HUD Reporting

The City of Greenville’s Community Development Division is pleased to share a summary the accomplishments achieved during the latest fiscal year using funding provided by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This funding comes from three HUD programs: Community Development Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) funding. The successes included in these annual reports are the result of many beneficial partnerships with our housing partners and other community organizations. 

Public Comment Period: Amendment to the annual action plan 2019 - 2020

The City’s Community Development division has amended its 2019 – 2020 Annual Action Plan to include additional funding received through the CARES Act. The City of Greenville had previously received through this funding $463,903 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and $88,145 in Housing Opportunities for Person with AIDS (HOPWA) funding to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus. In September, the City was notified of additional CDBG funds through the CARES Act in the amount of $603,405. 

CDBG funds can be used to assist low and moderate income persons, to prevent or eliminate slum or blight, and to meet an urgent need.  HOPWA funding is used to assist individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families with short term rent, mortgage and utility assistance, supportive services and Tenant-Based Rental Assistance.  

A draft of the amended Annual Action Plan is available for public comment and review until the end of the day on Friday, November 20, 2020. Written comments can be sent to: Community Development, P.O. Box 2207, Greenville, SC 29602, Attn: Rebecca Edwards, Community Development Financial Coordinator or e-mailed to

For further information, please call Rebecca Edwards at 864-467-4570.


The CAPER serves as a performance evaluation of the goals and objectives accomplished during the previous fiscal year as outlined in the Annual Action Plan.

2015 - 2020 Consolidated plan 

The Consolidated Plan provides a summary of the goals and objectives to be accomplished during the upcoming five years. It provides a longer-term list of goals and objectives, and guides the Annual Action Planning process. 

Annual Action plan

The Annual Action Plan provides a summary of the goals and objectives to be accomplished during the upcoming fiscal year, which runs from July to June every years. The Annual Action Plan also provides information on the activities to be funded through HUD’s program listed above. 

Analysis of Impediments to fair housing 

As an entitlement community, the City of Greenville must “further fair housing” by conducting an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (A.I.) to be updated every 5 years. The analysis was conducted through data research, agency and resident engagement.