5-Year Consolidated Plan
In order to receive grant funds to redistribute throughout Lake County, the Community Development Division must develop a Housing and Community Development Consolidated Plan. The Consolidated Plan provides a vision for housing and community development in Lake County. It serves as Lake County’s application to receive CDBG, ESG, and HOME funding. It is a plan that describes community needs, resources, and priorities; sets goals; and establishes strategies to meet those goals.
LAKE COUNTY FIVE-YEAR CONSOLIDATED HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2015-2019)
The Lake County Housing and Community Development Commission has held two Public Hearings (See Full Notice) on community development and housing needs of low-income residents of Lake County, IL. Members of the public throughout Lake County were welcome to attend in order to provide input in a citizen participation process – currently underway – resulting in the development of the Lake County Consortium’s next five-year Consolidated Housing and Community Development Plan for the program years 2015 to 2019.
3:30 p.m., Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Central Permit Facility
500 W. Winchester Road, Libertyville, IL
2nd floor Conference Room
Consultant Presentation Available Here
3:30 p.m., Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Lake County Administrative Building
18 North County Street, Waukegan, IL
10th floor Assembly Room
12/10/14 Consultant Presentation Available Here
2010-2014 Consolidated Plan - REVISED FINAL
Per the Lake County Citizen Participation Plan, some changes to the Consolidated Plan require formal amendments. The following are amendments.
There is a current proposed amendment as related to Goal 1.5 Tenant Based Rental Assistance, please visit the Annual Action Plan page under the Plans tab of the Community Development section of this website to view the amendment. Questions, please call the Lake County Community Development Division at 847.377.2475
Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) - Goal 1.5
2005-2009 Consolidated Plan
Bound copies of the plans are available at the Community Development Division office.
Certifications of Consistency
Organizations that are completing applications for funds from HUD or other funders may need to complete a Certification of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan. This form must be signed by the County Board Chairman affirming that the proposed project is consistent with the Consolidated Plan. Organizations must complete an application to receive that form.
Certification of Consistency with the Consolidated Plan – Lake County Application
Lake County strongly encourages its residents to get involved in the decision making process for the use of grant funds. This input assists the Community Development Commission to make appropriate and valuable decisions. The process for providing this input is located in the Lake County Citizen Participation Plan. Bound copies of the plan are available at the Community Development Division office.
Citizen Participation Plan
Please visit the Citizen Participation & Input page for more information.