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The CDBG-DR* WV Restore Riverview Offsite Program (the Program) provides financial assistance to eligible organizations for the acquisition/construction and/or rehabilitation of at least eight affordable multifamily rental units for households in Kanawha County, WV. At least 51% of the Project’s units will be occupied by low to moderate income families.

The Program’s policies and procedures and various definitions are included in the CDBG-DR West Virginia Restore Riverview Offsite Program Guidelines included below.

For questions please contact Cathy Colby.

*Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) 

Restore Riverview CDBG-DR News

Restore Riverview CDBG DR Selected Properties (43.1 KB)
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RV Primary Documents & Guidelines

HOME Department 24 CFR Part 58 Environmental Compliance Guidebook (2/2019) (4.3 MB)
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Clendenin Floodway & Boundary Map (3.0 MB)
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CDBG DR WV Restore Riverview Offsite Program Guidelines (2/2021) (2.8 MB)
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CDBG DR Restore RV Offsite RFP (3/28/2021) (520.1 KB)
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CDBG DR Mulitfamily Rental Underwriting and Subsidy Layering Guidelines (12/2019) (244.8 KB)
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RV Forms

Minority Business Report MBE WBE (Exhibit D) (97.0 KB)
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HUD CPD Green Bldg Retrofit Checklist (Exhibit C) (130.7 KB)
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Disclosures to Seller with Voluntary Arm’s Length Purchase Offer (510.5 KB)
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Demographics Form (RV) (Exhibit H) (91.1 KB)
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CDBG DR Lease Addendum (Exhibit E) (218.7 KB)
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CDBG Section 3 Forms

Section 3 Instructions For Procedural Guide (169.9 KB)
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CDBG DR Section 3 Certification (128.0 KB)
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3.28e Existing Employee List (780.0 KB)
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3.28d Estimated Project Workforce Breakdown (1.5 MB)
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3.28c Proposed Contract Breakdown (888.9 KB)
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3.28b Section 3 Plan Of Action (765.1 KB)
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CDBG-DR Resources

WV State’s Language Access Plan (LAP) (2.3 MB)
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Relocation Assistance Policy (139.7 KB)
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Fed Reg Vol 82 No 150 (8/72017) (334.7 KB)
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Fed Reg Vol 82 No 11 (1/18/2017) (214.5 KB)
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Fed Reg Vol 81 No 224 (11/21/2016) (151.9 KB)
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2022 HOME And HTF Maximum Per Unit Subsidy Limits (Effective 3/17/2022) (116.6 KB)
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2021 WV HOME Rent Limits (Effective 6/1/2021) (261.6 KB)
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2021 WV HOME Program Income Limits (Effective 6/1/2021) (159.1 KB)
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Davis-Bacon Information & Forms

Additional Links & Information

The WVHDF, from time to time, issues Requests for Proposals in various programs in addition to serving as the administrator of various federal programs. 

Active RFPs are posted below as are the recipient and amount awarded from those RFPs.

Open RFPs

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Affordable Housing Fund 


2024 AHFP RFP Application Workbook (Revised 4/15/2024)Affordable Housing Fund Conference Call Recording (4/19/2024)

Program Funding Commitment Information 

View funding commitment information for each program, below. Visit the Programs and Program Guides page for more details about each program. 

National Housing Trust Fund Commitment Information

2023 National Housing Trust Fund Commitment Information (47.4 KB)
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2022 National Housing Trust Fund Commitment Information (49.9 KB)
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2021 National Housing Trust Fund Commitment Information (99.4 KB)
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2020 National Housing Trust Fund Commitment Information (54.1 KB)
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2019 National Housing Trust Fund Commitment Information (57.5 KB)
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Affordable Housing Fund Activity Information

FY2024 Affordable Housing Fund Activity as of April 2024 (108.6 KB)
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FY2023 Affordable Housing Fund Activity (142.0 KB)
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FY2022 Affordable Housing Fund Activity (100.3 KB)
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FY2021 Affordable Housing Fund Activity (96.3 KB)
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FY2020 Affordable Housing Fund Activity (97.4 KB)
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FY2019 Affordable Housing Fund Activity (88.8 KB)
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Home4Good Commitment Information

2023-2024 Home4Good Program Awards (163.1 KB)
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2022-2023 Home4Good Program Awards (41.4 KB)
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2021-2022 Home4Good Program Awards (82.5 KB)
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2020 Home4Good Awards (11.6 KB)
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2019 Home4Good Awards (78.8 KB)
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2018 Home4Good Awards (71.2 KB)
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LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients

2022 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (153.3 KB)
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2021 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (153.3 KB)
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2020 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (151.9 KB)
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2019 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (145.8 KB)
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2018 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (142.4 KB)
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2017 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (71.5 KB)
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2016 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (72.6 KB)
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2015 LIHTCP Credit Allocation Recipients (66.6 KB)
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The Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Multifamily (MF) Rental Housing Program was developed to assist the WV Development Office in administering the multifamily rental portion of the disaster recovery funds they received from HUD following the June 2016 floods and storms.

Approximately $5,000,000 is available to create and/or preserve affordable multifamily rental units/housing for vulnerable households impacted by the 2016 floods and storms. The Program provides financing for the construction and/or rehabilitation of affordable multifamily rental housing in which at least 51% of the project’s units will be occupied by low- to moderate-income persons. The Program is intended to be awarded primarily as “gap financing”, which is the difference between allowable project costs and capital available from mortgage debt, private equity (LIHTCP), and other public or private financing, including grants.

