo lethal Activity Act Pgm Yr-Project Activity Name Act Stat Code Emitting funded Drawn Date of Number ID Date Amount Amount Last Draw 41 2096-38114020080009 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS Conmleted 14A 0912200 $21.2200 $21,632.0007110/2010 43 2007-38114020070002 LOSSERRANOS NFRASTRUC1UREIMPROVEMENTS Comgltled 031 1124197 3302.61890 12022111.00 041132010 40 2007-38114020070005 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Open 14A 112407 321.757.00 $14.140.66041102011 50 200648114020080003 LOSSERRANOS NFRA.STRU47URE IMPROVEMENTS Completed 031 04122109 3275.19690 $276,19813047132010 65 2002090000000010227 Los See/ones tnfa*ucnve impmvemerrts Completed 931 03103110 3279.620.00 $279220.0008/182010 57 2009400000000023104Adnwystation Completed 2tA 02/18710 382.54528 $6;5452608/1822010 68 2039400000000024107 House of Ruth Completed 053 03/03110 34200.00 $4900.0008/18(2010 59 2069.90000000022419909red Far Housing and Medi ation[Maid Completed 210 03/03/10 51E090.00 410.000.00 08/18 2010 60 2009-00000000024110 CNio Hnp,Public Library-LBemcy Program Completed 05H 0323110 $19.92838 $19,928.3004118/2010 61 2019S90000000024111 Simmer Day Camp Scholl/share Completed 050 03/03/10 38.640.00 $8.640.0004/13/2010 62 2909-91M20120024112 CARE Completed 950 03103110 3251215 $2,512.1504113)2010 63 2099400000000024113Commreoly Senior Services Canceled 05A 0310W0 *00 30.90 64 2609400000000024114 Together Me Rise Completed 050 03/03(10 3112E9.87 $11,904870720/2010 85 2014900000000083618Admieeuation Completed 21A 0211/11 371.540.17 471,540.1707(00/.1111 67 2010900000000063819 D4mesteViolence Semites Completed 05G 0211/11 $4.00000 $4200.0007/302011 88 2010000000000063620 Far Housing and Landon'Tenant Mediator: Completed 210 0211111 318.000.00 $10.900.00091302011 63 2010.100000000083821 latency Program Completed 05H 0211/11 321,000.00 $21.000.0007(001011 70 2010.900000000083822 Summer Day Carrp Completed 050 04/11/11 515224.00 315.624.0004116/2011 71 2010970000000083823 Los Seranos Infrastructure Improvements Completed 031 0211/11 $23.038.57 $23.0355707(002011 72 2010900000000063824 SposCampe Canceled 050 04/1Ult 3000 10.03 73 2010400000000083326096:are Subsidy Completed 05D 0211111 $7.500.00 47,5002007/30/2011 1 199448114019940001 HOME COMMITTED FUNDS ADJUSTMENT Open 02/01101 x.00 $0.0 2 1994-3$114019940002 CD00 COMMIT btu FUNDS ADJUSTMENT Open 01/01101 *00 30.00 3 199438114019940003 ESGCOMMRTED FUNDS ADJUSTMENT OPert 01101/1 *00 $0.03 4 199448114010940004 HOPWACOMMI I btu FUNDSADJUSTMENT Clan 0110121 $090 *CO 20 200236114020020001 LOSSERRANOSINFRASTRUCNRE Completed 031 060135 3809.173.90 4809,173.000420/2008 5 200338414020030001 PROGPAMAOMINISTRATION Completed 21A 09/0313 383213.68 $53213.66022112934 6 200344114020030002 CODEENFCRCEMENT CanoNed 15 09/0303 10.00 $0.00 7 7970 18114021230003 LOSSERRANOSINFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTSComµeted 03K 0970303 3331200.00 $331.80020 D41202006 8 200336114020030004 SAN BERNARDNO COUNTY UBRARY Completed 05 09/03)03 321,000.00 $21.000.00 05/1412704 9 200338114020030005 HOUSE OF RUTH Completed 056 09/0303 3420000 44820.03 54,000.0304110/2034 10 200238114020030008 CAMP FIRE USA Completed 05 00.103103 $290.00 $2.000.0010130/203 11 261348114020030007 NIANDFAIR HOUSING AND MEDIATION BOARD Completed 951 09/0333 39.971.15 $9.971.1509/1012004 12 2Trs4Y8114020040001 PROGRAMADMINISTRATION Completed 21A 052435 300,85081 160.8508108111(2005 21 339449114/2.0040001 L 8ncam Canceled 21A *00 $0.03 13 203438114020040002 CODEENFCRCEMENTPRoeaAM Canceled 15 *00 $0.06 1/3 1T 077 ... -nndi Fi��i, ., .rum CS) Third Program Year CAPER 57 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills 1DIS U.S.DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT DATE:827)2011 OFFICE OF COMMUNITY PLANNINGAND DEVELOPh4ENT TIME227'83 pm PROS-Grace.Sum/nary AcYrdty Report PAGE:2/3 Grantee 10)5metal Activity Ace ?gm Yr-Project Activity Name Act Stat Code Funding Funded Drawn Date of Number 10 Date Animist Amount last Draw 22 