The Suffolk County Community Development Office, a unit within the Department of Economic Development and Planning, is specifically charged with developing projects designed to benefit persons of low and moderate incomes. Community Development is also charged with preventing or eliminating areas of slum or blight within our communities and assisting areas with urgent needs.
The Suffolk County Community Development Office administers these projects through the Suffolk County Community Development Consortium which includes 17 separate municipalities. Member communities include:
Town of Brookhaven
Town of East Hampton
Town of Riverhead
Town of Shelter Island
Town of Smithtown
Town of Southampton
Town of Southold
Village of Bellport
Village of Lake Grove
- Village of Patchogue
- Village of Port Jefferson
- Village of Sag Harbor
- Village of Shoreham
- Village of Southampton
- Village of The Branch
- Village of Westhampton Beach
- Village of Westhampton Dunes
The Town of Huntington participates with the County in the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) only.
The activites of the Suffolk County Community Development Office are funded by the Federal Government through various programs administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) .
HUD funding for the 2015 Program Year is as follows:
- Community Development Block Grant $2,943,934
- HOME Investment Partnerships Program $1,091,903
- Emergency Solutions Grant $262,969
Community Development Resources:
Suffolk County receives federal entitlement funds under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program and the Emergency Shelter Grant Program (ESG). In connection with the receipt of those funds, Suffolk County is required to submit a 5 Year Consolidated Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. A key component of the 5 Year Consolidated Plan is public comment and input.
The Consolidated Plan for Suffolk County, New York, represents a new 5 year plan covering the program years from 2015 to 2019, consolidating the CDBG, HOME and ESG entitlement funding into one submission. It has been prepared in accordance with 24CFR Part 91.
As a requirement of receiving Federal funds, Suffolk County has recently completed the final draft of its Analysis to Impediment to Fair Housing Choice (AI). The goal of this analysis is to identify a process to affirmatively further fair housing through an examination of the fair housing delivery system, housing transactions and housing patterns. The Suffolk County Community Development Office is soliciting public comment from November 1 through November 30, 2015.
All comments must be in writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Suffolk County Consortium - CAPER - Program Year 2014
Consolidated Plan 2015-2019
Suffolk County 2015 “Uncapped” HUD Income Limits
Suffolk County Consortium CDBG Project Description Forms
Budget Modification Form
CDBG Public Service Demographic Reporting Form
CDBG Housing Rehab Demographic Survey Form
Contract Provisions for sub-recipient agreements