The CDBG-DR WV MF Rental Housing Program Guidelines (below) sets forth the requirements for the subaward of CDBG-DR funds for multifamily residential rental projects. These guidelines pertain only to the WV MF Rental Housing Program stated herein. The requirements for other funding sources (including LIHTC) may differ. It is recommended that project underwriting adhere to the most restrictive requirements of all funding sources to ensure the requirements of all programs are met.

For questions, please contact Cathy Colby.

MF CDBG-DR News

Multifamily – Selected Properties (241.8 KB)
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Primary Documents & Guidelines

HOME Department 24 CFR Part 58 Environmental Compliance Guidebook (2/2019) (4.3 MB)
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CDBG DR WV Multifamily Rental Guidelines (12/2019) (3.1 MB)
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CDBG DR Mulitfamily Rental Underwriting and Subsidy Layering Guidelines (12/2019) (244.8 KB)
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2020 RFP CDBG DR Multifamily Rental (1/24/2020) (188.8 KB)
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CDBG-DR Forms

Minority Business Report MBE WBE (Exhibit D) (97.0 KB)
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HUD CPD Green Bldg Retrofit Checklist (Exhibit C) (130.7 KB)
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Disclosures to Seller with Voluntary Arm’s Length Purchase Offer (510.5 KB)
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Demographics Form (Exhibit H) (91.3 KB)
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CDBG DR Lease Addendum (Exhibit E) (154.8 KB)
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Authorization to Release Information (134.6 KB)
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CDBG Section 3 Forms

Section 3 Instructions For Procedural Guide (169.9 KB)
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CDBG DR Section 3 Certification (128.0 KB)
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3.28e Existing Employee List (780.0 KB)
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3.28d Estimated Project Workforce Breakdown (1.5 MB)
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3.28c Proposed Contract Breakdown (888.9 KB)
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3.28b Section 3 Plan Of Action (765.1 KB)
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CDBG-DR Resources

WV State’s Language Access Plan (LAP) (2.3 MB)
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Relocation Assistance Policy (139.7 KB)
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Fed Reg Vol 82 No 150 (8/72017) (334.7 KB)
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Fed Reg Vol 82 No 11 (1/18/2017) (214.5 KB)
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Fed Reg Vol 81 No 224 (11/21/2016) (151.9 KB)
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2022 HOME And HTF Maximum Per Unit Subsidy Limits (Effective 3/17/2022) (116.6 KB)
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2021 WV HOME Rent Limits (Effective 6/1/2021) (261.6 KB)
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2021 WV HOME Program Income Limits (Effective 6/1/2021) (159.1 KB)
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Davis-Bacon Information & Forms

Additional Links & Information

The Project-Based Section 8 (PBCA) Program provides rental assistance for extremely low- to moderate-income residents living in certain apartment complexes throughout West Virginia. The subsidy is tied to specific complexes and paid directly to the owner on behalf of the resident. The rental subsidy does not follow the resident from property to property.

WVHDF works to ensure property owners, management agencies, and residents adhere to the requirements of the program. If you are a resident and have concern about your apartment or assistance, you must first contact the property manager or on-site personnel. If you need further assistance, you can contact WVHDF at 888-334-6065, 304-391-8630 or Section 8 Contract Administration.

NOTE: For a full list of affordable rental properties available in West Virginia, click here.

Tenant Concerns

Tenant Concerns Informational Sheet (59.7 KB)
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Section 8 State & County Information

Section 8 Properties Sorted By County (140.9 KB)
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Section 8 Properties Listed Alphabetically (143.5 KB)
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Public Housing Authority Contact Information Listed by County (PDF) (106.2 KB)
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Public Housing Authority Contact Information Listed by County (Excel) (15.2 KB)
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VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)

The Violence Against Women’s Reauthorization Act, Final Rule, published in the Federal Register on November 16, 2016, implements and enhances the housing protections authorized in the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA).  The enhancements include providing protections for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.  VAWA protections are not only available to women, but are available equally to all individuals regardless of sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation.  HUD’s implementation regulations are effective December 16, 2016.

Notice H 2017-05 – Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization Act of 2013 provides guidance to owners/agents of HUD multifamily assisted housing on the requirements of VAWA.  However, this notice does not encompass every aspect of the VAWA Final Rule and should be used in conjunction with the VAWA Final Rule.

HUD has required certain forms and notifications for applicants and tenants to comply with the VAWA final rule and has posted these and additional resources on its VAWA Web Page.  The forms are model forms and HUD advises owners/agents to customize them for their property, as long as they contain the same information and language.  The forms can be found at HUDClips and are included below.

In addition, requiring properties to have an Emergency Transfer Plan (ETP) is a new requirement under the VAWA Final Rule.  To help owners/agents in the development of their ETP, HUD has provided a model plan, form HUD-5381 (see documents below).  The form can be found at HUDClips and is included below.

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VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)

HUD 91067 – Section 8 VAWA Lease Addendum (47.0 KB)
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HUD 5383 – Emergency Transfer Request (52.9 KB)
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HUD 5382 – Certification of Domestic Violence (56.1 KB)
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HUD 5381 – Model Emergency Transfer Plan (54.1 KB)
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HUD 5380 – Notice of Occupancy Rights under VAWA (57.7 KB)
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Chart of VAWA Requirements (7.1.18) (808.5 KB)
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Fair Housing 

The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination when they are renting, buying, or securing financing for any housing.  Basically, the act protects everyone’s basic right to choose where to live and ensures equal treatment after obtaining housing.  The prohibitions specifically cover discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and the presence of children.

In addition, there continues to be questions regarding assistance animals. HUD has a designated website to help, which includes the following:

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