2004-38114020040002 CODE ENFCRCEMENT Canceled 15 SOHO $0.00 14 200438114020040003 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Completed 14A 052445 $3800090 $36.0000000202005 23 200448114020040004 SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY LIBRARY Canceled 05 $0.00 10.00 24 2004481t4020040009 LOSSERRRANOS 94FRAS7RUCNRE1&H'ROVMENPS Completed 03K 011/22)05 517.37804 $417378.04 0802/200e 24 203548)14020050001 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Completed 14A 08))3085 $25,39050 $25,500.5008232006 25 27115:8114030050002 LOS SERRANOS INFRASTRUCTUREPROJECT Completed'034 0813085 5319.429.00 $319/120.001)982/2028 28 235-38114020050003 C1I04O HILTS LITERACY PROGRAMS Completed 05 080085 52100200 $21,000000,823/2008 27 295548114020050004 HOUSE OF RUTH Completed 05G 08/3085 54.00090 $4000.0308232008 28 200538114025050005 PROJECT SISTER Completed 05A 0813005 $.00090 $4.0009008232006 29 200538114020050000 INLAND FAIR HOUSINGS MEDIATION-Si SRVCS Completed 053 084005 $7,032.00 17800.03 0843/2009 30 20053818010050007 INLAND FAIR HOUSINCfMED1ATIOK-LANDLORD/ Completed 05K 0812005 $5000.00 55900.00092320118 31 206/48114020050008 AMERICAN RED CROSS Canceled 05 10/1605 $0.00 50.00 32 23548114020050000 PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION Completed 21A 033005 19828890 $98288000&232020 33 2.8548114020050010 COMMUNITY SENIOR SERVICES Completed 05A 09/19155 55.00090 55900.0008232005 35 2iUY381I4020000001 ADMINISTRAT10NANO PLANNING Completed 2tA 091205 388.84300 58300.11008/24/2007 35 2C0338114020080002 PROJECT SISTER Completed 050 0301605 5430098 54000.00062432107 37 207838114020080005 INTERNATIONAL CHURCH OFTHEFOUR SQUARE Completed 050 00022606 5900.00 $4.0009008)241207 38 2005'8114020050005 HOUSE OF RUTH Completed 050 0312378 590090 54.000.00082412007 39 203348114020060007 PI.mUCLI3RARYUTERACY PROGRAM Completed 05H 0677606 521.000.00 $21,00.00082412007 40 200848114020000008 LOSSERRANOS 01FRASTRUC1UREPROJECT Completed 037 092206 5302,74600 $302.740.0004/1&2037 42 200738114020070001 PROIECTSISTER Completed 050 11124)07 5.800.00 34.000.0008/159208 44 20078114020070003 CHINO HILLSLIBRARYIRERACY PROGRAM Completed 05H 112487 51724604 $17348040M152008 45 2067-33114020070004 HOUSE OFRt7TH Completed 050 112407 5.002.00 *4)00.0003/15)2008 47 23748114020070008 AOMINISTRATTCN AND NANNING Completed 210 112487 581969.10 $81969.500&752038 48 203848114020080001 SVMM82DAY CAMP SCHOLORSHIPS Completed 050 04)2249 110.83.00 510,800.0004)2412009 49 200638114020050002 SENIOR SAFETY PROGRAM Canceled 050 04422,/09 $0.00 50.00 52 20.+838114020030004 LITERACY PROGRAM Completed 05 04122/49 51967420 $19,574290&13/500 51 200838114020080005 IRAN FAIR HOUSINGAND MEDIATION Completed 210 04)2299 515.00010 $15.000.1008/132000 53 28848114020080008 HOUSE OFRUTH Completed 05G 042289 54.80000 $4000.300/13/X69 54 23838114020080007 HILLMAN ACRES Canceled 030 0417100 $0.00 Sam 55 23038114020050008 ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING Completed 21A 04122)09 $08.63.00 506.600.000&13209 050535 18 2004.3814430040007 FAIR HOUSING Completed 95) 052485 57000.00 $7,000.0308111/2505 050530 19 200436114020040008 MEDIATION SERVICES Completed 05K 05/24)05 55.00400 55900.0048111205 050537 15 2'n4-1811430040004 CHID HRT.LS1.ITERACY PROGRAM Completed 05 05/2485 321.3680 $21.0009008/lI205 050538 18 300438114020040005 HOUSE OF RUTH Completed 05G 082485 5.30.00 $900.0008/11(2005 050539 17 203448114020040008 PROJECTSSIER Completed OM 052485 $.000.0 $4000.30&11/2x5 203 01 • N Third Program Year CAPER 58 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills - DATE:&272011 US.OFFICE OF CO TOF ITV PIRG AND AMMIG RBANAND vaopmerf DEVELOPMENT TIME:227:33 pm 1075 9FF7CEOP -Oantee StmonarrNGAND RpEOPM1tEK1' PAGE:34 PRDB_(Santee 5urrmary Activity Report nitial Grantee IDIS Mirk FvMing Funded Drnwn Date of Activity e Act PSm Yr-Project Activity Name Act Code Date AmonM Amount Last Draw TID $&1d5pea$S$4,137,37325 Toed 313 On ®iammemni um CO Third Program Year CAPER 59 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Appendix 4 Summary of Rehabilitation Accomplishments (PR 10) Third Program Year CAPER 60 Version 2.0 68/92 City of Chino Hills 1D15-PR10 U.S.Department of Hosing and Udsan Development DATE: 05-2741 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME: 14;25 Integrated DislNnertt and Information System PAGE: 1 COBS Housing ActlWties CHINO HILLS,CA IULATIVE Pal PRO] IDL`' MTX NTL Total CBS OCCUPIED UNITS OCCUPIED UNITS YEAR ID ACT ID ACTIVITY NAME STATUS CD 001 EST.AMT %C OG DRAWN AMOUNT TOTAL 11M %LUM OWNER RENTER 2007 0005 46 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM OPEN 14A LMH 21,757.00 654 14,146.66 12 12 100.0 12 0 2007 TOTALS:BUDGET t7}/UNDERWAY 21,757.00 65,0 14,146.66 12 12 100.0 12 0 COMPLETED 0.00 0,0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0 0 21,757.00 65.0 14,146.66 12 12 100,0 12 0 CUMULATIVE PGM PRO.) LOIS MTX NTL Tata[ COBS OCCUPIED UNITS OCCUPIED UNITS YEAR ID ACT ID ACTIVITY NAME STATUS CO 031 EST.AMT %COBS DRAWN AMOUNT 10 NAL L1M 90 _—__....--___ L/I'I OWNER RENTER 2006 0009 41 HOME IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS COM 14A 1.1H 21,632.00 100.0 21,632.00 22 21 955 22 0 2006 tUAALS:BUDGETED/UNDERWAY 0.00 0.0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0 0 COMPLETED 21,632.00 100.0 21,632.00 22 21 95,4 22 0 21632.00 100.0 21,632.00 22 21 95.4 22 0 CUMULATIVE PGM PRO) 1015 MIX NIL TBI CBS OCCUPIED UNITS OCCUPIED UNITS YEAR ID ACT ID ACTIYfrY NAME STATUS CD 080 EST.ANT %LOBS DRAWN AMOUNT IU tAL LIM %LTM OWNER RENTER, 2005 0001 24 HOME IMPROVE?4ENT PROGRAM COM 14A U414 25,590.50 100,0 25,590.50 14 14 100.0 14 0 2005 TOTALS:BUDGETED/UNDERWAY 0.00 0,0 0.00 0 0 0,0 0 0 COMPLETED 25,59050 100,0 21590.50 14 14 100.0 14 0 ,_ 25,590.50 100.0 25590.50 14 14 100.0 14 0 C7/ CO N N Third Program Year CAPER 61 Version 2.0 N 6+ Pin-IL we�6o d P o eah Zg --- 0.-t uoksaa ' /— E000 W(1 ory Ooo'9 Y� as:SNS d.11'I - aooti � youd9° woooS ;19:3E_ L�hy4ddY� l "1 C6 si �'y3'sJ 4 CI pOot ______------- ° 0 -� SI St oo0 St _ Qoot o ° o co=Jada� 7'... 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Hcusmg Rehab;Single-Unit ReAdenFa'(i4A} -52.000.032,2.g01}.g0 0 -.�.. .. . 50.00 t (2000.00 Public Faclifes and lrspwements LVaterNewzq Improvemmb(03Ji1$2,0000.08.00 tt 523.0457 1 103.033851 $0.00 1 523,03851 1 $23,03857 Public Services You0r Sentes{0.D) 50.00 3 123,124.00 3 523.125.00 Catered and Abused Spouses(C4G) $0.03 1 14.000.00 1 14000.00 EngleymentTealniew 051!7 $0.00 1 521.000.00 f 121.0011.00 $0.00 5 540,124.00 5 $48,124.00 GenenlAdniwstatien aid Planrag Gener4 Program Admrvnistralon(21A) $010 1 511,540.11 1 $7t.54017 Far:Ito 20%Admen Cap)(21Dpw ticea 4 SADO t $10,00340 t S14.000.04 0 50.00 2 $87.560.17 2 587.540.17 I 52.100.00 8 5158.70214 9 $180.70274 ill V N CO N Third Program Year CAPER 64 Version 2.0 ------------------ __._---------- __------ -------------- f `_ ppSE:02P �ME:Y4A qty of Ghir° Kitts Yeu iovieods oEv¢oP�AEW G�/ naT t ctgro � P com P"s�nTii2 tY u$ ond tette 08O:p� i ctyOeCount camas ° i2 PF�312°t'r}' 0 AO ongs 12 OS Aua°Pt�sa�?TYDei__,....-.- °�te � �n 0 OW Noun* 0 t22 POW gta.�P -""_ A Sm91R' SHe+` 0 40 0 23 2s �---" t meat ins 0 is On A5 WOOS tutenSennntOnrcr e tOlsnSeM15 6 i1N85 andipu01 ;Z Pubi�eF�e Y ed55 P5 tmP ' g,3 K� PsrtPns pu4tia5es+n+x" 6 . Utet�ie�RTCytNn94Ca� En tit �.-------- Version 2,0 65 W. -third Program Year CAPER co N City of Chino Hills 101$ U.S.DEPARTMENT OF HOUSINGANilURBAN DEVELOPMENT GATE:&>2712011 OFFlCEOFCO6MiUNITYPLlu`AWGAND DEVELOPMENT 11ME:23300 pm PR2313ot7i-CMG Henekvanesby Racial/Ethnic Category PAGE tfi Housing•Non Tota Tobi Housing Race Total Hispani Total Hhhanin Persons Person Househdds Household Housing WOW 0 EbekrAidcan American D Asian 0 Tabs 0 1 Non Housing White 122 5 BOOTAirittandoterrean 11 Asian 52 0 Amemmn inran/Alaskan Nave b 0 Naha HreairzrlOtlterPooltc blander 2 0 UtaoWAfrioa,Am dxan&White 1 9 Chhermd&aaoa 30 20 Tom 224 73 Total White 122 52 &ackliaricanAmekar II 1 Asian 52 0 AmerimnindmriALaskan Native 5 0 Nat%kiarrm;aniOtlmrPacircblander 2 0 EtacWAhioanAmsiimn&Mule 1 0 Other na -raat 30 20 Total 224 73 1 111 J a —' ' ,. �.� n' CO Third Program Year CAPER 66 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills 1D1S US.DEPARTMENT OF HOLONG AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT DATE&27Ca11 OF 1DEOFDOMPURSITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT TLME:237:30 pm PRO(4 of7)-cogs Btrrefidariesly Income Category PAGE:111 Ineomt Levels Owner Renter Occupied[Mounted Persons Housing Extremely Law(c4a%) 5 0 0 Low(>30%and 50%j 7 0 0 Men to50%and 4.00%} 0 0 0 Total Lowddad 12 0 a Non Lovetriod Nam) 0 0 0 Teta:Bene6saries 12 0 0 Non Housing E#remelyLow(80X) 0 a 05 Lurep30%sd'o;50%) 0 0 77 Mod p50%and e110%) a 0 2B Total Low-Mod 0 0 170 Non Low-Mod(sEa%) 0 0 54 Tani Bene&daries 0 0 224 171 J \ s .'� i."i i-dil—halo CO Third Program Year CAPER 67 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Appendix 6 CDBG Financial Summary Report (PR 26) Third Program Year CAPER 68 Version 2.0 76/92 City of Chino Hills IDIS U.S.DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT DATE:8127/20I1 OPFlCEOF COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT TIME 3:4t20 pm PR 28-COBS Financial Summery Report PAGE 112 Grantee CHINO HELLS,CA Program Yea; 2010 PART t SUMMARY OF COBS RESOURCES 01245 L? MEGXPENDED BG FUNDS AT END Off PREVIOUS PROGRAM ,47711 EAR 92 ENTTTIEAENT GRANT 4.,4.01200 03 SURPLUSURBAN RENEWAL 0.00 04 SECTION IOSGUARANTEED LOAN FUNDS 000 05 CURRENT YEAR PROGRAM INCOME 0.07 00 RETURNS 0.00 07 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTETOTALAVAILABLE 0.02 CO TOTAL AVAILABLE(SUM,LIVES 01-073 7,312489.81 PART B:SUMMARY OF COBS UPENDED/RES 09 DISBURSEMENTS OTHER THAN SECTION 10EREPAYMENTS • AND PIANNINWADM IMSTRATION 73.162.57 10 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE I VIALAMOUNTSUBJECTTO LOW/MOD BENEFIT 0.02 11 AMOUNT SUBJECT TO LOW/MOD BE VERT BINE 09+LINE 101 73,18257 12 DISBURSED 1N lOt5 FOR PLANNING/ADMINISTRATION 87,540.17 13 DISBURSED7N1DISFOR SECTION 106 REPAYMENTS 0,00 14 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUtE TOTAL EXPENDITURES 0.07 15 TOTAL EXPENDTT4RES(SUM,LINES 1144} 107.702,74 18 UNE<YPENDEEDBAWNCE(tti EOS-LOSE t5} 1.151,787.07 PART IE LONMOD BENEFNTTHIS REPORTING PERIOD 17 EXPENDED FOR LOW/MOO MOUSING IN SPECIAL AREAS 0.09 10 EXPENDED FOR LOW'MOD MULT3-UNITHOUSING EGO 19 DISBURSED FOR OTHER LOWRAODAOTMTIES 73,102.57 20 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE I VIAL LOWAS0D CREDIT 0.07 21 TOTAL LO WiMOD CREDIT(SUM,LINES 17.20) 73,102.57 22 PERCENTLOWATOD CREDIT(LINE 21/LINE II) 10003% LOWMOD BERBTCFOR MULTIYEARCERTW1CATIONS 23 PRCGRAMYEARS(PY)COVERED IN CERTIFICATION PT:2010PY: PY: 24 CUMULATIVE NET EXPENDITURES SUBJECT TO LOWIMOO 0m BENEFIT CALCULATION 25 CUIIWLATNE ESPENDTTURES BENEFITING LOW/MOD PERSONS 0.00 22 PERCENT BENEFIT TO L.OWIMODPERSONS{LINE2SUUNE24) 0.00% PART At PUBLIC SERVICE(PS}CAP CALCULATIONS 27 DISBURSED IN IDIS FOR PUBLIC SERVICES 43,124.00 ?t2 v ,i n magi-ifmouma J N CO Third Program Year CAPER 69 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills SUIS U.S.DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT DATE:312712011 OFACEOFCOMMUNFTYPLANNINO AND DEVELOPMENT TIME 34t20 pm PR 25-CRAG Financial Summary Report PAGE272 28 PS UNUOUIDATED OBLIGATIONS AT END OFCURRENT 0.03 PROGRAM YEAR 20PPPS-U aJCM IIDDATED OBLIGATIONS AT ENO OFPREVIOUS 0.07 AR 30 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL PS OBUGATTONS 0.00 31 TOTAL PSOBUGATIONS(UNE27+LNIE23-UNE28+LNE30) 48.124.30 32 ENTITLEMENT GRANT 437.012.00 33 PRIOR YEARPROGRAM INCOME 0.00 34 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE TOTAL SUBJECTIO PS CAP 0.03 35 TOTAL SUBJECT TO PS CAP{SIM,LINES 3241) 457.01200 38 PERCENT RINDS CBUGATED FOR PSACTIVRIES(UNE SIAINE 105.37 35) PARTY: PLANNING AM)ADMINISTRATION(PA)CAP 37 DISSURSEDIN OS FOR PLANNPIG(ADMINISTRATION 87.540.17 38 PAUNU UIDDATED OSLIGATIONS AT$10 OF CURRENT 001 PROGRAMYEAR 38 PAUNUOUIDATED OBLIGATIGNS AT END OF PREVIOUS 000 PROGRAMYEAR 40 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTE WI AL PA OBLIGATIONS 0.00 41 TOTAL PAOSLIGATIONS(LINE 37+UNE 33-LINE 38+LINE40) 37.540.17 42 ENTITLEMENT GRANT 457.012.00 43 CURRENT YEAR PROGRAM INCOME 0.07 44 ADJUSTMENT TO COMPUTETOTAL SUBJECT TO PA CAP 0.00 45 TOTAL SUBJECT TO PA CAP{SUM.UNE54244) 457.01207 48 PERCENT FUNDS OBLIGATED FOR PAACTNITE.S(LINE 41/UNE 19.1314 45) 22 CO.--1 1111111111111.1111•111•11111•111111101110 cn Third Program Year CAPER 70 Version 2.0 N City of Chino Hills — Appendix 7 CDBG Performance Measures Report (PR83) Third Program Year CAPER 71 Version 2.0 79/92 City of Chino Hills -- HMS-PR03 U.S.Department of Housing and thban Development DATE 06-27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME; 14:11 Integrated Disbursement and Information System PAGE: 1 CDBG Performance Measures Report Program Year 2010 CHINO MIL:SCA Public Facilities and Infrastructure Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Ace= Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Number of Persons Assisted • with new access to a facility 0 0 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,000 with improved access toe faCWy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 with access to a facility that Is no longer substandard __ __ - 0 0 0 0 0 0 00.,•„____._._0....._....____0_-. Totals: 0 0 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,000 Number of Households Assisted with new access to a facility 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 with improved access to a facility 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 with access to a facility that is no longer s4brandard 0 0_�, 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 Totals: 0 0 0 ---•a ----a __-a-------_o•---.o 0 _._---•-a• Public Services Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total __ _ __ _ __Acte- ^ Afford^` Access ss AffordSustain Act= »..Afford Sustain Number of Persons Assisted --__.6-0-0-0 with new(or continuing)atre..to a service 68 0 136 0 0 0 0 0 0 224 with improved(or continuing)access to a service 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 with new access to a service that is no longer substandard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T—�_—_--0-0.-06_--__--_.__ —_._-0___136.._._._____ otals: 88 0 136 0 0 0 0 0 0 224 OD 0 CO Third Program Year CAPER 72 Version 2.0 ro iOB•2�.+1 Dpi` aa:at tri"+E 2 PAGE _T,ri.e�tr i' eln900113351 ae10P_,°t '(oral nt v. 01,009 an ��SY ^^ 'J.S•DePayccorr D' aria'Solt:watt eca.p`"'covP°'a°'�Su _..-- GItiV of G�`na Hips DiItrit� Glebe peCtottn ;Me i++�,ca ^.:%"�...._ 0 0 Wort �t+{°utirlea( 2n9 5u'.l�.--- 0 0 Prime °tii --^'.-! p 0 0 p 6R5• 139'63 poets -'^- 0 0 O Drente 5tipble+N'/ne Ym/� 0 0 _.---0 P -- 0 0 _-------- - 0 cnaw ces CcOnter Ji cc'r 0 0 0 0._____,..----- ^^MY O 1�,.^ 0 1 Sdta 0 /� M �.PS�'��.'a' $ vlce 0 0 0_ ^�'^• 0 mlc pPP°rM' �y�^^^". ` ��•al Nc0--Vls t5: cress t° cnce 0 -�^ 0 ^ Cr Fco� 0 ��l~ J Number r ler(call ss IP a 5e 0 p - p 0 .,40 ne+ 0+9)a ,eandnr-6 Accs�i'. ved Car c°n+�a nu�n9ec sob' 0 'I-'^ 0 tH°usM9 wain ---- 0 0 1m4f0 w; tot. _ _ e pecen 5--- 0 0 vier, to P� PK°', 0 Sett ne."act . ^-- pc i--- 0 0 0 50 T0 �• - Clea A�ard``�I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Erpn°mrcpe _ 0 -� 0 0 p 0 0 d 0 0 p 0 -- a15:v '`'d';,560 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Teak" tef(5( 0 0 0 p 0 o Ofto na,a 0 0 0 qty 0 0 0 FXV sine ase'stee des�h°llaln9°reha4l\riaud m getace acca�ne'9 huriblmm DO 0 0 0 0 n� x� 0 06°F Wyness e a 9p0d o• 0 0 0 Nu ynesses P•,- 0 0 As W rteri d)rib,peatea 0 / 'total Nuri 0 coated tYPes of 'bMgers Vers 0n 2.0 73 eac CP?eR co Thera pr09ran co N City of Chino Hills IRIS-PR83 U.S.Department of Housing and Urban Development DATE: 08-27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME: 14:41 Integrated Disbursement and Infoimatlpn System PAGE: 3 [DOG Performance Measures Report Economic Development(continued) Program Year 2010 0-010 MILLS,I'A Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Mousing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access�__Afford __ Sustain Professional 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Technicians o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sales 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 9 0 Office and Clerical 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 Craft Workers(skilled) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Operatives(semFvVfled) o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Laborers(unskilled) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Service Workers o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of jobs created,number with employer won:sated health care benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number unemployed prior to taking Jobs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Number of lobs Retained 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Types of Jobe Retained Officials and Managers o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Professional o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Co N N. CDThird Program Year CAPER 74 N 9 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills LmIS•PR03 U.S.Department of Housing and Urban Devebpment DATE: 00.27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TR4E: 14:91 Integrated Disbursement and Information System PAGE: 4 [DEG Performance Measures Report Economic Development(continued) Program Year 2010 CHINO HEt15,CA Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access AtTord Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access –_–Affcad __ SustaN__ TechniUarts –__ _.._ ___�_____�_. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 �-0 __. Sales 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Office and Clerical o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Craft Workers(skilled) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Operatives(semi-skilled) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Laborers(unskilled) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Service Workers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of jobs retarned,number Lith enployer sponsored health care benefits 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Acres of Bravnfelds Remeiiatai 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO CO — coN. Third Program Year CAPER 75 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills mus-PR83 US.Department of Housing and Urban Development DATE: 08-27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME 14:44 Integrated Disbursement and Information System PAGE: 1 CDBG Performance Measures Report Program Year 2010 CHINO HILLS,CA Rehabilitation of Rectal Housing Create Suitable Living Rovide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Total LMH'ung ------— 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total SB',URG units 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Total,Number of Units Made 504 accessible 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brought from substandard to standard condition 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Created through conversion of non-residential to residential buildings 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Qualified as Energy Star 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brought to lead safety compliance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Affordable 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Affordable Units Number subsidized by another federal,style,local program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number occupied by elderly 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of years of affordability 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Average number of years of affordability per unit 0 0 ❑ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number designated for msons with HV/AIDS o 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 CO '" ran N.. Third Program Year CAPER 76 Version 2.0 N City of Chino Hills I_A Li i!iii IDIS-PRE13 US.Department of Housing and Urban Development DATE: 08-27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME: 14:44 Integrated Disbursement and InfarmatiOn System PAGE 2 CMG Performance Measures Report Program Year 2010 ono HILLS,CA RehabdRation of Rental Housing(continued) Ovate Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total ACCESS Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Of those,number for the chronically homeless 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of permanent housing units for homeless persons and families o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of those,number for the chronically homeless 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Construction cif Rental Housing Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Affutil Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Totallivil7;;;Tar--------------------------- 0 0 0-------------0-------------------------- 0 00 0 0 0 Total SEir,URG units 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Total,Number of 504 accessible units 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Units qualified as Energy Star 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Affordable units 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Affordable um Number occupied by elderly O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o a Years of affurdabil]ty 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Average number of years of affordability per unit 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO C.71 _ . . . , ,„, -N.. 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'— � ar4t 11115 11132:1 p _sentt CityO �d N° N and aunntl4manonS' ' So PtCes0ursei^erk an �Pecat incepmcA�x�nanra0 glusicix m Sb PNO�ml�c zoio aan@� .---- os-pP,03 odic ass --•- ° owr "pla -- ° ° 17/1(1e 0 !A --o 0 n°nU�1 � ° H°`wn9 l�OwCivtm ----S2 c— — p 0 CNca°°t genu" pstcd_____ , P ° ° ° ° cgban°dam p ° 0 Q ° p ° etlas�s0cOp ° C_ -- N� 0 ° snW �� 5 0 0 , 0 0 — ° — �t ° p _----- t° ated ® ° ° -- Number uberSign 0a ° �r� pcne pfNo�� he numrtas 8 o the1� o ° — ° a u5t°r 03G415 0 — --- --- 4 Per0antn - N06 ShN � ss p —_-' c tie am� o ------------------- '` VW'S1°n 2•° '---------------------- 8 CP CP "{ear PrOgC GFP*R Ther arn QC) N City of Chino Hills IDIS-PR83 U.S.Department of Housing and Uteri Development DATE: 0&27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME: 14:18 Integrated Disbursement and Information System PAGE: 1 COBS Performance Measures Report Program Year 2010 CHINO HII.LS,CA Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Total I.MH*unim 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 Total 55*,URG units 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Total,Number of Units Occupied by eld&y O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brought from substandard to standard condition O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 quatthed as Energy Star 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brought to feed safety compliance 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Made accessible 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Homebuyer Assistance Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create GrnNmic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Total Households Assisted O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Total: Number of first-time homebuyers O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of those,number receiving housing counseling Cr 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of households receiving downpayment/dosing costs assistance O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO m Third Program Year CAPER 79 Version 2.0 N City of Chino Hills —, . IDIS-PR83 U,S.Department of Housing and Urban Development DATE: 08-27-11 Office of Community Planning and Development TIME: 14:48 Integrated Disbursement and Infarialion System PAGE: 2 CDBG Performance Measuresi2eport Program Year 2010 CHINO HILLS,CA Development of Homeowner Housing Create Suitable living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Total LMH*units ------- —_ —�_ O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total SB*,URG units 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Total,Number of Affordable unds O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Years of affordability O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Average number of years of affoedabifity per unit O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Units qualified as Energy Star O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 504 accessible units 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Units occupied by households previously living in subsidized housing 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Affordable Units Number occupied by elderly 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number designated for persons with HIY/AIDS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of those,number for the chronically homeless O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of housing units for homeless persons and families 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of those,number for the chronically homeless O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OD m Third Program Year CAPER 80 Version 2.0 N) City of Chino Hills IDIS-PR83 US Department of Housing and Urban Development DATE: 08-27-1i Office of Community Planning and Development TIME: 14:48 Integrated Disburseunart and Information System PAGE: 3 CD8G Performance Measures Report Program Year 2010 CHINO HILLS,CA Housing Subsidies Create Suitable living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Total Number of Households O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Of Total: Number of households receiving short-term rental assistance(<=3 months) O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of householdsossified that were previously homeless O 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 9 Of those,number of chronically homeless households O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Shelter for Hamel=Persons Create Suitable Living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Number of beds created in overnight sheitrsfother emergency housing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Number of homeless persons given overnight shelter O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Homeless Prevention Create Suitable living Provide Decent Housing Create Economic Opportunities Total Access Afford Sustain Acres Afford Sustain Access Afford Sustain Number of Persons Assisted that received emergency financial assistance to prevent homelessness O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 that received emergency legal assistance to prevent homelessness O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 co COv IMPIIIIIIMII=EL111111,111r1111D1r;r, CO Third Program Year CAPER 81 Version 2.0 City of Chino Hills Appendix 8 CAPER Review Checklist Third Program Year CAPER 82 Version 2.0 90/92 City of Chino Hills Appendix 9 Public Hearing Advertisements/Proof of Publication Third Program Year CAPER 83 Version 2.0 91/92 City of Chino Hills PROOF OF PUBLICATION Tills space is for the County Clerk's Filing Stamp STATE OF CALIFORNIA adgifCounty of San Bernardino sikiaiIleD C � '' I am citizen of the Untied States and a resident of the ,a�aa`ur ra ouoqAtigiRT �g;, County aforesaid;I am over the age of eighteen years, t.,- At� P03-. =- and not a party to or interested In the above entitled mat- ,;is ii4(01ld '�tst 11i iiti, .i ter.Iamthe principal clerk atthe publisher oftheCHINO +ift.`r f ,I tr ,.:.a, CHAMPION, a n owspaper of general elrrxelation, print. a ; ,y ;� , ed and published weekly In the City of Ctrino, ,! 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